french amateur Posted November 18, 2007 Share Posted November 18, 2007 Dear all; here are two links to the specifications of two organs built or to be built in the south of France. I hope you'll appreciate the very innovative side of those instruments. At last something not looking like a Danion-Gonzalès or a Silbermann. Not that the organs built by Quoirin (Evreux, le Touquet) or Aubertin (Saint Louis en l'Île) are bad ones. They are very good indeed, but I mean it's 50 years Victor Gonzalès is dead, not talking about François Bedos de Celles or Andreas Silbermann... The organ in the Temple du Salin, in Toulouse, has been opened in september 2005, and it's a beautifull intrument, very versatile, with a lot more potential than it's 28 stops would let assume. http://dermogloste.viabloga.com/news/l-org...in-a-toulouse-4 and the one in Urrugne parish church will be even more interesting, in my opinion : http://orgue.free.fr/urrugne.pdf M Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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