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FS: New Wurlitzer Style 165 Band Organ Rolls
By Glenn Thomas

Just in time for Christmas, two new Wurlitzer style 165 band organ
rolls have been released.

Roll 6870, arranged by Mikey Mills, is a collection of great tunes from
the 1920's arranged in the style that Wurlitzer used in that period.

Roll 6871, arranged by Andy Park, is a special collection of requested
period Mexican tunes, lively arranged just as the original dance bands
did.

Both are highly recommended, as well as others from our last lists,
some copies of which are still available.  Details available at
http://www.nickelodeonhouse.net/Wurlitzer165_103015.html  or directly
from me.

Glenn Thomas
Princeton, New Jersey
wurlitzer165@comcast.net.geentroep [delete ".geentroep" to reply]


(Message sent Tue 1 Dec 2015, 02:24:52 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  165, Band, FS, New, Organ, Rolls, Style, Wurlitzer

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