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Thread: Smallest and Biggest you've played?

  1. #76
    Captain of Water Music
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    Thanks for bringing this thread out of the archives and into the limelight Mat! Hadn't come across it, so am looking forward to digesting all that has gone before.

  2. #77
    Commander, Assistant Conductor
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    Smallest was a home-made, but very well crafted, portative of 3 octaves (2' small-scaled open wood Flute)
    The largest was the Boardwalk Hall organ (M-L). Hopefully, she's ok. No word yet.

  3. #78
    Civilian
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    I've only played for 2 years, but the smallest I've played would have to be my university's positive organ of four stops - Three flutes of 8', 4', and a Nasard 2 2/3', along with a Vox Humana 8'.

    The largest would be monster over at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX. 10,600+ pipes, 191 ranks, 129 stops, and five manuals. Sadly, it lacks 'character,' and is understandably hard to register. It's a unique instrument, to say the least.

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