The organ of the Oratorio of N.S. del Rosario (Cappe Turchine) of Loano is a fine example of Tuscan organ school of the nineteenth century. It has been built by the organ master Agati Nicomedes (Pistoia) in 1850 and bears the opus number 381.
It has a keyboard of 50 keys in boxwood and ebony with range of C1-F5 with first short octave. The lectern shaped pedalboard has 12 pedals C1-B1 plus four pedals for C#, Eb, F# and G#. Tre pedals follows and operate the Cappello Chinese, the Grancassa col Sistro and Timpano. Another pedaletto operates the Passeraio.
The stops are driven by knobs placed in a row to the right of the keyboard with the following setup:
|Cornetto a tre Ordini|
|Flauto in Ottava Bassi|
|Flauto in Ottava Soprani|
Accessories: Banda Turca and Campanelli.
The instrument was restored in 2004 by Graziano Interbartolo from Stella Gameragna (SV).