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Chromatic Percussions for Automatic Instruments
By Mitchell Manger

I'm looking for "tuned" (chromatic) percussions for use in my
percussion-only MIDI-automated instrument, or for manual use on its
own -- percussions such as glockenspiel/orchestra bells, saucer bells,
marimba, xylophone, vibra-harp, celesta/celeste, una-fon, reveille
bells, aluminum harp, organ chimes, shaker chimes, musical coins,
tubaphones, chrysoglott, harp, tubular chimes/bells, song bells,
hand bells, crotales, cymbalstern, carillons, marimbaphone and more
-- including manufacturers such as Deagan, Mayland, Maas-Rowe,
Kohler-Lieblich, Jenco, Leedy, Mustel, Whitechapel, Verdin, Wurlitzer,
Morton, Aeolian, Kimball, Barton, Wicks, Kilgen, Marr & Colton,
Seeburg, Welte, and others.

Mitchell Manger

(Message sent Mon 10 May 2010, 07:26:26 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

Key Words in Subject:  Automatic, Chromatic, Instruments, Percussions

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