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Solo Tuba English


Description:

Listed only by Irwin, who says: A name that indicates the loudest and sometimes the brassiest Tuba stop in a theater organ, for names that are not explicit are commonly seen on the theater organ consoles, being devised to simplify the great variety of stop-names for the organist. This manual stop-name (8') usually indicates either a round-toned and intense Tuba Sonora or a very brass-like and commanding Tuba Mirabilis. There are always other Tuba stops present on the same organ when such a name as this is used. Examples Solo Tuba 8' (prep.), Choir; St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Casavant 1912-1997. This is the only known example. Bibliography Irwin[1]: Solo Tuba. FOOTER Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only. SoloTuba.html - Last updated 26 May 2002. Home Full Index


Examples:

Solo Tuba 8' (prep.), Choir; St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Casavant 1912-1997. This is the only known example.

Solo Tuba 8' (prep.), Choir; St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Casavant 1912-1997. This is the only known example.
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Original site compiled by Edward L. Stauff. For educational use only.