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  • New here...how does this stoplist sound?

    Just being creative...fooling around with different with different stoplists: here's what I envision in a Schlicker/Holtkamp spare style console (do those have a lid or some kind of cover , to keep dust away? Always wondered that.)

    --Pedalorgel--

    16'Prinzipal
    8' Octav
    4' Octav
    Mixtur 2
    16'Posaune
    8' Trommet
    4' Schalmei


    --Hauptwerke--

    8' Prinzipal
    8' Rohrflöte
    4' Octav
    4' Spitzflöte
    2' Superoctav
    Mixtur 2
    16'Dulzian
    8' Trommet


    --Oberwerke--

    8' Gedackt
    8' Spitzflöte
    4' Octav
    4' Rohrflöte
    2' Gemshorn
    Nasat 1 1/3'
    Scharf (not sure how this works)
    Sesquialtera (not sure how this works)
    8' Krummhorn


    --Brustwerke--

    8' Holzgedackt
    4' Blockflöte
    2' Prinzipal
    1' Sifflöte
    8' Vox Humana
    Tremulant


    Any comments are welcome!


  • #2
    Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

    I have a Holtkamp console I will be installing on my Reuter pipe organ in the next few months.

    It is built VERY well. But no dust cover, everything is open.


    I like that stoplist, I might add a string and would add a 16' bourdon on the pedals though for a good basic / general pedal stop that blends well.

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    • #3
      Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

      Just my take on the thing:
      - pedal:
      drop the 4' schalmei
      add a choralbass 4'

      - hauptwerk
      you're going to miss some aliquotes, put in at least a 2 2/3
      I would exchange the 16' for a second reed

      - oberwerk
      drop the 8' flute
      add a 2 2/3 and 1 3/5 (so you can have a cornet) (you could drop the sesquialter then)
      (sharf is a kind of mixture, but normally based on 1' sounds rather sharp, so the name and you won't use it very often)

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      • #4
        Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

        Too German!
        Mike

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        • #5
          Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

          Not german enough!!

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          • #6
            Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

            Too german

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            • #7
              Re: New here...how does this stoplist sound?

              the 4' Octav on the Oberwerk should be called Principal, as it is obvious that this division is scaled in 4' pitch.

              the pitches of the Sesquialtera are 2 2/3 and 1 3/5

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