Definition of Flue stop

1. Noun. An organ stop with the tone of a flue pipe.

Generic synonyms: Organ Stop



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Literary usage of Flue stop

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1. The Story of the Organ by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1903)
"Clarabella, a useful flue stop, invented by Bishop, of 8 feet, of full and powerful ... Clarionet Flute, a flue stop of the nature of the stopped diapason, ..."

2. Organ Registration: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Distinctive Quality of by Everett Ellsworth Truette (1919)
"Among these is the Gemshorn, which has a soft and somewhat reedy tone-quality, though it is a flue stop. The tone of this stop may be called a hybrid — a ..."

3. Organ Registration: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Distinctive Quality of by Everett Ellsworth Truette (1919)
"Among these is the Gemshorn, which has a soft and somewhat reedy tone-quality, though it is a flue stop. The tone of this stop may be called a hybrid — a ..."

4. A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French by Theodore Baker (1895)
"Flue-stop, one composed of flue-pipes. . .foundation-stop, one of normal 8-foot pitch.. .Half-stop, incomplete or imperfect stop, one producing ..."

5. A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French by Theodore Baker (1895)
"... the lower half of its register is controlled by a different stop-knob from the upper, and generally bears a different name... Flue-stop, one composed of ..."

6. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"... called л Flue-stop. Any single pipe of the former kind is called a Reed-pipe, any single pipe of the latter kind, a Flue-pi]«. ..."

7. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"Play, style of playing. jeu à bouche (zhu ä boosh') Fr. Literally, played by the mouth: a flue stop. An organ stop composed of pipes in which the sound is ..."

8. The Organ in France: A Study of Its Mechanical Construction, Tonal by Wallace Goodrich (1917)
"In two cases a flue stop is obviously demanded, in the third a reed may have been intended. Such stops were a feature of organs which Bach played or with ..."

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