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Encyclopedia of Automatic Musical Instruments by Q. David Bowers

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Hardcover: pages.
Publisher: VESTAL PRESS; 3rd ptg edition (1973)
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Golden Age of Automatic Musical Instruments. Remarkable Music Machines and Their Stories by Arthur A. Reblitz

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The fascinating history of automatic instruments and their music, with hundreds of brilliant color photographs. These marvels of technology performed in the royal palaces of Europe, elegant drawing rooms in New York City, speakeasies in Chicago, and the saloons of the Wild West. Learn why they were as popular from the 1890s to the 1920s as the latest electronic wonders are today. Includes Music Boxes, Mechanical Organs and Pianos, Nickelodeons and Orchestrions, Violin-Playing Machines, Reproducing Pianos, Fairground Organs and more.

Hardcover: 436 pages.
Publisher: Mechanical Music Pr; First edition (August 2001)
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L'accordéon et sa diversité sonore by Thierry Benetoux

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Publisher: Thierry Benetoux (1 octobre 2005)
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