Lee Conklin Reed Organ Museum - Violin with Bell Reed Organ





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Uploaded on Sep 24, 2011

This piece is called "The Infant Paganini", by Edward Mollenhauer, recorded in Hanover Michigan, at the Lee Conklin Reed Organ Museum. Liana Jantzi is playing violin, and Rodney is at the Bell reed organ, made in Guelph, Ontario, manufactured in 1903.

Edward Mollenhauer lived from 1827-1914. Born in Germany, he founded the Conservatory of Music in New York City. He composed operas, symphonies, and pieces for violin.

Normally accompanied by the piano, this time it is accompanied by the reed organ, transposed down a half key so that it matches closer to the violin tuning.

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