Ladach Instruments Pipeorgans and Pianos

Seifert (Köln) 32/III+P

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  • data
    Year of construction
    1956
    number of manuals
    3
    manuals
    C-g'''
    pedal
    C-f'
    system
    electrical-pneumatic
    stop action mechanism
    electrical-pneumatic
    Register
    32
    Principle-base
    8
    height
    620 cm
    width
    802 cm
    depth
    295 cm
  • disposition

    I Hauptwerk
    Pommer 16'
    Principal 8'
    Gemshorn 8'
    Oktave 4'
    Kleingedackt 4'
    Schwegel 2'
    Mixtur IV-V 1 1/3'
    Trompete 8'

    II Positiv
    Gedackt 8'
    Quintatön 8'
    Nachthorn 4'
    Principal 2'
    Quinte 1 1/3'
    Cymbel III 1/3'
    Musette 8'
    Tremulant

    III Schwellwerk
    Praestant 8'
    Rohrflöte 8'
    Salicional 8'
    It. Principal 4'
    Blockflöte 4'
    Nasard 2 2/3'
    Waldflöte 2'
    Scharff IV 1'
    Dulcian 16'
    Schalmey 8'
    Tremulant

    Pedal
    Principalbass 16'
    Subbass 16'
    Oktavbass 8'
    Gedacktbass 8'
    Choralbass 4'
    Rauschbass IV 2 2/3'
    Posaune 16'

  • couplers

    Koppeln
    III-II, I-II
    III-I, II-I, Sub II-I
    III-P, II-P, I-P, Super II-P

    Handregister + 2 Freie Kombinationen
    Pedalkombination
    Tutti, Generaltutti
    16' ab
    Zungen ab, Zungenabsteller
    Registercrescendo

  • remarks

    Well-preserved organ from the workshop of Walter Seifert in Cologne. The instrument is colorfully arranged and allows the representation of many eras. As part of a construction project in 1974, in which the previously bricked window behind the organ was opened, the organ has been adapted so that it is visible in the middle prospect field. In addition, the original manual distribution (I Positiv / II Hauptwerk) was exchanged during the conversion, and the two blowers and the bellows are no longer from the 50s.
    Due to the variety of game aids has resulted in the player more tonal design options, as is usual with instruments of this time.

€19.500 private sale/no VAT applied; shipping not included; negotiable;

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

Umsatzsteuer/VAT ID Nr.: DE159800310