Frederik’s Church · Copenhagen

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Frederik’s Church, popularly known as The Marble Church for its architecture, is located just west of Amalienborg Palace, which is residence of the royal family. The organ was built in 1963, according to a design by the Danish organ architect Rolf Graae.  The organ has 51 stops distributed on Great organ , Rückpositiv, Brustwerk and a Pedal. The instrument includes pipes from the former organ, built by Knud Olsen 1894 and I. Starup 1918.

51 stops.
Mechanical key action, Electric stop action, with combinations system.
Compass: C – g3, C – f1.
Tremulants: BW, SW.

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I. Manual II. Manual III. Manual IV. Manual Pedalværk
Rygpositiv
Rørgedakt 8’
Principal 4’
Rørfløjte 4’
Tværfløjte 2’
Nasat 1 1/3’
Sesquialtera II, fra c
Scharf III
Dulcian 8’
Hovedværk
Principal 16’
Oktav 8’
Spidsfløjte 8’
Oktav 4’
Kobbelfløjte 4’
Nasat 2 2/3’
Oktav 2’
Waldfløjte 2’
Mixtur V
Cymbel III
Trompet 16’
Trompet 8’
Svelleværk
Gedakt 16‘
Flûte harmonique 8‘
Fugara 8‘
Oktav 8‘
Oktav 4’
Flûte octaviante 4’
Quint 2 2/3’
Gemshorn 2’
Piccolo 1’
Mixtur V
Trompet 8’
Obo 8’
Clairon 4’
Brystværk
Gedakt 8’
Spidsgamba 8’
Gedaktfløjte 4’
Principal 2’
Blokfløjte 2’
Cymbel II
Ranket 16’
Principal 16’
Subbas 16’
Quint 10 2/3’
Oktav 8’
Gedakt 8’
Oktav 4’
Nathorn 2’
Cornet IV
Mixtur IV
Basun 16’
Trompet 8’
Skalmeje 4’