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Similar - but slightly smaller....

 

PEDAL ORGAN

 

Sub Bass (Emp. Bdn.) 32

Contra Bass (W) 16

Open Diapason (M) 16

Violone (M) 16

Bourdon 16

Principal (M) 8

Violoncello (Emp.) 8

Stopped Flute (Emp.) 8

Fifteenth 4

Open Flute 4

Nachthorn 2

Mixture (19-22-26-29) IV

Contra Trombone (Emp.) 32

Bombarde 16

Trombone (W) 16

Clarion 8

Shawm 4

Kornett 2

Choir to Pedal

Great to Pedal

Swell to Pedal

Swell Octave to Pedal

 

CHOIR ORGAN

(Enclosed*)

 

Quintatön 16

Open Diapason 8

Violoncello 8*

Flûte à Pavillon 8*

Rohr Flöte 8

Salicional 8*

Unda Maris (CC) 8*

Prestant 4

Chimney Flute 4

Wald Flöte 4*

Nazard 2 2/3

Recorder 2

Tierce 1 3/5

Larigot 1 1/3

Flageolet 1

Cymbale (29-33-36) III

Corno di Bassetto 16*

Cromorne 8

Tremulant

Trompette Harmonique 8

Clairon Harmonique 4

Sub Octave

Swell to Choir

 

GREAT ORGAN

 

Double Open Diapason 16

Bourdon (Separate) 16

Open Diapason I 8

Open Diapason II 8

Stopped Diapason 8

Flauto Traverso 8

Octave 4

Principal 4

Flûte Harmonique 4

Nason Flute 4

Twelfth 2 2/3

Fifteenth 2

Mixture (19-22-26-29) IV

Sharp Mixture (22-26-29-33-36) V

Cornet (1-8-12-15-17: TG) V

Bass Trumpet 16

Posaune 8

Clarion 4

Choir to Great

Swell to Great

Solo to Great

Choir and GO Exchange

 

SWELL ORGAN

 

Contra Viola 16

Open Diapason 8

Voce Umana 8

Flûte Harmonique 8

Lieblich Gedeckt 8

Viole de Gambe 8

Voix Céleste (CC) 8

Octave 4

Suabe Flöte 4

Fifteenth 2

Sesquialtera (17-19/12-17) II

Mixture (15-19-22) III

Sharp Mixture (22-26-29-33) IV

Hautbois 8

Voix Humaine 8

Tremulant

Bassoon 16

Trumpet 8

Clarion 4

Sub Octave

Unison Off

Octave

 

COMBINATIONS

 

Pedal and GO Pistons Coupled

Pedal to Swell Pistons

Generals on Swell Foot Pistons

 

Clearly this one does not have mechanical action....

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Oh rats!

 

If one of the Moderators wishes to delete one of these duplicate posts - please could you leave the colour one? It makes the couplers, etc, easier to read.

 

Many thanks.

 

DONE - MANDER ORGANS

 

I have no idea why my stupid computer is saying everything twice. I have just installed a new graphics card and a new fan/heat sink-thingy (which necessitated removing the motherboard). However, I cannot see why that should make it do this.

 

Anyway - sorry for the double posting. Please reassure Brian Childs that I have not simply found another way of shouting on-line....

 

Cheers!

 

Stupid freaking 'puter.... :D

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My apologies - I was unaware that gentle amusement had been outlawed.

 

This is, of course, the Nuts and Bolts thread.

 

Whilst I agree that some posts (usually those containing schemes for impossibly large organs) have been somewhat pointless, I felt - as did Colin Harvey and one or two other contributors - that responding to some of the posts of Steve Bournias was, in effect, an olive-branch.

 

If, however, you were referring to my post regarding the duplication of my submissions - I had this happen previously. Since it took a little time to put certain stops in red and italics, I simply wished to ask the Moderator to keep that version. Quite why this should bother you is beyond my comprehension.

 

You are, of course, at liberty to refrain from reading those posts which look as if they might irritate you. After all, it is not as if there is a finite amount of space available for posting. In that case, there could be an argument for including only those posts which are of practical use - or scholarly content.

 

Why not begin a thread on a subject which is of interest to yourself?

