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Pipe Organ
England

At the Spalding Flower Festival in Lincolnshire Alan Pell demonstrates a couple of his pipe organs while Mrs. Pell, the organ grinder, churns out a rousing medley. They encode the tunes by punching holes in rolls of paper: A sort of century old MIDI technology.

There is a lot more about these unusual instruments here

http://www.alanpell.com

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Tags: lincolnshire; spalding; flower festival; festival gardens; easter; pipe organ; organ grinder
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