Carl Frei 90-key "De Hagenaar" Dutch Street Organ
By Ingmar Krause
Hello! Its amazing each time! The good things are always coming back!
Tim Trager wrote in 990130 MMDigest:
> As collectors we tend to ignore the fact that Canada did indeed have
> (and still does have!) some fabulous mechanical music machines. ...
> [including] the Carl Frei 90-key De Hagenaar street organ.
Haven't heard of it some time now! This organ is what you may call
"the ideological father" of the 66-key organ we own for about 15 years
now. (This may be strange to some people, as they have about nearly
nothing in common, but that's another story.)
Some of the books for "De Hagenaar" were 'translated' to the 66-gamma.
This is still a big part of the repertoire we now have for it.
Quite some memories coming up. Therefore: Any knowledge about its
greetings by(e) InK - Ingmar Krause
ERlanger drehORGEL-Trio, Familie Krause, email@example.com
P.S.: The world - and especially the MM-world - is small!
[ The book, "Waldkircher Dreh- und Jahrmarkt-Orgeln", by H. Juettmann,
[ has a color picture of "De Hagenaar", owner Paul Cuoco of Wyoming,
[ Pennsylvania. Has this organ been at recent rallies? -- Robbie
(Message sent Sun 31 Jan 1999, 17:27:07 GMT, from time zone GMT+0200.)