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Español: Órgano tubular de la iglesia colegial de Poznan, Poznan, Polonia. El órgano fue elaborado por el prestigioso organista Friedrich Ladegast entre 1872 y 1876. El ejemplar tiene 2579 tubos, la mayoría de los cuales son de una valiosa aleación de estaño, mientras que la madera es de pícea, abedul y abeto siberiano. La espléndida cubierta está cubierta de esculturas de ángeles tocando instrumentos musicales. La iglesia colegial, formalmente conocida como la iglesia parroquial de Poznan de San Estanislao el Obispo y el Martir, se construyó entre 1651 y 1701 (y finalizada en aprox. 1750), está situada cerca de la Antigua Plaza del Mercado de Poznan, y es uno de los edificios barrocos más destacados de Polonia.
English: Pipe organ of the Poznań Collegiate Church, Poland. The organ was made by the famous German organ builder Friedrich Ladegast between 1872 and 1876. The piece has 2579 pipes, most of which are made of high value tin alloy and valuable species of trees like: spruce, birch and Siberian fir. The splendid neo-Regency organ case is decorated with sculptures of angels playing musical instruments. The Collegiate church, formaly Poznań Parish church of Saint Stanisław The Bishop and The Martyr, was built in the years 1651-1701 (and completed around 1750), is located near the Old Market Square in Poznań, and is one of the most impressive Baroque sacral edifices in Poland.
Português: Órgão da Basílica Colegiada de Poznań, Polônia. O órgão foi construído pelo renomado organeiro alemão Friedrich Ladegast entre 1872 e 1876. O exemplar tem 2579 tubos, a maioria deles são valiosos feitos com liga de estanho, e sua madeira é de pícea, bétula e abeto siberiano. Ele é todo revestido com esculturas de anjos tocando instrumentos musicais.
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English: Pipe organ of the Poznań Collegiate Church, Poland. The organ was made by the famous German organ builder Friedrich Ladegast between 1872 and 1876. The piece has 2579 pipes, most of which are made of high value tin alloy and valuable species of trees like: spruce, birch and Siberian fir. The splendid neo-Regency organ case is decorated with sculptures of angels playing musical instruments. The Collegiate church, formaly Poznań Parish church of Saint Stanisław The Bishop and The Martyr, was built in the years 1651-1701 (and completed around 1750), is located near the Old Market Square in Poznań, and is one of the most impressive Baroque sacral edifices in Poland.

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