Stylistic development in the work of organ maker Joseph Binvignatby Frans Jespers |Het ORGEL |Year 115 |(2019) |Issue 4
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It appears that Joseph Binvignat, working between 1796 and 1804 in and around Aachen, not only acquainted himself with the style of Rheinland organs and the customary way of playing them, which was quite different from what he was used to in the Maastricht-Liège region. But he also observed the qualities of various Rheinland registers and soon began to use these as replacements of older stops, both in his work Germany and the in Maastricht-Liège region. This was partly the result of a change in Limburg church music practice from 1800.