Köpflinregal German

Adlung describes this stop as follows:

Köpflinregal must be distinguished from the Knopf- or Apfelregal, �.116. Praetorius, l.c., p. 148, says that it is a 4' pitch and has a little knob on top, like a button; this knob has a cleft in the middle, like an open helmet, so that the sound (Resonanz) is immediately reflected back into the lower resonator. It is a reed stop that sounds lovely and well.

The German word kopf means �head� or �crown�. See Kopfregal.

Examples

None known. Contributions welcome.

Bibliography

Adlung[1]: §163 Köpflinregal. Audsley[2]: I.XIII Regal.
 
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