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Monkey Organs by Orgelbau Stueber, Berlin
By Tim Trager

For the past three years, I have been the source for Stuber Monkey
Organs in America.  Through my arrangements with a Munich shipper and
Alex Stuber, a number of Stuber organs are now owned by happy American
enthusiasts and have appeared at our organ rallies.

In my opinion, the Stuber organ is one of the finest and most
affordable 20 key roll operated organs made today!  The basic 20-key
organ is the most popular.  It is made in the Berliner tradition from
quality materials.  There are various options such as an inlaid case
and violin pipes.  Other styles include a 26-key Violin Pan, 31-key
Concert Organ, and a 33-key trumpet organ.

The basic 20-key organ, the most popular, is priced at just $2,900.00
which includes two rolls plus crating.  The shipping cost is quite
reasonable to an airport near your location.  If any Americans are
interested, I can e-mail you a brochure of this most affordable and
fun instrument.

Tim Trager

 [ According to the new rules of German orthography, the family name
 [ spelled with u-umlaut should be transliterated as Stueber, but the
 [ firm's web site is inconsistent: on the German pages it's spelled
 [ with u-umlaut, but at the English pages it's Stuber.  The welcome
 [ at the English home page says:
 [ "Orgelbau Stuber was founded by Orgelbaumeister (Master Craftsman)
 [ Axel Stueber in 1977 in the Friedrichshain district of Berlin.
 [ We follow the old tradition of Berlin Barrel Organ building, and
 [ our expertise is founded on years of experience in designing and
 [ restoring classical (church) pipe organs."
 [ Since the name on the organ is spelled with u-umlaut I will use
 [ the standard transliteration "Stueber" in the MMD Subject line.
 [ Visit
 [ -- Robbie

(Message sent Fri 26 Jan 2001, 19:48:09 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

Key Words in Subject:  Berlin, Monkey, Organs, Orgelbau, Stueber

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