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Celestina Organette Tracker Bar Scale
By Gary Heckman

I have a Celestina Organette (Wilcox & White, CT) which plays a 5-1/2"
music roll.  There are 20 notes on the tracker bar.  Through the years
someone has switched the reeds around and the tune is not identified.
I would appreciate if anyone has any information as to what reeds go
where starting from the left to the right of the tracker bar.

I also have Organette music rolls measuring 7-3/4" for a 20-note
McTammany Organ or what ever for sale or trade.  Please send information
to my email address: glheckman@juno.com

Gary L. Heckman
Lincoln, Nebraska


(Message sent Sun 28 Jan 2001, 18:11:45 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

Key Words in Subject:  Bar, Celestina, Organette, Scale, Tracker

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