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- 250 cm
- 220 cm
- 180 cm
Salicional 8' (C-H gemeinsam mit Spillflöte 8')
Terz 1 3/5'
Quinte 1 1/3'
II-I, II-Ped, I-Ped
Paul Ott built this organ during second world war. This period of Ott's organbuilding was seminal for organ building with historical tecnique in 20th century. The instrument is similar to other famous instruments like the hose organ of Hugo Distler. Due to shortage of material during the war all metal pipes are made of zinc, online the front pipes were renewed in the 80s and are made of tin. At its current position the blower is installed in the basement to reduce its noise.
The pipes and the mechanical parts need a revision and have to be cleaned.
Current place of location: Germany - near Mannheim