South German Chamber Organ, Early 18th Century.
This elegant and attractive organ is dated 1705 on the upper board.
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.
Dimensions of the organ are:
height: 196 cm, + 27 cm for the gilded 'crown';
width: 120 cm;
depth: 61 cm.
The organ was restored by the organ building firm of Reil in Heerde.