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Digest NrSubject and Author
2017.12.01.01Ragtime And Mechanical Music Are Inseparable, from Nathan Bello
2017.11.27.02Ragtime And Mechanical Music Are Inseparable, from John Cowles
2017.11.25.02Ragtime And Mechanical Music Are Inseparable, from Jere Ryder
2017.01.22.02Songs of Previous Generations Are Unknown Today, from Ray Bauer
2016.10.29.02Mortier Dance Organ Trombones are Too Loud, from Nicholas Simons
2016.10.28.01Mortier Dance Organ Trombones are Too Loud, from John Page, UK
2016.10.25.04Mortier Dance Organ Trombones are Too Loud, from Howard Sanford
2015.12.24.06Player Piano Mechanisms Are Misunderstood, from David Dewey
2015.12.23.04Player Piano Mechanisms Are Misunderstood, from Lester Wolff
2015.12.23.03Player Piano Mechanisms Are Misunderstood, from D. L. Bullock
2015.12.22.01Player Piano Mechanisms Are Misunderstood, from David Dewey
2015.12.21.03Player Piano Mechanisms Are Misunderstood, from Luke Myers
2015.11.19.04Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Randy Hayno
2015.11.19.03Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Paul Tuck
2015.11.19.02Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Niko Wiegman
2015.11.17.03Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Matt Jaro
2015.11.17.02Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Matthew Caulfield
2015.11.17.01Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Kip Williams
2015.11.16.01Tunesheet Titles Are Difficult to Read, from Niko Wiegman
2015.07.08.04FS: "You Are My Sunshine" Style 125 MIDI File, from Andy Adams
2014.06.03.04Wurlitzer Band Organ Scales are 100 Years Old, from Andy Park
2014.05.25.03Unrestorable Instruments Are Restorable, from Don Teach
2013.12.13.01QRS Piano Rolls Are Still In Production, from Bob Berkman
2012.12.28.07Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Gordon Stelter
2012.12.27.04Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Steve Bentley
2012.12.27.03Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Marc Goodman
2012.12.26.02Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from John A. Tuttle
2012.12.24.05Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Donald Cochrane
2012.12.24.04Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Deane Wiley
2012.12.23.03Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Marc Goodman
2012.12.22.06Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Jim Gabaree
2012.12.13.07Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Bill Chapman
2012.12.13.06Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Bill Luecht
2012.12.11.05Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Bruce Clark
2012.12.11.04Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Donald Cochrane
2012.12.11.03Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Douglas Heckrotte
2012.12.10.03Piano Rolls Are Damaged During Rewind, from Donald Cochrane
2012.03.05.05Vacuum Reservoirs Are Different Sizes, from John A. Tuttle
2012.03.04.08Vacuum Reservoirs Are Different Sizes, from S. Lee Walker
2012.01.01.01Regina Discs Are Too Small, from Nancy Fratti
2011.12.31.04Regina Discs Are Too Small, from Mike Cino
2011.03.28.06" Are You Love" Ampico Roll 213811, from Greg Coen
2011.03.28.05" Are You Love" Ampico Roll 213811, from Skip Klosz
2011.03.27.04" Are You Love" Ampico Roll 213811, from Bobby Clark
2011.03.26.01" Are You Love" Ampico Roll 213811, from David Stankov
2011.02.11.01Seek 88-note Rolls "Red Rose Rag," " Are You From Dixie?", from Tony Liene
2010.10.17.02Player Pianos Are Far From Dead, from Dave Haibach
2010.10.16.02Player Pianos Are Far From Dead, from Ken Marts
2009.07.01.043,000 Piano Rolls Are Sold, from Jerry F. Bacon
2009.02.12.0888-note Piano Rolls Are Sold, from Harvey Chao
2008.07.17.01Wurlitzer Mammoth & Joyland Louie Are Missing, from Joyce Brite
2007.12.19.01Player Pianos Are a Labor of Love, from Andy Taylor
2007.07.23.09Lot of 163 Duo-Art Rolls Are Sold, from Jerry F. Bacon
2007.07.04.04Seek QRS "Stars Are The Windows of Heaven", from Robert Leighton
