Giorgio Carli organ builder

OPUS 91
a JEWEL FOR SALE
THE CARLI-BONATTI
PIPE ORGAN

This organ is inspired by the works of Giuseppe Bonatti (1668-1752), the most famous organ builder of the Veronese-Garda school (area near the city of Verona and around the Garda Lake - Northern Italy) in the eighteenth century, famous for having melted the severe sound of the Northern European taste with the sweetness and lyricism of the Italian organs sound.

Op. 91 is inspired by the organ of the Sanctuary of Santa Maria in Valverde, Brescia built by Giuseppe Bonatti in 1713.

Opus 91 - 2008

Manuals: CD1 - d5 (50 keys)
Pedal: CD1 - d3 (26 pedals)

Lower Manual (I)
PRINCIPALE b/s 8’
OTTAVA 4’
QUINTADECIMA 2’
DECIMANONA 1’1/3
VIGESIMASECONDA 1’
FLAUTO IN VIII b/s 4’
FLAUTO IN XII b/s 2’2/3
CORNETTA REALE b/s 1’3/5

Upper Manual (II)
PRINCIPALE IN ECO b/s 8’
FLAUTO IN VIII b/s 4’
FLAUTO IN XII s 2’2/3
FRAZOLE’ b/s 2’
TROMBONCINI b/s 8’

Pedal
SUBBASSO 16’

Couplers: II - I; I - PED; II - PED
Bass/Treble c3 - c#3

Measures: cm 260 x 290 x 129 (width x height x depth).
The instrument is on inside rollers and moves back and forth.

L'organaro Giorgio Carli presenta una delle sue creazioni, l'opus 91

Instrument constructive details video

Demonstrative assembly of the instrument
at the maker's home.

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ADDRESS

Giorgio CARLI - bottega organaria
Via Ponte 118/E
I - 37026 Pescantina (Verona)