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  • 1680 St. Peter and Paul Schnitger (HAUPTWERK)
    1 November 2019
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    1680 St. Peter & Paul Schnitger Organ

    P2P | 01 November 2019 | 1.61 GB

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    Located in Cappel, Germany this Schnitger is considered by experts, musicologists and organists alike, to be the most well preserved and best sounding Arp Schnitger organ in the world today. Built in the North German style, the organ is ideal for playing larger baroque works, including those of Bach, Lubeck and Buxtehude as well as works from the Renaissance period.

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  • Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ v4.2.1.003 x86 x64 WiN
    1 November 2019
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    Hauptwerk v4.2.1.003 WiN

    P2P | 01 November 2019 | 2.32 GB

    The King of All Virtual Instruments

    Hauptwerk is state-of-the-art virtual instrument software for Macs and PCs bringing the world’s best pipe organs within reach of musicians everywhere. Used for study and practice by professional and amateur organists, organ enthusiasts, and organ students, Hauptwerk is the world’s leading virtual pipe organ software providing high-resolution audio and unparalleled flexibility in MIDI interfacing with digital organ consoles and pro-audio applications.

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  • PUSZTASZABOLCS PIPE ORGAN SAMPLES (HAUPTWERK)
    2 November 2018
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    PUSZTASZABOLCS PIPE ORGAN

    P2P | 01 November 2018 | 5.6 GB

    Pusztaszabolcs (PSZ) Pipe Organ Samples is a 17-stop baroque virtual pipe organ, chromatically sampled at 192 kHz stop-by-stop, with full velocity sensitivity. The 1778 Pazicky organ, located at R.C. St. Imre of Pusztaszabolcs, was restored in 2002 and it is the largest preserved baroqe organ in Hungary. The virtual Pusztaszabolcs pipe organ financially supports the original instrument.

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  • The Forcalquier Organ Model V.2 (1627-2000) Hauptwerk WAV
    7 November 2016
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    The Forcalquier Organ Model V.2

    (1627-2000) Hauptwerk WAV

    P2P | Oct 30, 2013 | 5.53 GB

    The history of the organ in the church of Forcalquier is very turbulent and only a part of the material remained from the baroque period, from the original organ. Most of it comes from a 19th and 20th century restorations. The cathedral in a small and picturesque French city called Forcalquier had a small organ with 9 stops built by Pierre Marchand in 1627. It is said that during the time of the Revolution, the church and the organ served for the embellishments of the feasts of the new regime. In 1803, the Christian worship was restored in the church. Half a century later, Prosper Antoine Moitessier rebuilt the organ completely, reusing also the ancient material. The Grand orgue had now 22 stops, a Récit expressif (enclosed in a swell-box) and Pedal with 4 stops. The organbuilders Cavaillé-Coll – Mutin made further reconstruction in 1932. They extended the pedal board range and changed the action to the pneumatic one.

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  • Cembalo Ruckers Model HAUPTWERK
    6 November 2016
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    Cembalo Ruckers Model HAUPTWERK

    P2P | 20 January 2016 | 3.19 GB

    Two manual cembalo was built after the 1624 Johannes Ruckers model, which is kept in Musée Unterlinden (formerly belonged to the family de Sade and was kept at the Chateau de Conde, Condé-en-Brie). The Flemish cembalo is solid in construction, colorful in tone with a rich resonance. The Flemish makers were apparently the first to build two-manual harpsichords after 1600. The workshop of Ruckers is credited to build probably the most perfect harpsichords ever and it sets the benchmark for harpsichordists and harpsichord makers even today.

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  • Santanyi v2 HAUPTWERK
    6 November 2016
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    Santanyi v2 HAUPTWERK

    P2P | 2015.10.03 | 5.3 GB

    The two manual organ with 40 divided ranks of Jordi Bosch is a real gem among the Mallorcan organs. Its monumental and splendidly decorated facade (by Fra Albert Borguny) resembles the imperial pomposity of the time and adds to the brilliant sound of its stops. The organ of Santanyi is one of the best preserved works of Jordi Bosch. It has a rich “Trompeteria” composed of 9 ranks of horizontal trumpets, so typical for the Iberian organbuilding school. It spreads its sound to every corner of the church thanks to the fan-shaped (radial) spacing of the trumpets: Baixon faces the east, the Trompa magna the west. The Trompa reial occupies the central position of the Trompeteria. Above the head of the organist there are two ranks of horizontally positioned reed stops with short resonators: Regalies and Dolcaina. The Grand Orgue is built on a wide 16 feet Principal (Flautat maior) which gives sonorous and warm sound to the pleno.

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