Instruments

The 24th International Organ Academy in Lövstabruk,

SWEDEN

24 June - 28 June 2019

THE ART OF THE CLAVICHORD &

THE NORTH-GERMAN BAROQUE

at the Cahman (1728) and Schwan (1783) organs

INSTRUMENTS


Students who have taken part in the academy have said: ”We worked for three days and learned more from the Cahman Organ than we learned from our teachers in three years.” This should not be taken literally, but rather as an expression of what the meeting with such a special instrument like the Johan Niclas Cahman Lövstabruk Organ (as well as the Schwan Organ of 1783) can mean.


SPECIFICATION

Lövstabruk Church, Johan Niclas Cahman, 1728

Manual (Manual II)

Ryggpositiv (Manual I)

Pedal

C-c'''

C-c'''

C-d'

Qvintadena 16' Bass/Discant

Gedackt 8'

Offen Sub Bass 16'

Principal 8' Bass/Discant

Qvintadena 8'

Principal 8'

Rohrflöte 8'

Principal 4'

Gedackt 8'

Qvintadena 8'

Fleut 4'

Qvinta 6'

Octava 4' Bass/Discant

Qvinta 3'

Octava 4'

Spitzflöte 4'

Octava 2'

Rauschqvint 2 Fach

Qvinta 3'

Mixtur 4 chor (1728/1963)

Mixtur IV

Super Octava 2'

Voxhumana 8'

Bassun 16'

Mixtur 5 Fach Bass/Discant


Trompet 8'

Trompet 8' Bass/Discant


Trompet 4'

All mixtures contain thirds

Coupler: Ryggpositiv-Manual

Mechanical action with slider chests

Temperament: Neidhart 1724 "Für ein Dorff"

Pitch: Chorton

SPECIFICATION

Börstil Church, Olof Schwan, 1783

Manual

C-c'''

Borduna 16'

Principal 8'

Gedackt 8'

Octava 4'

Rörfleut 4'

Quinta 3'

Octava 2'

Decima af 4' 1 3/5

Mixtur 4 chor

Trompet 16' (1783/1979)

Trompet 8' Bass/Discant (1979)

Trompet 4' Bass

Pedals: C-g, coupled to Manual

Mechanical action with slider chests

Temperament: H T Scheffer

Pitch: Chorton