Clarín Opus III

Ocuilan de Arteaga (México)

(IM, 8, 9)

  • Joaquín Lois Cabello organ-building workshop in 2016

The Opus III was designed based on the Juan de Inés y Ortega’s model in Marugán (Segovia), same as the Opus I. However, slight modifications were carried out in order to adjust to the musical requirements of the owner. Made of cedar wood, its natural color recreates the one of organs that did not have polychromy and which have acquired a very beautiful toasted color over the centuries. For more information about the Clarín Project, in which the construction of this organ is included, visit the official website www.proyectoclarin.com

Made of cedar wood, this organ gives an exquisite fragrance to the old and noble room where it is located, blending in perfectly.

Clarín Opus III

Ocuilan de Arteaga (México)

Ocuilan de Arteaga (México)
Órgano en Ocuilan de Arteaga (México) Built by Joaquín Lois in 2016
Clarín Opus III Details of the valves in the windchest
Órgano en Ocuilan de Arteaga (México) Built by Joaquín Lois in 2016
Clarín Opus III Built by Joaquín Lois in 2016
Traslado del órgano
Clarín Opus III Details of the console and bellows
Clarín Opus III In Ocuilan de Arteaga (México)
Clarín Opus III Windchest assembly

Technical details

It was designed for a private auditorium, where it blends in completely, both plastically and acoustically. Its technical characteristics allow for a wide repertoire of old music, and it is also suitable for both concertante and solo music.

Composition

 

Left Hand

Right Hand

Flautado Violón
Flautado de 6 ½ *
Quincena
Decisetena
Decinovena
Lleno III
Címbala III

Bajoncilllo  *

Timbales en Re y en La

8’
4’
2’
1 3/5’
1 1/3’
1’
2/3’

4’

Flautado de 13 *
Flautado Violón
Octava
Quincena

 Decinovena
Lleno III
Címbala III
Corneta VI

Clarín *

8’
8’
4’
2’

1 1/3’

 

8’

8’

*on the front facade

Clarín Opus III

Ocuilan de Arteaga (México)

Media

2 May, 2017

Maria-Magdalena Kaczor plays Cabanilles: Passacalles 1 Tono

Live in concert on the Joaquin Lois Castilian Baroque Organ at the Conservatory of Music and Art in Munich /Muenchen/ Germany, (Barocktage) on 30 th of April 2016.

Maria-Magdalena Kaczor

Passacalles 1 Tono Cabanilles

Maria-Magdalena Kaczor live in concert on the Joaquin Lois Organ (Replica of the Castilian Baroque organ) at the Conservatory of Music and Art in Munich /Muenchen/ Germany, (Barocktage) on 30 th of April 2016.

www.mariamagdalenakaczor.eu

21 May, 2013

Clarín Opus I
A spanish baroque organ
Joaquín Lois organbuilder workshop

Tiento de 2 Tono
Sobre la letania de la Virgen
de Pablo Bruna por Filip Presseisen