Quint Mixture English|
Described only by Irwin, who says: �A manual or pedal mixture composed of Foundation ranks of open metal construction, designed to amplify the sub-unison series of pitches.� Hopkins & Rimbault give the composition below, but do not define the name.Quint Mixture IV
|c3 to top||1||8||12||15|
|c2 to b2||8||12||15||19|
|middle c1 to b1||12||15||19||22|
|tenor C# to middle c1||15||19||22||26|
|CC to tenor C||19||22||26||29|
Quint Mixture II (12,15), Great; The Grove Organ, Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire, England; Michell & Thynne 1885.
Quint Mixture IV (15,19,22,26), Swell; Bath Abbey, Bath, England; Hill 1868.
Quint Mixture V, Swell; Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.|
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