In 2019 the choir organ in St. Reinoldi will be built. It is to be seen as the first step for the complete new concept of organ arrangement in that church. Special thanks to Prof. Hirche from Hamburg, who designed the facade and also created the visualisation of the room and facade that can be seen above. It shall present itself as a flat volume on top of the southern entrance door. The organ will consist of eleven ranks, all inside a swellbox except the complete facade stop. The system of single tone control will make a large variety of sounds possible.

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Manual I C-c''''
Bourdon 3 16'
Praestant 2 8'
Gedeckt 3 8'
Octave 2 4'
Gedecktflöte 3 4'
Superoctave 9 2'
Mixtur 4-f. 89 2'
Fagott 11 16'
Horn 11 8'
Manual II C-c''''
Hohlflöte 5 8'
Fernflöte 6 8'
Violine 4 8'
Schwebung 7 8'
Flöte 5 4'
Gambetta 4 4'
Quinte 8 2 2/3'
Flautino 5 2'
Terz 10 1 3/5'
Horn 11 8'
Pedal C-g'
Violon 1 16'
Bourdon 3 16'
Octavbass 2 8'
Gedecktbass 3 8'
Cello 4 8'
Choralbass 2 4'
Pedalmixtur 2-f. 89
Fagott 11 16'
Horn 11 8'
Clarine 11 4'

1 Die Ziffern hinter den Registernamen bezeichnen die Zugehörigkeit zu den vorhandenen elf Pfeifenreihen.

Koppeln: I/II, I/P, II/P, II 16', II 4'
Tremulant auf das ganze Werk wirkend