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St. Thomas, Strasbourg, Orgue de Choeur. Image courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) at the age of 80. Image courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
This organ is of particular interest in exemplifying the organbuilding principles of Albert Schweitzer. Organ designed in 1905 by Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) and completed by Dalstein-Haerper in 1906. Restored by Quentin Blumenroeder in 1999-2001.

Grand-orgue (C-g3, 56 notes)

16' Bourdon
8' Montre
8' Bourdon
8' Viole de gambe
4' Octave
22/3' Mixture-cornet III-V rgs.*
II/I (16', 8', 4')

* C 12-15-19
c 8-12-15-19
c1 1-8-12-15-17
c2 1-8-12-15-15

Récit expressif (C-g3, 56 notes)

8' Geigenprincipal
8' Floete amabile
8' Salicional
8' Voix céleste
8' Trompette

Pédale (C-f1, 30 notes)

16' Soubasse
I/P
II/P

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