John Sayer Posted August 4, 2006 Share Posted August 4, 2006 Some of you may know that the famous Ladegast/Sauer instrument in the Nikolaikirche in Leipzig was completely rebuilt and enlarged to VP/102 by Eule of Bautzen in 2004, the cost being met by the Porsche firm who established a factory near Leipzig after re-unification. Porsche engineers had a big hand in the ergonomic design of the console - hence the curved brushed steel jambs, 'speedometer' dials for the registration aids and blower switch on the left, like the ignition in the Porsche cars. The only snag with design seems to be that (lady) recitalists who use hand-cream leave awkward-to-remove finger marks on the stop jambs. See Nikolai - Leipzig JS Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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