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Zanfretta - S. Lucia di Piave - Piazza Chiesa

clicca per ingrandire l'immagineThe organ, built in 1892 by Gaetano Zanfretta and Sons of Verona, highlights the period of transition undergone by the Italian organ which, until a few years prior to that, still had strong ties to tradition - at the most evolving towards the aesthetic ideals of melodrama.
Even the organ maker, Zanfretta, was not exempt from this new research into the development of the instrument in Santa Lucia di Piave. He was strongly inspired by the abovementioned models but preserved the classical Italian structure, as can be seen very well from the constructional type of the wind-chests, from the construction of the mechanical parts and of the filling pipes.
The instrument, which remained in a state of neglect for over ten years - spoilt also by clear faults of origin and impoverished of all its reed-stops, the Transverse Flute to the Expressive Organ, the Little 2nd to the Great Organ, some mechanisms for working the pedals - was restored in the year 2000 by organ repairer, Francesco Zanin of Codroipo, who restored the original appearance.

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