Opus 660.

Białogard, ZP, St. Mary's church

Year: 1912, rebuilt in 1934 by B. Grüneberg
Keyboards: II+P Stops: 43 (42)
Casework: 1768
Type of action: Pneumatic
Type of windchests: Cone chests
Console type: Detached
Stop controls: Stop tabs


Manual I Manual II Manual III (Enclosed) Pedal
16' Principal 8' Rohrflöte 16' Lieblich Gedackt 16' Contrabass
8' Principal 8' Quintade (1934) 8' Gedackt (1934) 16' Subbass
8' Hohlflöte 8' Gemshorn 8' Aeoline 16' Echobass**
8' Dolce 4' Prestant (1934) 8' Voix Celeste 10 2/3' Quintbass
8' Gamba 4' Rohrflöte 4' Flauto Traverse 8' Octavbass
4' Octave 2 2/3' Nasat 4' Fugara 8' Bassflöte
4' Spitzflöte 2' Schwiegel (1934) 2' Salicet (1934) 8' Cello
2 2/3' Quinte IV Mixtur (1934) 1 1/3' Quinte (1934) 4' Choralbass (1934)
2' Octave 8' Krummhorn (1934) II-III Harm. Aetheria 2' Nachthorn (1934)
1' Sifflöte (1934)     8' Oboe III Mixtur (1934)
III-IV Cornett (1934)         16' Posaune
VI Mixtur (1934)            
8' Trompete*            
               
Couplers            
  Sub II-I            
  II-I            
  Super II-I            
  III-I            
  III-II            
  I-P            
  II-P            
  III-P            
               
* Replaced by Salicet 8'
** Transmission from Lieblich Gedackt 16'