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Accompaniment organ at the chapel of Notre Dame de France in Jerusalem

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Organ nb.23 | Accompaniment organ at the chapel of Notre Dame de France in Jerusalem

The impressive Notre Dame De France building located in front of the New Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem houses a large and high-standard hotel for pilgrims from all over the world. At the third floor can be found a chapel specially arranged for the needs of the pilgrims and this is where this small and nice instrument has been placed, in 2011, after the renovation of the hotel.

The organ sounds very well in an acoustic well adapted to its dimensions. Originally built by the British organ-builder Wilson from Durham, it has been renovated just before it was sent to Jerusalem, by Peter Willis from Kiln.
The organ stands on the floor, in the left hand side of the chapel. It has two manual keyboards and one pedal (feet keyboard).

Disposition:
First Manual 60 notes 4 stops
Open Diapason 8'
Hohl Flote 8'
Dulciana 8'
Principal 4'
Second Manual 60 notes 5 stops
Viol d'orchestra 8'
Voix celeste 8'
Gemshorn 4'
Piccolo 2'
Pedal 30 notes 1 stop
Bourdon 16'
Tremulant at the first manual
Couplers II-I, II-P, I-P
Mecanical traction of notes and stops

Accompaniment organ at the chapel of Notre Dame de France in Jerusalem