Reim German

A rare reed stop of 16' pitch. Wedgwood describes it as a Trombone. Audsley characterizes its tone as �of medium strength and good mixing quality�, while Sumner calls its tone �soft�. All three sources cite the same example listed below, the only one known. The German word means �rhyme�.


Reim 16', Pedal; Cathedral, Bremen, Germany; Schulze, Paulinzelle, mid-1800's.


Audsley[1]: Reim. Audsley[2]: I.XIII Reim. Sumner[1]: Reim. Wedgwood[1]: Reim.
Original website compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.
Reim.html - Last updated 30 December 2000.
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