Arlesheim Church - Silbermann

Jean-André Silbermann Organ of the Arlesheimer Dom (Switzerland) 1761, Metzler 1961

We are in the fortunate position of being able to maintain, in it’s the best condition, this jewel of organ, and to carry out small campaigns of works.
This instrument is remarkable what Jean-André Silbermann's material is concerned.  In the history of organ restorations, the case of Arlesheim is emblematic as it was the first restoration (1961) to aim at a return to the original, even if some options would make one smile today.

37 stops, III keyboard 56 notes, pedal 30 notes

Grand OrguePositif de dosÉchoPédale
Bourdon 16'Bourdon 8 Bourdon 8'Soubasse 16'
 Bourdon 8'Prestant 4'Prestant 4'Octave-Basse 8'
Montre 8'Flûte 4'Nazard 2 2/3'Quinte 5 1/3'
Prestant 4'Nazard 2 2/3'Doublette 2'Prestant 4'
Nazard 2 2/3'Doublette 2'Tierce 1 3/5'Fourniture III
Doublette 2'Tierce 1 3/5'Fagott 8' BBombarde 16'
Tierce 1 3/5'Larigot 1 1/3'Trompette 8' de RécitTrompette 8'
Sifflet 1'Fourniture III Clairon 4'
 Cornet V rgsCromorne 8'  
Fourniture IIITremblant  
Cymbale II   
Trompette 8'   
Voix humaine 8'   

Pos./GO, GO/Ped- couplings