Choir organ

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(Mus.) one of the three or five distinct organs included in the full organ, each separable from the rest, but all controlled by one performer; a portion of the full organ, complete in itself, and more practicable for ordinary service and in the accompanying of the vocal choir.

See also: Choir

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There are similar lapses in editing: "Ora Mundi" (for Orbis Mundi, 37, 38, 113), "proscribed" for prescribed, and "chair organ" for choir organ (both, 218), and so on.
Calm, unflappable, and totally authoritative, Jellicoe presided over a programme which, after Walton's Spitfire Prelude from Ian Tracey on Worcester Cathedral's new choir organ so magnificently fitted to this building, continued with a Bliss Fanfare, and moved on to Elgar's Cockaigne Overture.