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Small organ at the Lutheran church of St. Saviour Jerusalem

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Organ no. 8 | Small organ at the Lutheran church of St. Saviour Jerusalem

This little organ, made by the German firm Alfred Fuhrer, is installed on the very narrow gallery of the Chapel of the Crusaders. The chapel looks over the charming cloister adjacent to the Church of the Saviour and which indeed dates from the time of the Crusaders. The cloister is a leftover of the Church of the Saint-Marie-Latine incorporated into the Church of the Savior during its construction in 1898. The little chapel of the Crusaders is currently used for the Lutheran worship in English.
The organ was inaugurated in 1965.
The instrument is completely contained in an organ case the dimensions of which do not exceed those of an ordinary console

 

Disposition:

One manual, 54 notes

Gedackt 8'
Rohrflöte 4'
Principal 2'
Quinte 1 1/3'
Scharff (II-III)

This organ has a upright pedalboard of 27 notes with no independent stops.

Mechanical stops and manuals action