The new organ of the Januariuskirche in Erdmannhausen consits of sound resources generous in proportion to the space size which strive in its character according to models of the “baroque organ”. The arrangement with 17 stops, distributes to Great, Brustwerk and Pedal, allows adequate registrations for all requirements, starting from different Plena about gradated accompanying possibilities and solo possibilities up to the trio ability. Of the support of baroque models the whole technical arrangement is built purely mechanically, the exact tracker action shows one-armed key levers. Optically the case sketched by Burkhard Goethe from oiled cherry puts a warm accent in the renovated church space, as particularly successfully we look at the inner surfaces calm in distinguished blue of the slender rising instrument.


HAUPTWERK I C-g‘‘‘
Principal   8'
Rohrflöte   8'
Bifara   8'
Octave   4'
Spitzflöte   4'
Octave   2'
Mixtur 4 -fach   1 1/3'
Trompete   8'
BRUSTWERK II C-g‘‘‘
Gedackt   8'
Holzflöte   4'
Nasard   2 2/3'
Waldflöte   2'
Terz   1 3/5'
Vox humana   8'
Tremulant  
PEDAL C-f
Subbass   16'
Violonbass   8'
Choralbass   4'

Koppeln:
II/I, I/P, II/P, I/P 4‘