formerly attributed to Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687)
actually attributed to Jean-Baptiste Lœillet de Londres (1680-1730) in Lesson-2 (1712)
Here is the "3 Pieces in Em" (pour clavecin) on the extended version of Solignac.
The organ of Solignac probably dates from the beginning of the 17th century. It also comes from the Liège region in Belgium. It is an eight-foot organ, with eight stops and a tremant, a single 54-key keyboard and an 18-note pedal. The transmission is mechanical for notes and stops.
The organ sample set was recorded and produced by Sebastian Halas for Grand Orgue. It was taken over by AVO for a Hauptwerk version (like the original) and an extended version (3 keyboards and pedalboard).