Chiesa della Croce Treviso
The organ, situated in the choir loft above the main door and enclosed in a neo-classical case painted in imitation marble with gold capitals, was built by Pietro Nacchini and is the oldest in the town. Over the keyboard we read:
PETRUS NACHINI FECIT ANNO MDCCL OPUS CLIX.
It has reached our times in its almost original condition, without having undergone the reforms to which organs from the 18th and 19th centuries were subjected in order to adapt them to the changes in tastes and new performance requirements. Abandoned after the last war it was renovated for the first time in 1971. Ultimately, after being abandoned again due to the renovation of the choir loft and other artefacts inside the church, the instrument was restored by Francesco Zanin from Codroipo in 1994.
C, D, E, F, G, A-c3
|Principale bassi |
Voce Umana 
Flauto in XII [2 2/3]
Cornetta [1 3/5]
Tromboncini bassi 
|Contrabassi ||Prospect with 25 pipes of Principale from G, disposed in a spire with ascendant wings.|
Keyboards with 45 keys (C-c3).
Pedalboard with 18 keys (C-a) always coupled to the manual; the last key is for the drum.
Mechanical traction. Window console.
Unequal temperament codified by Giordano Riccati during the instrument’s placement.
Pitch: a1 = 434 Hz at 22 C°
Division bass/treble: c#1-d1
Drum on the last pedal
Handle and double pedal Tiratutti