Tbe most complete information we have about this stop comes from Williams, who writes: Probably a corruption of faburden; an antique stop imitating bell-tone and producing a high, tinkling or shrill effect. I Late 15th-cent. south German stop presumed to have been a Mixture of two ranks, similar to the Hörnli. II Glöckleinton, tonus faber (bell-tone) for E. Casparini (Görlitz, 1695 scheme), Adlung (Anleitung) and Zang (1829) = a high flute or open stop. Einsiedeln Stiftskirche (1558m B. Mygel) had a manual ... in which the Faberton was probably Oktave 2' or 1'.