The Dutch Street Organ Website - De Angelena, De Harlekijn & De Kleine Windmolen
 The newly Restored Draaiorgel De Harlekijn, after a five year rebuild
Welcome to the official website of the Dutch Street Organ's De Harlequin, De Angelena and De Kleine Windmolen, owned and cared for by Graham Spencer and his Family.
 Ashley Spencer & friend with De Kleine Windmolen at the Great Dorset Steam Fair2011. This organ has since been sold to Australia
Graham has been involved in Mechanical music since 1968, the very first Steam Rally he ever attended was the then called "Great Working of Steam" at Great Yeatman. This show has now gone on to become the largest show of it's kind in the world, "The Great Dorset Steam Fair.
Captivated by the sound of the Mechanical organ, Graham, in his late teens funded the purchase of his first organ in 1975 and has never looked back.
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Television Interview and De Harlequin 2005
I thought you might like to put a face to the video postings so this is me being interviewed about Dutch street organs. Sorry about the lack of hair
The Dutch Street Organ's currently in the families ownership have had varied histories, however, they are all kept in the finest mechanical condition and ready to play at a moments notice.
In this website you will learn about the history of the Dutch Street Organ, where to buy compact discs of them, how to hire one of these superb instruments, what they look like and what they sound like.
 Draaiorgel De Angelena 55 Keyless David Leach Dutch Style Street Organ
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We hope to see you again! Keep coming back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
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