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Book Music is the European version of making mechanical music medium for organs in Europe and it is actually similar to piano rolls, but book music is produced by thick cardboard, with perforated holes, and it is presented and played in a folded zig-zag style. Paper rolls were never popular in Europe, so the book music was an instant standard of perforating arranged music.




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Book music - definition of Book music in Encyclopedia (109 words)
Book music - definition of Book music in Encyclopedia
Book Music is the European version of making mechanical music medium for organs in Europe and it is actually similar to piano rolls, but book music is produced by thick cardboard, with perforated holes, and it is presented and played in a folded zig-zag style.
Paper rolls were never popular in Europe, so the book music was an instant standard of perforating arranged music.
johnrpierce.com (1135 words)
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It was a delight to hear William Hite sing, enunciating the texts clearly, with appropriate facial expressions and gestures.
The music and drama were never boring, but at the same time never really presented anything especially moving.
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