#05: March Im Zigeunerlager [In the Gypsy Camp], comp. Max Oscheit,
Belgian or French fairground organ, maybe a big Limonaire or Gavioli.
#12: Lunapark Marsch is a Carl Frei composition; the organ is not
a Ruth, maybe a Bruder.
#13: Most probably the 90-key Hooghuys organ from the Utrecht museum
(listen to the vox humana voice!)
#21: This fine fox-trot is called "Sonnenblumen" (sunflowers) and was
composed by Eysoldt. The organ playing is a Ruth style 39, one of the
two ever made; 96-keyless and completely chromatic. This organ is now
owned by Mr. Wenzler of Switzerland. The recording is from about 1975.
#22: A Ruth style 38 for sure.
Hans van Oost
[ Related information on tune #21:
[ Eysoldt, Leo; born 10 November 1879; conductor & composer
[ Eysoldt, Leo: "Sunflower", piano solo
[ Repertoire list of the German cafe trio "Expressivo" :
[ "Sunflower" (Shimmy), by L. Eysoldt
[ "Sunflower maid", by L. Eysoldt and S. R. Henry, arr. for orchestra
[ by W. C. Polla; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, c1923.
[ http://settlet.fateback.com/Cameo200.htm Cameo records 1922-1924
[ "Sunflower Maid" (no composer credited), recorded 29 July 1923
[ by William Robyn, Cameo matrix 0588-F
[ "My Sunflower Maid", by Smith-Wheeler-Eysoldt, rec'd 23 January 1923
[ by Arthur Lange & His Orchestra, Cameo matrix 0404-B
[ -- Robbie