New 40-stop organ for Zagreb church
The Croatian church of St Anthony of Padua in Zagreb has entrusted Skrabl with the building of a new 40-stop organ.
The three-manual and pedal instrument will be fitted with mechanical key action and electrical stop action and it is due to be finished in 2021.
The church, a modernist basilica-style building clad in rough stone, was constructed between 1931 and 1934 to plans by the renowned Croatian architect Juraj Denzler.
I. Manual – Hauptwerk
Quinta 2 2/3'
II. Manual – Positiv expressiv
Nasard 2 2/3'
Tertia 1 3/5'
Larigot 1 1/3'
III. Manual – Schweller
Flute harm 8'
Flute harm 4'
Harm. Aethera IV-V
Trompette harm. 8'
III-I, II-I, III-II, III-PED, II-PED, I-PED
SUB/SUP III-I, SUB/SUP III, SUB/SUP III-II
SUP III-PED, SUP II-PED, SUP I-PED
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