This amazing instrument is The Hupfeld Phonoliszt Violina - an Orchestrion with self-playing Violins, Enjoy! Name: Phonoliszt Violina Type of Instrument: Orchestrion Year Built: 1914 Maker: Ludwig Hupfeld A.-G. Place of Manufacture: Leipzig, Germany Welcome to the first episode of our completely new video series: Music Machine Mondays. This series is an attempt to share the wonders of the Speelklok Museum with you. Speelklok is a mechanical music instrument museum in Utrecht, The Netherlands. We have filmed my favourite instruments from the museums collection and on every monday we feature a different mechanical masterpiece. All the Best/ Martin & Co ------------------ Video Made by Martin Molin & Hannes Knutsson I made a Plywood Playbutton to celebrate 100 subs for Hannes Youtube channel TRAINERDS, check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpQBos0uBVU&t=2s Thanks to our friends at the lovely Speelklok Museum: https://www.museumspeelklok.nl Guide from Speelklok Museum: Lois Tonen SUBSCRIBE TO WINTERGATAN https://www.youtube.com/user/wintergatan2000 WINTERGATAN MUSIC - DIGITAL DOWNLOAD https://wintergatan.bandcamp.com/ WINTERGATAN MUSIC - PHYSICAL RECORDS http://www.wintergatan.net/#/shop LISTEN TO WINTERGATAN ON SPOTIFY http://bit.ly/2oKxXWd LISTEN TO WINTERGATAN ON ITUNES http://apple.co/2ntWNsZ WEBSITE http://www.wintergatan.net Camera: Justin Nan www.deepthoughtproductions.com Camera: Michaël van Ketel: www.linkedin.com/in/micha%C3%ABl-van-ketel-49982b73/ Camera: Mattia Ferragina www.behance.net/MattiaF
Just over a minute of the orchestrion at Kinloch Castle, Isle of Rum, playing a Wagnerian tune.
Museum Speelklok is a museum in Utrecht, The Netherlands (Holland). The collection consists of self-playing musical instruments from the 16th century to the present day. Self-playing musical instruments come with a program enabling them to play music without the aid of a human performer. They exist in an overwhelming variety of types and sizes: - musical clocks announce the striking of the hour with preludes on bells, organ pipes or strings - musical boxes play their tuned steel combs from pinned brass cylinders or steel discs - pianolas and orchestrions play their music as programmed on wooden, brass-pinned cylinders and perforated paper rolls - barrel organs play their music from pinned wooden barrels - large street organs, fairground organs and dance organs play from folding cardboard music books Over the years the museum has become popular nationwide and internationally. The museum's restauration workshops are a leader in their field. The museum was founded in 1956. Since 1984 it is housed in the former medieval church 'Buurkerk', Utrecht (Netherlands). https://www.museumspeelklok.nl/lang/en September 18, 2016 (second visit) My first visit in 2010 can be seen here: https://youtu.be/W1enQW47wA8
Part one of the Sanfilippo "Place de La Musique" tour. The Sanfilippo victorian collection includes steam engines, automated musical instruments and a carousel. All in a 43,000 sq ft home. This week the musical instruments, Wurlitzer organ, nickelodeons, orchestrion's and phonographs. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson. Arrangement: Patrick Mathis - www.patrickmathis.net - Orgue de barbarie ODIN : www.odin.fr
Exclusively on #heckmotorsportwagen, Maurice van den Tillaard also known as #dutchmanphotos is showing us his fascinating ride, the popular 911 hotrod. Cam: Daniel Schaefer / Daniel Polle Post: Daniel Polle Music: East Indian Elephant - Orchestrion http://eastindianelephant.bandcamp.com Read the full story here http://www.heckmotor-sportwagen.blogspot.de/2014/08/the-driving-dutchman.html
Part 3 of my 2012 final Uni Recital at the Talking Heads, Southampton. Our version of "The Wheel" by Chris Potter Taz Morra - Tenor Rob Pemberton - Drums Will Scott-Hartley - Bass Ben Jameson - Guitar Joe Nurse - Piano
How many ways can you turn the wheel of a street organ? Well, on 6th April 2014 at Haarlem Draaiorgelmuseum, Robin Hendriks demonstrated quite a few 'handgedraaid methoden' here on Amersfoort draaiorgel 'De Keistad', playing a beautifully arranged medley of tunes from the 1949 musical film 'Wiener Mädeln' (Girls of Vienna). The music in the German film was composed by Carl Michael Ziehrer - and was a story about his life as a composer. The organ is a 62 key instrument built by A. Pluer (the company now run by E. Pluer his son) in 1979 and using a Limonaire scale. The front was repainted in 1999 by S. Wiersma. The name 'Keistad' is because it plays regularly on the streets of Amersfoort, a place which has the nickname of 'Keistad' (Boulder City) owing to the very large rock which was brought to the town by 400 residents on 7th June 1661.