John Sayer Posted February 8, 2006 Share Posted February 8, 2006 The latest edition of Choir & Organ contains an article on the new Hellmuth Wolff organ for Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, BC. The wind system is described as follows: The organ's wind is raised by a single low-speed blower located in the tower room. It feeds a primer bellows behind the main organ and branches out to feed five parallel-fold bellows places in the underpart and to either side of the organ beneath the choir risers. The character of the wind may be modified through the use of winkers..." Winkers? Could someone enlighten me please? It may be Canadian parlance for something we know by another name, but I'm intigued nonetheless. JS Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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