Kirmes Orgel_004_Berlinder Luft.mp3
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October 24th, 2006

Stereo field-recording of a kermis organ in a small German town while a funfair. The recorded selfplaying organ machine was build in 1904 by a Bavarian organ builder. It works with folded papers that have holes to code the music. Outside you see a barocklike design with angels drumming and a moving conductor in the middle etc. Each musical play has always about 6 to 12 music tracks. The music are folksongs or popular music at the beginning of the 20th century. I separated the tracks by cutting and converted them from wav to mp3. This track has the title "Berliner Luft".

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    zonk78 7 years ago

    Nice idea - but the record is bad... look at the waveform - it's overmodulated... and my loudspeakers don't like such things... and my ears, too.

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Type
Mp3 (.mp3)
Duration
00:46:446
Filesize
728.2 KB
Bitrate
1378 kbps
Channels
Stereo
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