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"De Carillon" 64-Key Bursens Street Organ
By Jan Kees de Ruijter

Besides the 56-key Bursens street organ "de Carillion" in the Haarlem
organ museum, there is another Bursens street organ with this name:
this one is 64-key and is owned by Nick Baker in England.  It was
restored last year and I think it is for sale now.

This organ is the one shown on page 129 in the Dutch book
"Glorieuze orgeldagen" (Glorious Organ Days), which was published
in 1965 in Holland and was written by Frans Wieffering.

Jan Kees de Ruijter

(Message sent Wed 21 Nov 2001, 20:30:49 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

Key Words in Subject:  64-Key, Bursens, Carillon, De, Organ, Street

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