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Dictionary of the Organ (1914)
Organ Registers, Their Timbres, Combinations, and Acoustic Phenomena by Carl Locher
An Unda Maris 8' is found in the Heidelberg organ ; in the Nicolaikirche, Leipzig; in the 4th manual swell-box of the new Hamburg organ; and in the Gedachtniskirche organ at Speyer. From these examples it is evident that this stop is now ...
by George Grove
UNDA MARIS (the sea-wave), a name for the undulating organ-stop, more generally known as Voix CELESTEs.
Covering the Entire Period of Musical History from the Earliest Times to the Season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan De Bekker
Unda Maris. "'Wave of the sea." "VOX ANGELICA," organ stop, so called because of its wavy undulating tone. Undecima. L. Eleventh. Undecimole. Group of eleven notes to be played in the time of eight of the same kind. Undersong. Chorus or ...
by Hugo Riemann
Unda maris. (See TREMULANT.) Undertones (undertone series), is the name given to that series of tones which, as opposed to the upper tone series, extends downwards; and these are as necessary for the explanation of the consonance of ...
by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
UNDA MARIS (The sea-wave), a name for the undulating organ stop more generally known as Voix CÉLESTE. [G.] UNDINE. A cantata for solos, chorne, and orchestra ; words by John Oxenford, music by Sir Julius Benedict, composed for ...
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