Magdeburg, St. Johannis

Article in "Zeitschrift für Instrumentenbau Jahrgang 29 (1908-1909) by Prof. Rudolph Franz Robert Palme (1834 Barby - 1909 Magdeburg) Die Orgelwerke Magdeburgs einst und jetzt, nebst kurzen Mitteilungen über die kirche
Page 529, 530, 531, 532


1690-1695: New organ by Arp Schnitger.

Source: Book "Ladegast-Orgeln in Sachsen Anhalt" by Holger Brülls Page 158


Original specification: 
Hauptwerk   Oberpositif   Brustpositif   Pedal  
Principal 16' Bordun 16' Principal 8' Principal 32'
Quintadeen 16' Principal 8' Holz Flöthen 8' Principal 16'
Rohr-flöte 16' Rohr-Flöthe 8'  Octava 4' Subbas 16'
Octava 8' Quintadeen 8' Block Flöthen 4' Octava 8'
Spitzflöthe 8' grobgedackt 8' Nassat 2 2/3'' Gembs Horn 8'
Gedackt 8' Viol d'Gamba 4' Octava 2' Octava 4'
Quinta 5 1/3' Octava 4'  Gembs-Horn 2'  Flöthe 4' 
Octava 4' Spitzflöthe 4' Tertian II Nachthorn 2'
Rohrflöte 4' Waltflöthe 2' Scharff IV-V-VI Rauschpfeiffe III
Koppelflöthe 4' Quintflöthe 1 1/3'  Cimbel III Mixtur VI-VII-VIII
Flach Flöthe 2' Sifflöthe 1' Dulcian 16' Posaune 32'
Super Octava 2' Sesquialtera II  Trompet 8' Posaune 16'
Rauschpfeiffe III Scharff V-VI-VII  Trompet 8'  Dulcian 16'
Mixtur VI-VII-VIII Trechter Regal 8'     Trompet 8'
Trompet 16' Vox Humana 8'     Trompet 4'
Dulcian  8'  Schalmey 4'     Cornet 2'

1747-1750
: Changes by Christoph Trautmann.

1828-1831: Changes by Hamann.

1870: New organ in the old case by Sauer.


Picture of the organ from 1874 from a yet unknown source: "Die orgel in der St.Johanniskirche in Magdeburg erbaut von Wilhelm Sauer". (01)
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1930: Enlargement by Sauer.

1935: Changes after the Orgelbewegung.

1945: The organ was destroyed by bombings in World War II.


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Sources:
  1. E-Mail 04.01.2014 from Carel Martijn


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