Choir organ

The mid-18th-century choir organ is installed within the right side gallery of the chancel. The instrument was undoubtedly constructed by organ builders from Loket, presumably by the workshop of Leopold Burkhardt. The organ originally had seven voices and had no pedal. The pedal, with a range of twelve notes and the standard 18-key repeat action, was supplied only in the 19th century, together with further changes in the instrument´s specification. In 1981 repair and renovation work was carried out by the Krnov organ factory. At the present time its mechanical action as well as its original slider windchests make the instrument suited for authentic-style interpretation of Baroque works.