PORTLAND, Oregon (USA) -Temple Beth Israel : orgue Reuter 1928

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Grand orgue Adolph Reuter opus 227 (1928) de la Synagogue de Portland . Un instrument américain dans l'esprit symphonique "orchestral". L'instrument a été restauré en 2004 par Bond Organ Builder. Il possède un jeu d'anches très rare (unique ?) à découvrir : le chophar (שופר).

80 jeux sur 4 claviers/pédalier

6 canaux

Mémoire vive requise :

* 6-canaux surround

16-bit, other settings default:  23.5 GB

20-bit, other settings default:  41.3 GB (recommended)

24-bit, other settings default:  45.7 GB

* 2-canaux wet

16-bit, other settings default: 8.9 GB

20-bit, other settings default:  GB

24-bit, other settings default: 15.8 GB

Résolution minimum 1280x1024 px.

Polyphonie : 10000 tuyaux recommandé pour le Surround (minimum 4500 tuyaux).

Polyphonie recommandée de 4000 tuyaux pour une installation avec seulement 2 canaux.

The Specification

 

1. Choir (expr.) C–c4
Contra Gamba 16'            
Diapason 8'    
Concert Flute 8'    
Unda Maris (beat.) 8'       
Dulciana 8'    
Flauto Traverso 4'    
Concert Piccolo 2'    
Clarinet 8'    
English Horn 8'    
Tremolo      
       
Harp Celeste 4'    
Harp Celeste 8'    
       
Choir to Choir 8'    
Choir Unison Off      
Choir to Choir 4'    
       
Viola 8    
Viole d'Orchestre 8    
Viole Celeste (beat.)  8    
Violina 4    
Mixture III    
String Tremolo      
       
2. Great (expr.) C–c4
Double Diapason 16'      
First Diapason 8'    
Second Diapason 8'             
Doppel Flote 8'    
Clarabella 8'    
Violon Cello 8'    
Erzahler 8'    
Erzahler Celeste (beat.)  8'    
Octave 4'    
Flute Harmonic 4'    
Tromba 8'    
       
Chimes      
       
Great to Great 16'    
Great Unison Off      
Great to Great 4'    
       
Viola 8'    
Viole d'Orchestre 8'    
Viole Celeste (beat.)  8'    
Violina 4'    
Mixture III    
String Tremolo      
       
3. Swell (expr.) C–c4
Bourdon 16'   
Diapason 8'  
Tibia Clausa 8'        
Gedeckt 8'  
Salicional 8'  
Vox Celeste (beat.)  8'  
Principal 4'  
Dolce Flute 4'  
Flute Quint 2 2/3'   
Flautino 2'  
Tierce 1 3/5'   
Cornet III  
Contra Fagotto 16'  
Cornopean 8'  
Oboe 8'  
Shofar Horn 8'  
Vox Humana 8'  
Tremolo    
     
Swell to Swell 16'  
Swell Unison Off    
Swell to Swell 4'  
     
Viola 8'  
Viole d'Orchestre 8'  
Viole Celeste (beat.)   8'  
Violina 4'  
Mixture III  
String Tremolo    
     
   
4. Solo (expr.) C–c4
Stentorphone 8
Gross Flute 8
Gross Gamba 8
Tuba Major 8'
French Horn 8'
Clarion 4'
Tremolo  
   
Chimes  
   
Solo to Solo 16' 
Solo Unison Off  
Solo to Solo 4'
   
Viola 8'
Viole d'Orchestre 8'
Viole Celeste (beat.)  8'
Violina 4'
Mixture III
String Tremolo  
   
Pedal C–g1
Diapason 32' 
Diapason 16'
Second Diapason   16'
Bourdon 16'
Lieblich Gedeckt 16'
Contra Viole 16'
Major Flute 8'
Cello 8'
Still Gedeckt 8'
Dolce 4'
Trombone   16'
Contra Fagotto 16'
Tromba 8'
 
 
 

Couplers:

  • Solo to Pedal 8'
  • Swell to Pedal 8', 4'
  • Great to Pedal 8', 4'
  • Choir to Pedal 8'
  • Solo to Great 16', 8', 4'
  • Swell to Great 16', 8', 4'
  • Choir to Great 16', 8', 4'
  • Swell to Choir 16', 8', 4'
  • Pedal to Swell, Pedal to Choir, Pedal to Great reverse couplers'

Accessories:

  • Full organ switch (Sforzato)
  • All swells to swell switch
  • Crescendo pedal
  • 5 Swell pedals
  • Divisional and general combinations

Notes:

  • Shofar Horn is a special reed stop used for the Jewish Liturgy. Its compass is one octave, c0-c1.
  • Percussion stops have limited compass, too.
  • Diapason 32' is acoustic in the lowest octave.