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Organette Roll Wanted For Copying
By Kevin McElhone

I have a very damaged copy of a 14-note Clariona organette roll which I
would like to have a perfect copy of.  Unfortunately a large part of the
first tune, a favourite of mine, is missing.

I wonder if anyone has a copy of this roll?  If so, would you be willing
either to copy the first tune for me, or to lend the roll to Ed Schmidt
for him to scan and copy for me?

The roll number is 1613, 30 feet long.  The tunes are:

    Dare To Be A Daniel - 4 feet
    Draw Me Nearer - 6 ft
    Rest For The Weary - 9ft
    Waiting By The River - 5ft
    My Sabbath Home - 6ft.

Even a copy of "Dare To Be A Daniel" on any other 14-note organette roll
would be fine, since all the scales are compatible.  It is just the
paper width that varies slightly.

Many thanks,
Kevin McElhone
Northampton, UK

(Message sent Mon 30 May 2005, 08:45:38 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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