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ajsphead

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  1. Have encountered clamps made from MDF, but I don't suppose anyone has been silly enough to (try to) build a soundboard out of it. On the other hand I can think of a material used which was thoroughly non-inert, or should that be "ert". Would be interested to know how many chipboard soundboards are still going strong. AJS
  2. We used to use it regularly as part of a cycle of 4 different settings. Always popular and the choir enjoyed singing it. Tried to introduce it at my next church but failed as it was not the vicar's idea. Would gladly re-introduce it. AJS
  3. Ah well, in for a penny, in for a pound. It snowed again here this morning, and I'm the only one who's managed to get in so far. GREAT Bourdon 16 with quintathon trebles Principal 8 Gedeckt 8 Octave 4 Rohr Flute 4 Super Octave 2 Sesquialtera 12 17 II Mixture 19 22 26 29 IV-VI Tremulant Sub Octave SWELL Gemshorn 8 Celeste 8 Tapered Principal 4 Principal 2 Sharp Mixt. 22 26 29 33 IV Basson 16 Trompette 8 Hautbois 8 Tremulant Octave Sub Octave PEDAL Principal 16 Subbass 16 Octave 8 wooden/bearded Bourdon 8 Choral Bass 4 Fagott 32 1/2 length wooden Posaune 16 wooden and if it was 30 stops rather than 30 ranks add CHOIR Holzgedeckt 8 Salicional 8 Principal 4 Koppel Flute 4 Nazard 2 2/3 Octave 2 bright Krummhorn 8 Trompette Harmonique 8 Tremulant Usual 6 couplers Assisted mechanical action Choir bracketed out in front, Swell behind, Great above Swell with no roof, Pedals in sides. Slight transient attack permitted Heavy metal with a high lead content, hammered. AJS
  4. Ah well, in for a penny, in for a pound. It snowed again here this morning, and I'm the only one who's managed to get in so far. GREAT Bourdon 16 with quintathon trebles Principal
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