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Guest paul@trinitymusic.karoo.co.uk

RUEKPOSITIV

 

METALGEDACKT8

QUINTADENA8

PRINZIPAL4

ROHRPFEIFE4

NACHTHORN2-2/3

OKTAVLEIN2

GEMSHORN2

TERZ1-3/5

SIFFLOTE1-1/3

OKTAV1

FLACHFLOTE1

OKTAVTERZ4/5

KLEINEMIXTUR-V-1-1/3

ZIMBEL-II-1/4

GLOCKENSPIEL-II-2/5

HOLZREGAL16

KRUMMHORN8

SCHALMEI4

 

 

 

Dear Steve,

Assuming (which might be silly) that the whole point of a Ruckpositiv is that it is in a small case behind the player and cantilevered out from a gallery, how large do you think this RP case would have to be if actually built? I've just done a quick rule of thumb calculation, and I think that this one will stick out quite a bit more than usual. I appreciate you have not specified an 8' Principal, but otherwise this is a considerably bigger RP than any I have ever encountered.

 

 

Of course, it is possible that you are just calling it Ruckpositiv - in which case, why exactly are you doing this?

 

P.

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GRANDORGUE

 

BOURDON16

MONTRE8

BOURDON8

FLUTEHARMONIQUE8

VIOLEDEGAMBE8

PRESTANT4

FLUTEAFUSEAU4

DOUBLETTE2

PLEINJEU-VI-2-2/3

BOMBARDE16

TROMPETTE8

CLAIRON4

GRANDCORNET-V-TF

RECIT-G.O.

POSITIF-G.O.

RECITEXPRESSIF

 

QUINTATON16

MONTRECONIQUE8

BOURDON8

FLUTETRAVERSIERE8

FLUTECELESTE8

VIOLONCELLE8

VOIXCELESTE8

VOIXEOLIENNE8

VOIXANGELIQUE8

FLUTEDOUCE8

FLUTEDOUCECLESTE8

PRESTANTCONIQUE4

FLUTEHARMONIQUE4

FLUTEMAGIQUE4

MAGIQUECELESTE4

DULCIANE4

UNDAMARIS4

NASRADHARMONIQUE2-2/3

OCTAVINHARMONIQUE2

TIERCEHARMONIQUE1-3/5

FOURNITURE-V-2

BOMBARDE16

TROMPETTEHARMPNIQUE8

HAUTBOIS8

VOIXHUMAINE8

CLAIRONHARMONIQUE4

TREMBLANT

POSITIF

 

SALICIONAL8

UNDAMARIS8

CORDENUIT8

CHAMOIS8

MONTRE4

FLUTEABIBERON4

NASARD2-2/3

PRESTANT2

QUARTE2

TIERCE1-3/5

LARIGOT1-1/3

SEPTIEME1-1/7

SIFFLET1

NEUVIEME8/9

PETITTIERCE4/5

PETITFOURNITURE-III-1-1/3

CYMBALE-III-1/2

JEUDECLOCHETTE-II-2/5

RANQUETTE16

PETITTROMPETTE8

CROMORNE8

CLARINETTE8

CHALUMEAU4

TREMBLANT

RECIT-POS

TROMPETTEENCHAMADE8

CLAIRONENCHAMADE4

PEDALE

 

QUINTATON32

CONTREBASSE16

SOUBASSE16

GROSSENASARD10-2/3

PRESTANT8

BOURDON8

GROSSETIERCE6-2/5

QUINTE5-1/3

GROSSESEPTIEME4-4/7

BASSEDECHORALE4

FLUTECRUESE4

GROSSENEUVIEME3-5/9

FOURNITURE-IV-2-2/3

CONTREBOMBARDE32

BOMBARDE16

BASSON16

TROMPETTE8

CORANGLAIS8

CLAIRON4

SOPRANO4

CLAIRONDOUBLETTE2

G.O.-PEDALE

RECIT-PEDALE

POSITIF-PEDALE

 

This one looks a little like 'Jean Gillou meets the C-C at S. Ouen, Rouen - and decides to re-arrange things....'

 

I would agree with Paul that the Positive is a bit large - the pipes will still need adequate space to speak, if only to avoid tuning problems - and afford the average-sized tuner reasonable access.

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