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MIDI-Controlled Chamber Organ by David Leach
By Craig Smith

Well, I think that it's really something.  Boy, would I love to have
one in my house!  As to the name: if that doesn't look like the insides
of an orchestrion, I don't know what does.  Just add a case and it's
a Dufner or a Welte.

Regards,
Craig Smith
near Rochester, New York, USA

 [ I chose chamber organ because of its quiet voice; maybe better
 [ would be residence organ, or, indeed, orchestrion such as the
 [ instruments made by Imhof & Mukle.  See the definitions in
 [ Bowers' Encyclopedia, page 967.  -- Robbie


(Message sent Wed 27 Apr 2005, 19:05:52 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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