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Prinsen Organ at Dutch Festival in Memphis
By Philip Jamison

I just returned from a job with my street organ: a 1,000 mile drive
to the "Memphis In May Festival".  Each year, they salute a different
country, and The Netherlands was this year's choice.

I played my 47-key Prinsen organ hauled on it's new trailer.  I wasn't
sure if the rather ungainly 9' 4" high tarp-covered trailer would tow
safely with my 6-cylinder 1994 Ford pickup truck, but it worked fine.
The trailer holds my draaiorgel on it's old cart and the whole unit
can be put on and off.  I attach a picture we took there.

Philip Jamison
West Chester, Pennsylvania
http://www.streetorgan.com/

 [ Cute costumes!  I'll place the photo at the MMD Pictures site,
 [ http://mmd.foxtail.com/Pictures/  -- Robbie


(Message sent Wed 16 May 2001, 16:59:39 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Dutch, Festival, Memphis, Organ, Prinsen

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