Composers of the French organ school of the Classical period were meticulous in writing out types of registration, and by the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries detailed descriptions of organ registration appeared in practical manuals by French theoreticians.
Alexei Panov discusses evidence for the exact composition of Grand Jeu and Plein Jeu registrations, in the light of writings of the time, in this article originally published in the RCO Journal in 2013.
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