Amoroso Italian

Wedgwood lists this name as a synonym for Flauto Amabile, Flauto Amoroso and Flauto d'Amore. Other sources describe those stops separately. Locher also lists it, saying only �see Flûte d'Amour�, but in his entry for the latter, he mentions Amorosa, but not Amoroso. Wedgwood claims the name to be Latin, but it is in fact Italian, meaning �amorous�.


All known examples are given below. Contributions welcome.

Amoroso 8'; Collegiata di Lucolena, Italy; Angeli 1821. Reportedly, a narrow-scale Flauto Amabile.


Locher[1]: Amoroso. Wedgwood[1]: Amoroso; Flauto Amabile.
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