Nieuwe Kerk · Amsterdam

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One of the truly great international restoration tasks – the recreation of the main organ in Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam – was carried out 1977-1981. This impressive organ, which was built in 1655-1673 by J.W. Schonat, J.G. v. Hagerbeer and (probably) R.B. Duyschot, was the largest in existence still to have spring chests, and of the 48 stops – of which some had up to 6 doublings in the treble – most were well preserved.

Manual range: C D E-c’’’
Pedal range: C D-d’
Couplers: RW/HW, HW/BW, P/HW, P/RW
Tremulants: BW, RW
Key action: mechanical
Stop action: mechanical
Stops: 48

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Photo: Erik Hesmerg

 

 

I. Manual II. Manual IIl. Manual Pedalværk
Rugwerk
Praestant 8’
Holpijp 8’
Quintadena 8’
Octaaf 4’
Openfluit 4’
Quintfluit 3’
Superoctaaf 2’
Speelfluit 2’
Fluit 2’
Quartane II-IV
Sexquialter II-X
Mixtuur 1½
Scherp 1’
Cornet tr. 16’
Trompet 8’
Hoofdwerk
Praestant 16’
Quintadena 16’
Octaaf 8’
Holpijp 8’
Octaaf 4’
Gemshorn 4’
Quint 3’
Mixtuur 2’
Scherp 1½
Dulciaan 16’
Trompet 8’
Bovenwerk
Praestant 8’
Baarpijp 8’
Quintadena 8’
Octaaf 4’
Octaaf 2’
Nasard 1½
Sifflet 1’
Sexquialter II-VI
Scherp 1½
Trompet 8’
Vox humana 8’
Praestant 16’
Bourdon 16’
Octaaf 8’
Buordon 8’
Roerquint 6’
Octaaf 4’
Quint 3’
Mixtuur 4’
Bazuin 16’
Trompet 8’
Trompet 4’