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Bruckner Organ

St. Florian, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • Suitable for groups

Bruckner organ listening experience
25 min. concert daily except Tues. and Sat. from mid-May - mid-October at 2.30 pm Stiftsbsilika
The Bruckner organ, equipped with 4 manuals, 103 stops and 7389 organ pipes, is known far beyond the borders of the country.

It was built between 1770 and 1774 by the Ljubljana priest and organ builder Franz Xaver Chrisman
and named in 1930 after the former Florian choirboy, teacher and organist
teacher and organist Anton Bruckner.

Anton Bruckner, the "composer of God", is buried under the famous Bruckner organ in the Augustinian canons' monastery of St Florian.

Organ concerts:
St. Florian Organ Spring

  • Registration required

Closing day
  • Tuesday
  • Saturday
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  • Suitable for groups

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Bruckner Organ
Stiftstraße 1
4490 St. Florian

Phone +43 7224 890210
Fax machine +43 7224 890260
E-Mail info@stift-st-florian.at
Web www.stift-st-florian.at

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