The Buchholz organ in St.-Nikolai in Stralsund by Rogér van Dijkby Rogér van Dijk | Het ORGEL | Year 104 | (2008) | Issue 2
HetORGEL 104 (2008), nr. 2, 4-17 [summary]
In the oldest and richest church of Stralsund, St.-Nikolai, there wasalready a large organ in 1368. Around 1600 NicolausMaaß built a new organ, that deteriorated badly in the courseof the 18th century. In 1829 Carl August Buchholz(1796-1884) of Berlin made a proposal for the building of a new3-manual instrument, which was finished in 1841. Theinstrument was altered during the 19th and 20th centuries; in1933-1934 it was extensively renewed. During WW2 it was badlydamaged. It was rebuilt with important alterations. In the 90s it was decided to restore the organ to the situation of1841. The work began in 2003 and was completed in the fall of2006.
Stralsund, Nikolaikirche Photo: Jan Smelik
Stralsund,Nikolaikirche, Buchholz-orgel in 2008 Photo: Jan Smelik
Stralsund,Nikolaikirche, Buchholz-orgel 1955-2003 Photo: Volkmar Herre
Kronstadt(Brasow), Schwarze Kirche Buchholz-orgel Photo: OrgelbauwerkstattWegschneider
Barth,St. Marien Buchholz orgel Photo: Bernd Rickelt