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|Author:||Mortier101 [ Sat Jun 30, 2012 9:59 am ]|
|Post subject:||Paul Corins museum, St Keyne, Cornwall|
I used to visit Paul Corins Museum at St Keyne near Liskeard some years ago. I was talking to a friend about it recently. Is it still open or now closed? I was last there the summer of 2008 and i know Paul was in two minds then how much longer to remain open to the public.
It was my favourite place in Cornwall and the organs he, and his late father collected over the years were outstanding. I really enjoyed the Arburo café organs and the large Mortier (went to Switzerland?) was my favourite.
|Author:||Ben Jackson [ Sat Jul 07, 2012 10:44 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Paul Corins museum, St Keyne, Cornwall|
The museum is still open,there is a video of youtube that some one did when visiting the museum that features that Wurlitzer. The museum only has player piano's,musical box,player reed organ also the Wurlitzer and phonograph. Last time I went there was Mortier Orchestrion,92 key Decap,player pipe organ,hand-turned street organ (that was on loan),player piano's,piano orchestrion.musical box and the resident Wurlitzer.
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