The organ in Bad Oldesloe for now is the last of various instruments which our company has built in the north of Germany. Hamburg-Volksdorf, Hamburg-Nienstedten, Keitum (Sylt), Flensburg and Büchen are instruments which have all been built before Pentecost 2007. The typical characteristics of Mühleisen sounds (sonorous principals, lively flutes, characteristic strings and reeds, colourful mixtures and aliquots as well as mild high pitch sounds) recommended this instrument to the congregation in Bad Oldesloe. The advisor and expert of the Lutheran church in Germany’s North underlines in his certificate the high standards in craftsmanship, the outstanding quality of the materials, the individual details and the new creative facade design.


HAUPTWERK I C-a'''
Praestant   16'
Principal   8'
Gedackt   8'
Flöte harmonique   8'
Gamba   8'
Octave   4'
Spitzflöte   4'
Quinte   2 2/3'
Octave   2'
Terz   1 3/5'
Mixtur 4 f.   2'
Trompete   8'
SOLOWERK III C-a'''
Rohrflöte   8'
Principal   4'
Traverse   2'
Cornettino 4 f  
Zymbel 2-3 f.   1'
Hautbois   8'
Voix humaine   8'
Tremulant  
SCHWELLWERK II C-a'''
Geigenprincipal   8'
Bourdon   8'
Aeoline   8'
Salicional   8'
Voix céleste   8'
Fugara   4'
Flûte octaviante   4'
Nasard   2 2/3'
Doublette   2'
Tierce   1 3/5'
Fourniture 5 f.   2 2/3'
Basson   16'
Trompette harm.   8'
Clairon   4'
Tremulant  
PEDAL C-f '
Principal   16'
Subbass   16'
Quintbass   10 2/3'
Octavbass   8'
Gedecktbass   8'
Octave   4'
Posaune   16'
Trompete   8'

KOPPELN:
II/I, III/I, III/II, II/ 16'II, II/Ped 4', I/Ped, II/Ped, III/Ped

attachted console
mechanical slider chest
dual stop action
pre-set combination system
cymbelstern /crescendo roller