The organ in the parish church of Riva Trigoso is a fine example of the school of the Tuscan organ building school of the nineteenth century.
It was built by Filippo Tronci (Pistoia) in 1896. It has a chromatic keyboard of 56 keys (C1-G5) with the division between bass and treble between B2 and C3 and a lactern shaped pedalboard of 17 pedals (C1-E2) with 12 real notes, constantly combined with the manual.
|Trombe bassi||Principale soprani|
|Trombe soprani||Ottava bassi|
|Corno inglese soprani||Ottava soprani|
|Corni dolci soprani||Decimaquinta|
|Voce angelica||XIX e XXII|
|Flauto in ottava bassi||XXVI e XXIX|
|Flauto in ottava soprani||Cornetto soprani|
|Voce umana soprani||Ottavino soprani|
|Viola bassi||Bassi reali 8|
|Terza mano||Timpani in tutti i toni|
A pedal near the pedalboard operates the Timpano, while a pedaletto on the left side operates the Uccelliera.
Tirapieno and Combinazione libera are placed to the right of the pedals.
The instrument was restored in 1999 by the Bottega organara Alessandro Corno and sons of Bernate d'Arcore (MI).