Muted Diapason English

Listed only by Maclean, who says:

The name given by the Kimball Co. to a Diapason of relatively smooth, fluty tone. Some German builders have occasionally given the names Flötenprincipal and Principalflöte to a stop of this kind.

Examples

Only one example is known.

Muted Diapason 8'; Convention Center Ballroom, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA; Kimball 1930. 10" pressure, 40 scale.

Bibliography

Maclean[1]: Muted Diapason.
 
Original website compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.
MutedDiapason.html - Last updated 8 November 2001.
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