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Coll has forged the biography of “a corporate state within the American state,” as he so aptly calls it.Steve Coll on ExxonMobil’s Sinister Kingdom and ‘Private Empire’|Jimmy So|May 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The pneumatic action used by Willis, Cavaill-Coll and a score of other builders leaves little to be desired.
As before stated, Cavaill-Coll and Willis worked as pioneers in perfecting and in introducing the pneumatic action.
Cavaill-Coll subsequently utilized slightly increased pressures for the trebles of his flue stops as well as for his larger reeds.
Willis even went so far as to slot all of his Diapason pipes, and Cavaill-Coll sometimes adopted a similar practice.
The French school of reed voicing, led by Cavaill-Coll, has produced several varieties that have become celebrated.