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  • Diego Cera - Organ Builder in the Phillipines

    I thought this might interest a few of you.

    http://dcob.diegocera.com/

    This company makes a few models of small pipe organs suitable for homes or studios.

    Shipping from the Phillipines might be a deal breaker though, as most of their customers are local to them and I have no idea what it would cost to ship a whole organ (even if dismantled) to the US, Europe or Australia. Their larger models in particular would be well-suited to a small church!



    And there is even a YouTube clip which gives you an idea of what their work sounds like:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwc8f2w1wsk&NR=1
    Martin Hartley
    Choral Scholar at St Patrick's Cathedral, Parramatta, Australia
    Student at Campion College, Australia
    Assistant Organist at St Margaret Mary's Catholic Church, Merrylands, Australia

    The Novice Organist: http://noviceorganist.blogspot.com.au

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    If the forum moderators think it appropriate, perhaps this thread should be moved to home organ area.
    Martin Hartley
    Choral Scholar at St Patrick's Cathedral, Parramatta, Australia
    Student at Campion College, Australia
    Assistant Organist at St Margaret Mary's Catholic Church, Merrylands, Australia

    The Novice Organist: http://noviceorganist.blogspot.com.au

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    • #3
      I would love to have one of these as a small chapel organ!

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      • #4
        I would like the one on the left (2/10) but in a case more like the one on the right (only 2/7). I particularly want a reed stop on the Great.
        Martin Hartley
        Choral Scholar at St Patrick's Cathedral, Parramatta, Australia
        Student at Campion College, Australia
        Assistant Organist at St Margaret Mary's Catholic Church, Merrylands, Australia

        The Novice Organist: http://noviceorganist.blogspot.com.au

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hartleymartin View Post
          And there is even a YouTube clip which gives you an idea of what their work sounds like:

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwc8f2w1wsk&NR=1
          That has to be as gruesome sounding chest of whistles as I have ever heard! :o

          And I used to wonder why so many new organ installations in Australia and New Zealand were contracted from the other side of the world from Canadian companies like Casavant and Letourneau . . . . :-P
          2008: Phoenix III/44

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