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Werner Auto-Player Project Is Almost Complete
By Larry Norman

[ Ref. Luke Myers in 160304 MMDigest --

Hi Luke and all,  Congratulations on getting your player ready to
play.  But one question -- Why not re-cover all 88 note pneumatics,
while you have the player out and can easily do those notes?

Granted, most rolls of the latter part of the 1900s and up to today
don't play those end notes, but there are a lot of fantastic ragtime
and blues rolls and other great music from way back in the early part
of the 1900s that still have notes in these six notes that do play.
I have a lot of fantastic rolls from way back then and I enjoy it when
they play these end notes.


Larry Norman - from beautiful Smith Mountain Lake, where the
temperature is up in the 70s and the flowers and trees are in
bloom.  Hope there's no more snow!

(Message sent Sat 12 Mar 2016, 11:25:03 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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