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Marimba unknown


Description:

A stop usually found on theater organs, consisting of wooden bars suspended over resonators (like the orchestral prototype) and struck by an electric or pneumatic mechanism. It often has a reiterating action, played from the same physical stop as the single-stroke Harp.


Examples:

Marimba 8' (strike), Marimba 8' (roll), Solo; Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, City Hall, Portland, Maine, USA; Austin 1912.

Marimba 8' (strike), Marimba 8' (roll), Solo; Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, City Hall, Portland, Maine, USA; Austin 1912. Marimba; Emery Theatre, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Wurlitzer.
Marimba, Accompaniment, Great, Solo, Orchestral; John Ledwon residence, Agoura, California, USA; Wurlitzer. Marimba; Uptown Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Wurlitzer 1925.
Marimba, Recitativo; Audiorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico; Tamburini 1958.
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