Jehmlich Organ in the St. Aegidien Church in Oschatz

Short facts

In 1851, C.G. Jehmlich & Sons built the organ in the St. Aegidien Church in Oschatz.

Carl Gottlieb Jehmlich (1786 - 1867) & Sons, Zwickau, built the mechanical tracker action organ based on six earlier instruments in 1851 with slider chests. II /44 Organs have been traceable in St. Aegidien since 1495. In 1933, the tonal and technical modification and expansion of a third keyboard took place. III/56. A new console, with a manual range of C - a''', a pedal range of C - f' and electro-pneumatic action, demonstrate the state of technology of the era. Once renovation works on the church began in 2002, the organ was sealed and from 2003-2005, was restored based on its original construction concept from 1933 by the organ workshop of Christian Scheffler of Sieversdorf.

Texts: Klaus Gernhardt

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Specification stoplist

Main Organ (C -a'")

1 Principal 16'
2 Principal 8'
3 Gambe 8'
4 Rohrflöte 8'
5 Gemshorn 8'
6 Oktave 4'
7 Spitzflöte 4'
8 Quinte 2 2/3'
9 Oktave 2'
10 Cornett 4-5 fach
11 Mixtur 5 fach
12 Trompete 8'
13 Fagott 16'

Oberwerk (C - a'")

14 Quintatön 16'
15 Principal 8'
16 Nachthorn 8'
17 Praestant 4'
18 Blockflöte 4'
19 Spitzquinte 2 2/3'
20 Piccolo 2'
21 Terz 1 3/5'
22 Superoktave 1'
23 Cymbel 3-4 fach
24 Krummhorn 8'

Schwellwerk (C - a'")

25 Bordun 16'
26 Principal 8'
27 Salicional 8'
28 Quintatön 8'
29 Gedackt 8'
30 Aeoline 8'
31 Vox coelstis 8'
32 Oktave 4'
33 Rohrflöte 4'
34 Nasat 2 2/3'
35 Waldflöte 2'
36 Quinte 1 1/3'
37 Terzflöte 1 3/5'
38 Septime 1 1/7'
39 None 8/9'
40 Mixtur 4 fach

Pedal (C - f')

41 Principal 32'
42 Principal 16'
43 Violon 16'
44 Subbaß 16'
45 Echobaß 16'
46 Oktave 8'
47 Cello 8'
48 Baßflöte 8'
49 Oktave 4'
50 Flauto dolce 4'
50 Flautino 2'
50 Mixtur 4 fach
50 Posaune 32'
50 Posaune 16'
50 Trompete 8'
50 Clarino 4'

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Jehmlich Organ in the St. Aegidien Church in Oschatz
Kirchplatz 2
04758 Oschatz
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0)3435 920462
Website: www.kirche-oschatz.de/startseite.html

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