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Identifying Aeolian Organ (Orchestrelle)
By Kevin McElhone

This is clearly a pressure model as it has an air-tight cover to the
spool box.

I agree the stop listing is the same as a model "S" (I had one of these
for 10 years), but that model is a suction machine.  I believe yours is
a model "M," which until now was known to me only in Australia.

There are at least twenty-seven models of the 58-note Aeolian Reed
organ.  Please contact me privately with further questions.

Sincerely,
Kevin McElhone
Northampton, UK


(Message sent Mon 30 May 2005, 09:06:13 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

Key Words in Subject:  Aeolian, Identifying, Orchestrelle, Organ

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