Ladach Instruments Pipeorgans and Pianos
  • data
    Year of construction
    1705
    number of manuals
    1
    manuals
    C-c'''
    system
    mechanical
    stop action mechanism
    mechanical
    Register
    5
    height
    223 cm
    width
    120 cm
    depth
    61 cm
  • disposition

    8'
    4'
    2'
    1'

  • remarks

    This elegant and attractive organ is dated 1705 on the upper board. The painted and marbled case is enhanced by original carvings which have been re-gilded.
    The registration of 8', 4', 2', 1' is typical for a South German instrument; the metal pipes are original and in good condition; the wooden pipes are also in good condition but some have been replaced. The compass is 5 octaves, with a short octave in the bass.

    The profile and proportions are excellent.
    Dimensions of the organ are:
    height: 196 cm, + 27 cm for the gilded 'crown';
    width: 120 cm;
    depth: 61 cm.

    The current owner purchased the organ from an antique dealer in Amsterdam, who bought the instrument in Graz, Austria. Before acquiring the instrument it was examined by Dr. Michael Latcham, curator of the musical instrument collection in the Hague, who verified its authenticity. It was restored by the respected organ building firm of Reil (under the direction of Albert Reil) in Heerde. It is believed that the organ was built for a chapel in Bad Radkersburg in Austria. The instrument is near Edinburgh (Scotland).

€39.000 without VAT; shipping not included;

Impressum/Imprint

Andreas Ladach
Instrumente Ladach
Arrenberger Str. 10
42117 Wuppertal, Germany

Tel.: +49 (2 02) 43 51 74
Fax: +49 (2 02) 43 55 70
E-Mail: http://www.gebrauchtorgel.eu/de/kontakt

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