|Producer:||Augustine's Virtual Organs|
Pulled from producer site.
May not be 100% accurate.
|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)
Octave 4', Choralbass 4'
Great (Orig.: 56 keys, Virtual: 58 keys)
Bourdon 8', Gambe 8'
Oktave 4' Flute conique 4'
Nasard 2 2/3'
Octave 2', Tieerce 1 3/5'
Cornet 3f (from C and from C#)
Positiv (Orig.: 56 keys, Virtual: 58 keys)
Quintaton 8', Flute a chem. 8'
Principal 4', Flute 4'
Flute 2', Sesquialtera 2f
Vox humana 8'
|# of uploads with organ:||15|
|# of users uploaded using organ:||5|
Aria Sebaldina from Hexachordum Apollinus (Popup Player)
Prelude and fugue in b minor BWV 544 (Popup Player)
Six Preludes for organ No. 1 - Andante (Popup Player)
Grenzing Organ from Geneva again on HW5 (Popup Player)