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Musaion Pipe Organ

 

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The organ in the Musaion Concert Hall was built by Erwin Fehrle in 1977. It is a mechanical-action instrument consisting of 2 659 pipes over three manuals and Pedal with 37 registers. The registration action is electronic. The organ was designed by the famous South African organ pedagogue, Prof Stephanus Zondagh. The intonation was doen by Jan Roeleveld.

 

Specifications

Hoofwerk

Gedekpommer 16’

Prinispaal 8’

Spitsfluit 8’

Oktaaf 4’

Roerfluit 4’

Kwint 2 2/3’

Superoktaaf 2’

Mikstuur 1 1/3’ IV-VI

Swelwerk

Harpprinsipaal 8’

Roerfluit 8’

Vox Celeste 8’

Prinsipaal 4’

Blokfluit 4’

Nasard 2 2/3’

Fluit 2’

Terts 1 1/3’

Skerp 1’ IV-V

Dulsiaan 16’

Hobo 8’

Tremulant

Rugpositief

Gedek 8’

Prestant 4’

Koppelfluit 4’

Prinsipaal 2’

Kwint 1 1/3’

Sesquialter II

Simbel 2/3’ III

Kromhoring 8’

Tremulant

Pedaal

Prinsipaal 16’

Subbas 16’

Oktaaf 8’

Gedek 8’

Koraalbas 4’

Naghoring 2’

Mikstuur 2’ V

Basuin 16’

Skalmei 4’

Koppelaars

SW-HW, RP-HW, SW-RP, HW-PED, RP-PED, SW-PED

 

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