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Positivo da studio G. Pinchi [Back to Library]

Producer: Andrea Bonzi
Builder: Guido Pinchi
Country: Italy
Manuals: 2
Pedalboard: No
Audio Ouput:
Date Built: 1977


The small positive built by Guido Pinchi in 1977 falls into the category of room organs: the freshness of intonation is combined with the possibility of having two 58-note keyboards and a pedalboard of 30 pedals equipped with the 16 'Subbass, offering the possibility of dealing almost all the classical repertoire.

The two manuals have a contrasting and balanced character: both are based on the 8 'Flute a Camino, which in the original organ is made common to both through a double register strip.

The transmission, entirely mechanical, is of the suspended type for the manuals, referring to the pedal board; the maestro soundboard, the only one for the two keyboards, is a stick. The Subbasso's accessory is a direct type. The fact that the organ is placed in a small room implies a very reduced reverberation: the answer is very ready, very suitable for the study and very natural even in the reproduction for Hauptwerk.

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