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  • Laurence Libin


Trade name used by the Paul Ehrlich firm (later Fabrik Leipziger Musikwerke) of Leipzig for a self-playing, hand-cranked Reed organ or organette, introduced in 1882. Housed in a cubic wooden case, it used stiff punched paper discs to control the reeds; reputedly it was the first device to use such circular discs. Friedrich Ernst Paul Ehrlich (...

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