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Giant Wurlitzer Pipe Organ with Bells, Chimes and Glockenspiels

Leon Berry

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1.1
Marche Aux Flambeaux
Leon Berry
3:28
1.2
Meet Mr. Callahan
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1:44
1.3
Waltzing Matilda
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2:51
1.4
Linda
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2:38
1.5
Off We Go Into The Wild Blue Yonder
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1:45
1.6
Pennsylvania Polka
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3:12
1.7
Cartas Marcades
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2:21
1.8
Mama Inez
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2:32
1.9
Serenade Of The Bells
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3:07
1.10
Honey Song
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2:26
1.11
I've Been Working On The Railroad
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3:03
1.12
Strip Polka
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2:27
Total Playing Time    31:34
Leon Berry presents an engaging programme of unique pieces, arranged for the organ and a charming variety of percussion instruments on the aptly-titled Giant Wurlitzer Pipe Organ with Bells, Chimes and Glockenspiels. This release from Audio Fidelity revives the sounds of a bygone age into stunning new precision and clarity for modern listeners.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Audio Fidelity Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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