This organ was built by A. H. Casparini in 1721-1722. The organ had 9 stops. The stop-list in GOLOS (1992: 269) is cited from the original contract, which is literally cited on page 173-174. It is in Italian.
Try to read it aloud!
|Prinzipale di Stagno di 8 piedi in faciada|
|Coppell di legno di 8 Piedi|
|Quinta Denna di Piombo di 8 Piedi|
|Octava di Piombo di 4 Piedi|
|Flautino per la musicha 4 Piedi|
|Quinta di Piombo 3 piedi|
|Super Ottava di Piombo 2 Piedi|
|Mixtura di 233 Canne|
|Sesquialtera di Piombo 1 1/2 piede|
The "Quinta Denna" is especially named in the contract as a "Voca nova"
The "Flautino" was in "Ton di Camera" (Kammerton).
Unfortunately, I do not know what has become of this instrument.
The stoplist upon completion of the organ by A.H.Casparini in 1722 in modern language:
|Prinzipal||8 (from Fis)|
There exist some drawings made by A. H. Casparini. One of these could be for the Chapel-organ.