jueves, 17 de octubre de 2013


I Grand-Orgue C-g 3

1Bourdon16 '
2Bourdon8 '
3Montre8 'C
4Flûte harmonique8 '
5Salicional8 '
6Prestant4 'C
Recit expressif II C-g 3

7Bourdon Flûte harmonique8 'C
8Viol8 '
9Céleste8 'C
10thFlûte octaviante4 '
11thNazard2 / 3 '
12thOctavin2 'C
13thCymbale III
14thTrompette8 'C
15thBasson-Hautbois8 'C
Pédale C-f 1

16thBourdon (= No. 1)16 '
17thBourdon (= No. 1)8 '

Couplers: II / I (as Suboktavkoppel),
II / II (Superoktavkoppel), I / P II /
NoteC = Register of Cavaillé-Coll

 The organ of St. Trophimus goes back to an instrument that was built in 1872 by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll with 7 stops on one manual. The organ was transformed in 1925 by the organ builder Convers and enlarged to 15 stops on two manuals and pedal. The instrument has mechanical tracker action with Barker machines
St Trophimus d'Arles
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