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Neobaroque Organ from Geneva [Back to Library]


Producer: Augustine's Virtual Organs
Builder: Grenzing
Country: Switzerland
Style: Baroque Organs
Manuals: 2
Software(s):
Requirements:
Pulled from producer site.
May not be 100% accurate.

VersionDescriptionBit RateCompressionLoopedChannelsAcousticsRAM Required
1 original 16 No Multiple 2 5 GB or Less
2 original 24 No Multiple 2 8 GB or Less
3 extended 16 No Multiple 4 10 GB or Less
4 extended 24 No Multiple 4 18 GB or Less
Date Built: 2001
Date Released: 2016
Commercial License:
Price Range:
(Starting Around)
$
Description: The Protestant Temple des Eaux-Vives was built by the architect Jacques-Louis Staple in 1842. It is neo-Gothic style with stained glass of the glass painters Jacques Wasem and John Graz. Two restorations were made in this place of worship in 1950, then in 1992.

The church's organ was built in 2001 by Gerhard Grenzing who is a famous German organ builder living in Barcelona. This is a typical North German Baroque organ.

Pedal (Orig.: 30 keys, Virtual: 32 keys)

Soubbasse 16'
Octave 8'
Octave 4', Choralbass 4'
Posaune 16'
Trompette 8'

Great (Orig.: 56 keys, Virtual: 58 keys)

Bourdon 16'
Principal 8'
Bourdon 8', Gambe 8'
Oktave 4' Flute conique 4'
Nasard 2 2/3'
Octave 2', Tieerce 1 3/5'
Mixture 4f
Cornet 3f (from C and from C#)
Trompette 8'

Positiv (Orig.: 56 keys, Virtual: 58 keys)

Quintaton 8', Flute a chem. 8'
Principal 4', Flute 4'
Flute 2', Sesquialtera 2f
Scharf 3f
Vox humana 8'
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# of users uploaded using organ:5
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Website:http://02.hauptwerk-augustine.info/Grenzing-Geneva-History/

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