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Ami Maayani residence organ

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Organ n. 35 | Ami Maayani residence organ

The instrument belongs to the composer Ami Maayani, a well-known Israeli composer and former head of the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music (Then Tel Aviv Music Academy). It was constructed by Gideon Shamir. The case was designed by Prof. Maayani himself. The organ was inaugurated on the 8th of October 1988 by Elisabeth Roloff.
The console is placed in front of the organ which separates the salon in two. The organ case is a in modern style, made of white ash. The Regal stop is placed on the front, behind the Principal 4'.

Disposition 9  stops

First manual Great 54 notes

Gedackt 8'
Principal 4'
Regale 8'
Viole 2'

Second manual Positive

Gemshorn 8'
Rohrflote 4'
Quinte 1 1/3'

Pedal upright  30 notes

Soubasse  16'
Octave  8'

Couplers II-I, II-P, I-P

Mechanical manual and stop action