Chest-organ

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Built for Carsten Bonneman and Katharina Pistor New York

Specification

Holpijp 8’ Oak
Fluit 4’ Bass, pine
Treble, oak
Transposition keyoard 415/440
Compass: C,D-c3

The organ can be played with pumped or motor wind.

Recordings

Wiliam Walond (1725-1770) - Voluntary
John Keeble 1711-1786 - Diapason Movement
This recording the builder plays the organ with pumped wind.

Continuo organ

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The case of this chamber organ is modelled on the furniture style of the late 17th century.
The case is made of oak, the carvings feature acanthus leaves.

Specification

Holpijp 8’ oak
Fluit 4’ Bass, stopped oak pipes
Treble, open pipes of pearwood
Compass: C,D-c3
Dimensions: height: 101 cm, width: 91 cm, depth: 51 cm

The organ’s sound carries extremely well, due to the wide scaling employed for both flutes.
The lower keys are made of boxwood, the upper keys of ebony.