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 Restoration of the Johann Georg Schön-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Church Herzogswalde
 Restoration of the M. Engler-Organ in the Basilica Mariä-Himmelfahrt in Grüssau
 Restoration of the Hans Henny Jahnn-Organ St. Ansgar-Church Hamburg-Langenhorn
 Restoration of the Organ in the Church in Redefin
 
New organ for the Protestant-Lutheran Church Crottendorf

 Restoration of the Gottfried-Silbermann-Organ in the Petri-Nikolai-Church in Freiberg
 New Organ for First Presbyterian Church in Kerrville / Texas, USA
Restoration and Reconstruction of the Hilpert-organ in the Prot. St. Georgs-Church Waldkappel
Restoration of the M. Welte & Söhne Cinema-Organ in the musical-instrument-museum Leipzig
Reconstruction of the G. F. Jehmlich-organ in the Protestant Church Lauenstein
New Organ for the Akademia Muzyczna w Lodz, Polen
New Organ for the Catholic Church "Mariä Heimsuchung" Zittau
Restoration of the Runge-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Church Parum
Restoration of the Jehmlich-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Dreieinigkeits-Church Zeulenroda
Restoration of a Baroque-organ in the Protestant Church Dreilützow
Restoration of the Silbermannorgan in the Cathedral Dresden (Catholic Hofkirche)
 Innovation - Organ positive with Meissener porcelain pipes

 

Restoration of the J. G. Schön-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Church Herzogswalde

Protestant-Lutheran Church HerzogswaldeHerzogswalde, Prot.-Luth. Church Herzogswalde

1 manual and pedal, 13 stops
built from Johann Georg Schön 1761-63
restoration 2009

The festively Reinauguration of the organ was on Sunday 16th August 2009.

 

 

 

Restoration of the M. Engler-Organ in the Monastry Church Mariengnade in Grüssau

Basilica Mariä-Himmelfahrt in Krzeszów (Grüssau)Grüssau (Krzeszów) ,Basilica Mariä-Himmelfahrt, Poland

3 manuals and pedal, 50 stops
built from Michael Engler 1732-36
restoration 2007-2008

The festively Reinauguration of the organ with the Bishop and the organists Prof. Chorosinski/Warschau, Prof. Krummacher/Leipzig, Prof. Perutzki/Danzig and Kreuzorganist Gehring/Dresden was on Sunday 12th October 2008.

 

 

 

Restoration of the Hans Henny Jahnn-Organ St. Ansgar-Church Hamburg-Langenhorn

St. Ansgar-Church Hamburg-LangenhornHamburg-Langenhorn, St. Ansgar-Church

3 manuals and pedal, 36 stops
built from Hans Henny Jahnn (1931)
restoration 2008

The inauguration of the organ was on 20th September 2008.

 

 

 

 

Restoration of the Organ in the Church in Redefin

Church in Redefin Redefin, Church in Redefin

2 manuals and pedal, 14 stops
built from Anonymus (1602) / Friese II (1847)
restoration 2008

The inauguration of the organ was on 13th July 2008.

 

 

 

New organ for the Protestant-Lutheran Church Crottendorf

Prot.-Luth. Church CrottendorfCrottendorf, Prot.-Luth. Church Crottendorf

2 manuals and pedal, 25 stops, 2007 (opus 1153)

The inauguration of the organ was on 21st october 2007.

 

 

 

 

Restoration of the Gottfried-Silbermann-Organ in the Petri-Nikolai-Church in Freiberg

Protestant-Lutheran Church Petri-Nikolai in FreibergFreiberg, Protestant-Lutheran Church Petri-Nikolai

2 manuals and pedal, 32 stops
built from Gottfried Silbermann 1735
restoration 2007

The Reinauguration of the restored Gottfried-Silbermann--Organ was on 15th July 2007.

