Jeux d’orgues 3 – Silbermann (1745) demos

Thanks go to Panos Ghekas and Dick Sanderman for their interpretations.

3 thoughts on “Jeux d’orgues 3 – Silbermann (1745) demos

  1. Joseph, I have admired your work on these organs for a few years now, and marvelled at the Silbermann samples above – particulary as used so proficiently by JS Bach.

    For anyone interested, I have made a basic guide to creating a simple pipe organ (from samples) in a blog entry at:

    I’m sure it’s not the technically proficient way to create an instrument, but after searching high and low for a similar article, I decided to sit down one afternoon and have a go myself.

    Edit: see also

  2. Bonjour,

    I am a conductor of a choir and I use Sonar (with the Creative ASIO driver) to make arrangements/compositions.
    I have tried to incorporate Hauptwerk and GrandOrgue (and JOrgue) into Sonar but these programs do not run because they donot accept the Creative ASIO driver. I can use these programs only stand alone with a midi keyboard and a standard audio driver, but the latency is too large allowing to play slow pieces only. The only program that runs well in Sonar is your VST (!!), which I use with the Stiehr-Mockers samples.
    Question: Your Silberman samples sound very well. I would like to incorporate them in my set of VSTs in Sonar. But before buying them I want to be sure that they will run (after the Hauptwerk and GrandOrgues deceptions). Is there any way I could try your Silberman collection with a VST before buying?

    Yours sincerely, Guido Smoorenburg (Besse sur Issole, France)

  3. David said:

    One of the most beautiful Silbermann organs available on PC.

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