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Jehmlich Organ in St. Marien Cathedral in Wurzen

Queen of the instruments in Wurzen

Jehmlich Organ in St. Marien Cathedral in Wurzen
© D. Wadewitz

The oldest predecessor instrument in St. Marien can be traced back to 1503. More instruments of different sizes were seized by 1931/32, and in conjunction with the historicising redevelopment of the interior by the Brother Jemlich Company of Dresden, a new organ was built with electro-pneumatic action and movable console. The exposed pipe front conforms to the design concept of the new interior design. 1998 - 2001/07 a general maintenance of the church was undertaken by the company of Christian Reinhold of Bernsdorf. In this time, the specification was partly changed, i.e extended. The Jehmlich organ has 48 stops on three consoles at present, as well as 7 transmissions/excerpts.

Text: Klaus Gernhardt

Specification stop list

1.Console (C - a'")

1 Subset (transmission) 32'
2 Bordun (excerpt) 16'
3 Principal 8'
4 Gemshorn 8'
5 Hollow flute 8'
6 Octave 4'
7 Reed pipe 4'
8 Quinte 2 2/3'
9 Octave 2'
10 Terz 1 3/5'
11 Quinte 1 1/3'
12 Solo cornett in extra swell box
3-6-fold 13 mixture
14 Trumpet 8'

2. Console (C - a"')

1 Großgedackt (excerpt) 16'
16 Main horn 8'
17 Gedackt 8'
18 Solo flute 8'
19 Prästant 4'
20 Block flute 4'
21 2-fold Sesquialtera
22 Flat flute 2'
23 Octave 2'
24 3-4-fold Scharff
25 3-fold cymbal
26 Rackett 16'
27 Crumhorn 8'
28 Glockenspiel g' - g"

3. Console

29 Gedackt 16'
30 Main violin 8'
31 Reed pipe 8'
32 Vox Coelestis 8'+8'
33 Quintade 8'
34 Coupler flute 4'
35 Gemsquinte 2 2/3'
36 Piccolo 2'
37 Sif flute 1'
38 3-5 fold Cornett
39 Oboe 8'
40 Clarine
Glockenspiel g' - g"

Pedal (C - f')

41 Subset 32'
42 Principal 16'
43 Sub-bass (excerpt) 16'
44 Gedackt bass (excerpt) 16'
45 Quint bass 10 2/3'
46 Open bass 8'
47 Main violin 8'
48 Flute bass (transmission) 8'
49 Gedackt bass (excerpt) 8'
50 3-fold zinc
50 Choral bass 4'
50 Flute bass 4'
50 Night horn 2'

Pedal (C - f')

50 4-fold mixture bass
50 Trombone 16'
50 Trumpet 8'
50 Clarine 4'

Player aids:

Manual couplers, Pedal couplers, 4 free warm-ups, hand register from, cylinders from, tabs from, individual reed stop motion device, Tutti

Informations

location St. Marien Cathedral in Wurzen
Domplatz 9
04808 Wurzen
phone 03425 90500
mobile 03425 853887
contact person

Evangelical Lutheran Parish Office Wurzen
Cathedral Cantor Johannes Dickert
Domplatz 9
04808 Wurzen

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