Schlag & Sons-Organ in the Church in Kieritzsch

Short facts

The rich-sounding specification conforms to the sound ideal of this era.

Gottlieb Schlag (1803 - 1889) studied under Gottlieb Schönburg in Schafstädt. From 1834 to 1869, he was the owner of the company Christian Gottlieb & Johann Karl Schlag in Schweidnitz. The company Schlag & Sons worked under this title from 1869 to 1923. Built according to the mechanical organ construction tradition, the 1907/08 organ was built for the church in Kieritzsch with cone valve chest and pneumatic key. II/12. The rich-sounding specification conforms to the sound ideal of this era. In 2010/11, a general overhaul was undertaken by the Bochmann company in Kohren-Sahlis.

Texts: Klaus Gernhardt

Specification stop list

1 Console (C - f'")

1 Bordun 16'
2 Principal 8'
3 Gamba 8'
4 Hohlflöte 8'
5 Oktave 4'
6 Mixtur 3 fach

2. Console (C - '")

7 Gedackt 8'
8 Salocional 8'
9 Aeoline 8'
10 Flauto 4'

Pedal (C - d')

11 Sub bass 16'
12 Principal bass 8'

playing aids:
Manual coupler, pedal to manual I coupler, Pedal to manual II coupler, super octave coupler, sub octave coupler, set combinations

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Schlag & Sons-Organ in the Church in Kieritzsch
Dorfstraße
04575 Neukieritzsch
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0)34342 51360
Website: www.kircheln.de

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