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Re: models

Hey everyone ...Just tried to access organrttes/orchestrelle group to write Ya'llĀ  to see who if anyone has 24 note herophon sheets available . I just bought
Berley Firmin II
Jun 1
#1397
 
1396

Music rolls

Orchestrelle Owners I have plenty of Aeolian and Wilcox White rolls for sale, do let me know if you would like me to e-mail the list of titles & prices, There
Kevin McElhone
Jan 13
#1396
 
1395

Re: New member

... The only things that are left of the player are the reeds themselves, the honeycomb that holds the reeds, and the player box with its cloth rear cover.
Bob Loesch
Dec 30, 2014
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1394

Re: New member

Do you have any of the player parts to the 1500? Thanks ... On Tue, 12/30/14, Bob Loesch bobloesch@... [orchestrelles]
Greg Filardo
Dec 30, 2014
#1394
 
1393

Re: New member

... That's a great analogy! Since my brother was a serious accordionist, I understand completely! Also, while I was setting up my Orchestrelle to play from
Bob Loesch
Dec 30, 2014
#1393
 
1392

Re: New member

Hi Bob, My brother set up six microphones on my Style W Orchestrelle and the result is truly amazing! Many recordings sound like an accordian gone wild.
Greg Filardo
Dec 30, 2014
#1392
 
1391

Re: New member

... Hello Ben! Good to see you over here! Recognized your name from the Theatre Organ Academy! Many of us have multiple interests! Good to see that you are
Bob Loesch
Dec 30, 2014
#1391
 
1390

New member

Hi all, I'm Ben and from Nottingham,England. I enjoy listening to Orchestrelles and player pipe organs. I've heard an orchestrelle at an museum about 2 or 3
benjacksonuk10
Dec 30, 2014
#1390
 
1389

FW: Music Rolls

Kevin asked me to forward this to the group. Anyone interested in this large collection of rolls (any of them) should contact him directly. Elijah From:
Eliyahu Shahar
Jul 6, 2014
#1389
 
1388

Re: Digest Number 510

I was wrong, my left knee flap (on the orchestrelle) isn't a 'real crescendo'. It's a 'grand organ' function as described by Bob, they all go at the same time,
maaike_maai
Jul 1, 2014
#1388
 
1387

Re: Digest Number 510

Nice rhyme, although I have no clue what you mean. Is there anybody that knows how to contact 'sainttammany'? And if he/she still has that orchestrelle as
maaike_maai
Jul 1, 2014
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1386

Re: Digest Number 510

there's also the other knee which opens the swells. (we're a couple of swells...we stay at the best hotels...) eli To: orchestrelles@yahoogroups.com From:
Eliyahu Shahar
Jun 30, 2014
#1386
 
1385

Re: Digest Number 510

On my 1986 Model V it's the same, also a 'real' crescendo. They go one for one.
maaike_maai
Jun 30, 2014
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1384

Re: Digest Number 510

At 08:56 AM 6/30/2014, Bruce Newman orchestrelle@... ... In the case of my 1899 Model W, the left knee lever is a true Crescendo, with the stops coming
Bob Loesch
Jun 30, 2014
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1383

Re: Digest Number 510

Hi Folks, I think for clarification we need to distinguish the difference between "crescendo" and "grand organ". Crescendo brings on stops incrementally
Bruce Newman
Jun 30, 2014
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