Contre Viole

noun Con·tre Viole \kōⁿ‧trəvyȯl, ˈkän‧trəvēˌȯl\

Definition of Contre Viole

  1. :  a mild organ stop of usually 16′ pitch with a string tone

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Origin and Etymology of contre viole

French contre-viole, literally, counter viol


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