Santa Maria, Switerland

Estimated Release: Spring 2024

Build by:

Jakob Metzler (1904)

12 Stops



The late Gothic church consecrated to St. Maria is mentioned in 1450. In 1493, the nave is reconstructed, and the tower, built on a medieval foundation (14th century), is heightened. A new coat of paint in 1669 is noted, and in 1890, the tower receives a parapet and spire made of reinforced concrete. Renovations take place in 1904 and 1927 (renewal of Sgraffiti corners), followed by a restoration in 1989.


The Organ in S-chanf, built in 1904, is one of the last of its kind in Switzerland. With its 14 stops, it is a relatively small instrument but possesses a special characteristic. Each stop has its own soul, giving this organ a very delicate yet full sound. For example, the Bourdon 8' in the main manual has a very full sound and can, on its own, fill the church with volume. It is a Late Romantic organ built by the company Metzler, Opus 1, and the first pneumatic organ constructed by Metzler.


I. Hauptwerk

Principal 8'

Bordun 8'

Gambe 8'

Flöte 8'

Oktave 4'

Mixtur 2'2/3


Lieblich Gedackt 8'

Salicional 8'

Aeoline 8'

Traversflöte 4'


Subbass 16'

Technical Information

Memory Requirements (Lossless Compression)

For ranks labelled L/R, load these in Mono to save memory, this has no effect on the sound quality.

These requirements might vary slightly, allow about 2GB on top of this amount to calculate the minimum 

you should have installed on your computer for it to run without issues.