2006.11.18.04Pianocorder Pedal Solenoids Are Weak, from Jack M. Conway
2006.11.16.05Pianocorder Pedal Solenoids Are Weak, from John Haskey
2006.11.15.07Pianocorder Pedal Solenoids Are Weak, from Jerry F. Bacon
2006.11.14.13Pianocorder Pedal Solenoids Are Weak, from Stuart Bradley
2006.08.14.02MMD Archives are Great, from Bill Sharkey
2005.11.17.06Piano Rolls Are Primarily Arrangements, from Douglas Henderson
2005.10.01.01Please, Where Are You From?, from Hauke Marxsen
2005.09.17.08Player Piano Pedals Are Hard To Press, from Ed Salvatore
2005.08.26.02 Are UK Duo-Art Rolls Better Than USA Rolls?, from Julian Dyer
2005.08.25.01 Are UK Duo-Art Rolls Better Than USA Rolls?, from Dan Wilson, London
2005.08.23.03 Are UK Duo-Art Rolls Better Than USA Rolls?, from Spencer Chase
2005.08.22.03 Are UK Duo-Art Rolls Better Than USA Rolls?, from Brian Chesters
2005.06.19.01MMD Surveys Are Coming, from Jody Kravitz
2005.01.21.08Emerson & Holtzer-Cabot Motors Are Sold, from Jerry F. Bacon
2004.12.01.03MMD Readers Are The Best!, from Bob Stewart
2004.07.09.01YOU Are The Future of Mechanical Music, from Don Cox
2004.04.15.02Mechanical Music Machines Are Musical Instruments, from Brian Smith
2003.10.21.01 Are You Not Receiving MMDigest?, from Robbie Rhodes
2003.09.11.10 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from D. L. Bullock
2003.09.10.10 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Don Cox
2003.09.10.09 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Eliyahu Shahar
2003.09.09.06 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Tom Lear
2003.09.09.05 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Dan Wilson, London
2003.09.08.12 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Jurgen Goering
2003.09.08.11 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Larry Smith
2003.09.08.10 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Robbie Rhodes
2003.09.08.09 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Ted Konetski
2003.09.07.01 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Harald Mueller
2003.09.05.06 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from John Farmer
2003.09.05.05 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Ingmar Krause
2003.09.05.04 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from John A. Tuttle
2003.09.04.09 Are Mechanical Music Instruments "Robots"?, from Mark Kinsler
2002.12.20.06Player Pianos Are Alive and Well in 2002, from James Jelinek
2002.12.19.06Player Pianos Are Alive and Well in 2002, from Herb Lindahl
2002.12.15.04Player Pianos Are Alive and Well in 2002, from John A. Tuttle
2002.10.15.04Player Pianos Are Fun & Piano Moving Cost, from Karl Ellison
2002.10.14.03Player Pianos Are Fun, from Paul Murphy
2002.10.13.03Player Pianos Are More Entertaining, from Mike Knudsen
2002.10.12.02Player Pianos are Fun, from Roger Waring
2002.10.11.01Player Pianos Are Fun, from Peter Neilson
2002.10.10.02Player Pianos Are Fun, from Don Teach
2002.08.02.02Unknown Roller Organ Cobs Are Gem, from Todd Augsburger
2002.07.31.03Unknown Roller Organ Cobs Are Gem, from James Jelinek
2002.07.31.02Unknown Roller Organ Cobs Are Gem, from Ron Ginger
2002.07.31.01Unknown Roller Organ Cobs Are Gem, from Harald Mueller
2001.10.16.03Tune Words For "Uncle Sam, Tell Us Why You Are Waiting", from Matthew Caulfield
2001.10.15.02MMDs Are Few And Far Between, from Dean T. Smith
2001.10.09.04Tune Words For "Uncle Sam, Tell Us Why You Are Waiting ?", from Kevin McElhone
2001.08.12.01Possessions Are Treasures Too, from Jerry F. Bacon
2001.08.11.01Memories, Not Possessions, Are the Treasures, from John A. Tuttle
2001.04.01.02Old Piano Rolls Are Like People, from Dan Wilson, London
2001.03.18.01Old Piano Rolls Are Like People, from John A. Tuttle
2000.04.05.04Pianos are Replaced by "Loudspeakers" at Carnegie Hall, from Douglas Henderson
2000.03.21.12Published Experts Who Are Not, from Dan Wilson, London
2000.03.07.02Springs Are Dangerous, from Jim Cook
