Entry from British & World English dictionary
An organ stop especially suitable for imitating a solo performance on another instrument.
- The instrument had solo stops so that, for example, the melody of a chorale could be played with the feet while the accompaniment or decorative patterning of a chorale prelude was played on one or more manuals.
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