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Keyboardless Player Organ Console In Old Mansion
By Henry Prellwitz

Hello, all;  What we have here is an Aeolian 116-note remote player
unit, marketed as the "Aeolienne", usually installed in addition to
the regular player console.

I don't think Aeolian Co. made many of these after World War One.
Most had the older style terraced drawknobs, and later on the cheaper
rocking tablets.  Too bad it's not for sale; I've been looking for one.

Cheerio,
Henry Prellwitz
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


(Message sent Sat 9 Jul 2016, 11:30:37 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

Key Words in Subject:  Console, Keyboardless, Mansion, Old, Organ, Player

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