2000.03.06.01Music Box Springs Are Dangerous, from Gary Rasmussen
2000.03.04.01Springs Are Dangerous, from Bruce Clark
2000.01.27.08Music Lovers Are a Rare Breed, from Tom Lear
2000.01.27.07Music Lovers Are a Rare Breed, from Jim Canavan
2000.01.26.08Music Lovers Are a Rare Breed, from Bruce Clark
1999.12.25.06Gulbransen Actions ARE Restorable, from Al Pebworth
1999.10.05.13Wurlitzer Rolls are Sold, from Robert Linnstaedt
1999.09.03.04MMD Archives Are Public, from Joyce Brite
1999.07.07.01Unknown Music Box Discs are Adler-Fortuna, from Brian Chesters
1999.02.01.18Pneumatically-Operated Switches Are Preposterous?, from Craig Brougher
1999.01.31.15Pneumatically-Operated Switches Are Preposterous!, from Albert de Boer
1999.01.16.15Pneumatic Players Are Reliable, from Craig Brougher
1999.01.15.07Boats And Player Pianos Are Luxury Items, from John A. Tuttle
1998.05.11.09What Are We Here For?, from Pete Woodworth
1998.05.10.08What Are We Here For?, from Sam Harris
1998.05.10.07What Are We Here For?, from Richard Stibbons
1998.05.10.06What Are We Here For?, from Andy Taylor
1998.05.10.05What Are We Here For?, from John Farrell
1998.05.09.10What Are We Here For?, from Harvey Chao
1998.05.09.09What Are We Here For?, from Matthew Caulfield
1998.05.09.08What Are We Here For?, from Karl Ellison
1998.05.09.07What Are We Here For?, from Jon Miller
1998.05.08.10What Are We Here For?, from John Farrell
1998.05.03.07Reproducing Pianos - Are They Worth It?, from Andy Taylor
1998.04.29.07Correction: Earwitness CDs are not Nimbus CDs, from Jim Edwards
1998.02.05.03'Happy Days Are Here Again' by Milton Ager, from Matthew Caulfield
1997.12.31.06U.S. Technicians Are O.K., from Don Teach
1997.12.28.05Reginaphone Parts Are Rare, from Marty Roenigk
1997.12.23.13Mel-O-Dee Rolls are Recycled Aeolian Products, from Douglas Henderson
1997.10.09.01Administrivia -- Digests Are Late, from Jody Kravitz
1997.08.26.16Organ Pipes are Sold, from Robert Linnstaedt
1997.07.11.06 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Andy Taylor
1997.07.10.07 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Larry Lobel
1997.07.09.13 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Paul Johnson
1997.07.09.12 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Damon Atchison
1997.07.09.11 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Walt Carroll
1997.07.09.10 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Jon Miller
1997.07.08.02 Are Old Music Rolls Worth Preserving?, from Bill Chapman
1997.06.20.08My Blackbirds Are Bluebirds Now, from Dave Kerr
1997.06.16.03"My Blackbirds are Bluebirds Now", from Colin Hinz
1997.03.10.09 Are Toy Pianos Collectible?, from Del Lohuis
1997.03.08.11 Are Toy Pianos Collectibles ?, from Jerry Slonsky
1996.11.27.06Little Magic Dolls - Are They Automata ?, from Damon Atchison
1996.11.12.06The Ampico B AND Ampico A Are Not Compatible, from Bob Taylor
1996.10.06.04Please Identify Where Things Are (96.10.04), from Charles Kossman
1996.09.19.04Where are the articles about the MBSI meeting?, from Andreas Hohlfeld
1996.02.29.02 Are Player Pianos Early Computers? and Rolls to MIDI, from Jim Howes
1996.02.27.06 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Philippe Rouillé
1996.02.27.04 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Jon Hall
1996.02.27.03 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Marc Kaufman
1996.02.26.03 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Will Dahlgren
1996.02.25.06 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Fritz Gellerman
1996.02.25.05 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from John Grant
1996.02.25.04 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Jody Kravitz
1996.02.25.03 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from John Grant
1996.02.25.02 Are Player Pianos Early Computers ?, from Les Smith
1995.12.26.04Where are the Archives of rolls@foxtail.com, from Bill Chapman
1995.11.16.02My Tunes are being turned into Piano Rolls, from George Bogatko

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