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Victory on Tour - Special – Volume 3

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Produced by RBA Rentals

Total Playing Time 1hr 16min 37sec

Tracks 14 


1    Light Cavalry - Fr. Von Suppé

2    Folies Bergere - Paul Lincke

3    Der Graf Von Luxemburg - Fr. Léhar

4    Poët and Peasant - Fr. Von Suppé

5    Flowerwaltz - P. I. Tchaikovsky

6    Faust Selection - Ch. Gounod

7    Con Te Partiro - A. Bocelli

8    Rosen Aus Dem Suden - Joh. Strauss

9    Si J' Étais Roi - A.Adam

10   La Vie Parisiënne - J. Offenbach

11   La Traviata - G. Verdi

12   In a Persian Market - A. Ketelby

13   Die Schöne Galathé - Fr. Von Suppé

14   The Barber of Seville - G. Rossini

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Victory Concert Organ, the World’s Largest Transportable Mechanical Organ:

The victory is often the main act and crowd puller on many high quality European organ- and music festivals. The extreme balance in between of the many different registers, it is not only possible to play the more traditional organ music, but also all classical masterpieces, symphonic rock, pop and chart hits are no problem for this extraordinary instrument.

 

Technical details of the victory:

1260 organ pipes, wood and brass, plus double percussion set. 24 changeable registers and 7 fixed registers.  The victory trailer houses a super silenced 3-phase generator set, which powers the organ.

 

A piece of victory history:

The cooperation between organ builders Johnny Verbeeck, Antwerp – Belgium and Willem Kelders of RBA Rentals in Breugel – Holland has led to the realization of this large transportable concert organ. Johnny Verbeeck is a well-known phenomenon in the organ scene. He is a perfectionist, a multi-talented genius. He is the great grandson of Jan Verbeeck who founded the company in 1884.

 

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