Opus 11

1989


University of California

Berkeley, California


This organ was carefully built in the style of late seventeenth-century organs

made in the area of Zaragoza, Spain.


Manual

    Flautado Mayor de 13        8’

    Octava                                4’

    Docena                          2-2/3’

    Quincena                            2’

    Lleno IV

    Címbala III

    Violón                                8’

    Tapadillo                           4’

    Nasardo en 12a            2-2/3’

    Nasardo en 15a                  2’

    Nasardo en 17a            1-3/5’

    Corneta Magna VIII                        derecha, mounted

    Corneta en eco V                              derecha, mounted, enclosed

    Trompeta Real                  8’

    Bajoncillo                           4'             izquierda, horizontal

    Clarín                                 8'             derecha, horizontal

    Dulzaína                             8'             horizontal


Pedal

    Contras                            16'              prepared

    Permanently coupled


Tambor

Timbal

Pájaros

Cascabeles

Temblante


Manual, 45 notes, CDEFGA-c’ / c#-c’’’

Pedal, 8 notes, CDEFGABbB


All stops divided izquerda/derecha (left hand/right hand),

except for the two Cornetas, the Bajoncillo and the Clarín, which are half-stops.


a'=415

Meantone, quarter comma

Wind pressure 63 mm (2-1/2”)

Greg Harrold