Audsley lists Musicirgedeckt with the following description: A name sometimes given by the old German organ-builders to a covered stop, of 8 ft. or 4 ft. pitch, yielding a peculiarly soft and sweet unimitative flute-tone. Schlimbach, a great authority on old stops, describes it thus: �Musicirgedackt. Die Bestimmung dieses Gedacts ist: zur Begleitung der Musik gebraucht zu werden. Man findet es zu 8 und 4 Fusston, still intonirt. Man vergleiche Kammerflöte.� [�Musicirgedeckt: The main use for this Gedackt is to accompany the musicians. It can be found at 8' and 4', the intonation is quiet. See Kammerflöte.�] This stop was probably identical with the later Gelindgedeckt. Wedgwood describes it as �a soft [8'] accompanimental Gedeckt found in ancient German organs�, and implies that it was a synonym for Barem. Adlung equates it with the Barem, Gelindgedackt, Lieblichgedackt, and Stillgedackt.
All known examples are given below.