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Organ
:   Martin Gester (FR)
Organ Stoplist
Great Rückpositiv
Principal 8′   †
Salicional 8′
Bourdon 8′
Octave 4′   ‡
Flute 4′   ‡
Twelfth 2⅔′   ‡
Super Octave 2′   ‡
Tierce 1⅗′
Mixture 1⅓′
Major Flute 8′
Principal 4′   §
Piccolo 2′
Twelfth 1⅓′
Pedal
Diapason 16′
Octave Bass 8′
Choralbass 4′
‡ before 1846     † 1846     § 1899 (?)
Tonal range:  C–d′′′ / C–a, with short octave.
Tuning:  a′ = 438 Hz (7 °C) / 446 Hz (18 °C).
Temperament:  approximately equal.
Wind:  72 mm H2O (2.8 in).
The organ in Kunín – Photo: Jiří Krátký. Organists with any repertoire are welcome. The lessons take place in the Church of the Exaltation of the Cross which is connected with the château through a covered wooden bridge. The organ was built in 1846 by Johann Neußer, Neutitschein (Nový Jičín), using seven registers from an older instrument (Johann Kuttler?). The second manual (the positive) was added around 1899, probably by his son Karel Neußer, apparently using the case from an older organ by Frantz Horčička (1745–1800, Friedeck/Frýdek). The instrument was renovated in 1995–1996 by Jan Kubát (Kutná Hora) and Jiří Filípek (Třeboň).

Lessons 40 minutes each — see price list.