CASTELLANZA (Italy) – S. Giulio

THE NEW ORGAN

Our first neo-symphonic instrument, and a new tonal concept in its own right. Its rich, powerful foundation stops and colourful reeds create an experience much more akin to the French symphonic school than Italian classicism.

The organ has mechanical action for keyboards and pedal, which includes sub-octave and super-octave couplers in true symphonic style. The stop action is electric.

DISPOSITION

2 keyboards of 58 keys (C-a)
pedalboard with 30 pedals (C-f)

Keyboard  I – Gr. Organ
1. Principale 16′
2. Principale 8′
3. Flauto  8′
4. Gamba 8′
5. Ottava 4′
6. Quinta 2.2/3′
7. Superottava 2′
8. Ripieno 4/6 file
9. Cornetto 4 file
10. Tromba 8′
Union
1. I 8 Ped
2. II 8 Ped
3. II 8 I
4. II 16 I
5. II 4 I
Keyboard II – Recit. Espr.
11. Quintadena 16′
12. Bordone 8′
13. Viola 8′
14. Flauto ottaviante 4′
15. Principale 4′
16. Nazardo 2.2/3′
17. Ottavino 2′
18. Terza 1.3/5′
19. Forniture 3/5 file 8′
20. Tromba armonica  8′
21. Hautbois 8′
22. Voce Celeste 8′
Tremolo

 

Pedal
23. Contrabasso 16′
24. Subbasso 16′
25. Basso 8′
26. Flauto 8′
27. Corno 4′
28. Trombone 16′
FROM THE INAUGURATION CONCERT
TOCCATA (H. Higgs) – Giancarlo Parodi

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