Specifications

HW

8' Prinzipal
8' Rohrflöte
4' Oktave
2' Oktave
IV-V Mixtur
II Sesquialtera

RW

8' Holzgedeckt
4' Prinzipal
4' Spitzflöte
2' Flachflöte
III Scharf
8' Krummhorn

Ped.

16' Subbass
8' Prinzipal From HW
4' Oktave
II Rauschbass





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Quitessential Werkprinzip

During the 1960’s, 70’s, and 80’s, D. A. Flentrop was very active building beautiful instruments on classic principles. E. Power Biggs famously brought such an instrument to American in 1956 where it was installed in the then Germanic Museum (familiarly known as “The Busch”) at Harvard University. His series of recordings for Columbia Records, E. Power Biggs Plays Bach Organ Favorites, was the highest selling series of solo classical recordings at the time. An entire generation of American organists grew up with the sounds of the Flentrop organ in their ears. This elegant instrument will be a spectacular addition to the life of your church.

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Pertinent Details


Builder:
Flentrop
Date: 1971
Opus:
Approximate location:
Portztem, Netherlands
Asking price:
USD 145,000.00
Dimensions:
Height: 21.33 ft.
Width: 10.08 ft.
Depth: 8.75 ft.
Notes:
(Width is 169” and Depth is 144” including reservoir and motor including reservoir and motor.)