The New International Encyclopædia/Fugara
|←Fuga, Ferdinando||The New International Encyclopædia
|Edition of 1906. See also List of pipe organ stops on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.|
FUGARA, fōō-gä'rȧ (It., from fugare, to flee). The name of a well-known organ stop of four or eight feet pitch, with metal flue-pipes generally of a small scale. The tone has a sharp, ‘stringy’ quality.