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The organ is placed in two organ cases surrounding the entrance to the gallery. Behind the Principal 8’ frontpipes the Great and Pedal organs divisions are placed on a shared windchest, providing transmissions of Principal 8’ and Trompet 8’. Behind, an additional Pedal windchest for Fagot 16’ and Subbas 16’. The Swell organ is placed in the organ case to the left, which also includes the wind system with wedge bellows and blower. The console is attached to the front of the swell organ. The mechanical stop and tracker actions  are hidden under the floor between the two organ cases. The design of the organ front, as well as the tonal design, are inspired of Marcussen organs from the 18th century.

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Manual: C – g3, C – f1
Coubles: HV+SV, S+S16’, P+HV, P+SV,
Tremulant:  SV
Temperering: Ligesvævende, i tonehøjde 440 hz. ved 20°C.
Unda maris 8’, is reuse of Erzähler 8’ from the ealier organ.

 

Hovedværk
I. manual
Principal 8’
Blokfløjte 8’
Quintatøn 8’
Oktav 4’
Rørfløjte 4’
Oktav 2’
Mixtur III
Trompet 8’
Svelleværk
II. manual
Gamba 8’
Flauta amabile 8’
Unda maris 8’
Gedakt 8’
Traversfløjte 4’
Sesquialtera II
Waldfløjte 2’
Obo 8’
Pedal
Subbas 16’
Oktav 8’ · transmission from HV Principal 8’
Fagot 16’
Trompet 8’ · transmission from HV Trompet 8’