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Béquille (Fr.)locked

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As applied to harps, a mechanism for chromatic alteration of the pitch of the strings by pinching the strings between pairs of turning ‘crutches’ operated by the pedals; the mechanism was introduced in the late 18th century by Georges and Jacques-Georges Cousineau.

See also Cousineau family...

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