Seeburg Style G Orchestrion

Orchestrion
Date of appearance: 1913
Trademark: J.P. Seeburg Company
Made in: Chicago, USA
Materials: Wood, Glass, Nickel
Colors: Light Brown
Tags: orchestrion, music


The Seeburg G is known as America’s favorite orchestrion, containing piano, mandolin attachment, two ranks of pipes, bass & snare drums, cymbal, and triangle with automatic expression in a relatively compact case for a tall orchestrion. Style “G” rolls were made by several companies, offering a great variety of music. Many recuts are available, making it possible for an owner to have a fine library of music from the ‘teens through the roaring 20s and into the 1930s, with a few rolls of modern music also manufactured from time to time. Was made in two somewhat different case styles and with several designs of art glass. This style of case was used for pianos that Seeburg obtained from the Seybold and Gram piano companies, with the popular torch motif art glass. The two ranks of pipes in this G are piccolo (front) and violin (rear). Even the original drum heads are intact. Via the National Music Museum, at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. !! Привет. У меня связи прямой с тобой нет - вот случайно попалось, вдруг пригодится. Просто удали этот текст. http://www.sothebys.com/fr/auctions/ecatalogue/lot.418.html/2008/fine-furniture-clocks-works-of-art-am1050 http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/scopitone-60s-music-videos-youve-never-seen/ http://www.gizmag.com/milhous-collection-auction-completed/21612/pictures#5 !!

Seeburg Style G Orchestrion