- an 8 feet (2.4 meters) wooden flue-pipe stop organ resembling the clarabella in tone.
Origin of melodia
special use of Late Latin melōdia melody
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The Philomela as made by Jardine is a melodia with two mouths.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building</p>
George Laing Miller
Similar to melodia but with less brown and the markings blacker and more distinct.The Bird Book
Chester A. Reed
The diapason treble register is known as “melodia”; different makers occasionally vary the use of fancy names for other stops.
The song sparrow (Melospiza melodia) is among the first to return to its summer home.Trails and Tramps in Alaska and Newfoundland
William S. Thomas
Melodia seemed so friendly, Julie gained courage enough to purse up her lips for a speech, but the shade anticipated her.The ghosts of their ancestors
Weymer Jay Mills