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Triberg Museum News
By Francoise Dussour

Saturday 18th. September 1999 was a very important day for the museum
in Triberg (Black Forest, Germany). Two new rooms are inaugurated: the
first shows the Kurt Niemuth's collection from Berlin. The main
instruments are little street organs, like Baccigalupo, Cocci and
Grafigna. Another from Hannover or Hamburg. Some steel disc music boxes
are in show-cases. In the center of the room, you have a pillar with
many buttons and two or three head-listener and you can select the
music of the recorded organs and listen to. The second room was an
exhibition with old radios from the very well known firm SABA.

All the main people of the town and the region were there and also the
President-Minister from Baden-Wurtemberg, Mr.Teufel.  Siegfried Wendel,
M. Juttemann, Otto Kalenka  and Adolf Warth have joined this
inauguration with many people of the Berliner Streetorgan society and
myself.

Best regards from Mirecourt in France
Francoise
fdussour@club-internet.fr.geentroep [ drop .geentroep to reply ]


(Message sent Mon 20 Sep 1999, 21:14:29 GMT, from time zone GMT+0200.)

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