THE Goynaut/Westenfelder ORGAN (1763/1989) – Notre-Dame DES VICTOIRES Au Sablon,  Brussels

the organ of Notre-Dame DES VICTOIRES Au Sablon in BRUSSELS, REbuilt by GEORG WESTENFELDER, 1989
AFTER JEAN-Baptiste BernabÉ Goynaut, 1763

GALLERY

C–f3

Bourdon 8

Prestant 4

Flûte 4

Nasard 2 2/3

Doublette 2

Tierce 1 3/5

Larigot 1 1/3

Fourniture III

Cymbale II

Cromorne 8 B+D

Cornet III

 

C–f3

Bourdon 16

Montre 8

Bourdon 8

Prestant 4

Flûte 4

Grosse Tierce 3 1/5

Nasard 2 2/3

Doublette 2

Tierce 1 3/5

Sesquialtera II B+D

Fourniture IV

Cymbale III

Cornet V

Bombarde 16

Trompette 8 B+D

Voix humaine 8 B+D

Clairon 4

c–f3

Bourdon 8

Prestant 4

Nasard 2 2/3

Doublette 2

Tierce 1 3/5

Trompette 8

 

C–f3

Flûte 16

Flûte 8

Flûte 4

Flûte 2

Bombarde 16

Trompette 8

Clairon 4

 

 

 

Accouplement,
Tirasse Grand-orgue,
Tirasse Positif,
Rossignol,
Tremblant.

Arnaud Van de Cauter at the organ by Georges Westenfelder in a historic case by Bernabé Goynaut from 1764 in Notre-Dame au Sablon Brussels.

Peeter Cornet (1562-1633): Verset du Tantum Ergo

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Liebster Jesu, BWV 731

Maria Vekilova plays Liebster Jesu, BWV 731, of Johann Sebastian Bach at the 1989 Westenfelder organ (after Goynaut 1764) of the Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon, Brussels, Belgium.