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2 2/3', 2', 1 1/3'


klar, hell, schrill


The Mixture register in a pipe organ is a compound stop consisting of several ranks of pipes that are designed to blend together and produce a harmonically rich and brilliant sound. It is characterized by its shimmering and sparkling quality, adding brilliance and clarity to the organ's overall timbre. The pipes of the Mixture register are typically constructed with a small scale and made of metal, allowing them to generate high-pitched tones. The Mixture register is often located in the upper range of the organ's tonal spectrum and is used to enhance the organ's presence and projection. When the Mixture stop is engaged, the pipes sound simultaneously, creating a dense texture of harmonics that complements the foundation stops. This results in a heightened sense of brilliance and clarity in the music, particularly in passages that require more brilliance and power, such as registrations for grand and festive occasions. The Mixture register is a versatile and essential component of the organ's tonal palette, adding a vibrant and crystalline character to the overall sound. Its purpose is to bring a sense of brilliance and brilliance to the music, contributing to the organ's ability to convey a wide range of musical expressions and emotions.

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