The Vouvry organ in the canton of Valais in Switzerland was built by Jean-Baptiste Carlen around 1822.
The link to obtain the sample set of Vouvry for Hautpwerk is
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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
He began his musician life by studying the organ ...
There are some scores written for the organ: preludes, fugues, trios and some pieces for mechanical clock-organ ...
Some instrumental pieces can be adapted and played on the organ with happiness.
For the catalog of Beethoven's works, there are several classification systems: Opus - WoO - Hess - (and others)
Many scores in the IMLSP library
Here is the:
"Adagio : Sonate 14 Clair de lune"
My adaptation for the organ ...
The right hand plays the solo part on the 16-foot Cornet, therefore one octave lower; this effect is very interesting.
The left hand plays the accompaniment.
The pedal plays the bass.
The "Cornet 16" does not go down the lower half of the keyboard.
So I have a small registration problem at the end of the song.