Pipes for a portative organ

04/11/2020 — Cristina Alís Raurich — < 1 min read
Categories: Instrument Making, Manuscripts, Musicology, Portative Organ

From the series of videos “How to choose a portative organ?”, the latest video is now available:

Find out different ways to obtain your desired organetto. It is important to consider your expectations, your budget, and the use you want to give to your organetto.

In this video

Pipes are responsible for the sound of the portative organ. If you are thinking to get a portative for you, find here some tips about how to identify different types of pipes: materials, proportions, period types…

 

If you want to know more about this series of videos you can watch the first video of the series which explains my reasons for creating these short videos.

Although they will cover many topics, your questions about portative organs are welcome and I will be happy to address them in the coming videos.

Enjoy the video and all the best choosing your organetto!

Cristina Alís Raurich

Cristina Alís Raurich

Performer of medieval and Renaissance keyboards, pedagogue, musicologist. Passionate about communication and obsessed with the question: what is medieval music to us?

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