Esch-sur-Alzette (L) | Conservatoire

The specification for this organ was jointly drafted by Carlo Hommel, professor for organ and titular organist of the main organ at the Luxembourg cathedral, and by the organbuilder. The choice of the tonal groups as well as the placement of the organ itself was mainly dictated by the teaching and the solo concert use of the instrument.


In fact, the great organ and the positive organ constitute one unit distributed over two keyboards. The great organ has a Plein jeu completed with a trumpet, whereas the Positive organ supplies the necessary stops to complete the Grand Jeu. The Violin 8' is an indispensable stop for the 19th century repertory. The third manual, a romantic Recit, is rich in fundamental 8' registers, flues and reeds.


A brilliant Trompeta Real mounted horizontally crowns the reed chorus.


The pedal section is principally to provide a majestic bass, which at wish can be amplified and brightened through couplers.


The rounded shapes of the organ reflect the date of the construction of the building. The warm hue of the natural oak and the dark green colour of the pipe shades are in perfect harmony with the concert hall decorations.


Stop list



Bourdon 16'

Montre 8'

Flûte à cheminé

Prestant 4'

Doublette 2'

Founiture IV

Trompette 8' basse/haute


Positif / Grand-Orgue

Récit / Grand-orgue


Positif / Grand-Choeur


Bourdon 8'

Violon 8'

Flûte ouverte 4'

Quinte 2 '

Tierce 1 '

Cymbale II

Cormorne 8'

Trompeta real 8'


Récit / Positif




Flûte harmonique 8'

Viole de Gambe 8'

Voix Céleste 8' c°

Principal 4'

Flûte octaviante 4'

Nazard 2 '

Octavin 2'

Tierce 1 '

Trompette harmonique 8'

Hautbois 8'

Voix humaine 8'






Flûte 16'

Flûte 8'

Soubasse 16'

Flûte bouchée 8'

Bombarde 16'

Trompette 8'


Grand-Orgue / Pédale

Positif / Pédale

Récit / Pédale


Esch an der Alzette (L)
Built in
Organ builder
Guido Schumacher
Stop list
III – P, 33