“Tubular-pneumatic action” refers to an apparatus used in many pipe organs built during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The term “tubular” refers to the extensive use of lead tubing to connect the organ’s console to the valves that control the delivery of “wind” (air under pressure) to the organ’s pipes. Many such organs are extant 100 or more years after their construction.
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