International Rheinberger Competition for Organ

2019 | Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein

Eule Organ - Vaduz

Organ in honour of the Liechtenstein composer Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839-1901), endowed by the Peter Kaiser (1793-1864) Memorial Foundation, Vaduz, in the Cathedral of St. Florin, Vaduz / Liechtenstein
op. 672, built 2013 by Eule Orgelbau GmbH
42 stops plus 3 double-draws (VA) and 3 transmissions from Salicional 16' (Tr.)

Disposition

Stops shown in italics are additional to the Steinmeyer specification.

I. Hauptwerk (C-g''')
Bordun 16'
Principal 8'
Tibia 8'
Viola di Gamba 8'
Gedackt 8'
Quintfloete 5 1/3'
Octave 4'
Gemshorn 4'
Quinte 2 2/3' VA
Octave 2'
Mixtur 5fach 2 2/3'
Trompete 8'
Begleitwerk:
Rohrflöte 8'
Canora 4'
II. Seitenwerk (C-g''')
Salicional 16' Tr. III
Principalflöte 8'
Liebl. Gedackt 8'
Aeoline 8'
Fugara 4'
Flöte 4'
Nasard 2 2/3' VA
Flageolet 2'
Cornett 3-5f. 2 2/3'
Fagott-Clarinette 8'
III. Schwellwerk (C-g''')
Salicional 16'
Geigenprincipal 8'
Wienerflöte 8'
Dolce 8'
Salicional 8'
Vox coelestis 8' ab c°
Geigenoctav 4' VA
Viola 4'
Floete travers 4'
Flautino 2'
Progressio 3-4f. 4'
Trompette harm. 8'
Oboe
Physharmonika
- Tremolo
Pedal (C-f')
Principalbass 16'
Violon 16'
Subbass 16'
Salicetbass 16' Tr. III
Quintbass 10 2/3'
Octavbass 8'
Violoncello 8'
Dolcebass 8' Tr. III
Flötbass 4'
Posaune 16'

3 manual couplers, 3 pedal couplers
double stop action a) mechanical and b) electric
4 toe studs: p – mf – f – ff
crescendo pedal
2 swell shoes: manual III and Physharmonika
combination system 10,000 x with the usual controls
symphonic wind supply with 4 double-fold bellows