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Skoyen

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Good quality three manual pipe organ wanted
« on: October 28, 2016, 05:16:41 PM »
Hi everyone

We're looking for a good quality medium sized IIIP versatile instrument, preferably 40-50 stops.  An excellent home provided for the right instrument, to be included in our exciting redevelopment project; any thoughts?

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Re: Good quality three manual pipe organ wanted
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2016, 07:02:39 PM »
Hi!

I saw your ad regarding a pipe organ.  I have a Moller, designed by Richard Whitelegg in 1938, I think.  It was releathered by the factory in 1974 when a new con'sole was installed by Moller.  It is 3 manuals, 27 ranks, with an English Drawknob console.  It is currently in dry storage and is easily accessible and movable.  The organ has a 16'  , 16' gemshorn, 16' Double Open, 16' Bourdon and 16' Leiblich Gedeckt.  The organ is rich with strings and celests, Vox Humana, Cornopean, Oboe, Trumpet and clarinet.  There is a set of chimes and a 49 note harp.

If you want more information, you can email me directly at Victorgan@aol.com or (perferred) call at 330-792-1321.

Vic

 


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