Grove defines this stop as �a Nasardos or Tierce Mixture.� Williams says that it sometimes indicated such a stop, and implies that other times it was a type of Clarion.
Osiris contains a half dozen examples; all but one are at 4' pitch, and appear from context to be types of Clarion, not mixtures.
Clarón V, Organo mayor, left; Santa María la Real, Xunqueira de Ambía, Orense, Spain; Manuel González Valdonado 1759.
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