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That is one of the places that when the pianists come to, they get their foot hard on to the pedal and hold on to it—Herr Gott!
I had played that study to Tausig, and he found no fault with my use of the pedal; so I sat down thinking I could do it right.
The pedal keys were almost invariably straight and the pedal boards flat.
It frequently leads to a player upsetting his Pedal combination when he has no desire to do so.
Metal buttons or pistons located on the toe piece of the pedal-board were introduced by the ingenious Casavant of Canada.
The pedal was thrown back by a spring on being released from the pressure of the foot.
The introduction of the balanced Swell pedal (Walcker, 1863) has greatly increased the tonal resources of the organ.
It becomes impossible to use the combination pedals without disturbing the stops and couplers of the Pedal department.
He placed in the key slip below each manual what he called a "Pedal Help."
In large organs two or three adjustable toe pistons are also provided to give independent control of the Pedal organ.

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