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FOR SALE English chamber organ, in the style of a 17th century consort organ

This organ was made last year, in 2018, on spec, in the hope that it would excite viol players, who rarely play with the organ which would have been played by the composers of the music they are playing (Byrd, Gibbons, Tomkins, etc.).  The 4½ stops are all made of wood, narrow scaled, with speech and tone very similar to the viols themselves.  Its details can be found on our website page https://www.goetzegwynn.co.uk/organ/consort-organ-in-17th-century-englis-style-made-for-hire/  One of the reasons behind its design was to provide the two pitches at which sets of viols were made in the 17th century in England.  At the moment the organ is in Brussels.  We are selling it for £48,000.00 (+ VAT)