Indiana University Jacobs School of Music – Dobson Organ
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|Pedal||Manual I||Manual II||Manual III|
4′ Flauto in ottava
2 2/3′ Decimaquinta
1 3/5′ Cornetto
1 1/3′ Decimanona
4′ Flauto in Ottava
1 1/3′ Decimanona
Tremblant doux, affects entire instrument
Tremblant fort, affects entire instrument
|8′ Cornetti (mounted)
Mechanical key action
Tuned to Kirnberger III
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Magnificat primi toni, BuxWV203, Dietrich Buxtehude
performed on the Dobson organ by Scott Elsholz.
Recording copyright of Scott Elsholz & used with permission.
Savior of the Nations Come, Partita on “Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland” – Hugo Distler – Scott Elsholz, Organist
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