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Organs at Michigan

Kistorgel

The Klop kistorgel (chest organ) is a portable instrument designed especially for continuo playing and other ensemble and chamber music uses.  It was acquired in 2016 through a generous bequest from the estate of alumnus Robert L. Town.

Henk Klop, Garderen, The Netherlands, 2002

Manuaal (C-f’’’):

8’ Holtpijp

4’ Roerfluit

2’ Octaaf

1 1/3’ Quint

Stops divided treble and bass (1 1/3’ treble only)

Transposable to a = 415, 440 or 465 HZ

All wooden pipes

 

Klop Gascho

Prof. Joseph Gascho with Klop kistorgel

Klop front

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Photography Credits:

U-M Photo Services

Joe Welsh

Peter Smith

David Smith

Glen Behring

Tom Bower

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