Pifano Spanish

Listed only by Grove, who says: �Open or stopped Flute 4' or 2'; the name was used over the centuries and was probably a corruption of Pfeife etc.� Williams concurs.

Examples

All known examples are listed below.

Pifano 4', Positivo de Costas (manual I), right hand; Braga Cathedral, Gospel side, Braga, Spain; Simon Fontanes 1732.

Pifano 2', manual right hand; Braga Cathedral, Epistle side, Braga, Spain; Simon Fontanes 1732.

Pífano, manual right; Parroquia de Santa Engracia, Uztarroz, Navarra, Spain; de Rueda 1738.

Pífano 2', Organo Expresivo; Main hall, Auditorio Nacional, Madrid, Spain; Grenzing 1991. This example is conical, 45% tin.

Bibliography

Grove[1]: Pifano. Williams[1]: Glossary: Pifano.
 
Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.
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