Oktavcymbel German?
Oktavzimbel German?

The name �Oktavcymbel� is mentioned only by Irwin in a list of mixtures under the heading �Diapason Chorus�, with no definition. We can only assume it to be some variety of Cymbel.


Oktavzimbel II, Brustwerk; Kreuzkirche, Dresden, Germany; Jehmlich 1961-63.

Oktavzimbel III 1/2', Schwellwerk; Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen, Magdeburg, Germany; Jehmlich 1995.

Oktavzimbel IV, Manual II; St. Petri Dom, Bremen, Germany.


Irwin[1]: Appendix D.
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