Guest email@example.com Posted August 1, 2006 Share Posted August 1, 2006 Looking at today's posting of the specification of the new Kuhn organ being built for Jesus College, Cambridge, (a substantial two-manual) I can't help thinking that future scholars are going to be somewhat stuck when they attempt to learn a lot of major repertoire. In my experience, much material - not just 19th and 20th century - requires three manuals. I accept that you can't have everything where funds or space are limited. If the decision is to go with two manuals, why not provide a coupler manual (as at Magdalen Oxford and others) which would give three manual practice and additional flexibility? What do others think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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