Listed only by Wedgwood, who says:
The name occurred in the specification of the former organ at Saville Cathedral, as given in Hamilton's “Catechism of the Organ” and in Hopkins' and Rimbault's treatise. It appears to have been an ordinary stop named after the town of Toulouse.
Could this “ordinary stop” have been a mixture? All the examples in Osiris are mixtures (see below); compare with Corneta Tolosana.
Tolosana III, Organo Mayor (left), Cadereta (left); El Salvador, Sevilla, Spain; Juan de Bono 1794.
Tolosana II (divided), Organa des Ecos; Convento de Sant Agusti, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain; Caimari.
Tolosana IV, Trompetería; Tolosana III, Pedal; Main Hall, Auditorio Nacional, Madrid, Spain; Grenzing 1991.
Tolosana III, Organo Mayor (right); Colegiata, Daroca, Zaragoza, Spain; Pascual de Mallén 1489.
Tolosana III, Cadireta; Santa María, Montblanc, Barcelona, Spain; 1700's.
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