The literature has little to offer regarding this stop. Audsley describes its “probable tonality” as “an octave or 4 ft. lingual stop of soft intonation.” Elsewhere he states that the prefix klein, meaning “small”, is used by German builders “to indicate either octave pitch or small scale”. Wedgwood says only “4 ft. Octave Regal.”
Kleinregal 16'; St. Dominicus, Prague, Czechoslovakia. This example is cited by Adlung.
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