Church of Saint-Martin - Dachstein

Restoration of the Xavery Mockers 1829 organ in the church of Saint-Martin in Dachstein

The organ restoration work was the workshop's first historical protected instrument.

It was carried out with the utmost respect for the techniques and materials used in 1829.

We were able to save all the wooden pipes and replace only a few brass hooks at the mechanic. It is quite remarkable that it was not necessary to rebuild several elements that were too infected or too damaged.

The only modification made to the organ was to return to the 4' Montre.

15 jeux, I clavier, pédale

Manuel 54 notesPédale 15 notes
Bourdon 8'Soubasse 16'
Salicional 8'Flûte ouverte 8'
Flûte 8' (D)Violoncelle 8'
Gambe 8' (D)Trompette 8'
Montre 4' 
Flûte à cheminée 4' 
Nasard 2'2/3 
Doublette 2' 
Cornet 4 rgs (D) 
Fourniture 4 rgs (1') 
Cromorne/Trompette 8' (B+D)