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At last, rationale for the "tibia liquida" (look under Accessories) on the organ at St. Paul's, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
The way I understand it, this stop knob opens a secret liquor cabinet on the console (saw this in an organ periodical a while back).
There's a good bet that the organist there plays from memory.
What with the blurry vision and all.
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