Kleinregal German

The literature has little to offer regarding this stop. Audsley describes its �probable tonality� as �an octave or 4 ft. lingual stop of soft intonation.� Elsewhere he states that the prefix klein, meaning �small�, is used by German builders �to indicate either octave pitch or small scale�. Wedgwood says only �4 ft. Octave Regal.�

Variants

Kleinregalbass

Examples

Kleinregal 16'; St. Dominicus, Prague, Czechoslovakia. This example is cited by Adlung.

Bibliography

Adlung[1]: §183 Regal. Audsley[1]: Kleingedeckt; Regal. Wedgwood[1]: Regal.
 
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