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A New Modular Pipe Organ

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Moretti Candotti:
I recently stumbled across a post on the Toulouse les Orgues Facebook page about a proposal for a new portable pipe organ called L'orgue L'Explorarateur. The organ will have a modular design (similar to the Orgue du Voyage), and will consist of 30 stops derived from 12 ranks of pipes. The construction of this organ is intended to begin later this the year, and should be completed by next year. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNjCR1yVCj4

1. Bourdon 32′ 16′ 8′ 4′
2. Principal 8′ 4′ 2 2/3′ 2′ 1 1/3′
3. Flûte d’orchestre 8′ et Flûte harmonique 4′ 2′ 1′
4. Flûte traversière en bois 8′ 
5. Salicional 8′ 4 
6. Viole 8′
7. Nasard 5 1/3′ 2 2/3′ 1 1/3′
8. Tierce 3 1/5′ 1 3/5′
9. Trompette 8′ 4′
10. Ophicléide 16′
11. Clarinette 8′
12. 13. Physarmonica 8′


David Pinnegar:
How brilliant and inspiring!

Thanks so much for bringing this news

Best wishes

David P

Moretti Candotti:
Thanks, I think it will be interested in seeing how this organ will be used when it is completed.

I had also came across another modular pipe organ under construction called L'Orgue Gulliver. It has a rather interesting swell box for the trumpet rank.

https://www.facebook.com/LOrgue-Gulliver-102266285286708/?ref=page_internal

revtonynewnham:
Hi

Looks like they've reinvented the "Nags Head" swell box!

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