Thursday, 21 June 2012 09:56

Paris, Maison de Radio France (5/I, 1979)

In 1978 Van den Heuvel built a small positive organ for the studio of Radio-France in Paris. Before transport to Paris this organ was presented on September 16, 1978 in the Oude Kerk in Scheveningen. The organ was played by Albert de Klerk and Ben van Oosten, and also used together with chamber choir Quod Libet conducted by Ad de Groot.

The French Radio uses this instruments during Music festivals all over France. There are two identical instruments built by Van den Heuvel, the other is installed in a private music room in Dordrecht. This was the first organ van den Heuvel built abroad. Consultant was Michelle Leclerc.

Additional Info

  • Location: Paris (F)
  • Inauguration: Thursday, 01 January 1970
  • Activity: Nieuwbouw
  • Stoplist:

    Manuaal, C-g3
    Bourdon 8'
    Flûte 4'
    Prestant 2'
    Larigot 1 1/3'
    Sifflet 1'

    All stops divided in bass/treble.
    Mechanical key and stop action.

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