The Catholic church “Mariä Himmelfahrt” in Süssen sketched by Albert Otto Linder is an attractive example of the expressive architecture style of the twenties of the 20th century. Our organ completes the church interior in reserved and still noble manner. It was inaugurated on the 27th of November, 2011. The organ expert Thomas KMD Gindele based the tonal concept on the German romanticism. In particular the instruments of Wilhelm Sauer whose scaling could be integrated were used as models. No tonal style copy was aimed, but an organ contemporary applicable many-sided and creatively which lets feel, nevertheless, her models clearly.
Under the elliptical loft curve a symmetrical case flanks now the concentric window, on the left the Great, on the right the Swell, both are arranged in drop fall. The Pedal is also parted in two and is located behind the other divisions. The freestanding console faces the church space.

Bourdon   16'
Principal   8'
Flauto traverso   8'
Bourdon   8'
Gambe   8'
Octave   4'
Rohrflöte   4'
Quinte   2 2/3'
Octave   2'
Terz   1 3/5'
Mixtur   1 1/3'
Trompete   8'
Hohlflöte   8'
Gedeckt   8'
Salicional   8'
Schwebung   8'
Fugara   4'
Traversflöte   4'
Principal   2'
Mixtur   2'
Oboe   8'
Trompette harm.   8'
Violon   16'
Subbass   16'
Octavbass   8'
Cello 1 8'
Flötbass 2 8'
Octave 3 4'
Posaune   16'

1 Ausz. aus Violon 16‘

2 Ausz. aus Subbaß 16‘

3 Ausz. aus Octavbass 8‘

Koppeln: mechanisch: II/I, I/P, II/P,
elektrisch: II/I 16’, II/I 4’, II/II 16’, II/II 4, II/P 4’
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