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FS: New Zaya-Ruzo MINI-14 Street Organ Kit
By Anatoly Zayaruzny

I just want to announce that after 16 months of working on new street
organ design, the kit of a smallest mechanical organ in the world is
now available on the market.  It is called a MINI-14 and a 88-page
book with 150+ pictures is included.  It has 14 pipes and plays using
paper music rolls.

You can visit http://www.zayaruzostreetorgan.com/ for more info and
lots of products related to MINI-14, and to the street organs as well.
The price of the kit is $355, but there are good deals on eBay for
about $300.

Anatoly Zayarusny
Cheshire, Connecticut, USA
http://www.zayaruzostreetorgan.com/ 

 [ Craftsman Anatoly Zayarusny, also known as Anatoly Zaya-Ruzo, has
 [ been creating musical instruments, automata, and mechanical music
 [ devices for more than four decades.  Some of his works have been
 [ made in the USA, the others in Ukraine, where he came from 20
 [ years ago.  See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JeDUOJRD5o and
 [ https://www.youtube.com/user/azayaruzny  Anatoly introduces himself
 [ and demonstrates a double-automatota playing lute and recorder, at
 [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZeRMQyyKts  -- Robbie


(Message sent Sun 8 Feb 2015, 22:51:30 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  FS, Kit, MINI-14, New, Organ, Street, Zaya-Ruzo

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