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Echo Oboe English (Primary)

Oboe Echo English


Wedgwood and Irwin describe this stop as a softer and smaller scaled Oboe, which is usually (but not always) a reed stop. According to Wedgwood, the pipes are usually capped. Audsley does not mention a reed stop by this name, but describes a flue stop as follows:


No other examples are known, though as of this writing (December 2000) the Armley organ apparently still exists.

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