Vilstrup Kirke

» Church organs 1848-

The organ in Vilstrup Church was the first organ to be built under the company name Marcussen & Søn. It was completed in 1849 and had 14 stops. The organ replaced a smaller instrument built by Oppenhagen. The organ facade from this organ (1803) is preserved.  The organ was rebuilt – and equipped with pneumatic actions – in 1931.

In 2002 the mechanical organ was re-created, and the specification restored, with one additional stop. Now the organ has 15 stops, of which 8 have original pipes from 1849, and 2 stops have pipes from 1931.

Compass: C-g3, C-f1
Couplers: I+II, P+I, P+II

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I. Manual II. Manual Pedal
Bordun 16’
Principal 8’ · delvis fra 1849
Rohrflöte 8’ · delvis fra 1849
Octave 4’ · fra 1849
Quinte 2 2/3’
Superoctave 2’
Terz 1 3/5’
Trompete 8’
Viola di Gamba 8’
Gedackt 8’ · delvis fra 1849
Flöte 4’ · 1849
Rauschpfeife II2’  ·1 1/3’ fra 1931
Subbass 16‘ · 1931
Principal 8‘
Fagott 16‘