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Audio CD of mechanical music instrument : Mechanical Limonaire Organ - Melodies of this audio CD of mechanical music instrument : see the details in the description

Audio CD of mechanical music instrument : audio CD of Limonaire organ - Item # of this audio CD of mechanical music instrument : CD-07

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Audio CD of mechanical music instrument : mechanical Limonaire organ

Audio CD of mechanical music instrument.

18 tracks on this audio CD of mechanical music instrument.

Audio CD of mechanical music instrument : Mechanical Limonaire Organ  

Listen to 2 samples from this audio CD of mechanical music instrument : Valse musette / Marche de Radetzky

Item # for this audio CD of mechanical music instrument : CD-07

Melodies on this mechanical music CD audio : Mechanical Limonaire Organ

1/ C'est Paris (Vincent Scotto) 2/ Sur les vagues (Juventino Rosas et Olivier Metra) 3/ Les patineurs (Emile Waldteufel) 4/ Espana (Pascual Marquina) 5/ Aimer boire et chanter (Johann Strauss) 6/ Guillaume Tell (Gioacchino Rossini) 7/ Espana (Emmanuel Chabrier) 8/ Cavalerie Légère (Franz von Suppe) 9/ Pie voleuse (Gioacchino Rossini) 10/ Vieux camarades (Carl Teike) 11/ Marche de la 2ème D.B. (Victor Clowez) 12/ Sang Viennois (Johann Strauss) 13/ Tritsch-Tratsch polka (Johann Strauss) 14/ Valse musette (Anonyme) 15/ Marche de Radetzky (Johann Strauss) 16/ Ain't she sweet (Milton Ager et Jack Yellen) 17/ Tango de printemps (Jacob Gade) 18/ Hyper Fox Trot (Auguste Bosc).

 

A Little History :  Three organs from the Paul Bocuse collection (a large Gaudin organ, Limonaire 52 keys with Xylophone and a Dussaux organ) interpreting some of the most beautiful songs of 18th et 19th century. Melodies created by Vincent Scotto, Emile Waldteufel, Johann Strauss and Gioacchino Rossini will have you thinking, as  Prévert once  wrote, " A Carnival without the limonaire organ has as little magic as a childhood without a music box”.