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Positivo Napoletano - Treviso - Piazza Duomo

clicca per ingrandire l'immagineThis is a Positive Organ, which means that it is small and so-called because in order to be played it must be “placed” on the ground, whilst the smaller “portative” could be played as it was carried around, for example, during processions.
This instrument is probably from the Neapolitan school dating from the second half of the 18th century, a school that saw the blossoming of splendid works between the 16th and 18th centuries.
The case is in the neo-classical style, lacquered and decorated with gold cornices and motifs. The front is divided into three spans, the largest in the centre, with the pipes of the Principal stop.

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