In David Hurwitz's fantastic new review of the Kansas City Symphony's Saint-Saëns “Organ” Symphony recording, he states “I do wish, though, that Reference Recordings had included a stop list in the booklet. The instrument has some interesting timbres and I would have liked to know what resources it calls upon to make them.” Unfortunately these specs were not able to fit in the included liner notes, but in case anyone else might be curious, we wanted to share them here:
THE JULIA IRENE KAUFFMAN ORGAN
CASAVANT FRÈRES OP. 3875, 2011
KAUFFMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, KANSAS CITY, MO.
Jan Kraybill gives a tour of the new Julia Irene Kauffman Casavant Organ, Opus 3875:
See more information courtesy of the manufacturer.
Labels: Casavant Organ, David Hurwitz, Jan Kraybill, Kansas City Symphony, Kauffman Center, KCSaintSaens, Organ