Francis Chapelet is very interested in the Spanish organs; he brought back an 18th century example which had been salvaged by an organ-builder in a nuns'monastery in Galicia. He had it fitted up in the auditorium which he had built on his parent's estate.
The case was painted by Francis and his father for it had never been painted since it was built.
Left Hand (B) Right Hand (T)
Flautado (8') Flautado (8')
Octava (4') Octava (4')
Docena (2'2/3) Docena (2'2/3
Quincena (2') Quincena (2')
Decinovena (1'1/3) Decinovena (1'1/3)
Lleno 3rgs Lleno 3rgs
Trompeta Real (8') (B) Corneta V rgs (T)
Bajoncillo (4') [Chamade] Clarin (8') [Chamade]
Dulzaina (8') [Chamade] Dulzaina (8') [Chamade]
A 440 - Lightly unequal Temperament - [Chamade are Spanihs Trompets]
One Keyboard with 45 notes and brocken octave. Stops cut in Bass and Treble on c'# - Little pedal with 9 keys in permanent pull down pedal.
IT IS THE ONLY HISTORICAL SPANISH ORGAN IN FRANCE