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Wurlitzer "Casino" Player Piano
By Roger Waring

I would just like to say thanks to Ferdinand and Robbie for their
fascinating contributions on the subject of these very late pneumatic
Wurlitzer payers.  If the actions of these instruments really are of
Aeolian origin then already I feel encouraged beyond measure.

I have today just returned from Oxfordshire (UK) where I was able
to successfully carry out repairs to yet another ca. 1923 Steck with
Aeolian player unit.  One very happy family is now looking forward to
a musical Christmas!

Roger Waring - The Pianola Workshop
Solihull, United Kingdom

(Message sent Fri 12 Dec 2003, 21:59:03 GMT, from time zone GMT.)

Key Words in Subject:  Casino, Piano, Player, Wurlitzer

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