Luth. Church St. James Lexington/Texas

Luth. Church St. James Lexington/Texas, USA

builder: Jehmlich Orgelbau Dresden GmbH
construction year: 2002 (opus 1147)
key action: mechanical
stop action: mechanical
system of chest: slider chest


specification:

   
I. GREAT ORGAN C-g3
  II. SIDE ORGAN C-g3
1. Prinzipal
8'
  7. Gedackt
8'
2. Flöte
8'
  8. Rohrflöte
4'
3. Oktave
4'
  9. Quinte
2 2/3'
4. Spitzflöte
4'
  10. Prinzipal
2'
5. Blockflöte
2'
  11. Terz
1 3/5'
6. Mixtur
III-IV
  Tremulant  
 
     
PEDAL C-f1
   
12. Subbass
16'
   
13. Gedacktbass
8'
   

 

photo´s from our workshop

proposal drawing Luth. Church St. James Lexington/TexasWe are happy to invite every congregation to our workshop to see their new organ growing.

Due to the enormous distance to Dresden, we would like to use this way to give the congregation of the Lutheran Church St. James and all interested people an impression of the construction of the new organ for Lexington.

 

October 2001

construction of the organ case moldering the pallet openings

preparations on the consolegluing the windchests

moldering frames for the organ case view on the pedal couplers

rolling the pipe parts round shaping the pipe parts

 

November/December 2001

assembling the wooden pipes working on the slider chest

working on the console doors leathering the motor bellow

assembling the roller bords

first view on the console working on the stop board

frame construction of the organ case placing the windchests in the organ

assembling the organ in the workshop assembling the organ in the workshop

 

January 2002

carefully packaging of all organ parts carefully packaging of all organ parts

storing all organ parts into the container which goes its long way to Lexington storing all organ parts into the container which goes its long way to Lexington

 

March 2002

Building up the organ in St. James Building up the organ in St. James

Building up the organ in St. James Building up the organ in St. James

handing-over the organ

 

18th March 2002
Inauguration of the Organ in St. James Lutheran Church Lexington

St. James Lutheran Church, Texas