The historic and very precious organ case in Bamberg makes great demands on organ builders. Our main goal was to create a unison of room, facade and sound. We very carefully restored the rich baroque case with its many ornaments. It was originally built by Adam Philipp Schleich in 1710 in the „Main-Fanken-Style“. Luckily, the original disposition has survived and its baroque musical character can be found in the Great, „Oberwerk“ and the Pedal division. The development and the demands of later epochs result in the new Swell and some additions in the other divisions. A natural and complete instrument was created which is not to be seen as a copy or a reconstruction of the old baroque organ.


Hauptwerk I C - a’’’
Praestant   16'
Principal   8'
Quintathöne   8'
Copula   8'
Gamba   8'
Octav   4'
Spitzflöte   4'
Quinta   3'
Octav   2'
Mixtur 5f.   2'
Cymbel 3f.   1'
Cornett 5f.   8'
Trompete   16'
Trompete   8'
Oberwerk II C - a’’’
Suavial 1 8'
Portunalflöte   8'
Gedact   8'
Salicional   8'
Octav   4'
Holzflaute   4'
Nasat   3'
Terz   1 3/5'
Principal   2'
Quint   1 1/3'
Mixtur 4 f.   1'
Dulzian   16'
Trompete   8'
Krummhorn   8'
Tremulant  
Schwellwerk III C-a’’’
Salicional   16'
Geigenprincipal   8'
Hohlflöte   8'
Flûte harmonique   8'
Gamba   8'
Aeoline   8'
Schwebung   8'
Fugara   4'
Traversflöte   4'
Waldflöte   2'
Prog. harm. 2-4 f.   2 2/3'
Fagott   16'
Trompete   8'
Oboe   8'
Tremulant  
Pedal C - f’
Untersatz   32'
Principalbass   16'
Subbass   16'
Quintbass   10 2/3'
Großcornett 2 f. 2 6 2/5'
Octavbass   8'
Flötbass   8'
Basset   4'
Mixturbass 4 f.   3'
Bombarde   16'
Bossaunbass   8'
Trompete   4'

1 C-H aus Portunalfl..

2 6 2/5´ + 4 4/7´

alle Koppeln sind mechanisch: II/I, III/I, III/II, I/P, II/P, III/P, Sub III/III 16’, Super III/P 4’
mechanische Spieltraktur, duale Registertraktur, elektronischer Setzer
Crescendowalze, Zimbelstern
Gleichstufig temperierte Stimmung, 440Hz bei 18°