> There are two similar terms, 'plenum', and 'ripieno'.
IIRC there are two further terms called "plein jeux" (all stops of the
principal family like prestants, montres, octaves etc.) and "Grand Jeux"
(adding the reeds to plein jeux?!?).
IMO all those names may describe different things, depending on the instrument
the composer was using. If your instrument has no montre 8', "plein jeux"
would probably include an 8' flute. And if you have no reeds at all,
maybe "Grand Jeux" then means a "plein jeux" plus an tertiary aliquot (like
tierce etc.) to fake the missing reeds?
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