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Friesach St. Bartholomäus church


In the neogothic cathedral of Billerbeck (Germany), dedicated to St. Ludger, was constructed between 1892 and 1898. Due to financial constraints at the time, only a small organ was provided. The organ had 32 stops and was built by Friedrich Fleiter from Münster. The historical organ case has been preserved to this day. In 1948, the organ was expanded to 42 stops. The original two-manual console was reused in the church of Aulendorf, where it still stands today.

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New organ by Fleiter Orgelbau

In 2001, a association of friends and supporters of the St. Ludger organ was founded, and funds were raised for the construction of a new, large instrument. In 2008, Orgelbau Fleiter began building the organ, which was constructed in several phases and completed in 2014. Orgelbau Friedrich Fleiter was established in 1872 in Münster and has supplied numerous organs to churches in the Münster region over the past 150 years. Since 2007, the company has been led by Eberhard Hilse, the designer of the current Billerbeck organ. The instrument features 72 speaking stops distributed across four manuals and pedal.


French symphonic tradition

The organ is predominantly designed in the French symphonic style, although it incorporates elements from other traditions, resulting in a universal organ. It features five divisions: four manuals and pedal. The Hauptwerk and Chamadewerk are located in the organ case on the right side (north side). The Schwellwerk is situated in the case on the left side (south side). The pedal is positioned at the back, behind the historical case and includes three 32' stops, among others. The Rückpositiv on the organ gallery's balustrade is enclosed in a swell box and contains 12 stops from mixed (French and German) traditions. The stops of the Hauptwerk and Schwellwerk are inspired by the French voicing style developed by A. Cavaillé-Coll. The flutes of the Schwellwerk, including the mutations (aliqouts), are made from stopped pipes. The Chamadewerk offers not only the chamade trumpets but also solo stops, namely the Vox Ludgeri, a clarinet-like reed, and the Flûte Harmonique.

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Friesach St. Bartholomäus church


  • Eisenbarth, 2000
  • 3 keyboards
  • 44 stops


On this page, you see only a selection of sample sets; of course, all sample sets for Hauptwerk and Sweelinq are available for our Cambiare organs. There are now hundreds of organs available, ranging from small Baroque organs to large symphonic instruments. Through various sample set providers, we can offer you the complete library of sample sets in our Cambiare organs. Do you have any questions about a specific sample set?

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