A metal flute formed of pipes whose lower half is cylindrical and whose upper half is conical, closed at the top. It is effectively a stopped Spillflöte.
Only two examples are known:
Spillgedeckt 8', Pedal; Cox Chapel, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, USA; Aeolian Skinner 1973.
Spillgedackt 4', Schwellwerk; First Congregational Church of Berkeley, Berkeley, California, USA; Ott c1970.
Original website compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.|
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