An 18th Century English Chamber Organ Replica.
The case is dark stained oak and mahogany in a style made famous by 18th Century English organbuilder John Snetzler (1710-1785)
The facade pipes are of the traditional pipe alloy, and are gilded in 23 karat gold leaf (which was a common practice back then).
Split manual concept, anything below tenor C is the Bass, anything above tenor C to the end of the manual is Treble.
(This concept was used in lieu of a pedalboard which did not show up in English organs until the early 19th century)
The organ has thirteen speaking stops (seven for the treble) and (six for the bass), the fourteenth stop is used to activate the blower.
The instrument also features a sheet music rack, and brass sheet music rack light.
This organ is Ideal for the music of John Stanley, Henry Purcell etc.
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