Viole Sordine

noun
Vi·​ole Sor·​dine | \ vēˈōlsȯrˈdēn\

Definition of Viole Sordine

: a soft-toned organ stop consisting of small conical pipes that imitates a muted viol

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History and Etymology for Viole Sordine

probably modification of French viole sourdine muted viol

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