fluework definition

  • noun:
    • A system of organ stops in which the sound is caused by wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an edge above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • a broad title for organ stops when the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and striking a benefit above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • a method of organ stops where the sound is caused by wind moving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • a broad name for organ stops where noise is brought on by wind passing through a flue or fissure and hitting a benefit above; -- in difference from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken together, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • In organ-building, most of the flue-stops taken collectively, in difference from the reed-stops or reed-work. Also flute-work.
    • something of organ stops when the sound is brought on by wind moving through a flue or fissure and striking an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • an over-all title for organ stops where the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an edge above; -- in difference from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken collectively, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. Also flute-work.
    • a method of organ stops when the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • A general name for organ stops when the sound is due to wind passing through a flue or fissure and hitting a benefit above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken together, in distinction from the reed-stops or reed-work. Also flute-work.
    • something of organ stops where the sound is caused by wind moving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • A general title for organ stops where the noise is brought on by wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an advantage above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all flue-stops taken together, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. Additionally flute-work.
    • a method of organ stops when the sound is due to wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an edge above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • an over-all name for organ stops in which the sound is due to wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an advantage above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken collectively, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • a method of organ stops where the sound is brought on by wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an edge above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • something of organ stops when the sound is due to wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • an over-all title for organ stops where the noise is brought on by wind moving through a flue or fissure and hitting a benefit above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • a broad name for organ stops in which the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and striking an edge above; -- in difference from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken together, in difference from the reed-stops or reed-work. Additionally flute-work.
    • A system of organ stops in which the sound is caused by wind passing through a flue or fissure and striking an edge above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken collectively, in difference from reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • a broad title for organ stops where sound is due to wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an edge above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, most of the flue-stops taken together, in distinction from reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • A system of organ stops where the sound is brought on by wind moving through a flue or fissure and hitting an edge above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • a method of organ stops where the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • a broad name for organ stops when the noise is caused by wind moving through a flue or fissure and striking a benefit above; -- in difference from reedwork.
    • A system of organ stops where the sound is brought on by wind passing through a flue or fissure and hitting a benefit above; distinguished from reedwork.
    • A general title for organ stops in which the noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an advantage above; -- in difference from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all the flue-stops taken collectively, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • a broad title for organ stops where noise is brought on by wind driving through a flue or fissure and hitting an edge above; -- in distinction from reedwork.
    • In organ-building, all the flue-stops taken together, in difference from the reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.
    • In organ-building, all of the flue-stops taken together, in difference through the reed-stops or reed-work. In addition flute-work.

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