Renatus Hauptwerk Chamber Organ

This is a chamber organ that uses sampled baroque organs from a computer and reproduces their sound through two speakers. It is very adaptable and one can select from several organs from different countries to suit the repertoire you perform.

There are six stops which usually are 8’ and 4’ diapasons, 8’ and 4’ flutes, 2’ principal and a quint, but these can be re-programmed as required. The pitch and volume can be easily changed and there is a wide range of temperaments available.

The organ comes in two sizes. One can be stood at to play or use a high stool, the other is shorter so that a harpsichord can be placed on top.

The organ was designed by Paul Kuzan at Romsey Organ Works and built by Renatus Organs with Colin Peacock.

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