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Flauto Reale Italian?


Description:

Williams defines this stop as �8' open flues in Venetian organs c. 1800, often treble only.� Grove has a similar definition, but calls it a flute stop. The name means �royal flute�.


Examples:

Flauto Reale 8', Organo Principale; Cathedral of Santa Maria, Bastia, Italy; Serassi brothers 1844. This is the only known example.

Flauto Reale 8', Organo Principale; Cathedral of Santa Maria, Bastia, Italy; Serassi brothers 1844. This is the only known example.
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