Ladach Instruments Pipeorgans and Pianos

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  • data
    Year of construction
    1983
    number of manuals
    1
    manuals
    C-f'''
    system
    mechanical
    stop action mechanism
    mechanical
    Register
    4
    Principle-base
    2
    height
    195 cm
    width
    120 cm
    depth
    75 cm
  • disposition

    8'
    4'
    2'
    1 1/3'

  • couplers

    devided sliders
    A415/A440

  • remarks

    This instrument is particularly popular with The Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra, with whom it has travelled all over Europe and taken part in many recordings and concerts of both the Baroque and Classical eras. When not on hire elsewhere, it lives in the famous Archer church of St John's Smith Square which has been converted into a concert hall. It is a sister instrument of the Peabody Institute organ but the scaling and voicing are slightly different. The casework decoration has earned this instrument the nick-name "Raspberry Ripple" amongst the musicians of England.

    The instrument can be transposed to A415 (baroque pitch) whereby, unusually, the low C is retained. It can and often is tuned to A430 for music of the classical era. All stops divide at middle C which affords the instrument extra flexibility. In order to be transported, the top lifts off the bottom. The winding is traditional with a hinged bellows in the base.

€24.500 incl. 19% VAT; shipping not included;

Impressum/Imprint

Andreas Ladach
Instrumente Ladach
Arrenberger Str. 10
42117 Wuppertal, Germany

Tel.: +49 (2 02) 43 51 74
Fax: +49 (2 02) 43 55 70
E-Mail: http://www.gebrauchtorgel.eu/de/kontakt

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