English chamber organ
Based on an anonymous Seventeenth Century instrument currently located in Cannon’s Ashby House, Northamptonshire, England, this organ features pipes of pine and oak.  It is a true house organ in that its tone does not overpower the listener or player in small settings.  It is the perfect accompanying instrument for the viola da gamba.
Range: C-c’’’ (49 notes)
   8’ Stopped Diapason
   4’ Principal
   2’ Fifteenth (divided treble/bass)

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