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Percussion Striker Systems in European Organs
By Sam Harris

Robbie asked about the make of the organ and previous rebuilding.
It's a Bruder organ, 96-key, about 427 pipes.  Major restoration work
was done between 1975 and 1980.  During the restoration the organ was
converted to play the Wurlitzer Military style rolls.  If I remember
the label right it's the Style 165 format.

Sam Harris - Greenville, NC

 [ Gebrueder Bruder?  Ignaz Bruder Soehne?  Wilhelm Bruder Soehne?
 [ Alfred Bruder?  Waldkirch was full of Bruders!  -- Robbie

(Message sent Thu 16 Oct 2003, 12:47:18 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  European, Organs, Percussion, Striker, Systems

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