 

 

 

New organ for First Presbyterian Church in Kerrville / Texas, USA

First Presbyterian Church in KerrvilleKerville, First Presbyterian Church in Kerrville / Texas, USA

3 manuals and pedal, 50 stops, 2006 (opus 1152)

 

 

 

 

Restoration and Reconstr. Hilpert-organ in the Prot. St. Georgs-Church Waldkappel

Protestant St. Georgs-Church WaldkappelWaldkappel, Protestant St. Georgs-Church Waldkappel

2 manuals and pedal, 30 stops
built from F. Hilpert 1861
restoration/reconstruction 2006 JOD


 

 

 

 

Restoration of the M. Welte & Söhne Cinema-Organ in the musical-instrument-museum Leipzig

Welte Cinema-Organ in the musical-instrument-museum Leipzig Leipzig, Musical-instrument-museum Leipzig, Germany

2 manuals und pedal, 41 stops
built from Michael Welte & Söhne 1930

 

Reconstruction Gotthelf Friedrich Jehmlich-organ in the Protestant Church Lauenstein

Protestant Church LauensteinLauenstein, Protestant Church Lauenstein, Germany

2 manuals und pedal, 19 stops, construction year 1818; reconstruction 2005 (opus 1154)
built from Gotthelf Friedrich Jehmlich as opus 3

Unfortunately, in the night of 21 to 22 July 2003 the Lauenstein-organ burned down.
Due to the importance of this instrument for the saxon organ building history of the 19th century, it was decided to reconstruct the organ with the possibly biggest amount of original organ parts which survived the fire.

 

New Organ for the Akademia Muzyczna w Lodz, Polen

Akademia Muzyczna w Lodz, PolenLodz, Akademia Muzyczna w Lodz, Polen

2 manuals and pedal, 22 stops, 2005 (opus 1156)

 

New Organ for the Catholic Church "Mariä Heimsuchung" Zittau

Catholic Church "Mariä Heimsuchung" Zittau Zittau, Catholic Church "Mariä Heimsuchung"

2 manuals and pedal, 26 stops, 2006 (opus 1155)

 

 

 

 

Restoration of the Runge-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Church Parum

Protestant-Lutheran Church ParumParum, Protestant-Lutheran Church Parum

1 manual and pedal, 5 stops
built from Johann Heinrich Runge 1877

restoration 2005

 

Restoration Jehmlich-Organ in the Prot.-Luth. Dreieinigkeits-Church Zeulenroda

Protestant-Lutheran Dreieinigkeits-Church ZeulenrodaZeulenroda, Prot.-Luth. Dreieinigkeits-Church Zeulenroda

3 manuals and pedal, 41 stops
built from Gebrüder Jehmlich 1925 as opus 405

restoration 2005

The reinauguration of the organ was on 18th september 2005.

 

Restoration of a Baroque-organ from 1708 in the Protestant Church Dreilützow

Protestant Church DreilützowDreilützow, Protestant Church Dreilützow, Germany

1 manual, 6 stops
builder unknown 1708, restored 2004 JOD

 

Restoration of the Silbermannorgan in the Cathedral Dresden (Catholic Hofkirche)

Catholic Cathedral Dresden (Hofkirche)Dresden, Cathedral Dresden (Catholic Hofkirche), Germany

3 manuals and pedal, 47 stops
built from Gottfried Silbermann 1755

The restoration of the Silbermannorgan in the Cathedral Dresden is completed after 2 years work. The festively Reinauguration with the Bishop Joachim Reinelt was on 3rd November 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

Innovation - Organ positive with Meissener porcelain pipes

Organ positive with Meissener porclaine pipesDresden, Organ positive with Meissener porcelain pipes, Germany

1 manual, 4 stops, 2000 (opus 1140)

The Porzellan-Manufaktur Meissen already endeavoured in the times of August the Strong to build sounding pipes out of porcelain. In the year 2000 for the first time all the efforts led to success. The two Saxon companies, the Staatliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Meissen and the Jehmlich Orgelbau Dresden, which are rich in tradition, developed an organ with sounding porcelain pipes in a joint-venture-project.
At the organ front all the 22 porcelainflutes of the stop porcelaineflute 2’ are visible. They measure from 48 to 112 centimeters and can be characterised by a striking sound of a flute. The positive of the organ has 36 wooden- and 170 metalpipes. Due to the variable pitch level and the graduation of all stops into bass- and treble range, the instrument can be used for multipurpose, especially for the interpretation of historical music. Both, the box of the organ positive, which is made out of pearwood, and the pictures on the doorwings, designed by Christoph Ciesielski, which are made out of porcelain coated with crystal glaze, are forming a pleasingly consistent whole. The Organ positive can be visited at the showroom of the Staatliche Porzellanmanufaktur Meissen (Talstrasse 9, 01662 Meißen).

 

 
 
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