Cracow, st. John Cantius
St. John Cantius in Cracow, Poland
Jacek Siedlar (2004)
The organ was built by Polish organbuilder, Jacek Siedlar from Modlnica near Cracov. The stylistic concept refers to French romanticism. It has mechanical key action and electrical stop action. Manual compass is C-c4, pedal is C-g1.
The instrument was created by the efforts of the first pastor and builder of the church, Fr. Jan Franczak. The work were entirely financed by contributions from the parishioners.
|Manual IBourdon 16'|
Flûte Harmonique 8'
Viole de Gambe 8'
Flûte douce 4'
Plein Jeu 5x
M III - M I
M II - M I
|Manual IICor de Nuit 8'|
Unda Maris 8'
Nazard 2 2/3'
Tierce 1 3/5'
M III - M II
|Manual III Flûte Traversière 8'|
Voix Céleste 8'
Flûte Octaviante 4'
Harmonia Aethera 4x
Trompette Harmonique 8'
M I - P
M II - P
M III - P
|| Hauptwerk v. 4.0 or higher
|24 bit, all release samples
|16 bit, all release samples
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Last update: 16th July 2020
Patch 1.02 for Hauptwerk Patch 1.03 for GrandOrgue
1.03 - Voix Céleste and Unda Maris are now detuned in the version for GrandOrgue software
1.02 - Fixed clicking of MIDI 66 note in I Flûte Harmonique 8'