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Nachthorngedackt German


Description:

Not described in the literature, this name appears eight times in Osiris, mainly in 20th century German organs. Six out of these eight instruments also contain Nachthorn stops, which suggests that their Nachthorns are of the open type, and the Nachthorngedackts are the stopped form of Nachthorn.


Examples:

Nachthorn Gedackt 8', Rückpositiv; Stiftbasilika Klosterneuburg, Vienna, Austria; Freundt 1642. Restored 1950, 1984, 1990.

Nachthorn Gedackt 8', Rückpositiv; Stiftbasilika Klosterneuburg, Vienna, Austria; Freundt 1642. Restored 1950, 1984, 1990. Nachthorngedackt 8', Schwell-Bombardwerk, Hauptorgel; Cathedral, Passau, Bavaria, Germany; Steinmeyer 1924. Hauptwerk contains a 2' Nachthorn.
Nachthorngedackt 8', Oberwerk, Chororgel; Cathedral, Passau, Bavaria, Germany; Steinmeyer 1924. Same division contains a 1' Nachthorn Nachthorngedackt 4', Hautpwerk, Michaelorgel; Münster, Freiburg, Germany; Spaeth 1929?. Schwellwerk contains a 2' Nachthorn.
Nachthorngedackt 8', Manual I; Westchor-Orgel, Cathedral, Mainz, Germany; Kemper 1965. Instrument also contains Nachthorns at 4' and 2'. Nachthorngedackt 8', Pedal; Dom, Würtzburg, Germany; Klais 1968. Hauptwerk contains a 4' Nachthorn; both are 45% tin.
Nachthorngedackt 4', Bombardenwerk; Sejong Cultural Center, Seoul, Korea; Schuke 1978. Same division contains a 2' Nachthorn. Nachthorngedackt 8', Hauptwerk; Stadtpfarrkirche, Mariae Himmelfahrt, Landsberg, Germany; Schmid 1983.
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