String Mixture English
Viol Mixture English

Listed only by Irwin, who says:

A manual mixture composed of either keen or dull String stops, perhaps in various combinations in order to build up a particular tone, as on an Accompanimental or String Organ.

See Pedal String Mixture.

Examples

Viol Mixture IV, Baroque; John Hays Hammond Museum (castle), Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA. This is the only known example of this name.

String Mixture III, Antiphonal; Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, Portland City Hall, Portland, Maine, USA; Austin 1912.

String Mixture V, Antiphonal; Watkins Residence, Winona, Minnesota, USA; Aeolian 1924.

String Mixture V, Chancel Swell; First Congregational Church, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Bibliography

Irwin[1]: String Mixture.
 
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