sprondel Posted February 23, 2006 Share Posted February 23, 2006 Let me chime in with another stoplist topic. In a medium size concert hall, with a limited budget and space: What kind of organ would you suggest? Here is my proposal. 29 stops, Great in front of the Swell box, Pedal soundboards on either side, turned by 90°. 61/32 notes. I. Great Violone 16' (1-12 8' + 5 1/3') Diapason 8' Bourdon 8' Flûte harmonique 8' Principal 4' Gemshorn 4' Twelfth 2 2/3' Fifteenth 2' Mounted Cornet III-V 2 2/3' Tromba 8' II and III, enclosed, alternating sliders* Bourdon 16' Diapason 8' Chimney flute 8' Gamba 8' Voix céleste 8' Principal 4' Hohl flute 4' Nason 2 2/3' Piccolo 2' 17th 1 3/5' Fourniture IV-VI 2' Basson 16' Trompette 8' Hautbois 8' Pedal Open wood 16' Violone 16' (Gt) Quint 10 2/3' Open wood 8' (16') Cello 8' Trombone 16' II/I, III/I, III/II I/P, II/P, III/P II/P 4', III/P 4' II/I 16' * alternating sliders: stops can be drawn to be played either on II or III. Tromba and Trombone should be on the heavy side. The Great chorus would be assertive but not loud, with pipes cut to length; the Swell Diapason and Principal could be slotted. The Basson would be not too timid, the Hautbois lean and elegant, the Trompette with a bit more fire. The Cornet should be of considerable strength. Any comments? Best, Friedrich Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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