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FS: Replica 52-key Dutch Street Organ "Puffin"
By Ted Bowman

For sale: The "Puffin", a replica Dutch street organ, 52 keys 
Limonaire scale, 5 registers (trombone, bourdon, violins, violin
celeste, tremulant), bass and snare drums, Hooghuys pattern keyframe
-- a unique craftsman-made instrument mounted in a new weatherproof
trailer.  95 books of music provide six hours of music.  Reviewed and 
illustrated in issue 3-07 of "The Key Frame", the quarterly magazine 
of the Fair Organ Preservation Society.

Built and owned by W.R. ("Bob") Wallington of Wadebridge, Cornwall,
U.K., telephone (00 44) 01208 815916.  The undersigned is able to pass
on enquiries and supply technical information.

Ted Bowman, 24 The Slade, 
Clophill, Bedford, MK45 4BZ, U.K.
email: [delete ".geentroep" to reply]

 [ See photos at
 [ -- Robbie

(Message sent Mon 10 Nov 2008, 21:09:17 GMT, from time zone GMT.)

Key Words in Subject:  52-key, Dutch, FS, Organ, Puffin, Replica, Street

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