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Address: Skåregata 155, 5527 Haugesund, Norway

  • Steinmeyer organ - 1955-2003 (photo: Eirik Hustvedt)
  • Verschueren organ - 2003
Vår Frelsers kirke
(Our Saviour's church) is a church from 1901 in Haugesund, Rogaland.

The church has stained glass windows made ​​of Linnich Art Institution in Germany. They have two themes, the Holy Trinity and the four evangelists.

To date, the church has benefited from three main organs: a Noreg (1901-1955), a Steinmeyer (1955-2003), and a Verschueren (2003-).

The Noreg organ consisted of 30 stops, and was rebuilt in 1911 by Andreas Landrog (who maintained the organ until it was replaced in 1955). Ten of its stops were used in the Steinmeyer organ, which was later relocated to Poland. Eleven others were used in an organ built for Vår Frelsers gravland (delivered 1955; replaced 1985).

(sources: wikipedia; http://home.online.no/~eihustve/page2.html)

Steinmeyer organ (1955-2003)Edit

Builder: G.F. Steinmeyer (DE) (in conjunction with Norsk orgel- og harmoniumfabrikk) - 1955

Division Stop Name Length (ft)
I - Great organ [sic] Principal* 16'
Gedacktpommer 16'
Principal* 8'
Silbermann Gamba 8'
Rohrflöte* 8'
Oktav* 4'
Kleingedackt 4'
Kvint* 2 2/3'
Schweigel 2'
Mixture (1 1/3')
Trumpet 8'
II - Positif Gedackt 8'
Quintatön 8'
Principal 4'
Blockflöte 4'
Nazat 2 2/4'
Oktav 2'
Ters 1 1/3'
Cymbel (1/2')
Rankett 16'
Rohrskalmey 8'
III - Swell organ [sic] Bordun 16'
Hornprincipal 8'
Flöte 8'
Salicional 8'
Voix celeste 8'
Fugara* 4'
Pastoralflöte 4'
Kvint 2 2/3'
Principal 2'
Ters 1 3/5'
Sifflöte 1'
Plein jeu (2')
Fagott 16'
Trompet 8'
Obo 8'
Klarinet 4'
Pedal Subbass 32'
Principalbass 16'
Violon bass [sic]* 16'
Subbass 16'
Zartbass 16'
Oktavbass 8'
Gedackt* 8'
Koralbass 4'
Rohrflöte 2'
Mixtur 4 fag*
Basun* 16'
Trompet 8'
Clarion 4'

Couplers:

II-I

III-I

III-II

I-Ped

II-Ped

III-Ped

Other notesEdit

'Cymbelstar'/Cymbelstern

Tremulant (effect unknown) - under Positif on specification

Electro-pneumatic action

5 general combinations

4 separate pedal combination

'Generalcrescendowalse'

The organ contains many of the registers from the old Noreg organ (1901-1955). These registers are indicated by asterisks (*).

Choir organEdit

Builder: Robert Gustavsson (SE) - 1981

Division Stop Name Length (ft)
Manual Tregedackt 8'
Principal 4'
Gedackt 4'
Nazal [sic] 2 2/3'
Oktav 2'
Scarff 2 fag
Pedal Subbass 16'

Couplers:

Man-Ped

Other notesEdit

Mechanical action

Split keyboard treble/bass [confirmation needed]

Organ movable

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