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Tibia Profunda Latin


Description:

Audsley and Wedgwood describe this stop as a 16' pedal Tibia Plena (an open flute). Bonavia-Hunt describes it as a large-scale bass Clarabella with leathered lips. Irwin claims that it is usually a Tibia Clausa of 16' pitch in the manuals, or 32' pitch in the pedal, and occasionally an open rank of large scale. Williams specifies 16' or 32' pitch.


Variants:


Examples:

Tibia Profunda 32', 16', Pedal; Hammond Castle, Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA.

Tibia Profunda 32', 16', Pedal; Hammond Castle, Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA.
Tibia Profunda 16' (wood), Great; Tibia Profunda 32', Pedal (ext. of Great); Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia; Hill, Norman & Beard 1929.
Tibia Profunda 16' (wood & iron), Pedal; Tibia Profunda 16' (metal), Great; Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, England; Hope-Jones 1896.
Tibia Profunda 16', Recitativo, Pedal; Basilica S. Pietro, Vatican, Italy; Tamburini 1954.
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