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Audio CD of mechanical music instruments : The Art of Mechanical Music Vol. 4 - Melodies of this audio CD of mechanical music instruments : see the details in the description

Audio CD of mechanical music instruments : audio CD of several mechanical music instruments - Item # of this audio CD of mechanical music instruments : CD-05

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Audio CD of mechanical music instruments : The art of mechanical music vol 4

Audio CD of mechanical music instruments.

32 tracks on this audio CD of mechanical music instruments.

Audio CD of mechanical music instruments : l'art de la musique mécanique vol4 (The art of mechanical music Volume 4).

 

Listen to 2 samples from this audio CD of mechanical music instruments : music box  / Double accordeon.

 

Item # for this audio CD of mechanical music instruments : CD-05

 

Melodies on this audio CD of mechanical music instruments :

1/ Piano mécanique (1-2-3-4) 2/ Orchestrion (5-6) 3/ Orgue (7-8-9) 4/ Double accordéon automatique (10-11) 5/ Piano "Limonaire" (12) 6/ Piano "Gilardenghi" (13-14) 7/ Piano "Debain" (15) 8/ Pianola (16) 9/ Boîte à musique "L'Epée (17-18-19) 10/ Grand cartel (20-21) 11/ Boîte à musique "Cesarista" (22) 12/ Boîte à musique "Polyphon" de salon (23) 13/ Boîte à musique "Polyphon" (24) 14/ Boîte à musique "Symphonion" (25) 15/ Serinette (26) 16/ Perroquette (27) 17/ Orgue de salon (28) 18/ Ariston (29-30) 19/ Organina (31) 20/ Orgue de salon (32).

 

 

A  Little History: At the height of their technology, mechanical musical instruments were capable of performing in exact detail the works of an author. The possibilities of a perfect restitution of a work, was particularly interesting for composers,  in that they could record and/or  have recorded (as did , Gershwin, Paderewsky, Corto, Rubinstein ...)  their own music while scrupulously controlling the result.