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Full Mixture English


Description:

A mixture composed of loud Diapason ranks. Only octave and fifth sounding ranks are used in this mixture, which is intended to fill out the foundation chorus.


Examples:

Osiris contains about two dozen examples, ranging from three to seven ranks.

Full Mixture IV (15, 19, 22, 26), Great; Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Hill 1861. Full Mixture IV (19, 22, 26, 29), Pedal; Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Hill 1861.
Full Mixture III, Swell; Queens College, Oxford, England; Walker 1866 (destroyed). Full Mixture III, Great; St. Michael's, Tenbury, England; Harrison 1869.
Full Mixture IV (1, 8, 12, 15), Great; First Unitarian Church, Oakland, California, USA; Austin 1938. Full Mixture VII, Solo; National Cathedral, Washington D.C., USA; Skinner 1939.
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