|Location||Xian, Conservatory of Music, Concert Hall|
|Action||Mechanical and Electric|
|Cost||ca. 1,300,000 euros (reported)|
|Note:||Not included in the Census (Appendix) to Keys to the Kingdom.|
XAN2016 is a large concert organ built by the German firm Eule, installed in the Concert Hall of the Xian Conservatory of Music. The action for manuals I, II, and III is mechanical, the other manual, pedal, and accessories are electrically operated.
Details, specs, and further photographs of Op. 689 can be found here: https://www.euleorgelbau.de/front_content.php?idart=281
This organ was known, in part, to the Project prior to the publication of Keys to the Kingdom. But nothing appeared on the builder’s website before the deadline for editorial changes. It had been reported in March 2016, on the Slipped Disc website (https://slippedisc.com/) that the organ cost 1.3 million Euros, or about 1 million GBP at the time. The Project does not know how accurate this figure may be.