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I must say, your forum verification process with the questions about organ knowledge are a bit scary and daunting for a novice, and were it not for Google, I'd have never even been able to join here - Is that the intent?
Firstly, your question on the Spitz Flute and Erzaeler. The Spitz Flute is a medium sized, in bore and cut- up, a robustly - toned flute. The word ' Spitz " implies that it has an open, invertly tapered body, and it has been traditionally used in the main 8 ft or 4ft flute chorus on the principal keyboard of the organ. However, different organ builders might have their own interpretation on this. Secondly, the Erzaeler, which is a little more difficult to explain. In the USA, it generally denotes a mild - toned string stop, often paired with a Vox Celeste which gives an undulating effect when the two are used together. However, my own interpretation of the Erzaeler (German : Narrator ) has always been a reed register