Nasard à Fuseau French

Dom Bedos uses this name to refer to a Nasard that is made of tapered (conical) pipes. This was a common construction for the Nasard of that period, which also commonly had basses with chimneys (see Nasard en Cheminée. As far as we know, the name Nasard à Fuseau was never actually used on a drawknob. Bedos gives both wide and narrow scales for this stop.

See Flute à Fuseau.

Examples

None known. Contributions welcome.

Bibliography

Bedos[1]: § 243-244, 266, 960.
 
Original website compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.
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