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The current organ system in Munich Cathedral consists of two instruments built in 1993/1994 by the organ-building company Jann from Allkofen. The facade is based on the Stellwagen organ of St. Mary’s Church in Stralsund (northern Germany) and translates its formal language into modernity. The main organ has 95 stops on four manuals and pedal as well as two consoles: a mechanical one in the classical position behind the Rückpositiv and an electric one on the main gallery below. The choir organ with its 36 stops on three manuals can also be played from these consoles. A special stop of the organ is the Horn 8‘ reed stop in the Hauptwerk.

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