Ladegast organ in the Town Church in Naunhof

Short facts

As early as from 1610, an organ can be traced back to Naunhof. Destroyed by a church fire in 1716, the church received a new organ in 1723.

Friedrich Ladegast (1818 - 1905) learnt organ building with his brother Christlieb (1813 - 1896). After returning from his years of travel, he founded his own company in 1846 with the help of his brother in Weißenfels. In 1880, he signed the contract for a new organ in Naunhof. In 1882, the organ consecration took place.
As early as from 1610, an organ can be traced back to Naunhof. Destroyed by a church fire in 1716, the church received a new organ in 1723. The organ, built by Ladegast, featuring mechanical action and slider chests, II / 22, had its sound modified in 1950. In 2011, the re-consecration took place, after a fundamental reconstruction and restoration by the organ
construction workshop, Wegscheider.
Text: Klaus Gerhardt

Specification stop list

Hauptwerk C-F'''

1 Bordun 16´
2 Principal 8´
3 Viola di Gamba 8´
4 Double flute 8´
5 Amabile flauto 8´
6 Principal 4´
7Gemshorn 4´
8 Doublette 3´and 2´
9 3-fold cornett
10 3-fold mixture 2´

Oberwerk C-f´´´

11 Lieblich Gedackt 16´
12 Principal violin 8´
13 Salicional 8´
14 Transverse Flauto 8´
15 Gedackt 8´
16 Minor Flauto 4´
17 Gedackt 4´

Pedal C-d´

18 Sub-bass 16´
19 Cello bass 16´
20 Octave bass 8´
21 Bass flute 8´
22 Trombone bass (resounding) 16´
Manual coupler
Pedal coupler

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Ladegast organ in the Town Church in Naunhof
Wurzener Straße 1
04683 Naunhof
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0)34293 29493
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Website: www.stadtkirche-naunhof.de

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