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(AP News)   If your organ got its pipes cleaned for four years, you'd probably end up a hunchback too   (apnews.com) divider line
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2020-08-04 3:31:40 PM  
What's better than roses on a piano?

Tulips on an organ.
 
2020-08-04 4:52:37 PM  
I bet baby elephant walk sounds great on it
 
2020-08-04 5:08:38 PM  
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2020-08-04 5:35:28 PM  
My organ only gets its pipes cleaned once every 4 years. ( ._.)
 
2020-08-04 11:07:17 PM  
Wow. A French console that actually looks halfway ergonomic.
 
2020-08-05 1:21:41 PM  

Pointy Tail of Satan: Wow. A French console that actually looks halfway ergonomic.


It was created by Bergholt Stuttley Johnson and includes such voices as Vox Dei, Thunderstorm, Whoopee Cushion, Squashed Toad and Squashed Rabbits, in addition to the "terrae motus", or Earthquake Pipe - although no-one is allowed to use it since the time it caused the cathedral to move several inches on its foundations (and caused acute bowel discomfort in a quarter of the population of the city). This organ's other major feature are the 14 keys marked '?'.
 
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