The pipe organ at Iglesia de Santa Maria la Real in Azkoitia in the Basque region of Spain was built by the Cavaille-Coll firm in 1898. It was one of the last pipe organs built by that firm before Cavaille-Coll died in 1899. In this video the organist Jose Luis Franzesena improvises on a number of folk tunes from the region. The organ has three manuals, and 40 stops.
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The Church of Santa Maria la Real is located in the town of Gipuzkia near Azkoitia. Construction was started in the 16th century and was completed in the 17th century.