Combination action (Fr. appel, pédale de combinaison; Ger. freie Kombination)
(Fr. appel, pédale de combinaison; Ger. freie Kombination)
In organs, a device that allows the player to put a group of stops into operation at once. Such actions may be either fixed (unalterable) or adjustable by the player, and are found in organs with every type of key action: mechanical, pneumatic or electric. Early mechanical types of combination action were generally foot-operated, but in electric-action organs thumb-buttons between the manuals are common. ...