Dolcette Italian?
Octave Dolce Italian?

A 4' Dolce. Audsley describes it as “imparting a foreign element to the voices of the softly-toned covered stops”. Irwin says its tone “is simply an overlay of soft partials to be added to other stops”, and also lists it as a synonym for Dulcet.


None known. Contributions welcome.


Audsley[1]: Dolcette. Audsley[2]: I.XIII Dolcette. Irwin[1]: Dolcette; Dulcet.
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