Opus 11
1989

University of California
Berkeley, California

This organ was carefully built in the style of late seventeenth-century organs
made near 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”)