solo stop

solo stop

n
(Instruments) any of various organ stops designed to imitate a solo performance on a particular musical instrument
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The pedaling in each is fairly simple (except for "Assurance") and moving between manuals for a special solo stop or descant is optional each time it's suggested: Each piece can all be played on a single manual if desired.
She met up with Obama again later that month for the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago, after the president made a solo stop in Mexico while Clinton went to Haiti and the Dominican Republican.
Rhodes is the current support act on Martha Wainwright's UK tour but is making a solo stop off in Aberdare on the way.
A corollary conclusion is that on a two-manual instrument all three registers and the coupler would normally be engaged, thus precluding the common modern practice of using the lower manual 8' by itself as a solo stop.
Since some organs may not feature this stop, the organist may have to register a solo stop or 8' principal to accommodate this.
RB Kenjon Barner had one punt return for minus-3 yards, DE Taylor Hart had one assisted tackle for the Eagles, and DE Brandon Bair had two tackles for Philadelphia, including one solo stop.
LB Spencer Paysinger had two tackles, including one solo stop, for the Miami Dolphins in their 30-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers.
QB Derek Anderson had two carries for 2 yards for Carolina, and DT Dwan Edwards had two tackles, including one solo stop.
NG Haloti Ngata had four tackles, including one solo stop, for the Detroit Lions in their 18-16 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
S Patrick Chung had three tackles, including one solo stop for New England.
S Patrick Chung had four tackles, including one solo stop, and returned one kickoff for 17 yards.
DT Stephen Paea had two tackles, including one solo stop, for Washington in its win over Philadelphia.