Stops called mixturs contain multiple ranks of pipes sounding simultaneously. The mixturs—the sound crowns—bring splendour and brilliance to the sound of the instrument. The group also includes solo stops, which, sounding at consecutive octaves and fifths (and, in some cases, thirds) above unison pitch, produce different timbres.
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