Built in the 20th-century by the prestigious organ builder Albert Blancafort and his team, the Auditorium's organ is considered a unique instrument for its design, sound and musical ranges. The sounds come from the 3,835 pipes housed in the walls of the emblematic Symphony Hall. The organist controls the pipes from on-stage through the console and the four keyboards. In addition, external keyboards such as the positive organ designed by Blancafort can be added.
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