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English translation: swell organ

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Spanish term or phrase:caldereta
English translation:swell organ
Entered by: Irene Schlotter, Dipl.-Übers.
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09:00 Feb 18, 2008
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Tech/Engineering - Music / Church organ
Spanish term or phrase: caldereta
this is not the stew, but part of a cathedral organ, where there is a Great Organ ("Organo mayor") and a "caldereta" organ. I have seen in English "Swell organ" but have no idea if it is the same.
Henry Vaughan
Spain
Local time: 07:11
swell organ
Explanation:
See here:
http://www.baroquemusic.org/orgdict.html

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Note added at 31 Min. (2008-02-18 09:32:08 GMT)
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This was a tricky one; I searched for Spanish organs and then looked for the same organ with English and/or German descriptions. The link above from www.schuke-berlin.de seems reliable because they are specialized in organs (repair/maintenance), so they are very likely to know what they are talking about.

Also, the starting point for my research was a Spanish description of the organ at the Palacio Euskalduna Jauregia:
www.ogasuna.bizkaia.net/Home2/Archivos/DPTO4/Noticias/Adjun...
The document already mentions www.schuke-berlin.de to be the company in charge of repair and maintenance.

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Note added at 32 Min. (2008-02-18 09:33:14 GMT)
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PS: The document associated with the ogasuna link is a 2-page Word document.
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Irene Schlotter, Dipl.-Übers.
Spain
Local time: 07:11
Grading comment
Thanks a lot, I suspected it was this but needed confirmation
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4 +1swell organ
Irene Schlotter, Dipl.-Übers.


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swell organ


Explanation:
See here:
http://www.baroquemusic.org/orgdict.html

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Note added at 31 Min. (2008-02-18 09:32:08 GMT)
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This was a tricky one; I searched for Spanish organs and then looked for the same organ with English and/or German descriptions. The link above from www.schuke-berlin.de seems reliable because they are specialized in organs (repair/maintenance), so they are very likely to know what they are talking about.

Also, the starting point for my research was a Spanish description of the organ at the Palacio Euskalduna Jauregia:
www.ogasuna.bizkaia.net/Home2/Archivos/DPTO4/Noticias/Adjun...
The document already mentions www.schuke-berlin.de to be the company in charge of repair and maintenance.

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Note added at 32 Min. (2008-02-18 09:33:14 GMT)
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PS: The document associated with the ogasuna link is a 2-page Word document.

Irene Schlotter, Dipl.-Übers.
Spain
Local time: 07:11
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks a lot, I suspected it was this but needed confirmation

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