PRIVATE ORGANS

GALICIAN ORGAN

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.

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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

The Galician organ

THE MAJORCAN ORGAN

From Castille, F.Chapelet brought back a case which was about to end its career on a rubbish dump. It was the only furniture existing in a church doomed to demolition. He cleaned it, restored it and had an instrument built in the Majorcan style by G.Grenzing in 1978;
The case dating from 1736 is made of very well worked pine wood which ha never been painted.

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GREAT (II)( 51)                      RÉCIT (I) (51)                           PEDAL ((30)

Montre 8' (Flautado)              Bourdon 8' (Violon)                  Bourdon 16' Contras)
Prestant 4' (Octava)              Flûte à cheminée 4' (Tapadillo)   Bourdon 8' (Contras)
Quinte 2'2/3 (Docena)           Flûte 2' (Flautin)                      Principal 4' (Octava)
Doublette 2' (Quincena)         Larigot 1'1/3 (Nasardo)             Flûte 2' (Corno) 
Tierce 1'3/5 (Nasardo 17)      Cymbale 2rgs (Zimbala)             (chape libre)
Mixture 3rgs (Lleno)             Régale 8' (Viejas)
Trompette 8' (Trompeta Real)
Chamade 4/8 (Bajoncillo/Clarin) [Chamade]


Pedal coupler Great - Tremulant - Shift coupler I/II - suspended action for Great and sticker action for the Récit in the lower case. A 440 - Temperament lightly unequal.

THE TWO SPANISH ORGANS CAN BE PLAYED TOGETHER BY TWO ORGANISTS



The Majorcan Organ

THE ITALIAN ORGAN

In 1982, B.Formentelli (organ-builder from Verona) restored an early 18th century  Neapolitan small positive organ. (Organ-builder : CIMINO of the neapolitan school on 1710)
F.Chapelet brought it back to Montpon and so increased his collection of historical organs to 3.

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One keyboard with 45 notes - Brocken octave - Mechanical suspended action with a little rollerframe.

Principale (8')
Ottava (4')
Quintadecima (2')
Decinovena (1'1/3)
Vigesimaseconda (1')
Flauto in duodicima (2'2/3)
Voce Umana (8' from f')

(Nightingale - Tiratutti - Mean-tone Temperament - A 415 )


The Italian organ

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23.06 | 09:56

Merci Amis des Orgues

Cordialement vôtre

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22.06 | 16:12

Si la porte de lk'église est ouverte, la tribune et l'orgue sont ouverts pour les organistes de passage.

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22.06 | 15:43

Peut-on jouer sur l'orgue de Montpon actuellement ,vu les restrictions sanitaires

Merci à la personne qui saura me répondre

Cordialement

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21.06 | 16:26

Bonjour acces a l'orgue de l'eglise de Montpon apres confinement; autorisé?
cordialement vôtre
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