First published in English translation in 1888, describes the sound and construction of pipes which comprise more than 160 organ stops. As well, he defines other terms and, most helpfully, gives �hints for effective combinations� of stops. Locher was an organist in Berne, Switzerland, and first wrote at the behest of music teachers on the Continent who had heard him lecture on the subject. 65 pages, hardbound

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