Audsley lists this stop with the following description:
Literally Mouth-Flute. An open labial stop of metal, and of 2 ft. pitch; similar in all essentials to the French Flûte à Bec. The stop has no distinctive flute tonality. A stop under the name exists in the Organ in the Cathedral of Königsberg.
Wedgwood gives the same definition as Audsley, though in fewer words.
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