The Hunt

I was reflecting on the different voices that I hear in 19th and 20th century German-English hybrid organs and, with an idea planted by Taylor, came up with different forest animals and people to represent them.

Pedal
16′ Bourdon Stopped Wood 32 Boar
16′ Echo Bourdon Stopped Wood 32 Elk
16′ Lieblichgedeckt Stopped Wood, ext. Swell 12 Bear
16′ Quintaton From Great Trees
8′ Echo Bass Stopped Wood, ext. 12 Owl
8′ Octave From Great, Lowest Octave Open Wood 12 Beaver
8′ Violoncello Open Wood 32 Bear
4′ Choral Bass From Great Woman
4′ Gemshorn From Swell Fox
4′ Night Horn From Swell Wolf
2′ Peasant Flute From Swell Deer
16′ Fagott Wood 32 Duck
8′ Hunting Horn From Great Horse
164
Swell
8′ Chimney Flute Half-stopped metal 61 Rabbit
8′ Geigen Principal Open Metal 61 Badger
8′ Lieblichgedeckt Stopped Wood 61 Songbirds
8′ Viox Céleste Open Metal 61 Sparrows
8′ Willow Branch Open Metal 61 Wind
4′ Geigen Octave Open Metal, ext. 12 Weasel
4′ Gemshorn Tapered Metal 61 Fox
4′ Night Horn Open Wood 61 Wolf
2′ Field Flute Open Wood 61 Deer
2′ Dwarf Pipes Open Metal 61 Gnome
1 1/3′ Larigot Open Metal 61 Snake
8′ Basset Horn Metal 61 Hound
4′ Trichterregal Metal 61 Rider
744
Great
16′ Quintaton Stopped Wood 61 Trees
8′ Dulciana Open Metal 61 Grass
8′ Gedeckt Stopped Metal 61 Dog
8′ Principal Open Metal 61 Man
8′ Chimney Flute From Swell Rabbit
4′ Forest Flute Open Wood 61 Goat
4′ Gedeckt Stopped Metal, ext. 12 Skunk
4′ Gemshorn From Swell Turkey
4′ Octave Open Metal, ext. 12 Woman
2 2/3′ Twelfth Open Metal 61 Cat
2′ Block Flute Open Wood, ext. 12 Raccoon
2′ Fifteenth Open Metal 61 Mouse
2′ Octavin Harmonic Metal 61 Squirrel
III Mixture Open Metal 183 Chipmunk
8′ Trumpet Metal 61 Horse
4′ Clarion Metal, ext. 12 Official
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