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AVA206: I am to give a recital on an organ which has 3 mutation stops and would like to demonstrate all 3 during the recital Alison writes: Hi Vidas, I enjoying reading your blog and would appreciate some advice on repertoire using the mutation stops. I am to give a recital on an organ which has 3 mutation stops and would like to demonstrate all 3 during the recital. I have looked out a Cornet Voluntary by John Stanley and a tierce en taille by Michel Corrette, but perhaps you could suggest some other repertoire I could play? Here is the full specification of the organ: Department and Stop list Pedal Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 1 Sub Bass 16 RDH Bourdon Manual I Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 2 Principal 8 3 Stopped Diapason 8 4 Octave 4 5 Fifteenth 2 6 Nineteenth 1 1/3 7 Twentysecond 1 Manual II Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 8 Gedackt 8 9 Chimney Flute 4 10 Nazard 2 2/3 11 Flute 2 12 Tierce 1 3/5 Console Console type attached Stop type drawstop Pedalboard radiating concave Naturals black, sharps black/white; couplers by hitch down pedal; Couplers Manual II to Manual I Manual II to Pedal Manual I to Pedal I hope you will use this question in your blog. Best wishes, Alison

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Alison writes: Hi Vidas, I enjoying reading your blog and would appreciate some advice on repertoire using the mutation stops. I am to give a recital on an organ which has 3 mutation stops and would like to demonstrate all 3 during the recital. I have looked out a Cornet Voluntary by John Stanley and a tierce en taille by Michel Corrette, but perhaps you could suggest some other repertoire I could play? Here is the full specification of the organ: Department and Stop list Pedal Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 1 Sub Bass 16 RDH Bourdon Manual I Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 2 Principal 8 3 Stopped Diapason 8 4 Octave 4 5 Fifteenth 2 6 Nineteenth 1 1/3 7 Twentysecond 1 Manual II Key action Suspended Stop action Me Compass-low Compass-high Keys 8 Gedackt 8 9 Chimney Flute 4 10 Nazard 2 2/3 11 Flute 2 12 Tierce 1 3/5 Console Console type attached Stop type drawstop Pedalboard radiating concave Naturals black, sharps black/white; couplers by hitch down pedal; Couplers Manual II to Manual I Manual II to Pedal Manual I to Pedal I hope you will use this question in your blog. Best wishes, Alison
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