Indeed, Eric; I'd add that this organ might well have signed the end
of the Neo-baroque period, i.e., a "baroque" style that is not a true
Now we can build credible organ after a variety of styles. It is to be hoped
that Go-art and others continue to gather the knowledge about those styles
we need to preserve them all, and have them represented worldwide, in just
the quantity necessary to "train our ears", to learn to appreciate and enjoy them
all. And to get rid of the changing fashions that have been so destructive in the past
-up to nearly the present-.
I add an example.
Here is a reed stop that is the opposite to the british late-romantic ones: a Dulzaina
....And it is exactly as precious and worthwhile.