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Yes, I've played it; it's not 'to be' installed, it's aready in and has been for some months now. It's very fine indeed - visually and sonically. It's in a purpose built music room with top notch acoustic design. More than that it's up to the owners to tell you, but I'll let them know it's been spotted.....

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sjf1967: I have two questions, which do not ask you to divulge ‘sensitive’ info.

 

What does the Dulcineau sound like ? Do you know if there are any plans to release recordings of this wonderful looker – even if just on YouTube ?

 

This must be one of the largest organs built for private clients in recent years. I am sure members will be able to expand on this.

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Dulcineau (Dulcimeau. perhaps - I think NPOR may be wrong with this name) - as I recall (it was some months ago and I had a lively toddler with me) it's quite a gentle register. A fuller version of a Voix Humaine maybe, quite 'vocal' in conception.

Recordings - I think I can say that this is not entirely out of the question. But it won't be for quite a while yet.

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Thank you, sjf1967. I’d assumed it was more Cromorne-esque, to complement the mainly French Baroque/Classical specification. Especially since there’s a Voix Humaine on the Positif.

 

And, I’ve just noticed by zooming: is there some kind of swelling device on the right hand side, above the pedal-board ?

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