Zacharias Hildebrandt in Störmthal

Zacharias Hildebrandt: Störmthal b. Leipzig, Dorfkirche

Manual (C, D – c’’’)Principal 8’ (1934)
Gedackt 8’
Quintadena 8’
Octava 4’
Rohrflöte 4’
Nasat 2 2/3’
Octava 2’
Tertia 1 3/5’
Quinta 1 1/3’
Sifflöt 1’
Cornet III
Mixtur III

Pedal (C, D – c’)
Subbaß 16’
(Posaune 16’)*
Principal 8’ (1840)Windkoppel / (Tremulant)*

For a description of city and church (in German): here
More about the Hildebrandt organ (English): here
Below a very instructive introduction on the organ by mrs.  K. Marshall

 And look what survived the ages: the original libretto:

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It’s entirely clear that this organ was built thanks to one man: the very honorable Lord Statz Hilmor von Fullen, Knight of the Holy Roman Empire.

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