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Quintadena 16' Principal       (TC/Ged bass) 8' Subbaß 16'
Principal 8' Gedackt 8' Principal 8'
Rohrflöte 8' Quintadena 8' Octave 4'
Violdigamba 8' Principal 4' Nachthorn 2'
Octave 4' Rohrflöte 4' Posaune 16'
Spitzflöte 4' Octave 2' Trompet 8'
Nasat/Cornet II Gemshorn 2'
Octav 2' Quint/Sesquiltara II
Mixtur IV-VI Scharff III-V
Trompet 8' Fagott 16'
Vox Humana 8' Dulcian 8'
Trompet 4'
Couplers: Oberwerk to Hauptwerk
Hauptwerk to Pedal
Oberwerk to Pedal
Other: Burnished tin front pipes
Solid wood casework with carved pipe shades
Suspended key action
Mechanical stop action
Variable tremulant
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The Bach Circle, v.1 - Harald Vogel
The Bach Circle represents Bach's organ compositions in relationship to the music of his contemporaries, predecessors, and important pupils on historic instruments. Volume II begins with a stunning interpretation of Toccata and Fugue in d-minor, interpreted on the largest organ preserved from Bach's period, the Treutmann organ of Grauhof, Germany (1734-37).