“Organum Venezia” is a virtual church organ, recorded near Venice, Italy which reflects the characteristics and sound of a typical French romantic organ like they were built by Cavaillé-Coll and Puget.
The instrument was built by Andrea Zeni Tesero (Trento) in 1999, honoring the 100st anniversary of Cavaillé-Coll's death.
"We rebuilt the real sound of pipes inside their own original location with professional and meticulous microphone techniques to capture not only the sound of the Pipe Organ, but, more important, the ambience of the church in which it is located.
Every detail of the sound, the “breath” and “color” of each single stop was captured to recreate a charming and evocative atmosphere that only the “King of Instruments” has to offer. From the majestic “Tutti” to the most tender “Flute” and the bright “Reeds”, every sound is at your fingertips and you will feel like totally surrounded by the most enchanting cathedral!