La console d'un orgue est un meuble regroupant tous les accessoires de commande (registres, accouplements, tirasses, pédales d'expression, combinateur, appels de combinaison) et les claviers (manuels et pédalier) mis à disposition de l'organiste.

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  • La console d'un orgue est un meuble regroupant tous les accessoires de commande (registres, accouplements, tirasses, pédales d'expression, combinateur, appels de combinaison) et les claviers (manuels et pédalier) mis à disposition de l'organiste.
  • Der Spieltisch ist der Teil der Orgel, von dem aus alle Mechanismen des Instruments zentral gesteuert werden. Er beinhaltet je nach Ausstattung der Orgel vor allem die Klaviaturen (Manuale und Pedal), die Registerzüge (bzw. Hebel oder Knöpfe) und ein Notenpult (meist mit Beleuchtung). Weiterhin findet man hier die Bedienelemente der Spielhilfen wie Koppeln, Jalousieschweller und Walze oder Schalter für die Kombinationen. Gelegentlich finden sich auch Winddruckanzeigen und Voltmeter im Spieltisch.
  • The pipe organ is played from an area called the console or keydesk, which holds the manuals (keyboards), pedals, and stop controls. In electric-action organs, the console is often movable. This allows for greater flexibility in placement of the console for various activities. Some very large organs, such as the van den Heuvel organ at the Church of St. Eustache in Paris, have more than one console, enabling the organ to be played from several locations depending on the nature of the performance.Controls at the console called stops select which ranks and pipes are used. These controls are generally either draw knobs (or stop knobs), which engage the stops when pulled out from the console; or stop tablets (or tilting tablets) which are hinged at their far end; or rocker-tablets), which rock up and down on a central axle. Different combinations of stops change the timbre of the instrument considerably. The selection of stops is called the registration. On modern organs, the registration can be changed instantaneously with the aid of a combination action, usually featuring pistons. Pistons are buttons that can be pressed by the organist to change registrations; they are generally found between the manuals or above the pedalboard. In the latter case they are called toe studs or toe pistons (as opposed to thumb pistons). Most large organs have both preset and programmable pistons, with some of the couplers repeated for convenience as pistons and toe studs. Programmable pistons allow comprehensive control over changes in registration. Newer organs may have multiple levels of solid-state memory, allowing each piston to be programmed more than once. This allows more than one organist to store their own registrations. Many newer consoles also feature MIDI, which allows the organist to record performances. It also allows an external keyboard to be plugged in, which assists in tuning and maintenance.
  • La consolle è l'insieme dei manuali (da uno a sette), dei pedali, delle staffe, dei comandi di registro, dei pedaletti, dei pistoncini a disposizione di un organista. I comandi dell'organo, si trovano generalmente sotto il prospetto di facciata in posizione centrale rispetto alla visione simmetrica dello strumento, ma in alcuni esemplari, soprattutto nella seconda metà del '900, grazie all'ausilio dell'elettrotecnica e dell'elettronica successivamente, sono posti in una consolle che può trovarsi anche a notevole distanza dai somieri e dalle canne. Non sono rari gli organi che possono essere comandati da più di una consolle, soprattutto per esigenze liturgiche o per la presenza del coro.La seduta riservata all'esecutore, l'organista, deve essere ampia e ben solida, a volte regolabile in altezza: sono importanti i movimenti anche delle gambe e la posizione stessa dipende dall'impostazione e dall'uso dei diversi manuali.
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  • La console d'un orgue est un meuble regroupant tous les accessoires de commande (registres, accouplements, tirasses, pédales d'expression, combinateur, appels de combinaison) et les claviers (manuels et pédalier) mis à disposition de l'organiste.
  • Der Spieltisch ist der Teil der Orgel, von dem aus alle Mechanismen des Instruments zentral gesteuert werden. Er beinhaltet je nach Ausstattung der Orgel vor allem die Klaviaturen (Manuale und Pedal), die Registerzüge (bzw. Hebel oder Knöpfe) und ein Notenpult (meist mit Beleuchtung). Weiterhin findet man hier die Bedienelemente der Spielhilfen wie Koppeln, Jalousieschweller und Walze oder Schalter für die Kombinationen.
  • La consolle è l'insieme dei manuali (da uno a sette), dei pedali, delle staffe, dei comandi di registro, dei pedaletti, dei pistoncini a disposizione di un organista.
  • The pipe organ is played from an area called the console or keydesk, which holds the manuals (keyboards), pedals, and stop controls. In electric-action organs, the console is often movable. This allows for greater flexibility in placement of the console for various activities. Some very large organs, such as the van den Heuvel organ at the Church of St.
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  • Console (orgue)
  • Consolle (organo)
  • Organ console
  • Spieltisch (Orgel)
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