Featuring a passing neighbour of the maker, Diabolus.org:
I’m awaiting somewhat trepidly surgery which I hope will clean up what little is left of my left inner and middle ear and put in some kind of replacement (posts here and here; latest addition to the lexicon, cholesteatoma, incipient; the Messiah), but between various other recent commitments I’ve had time to sketch versions of some of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s greatest hits (Dr Who, etc etc).
As with everything else I have done in my life, I started on this path with boring, commercial intentions, but the Weird has taken hold. Oh, to be the honest, upright, excellent-value-for-money organ-grinder of Fürth (photo Margaret Marks):
- El gran problema de los pequeños órganos
Ayuda encontrarás en The Big Problem of Small Organs de Alan Kitley (h/t Transblawg), que cuenta como la mujer de E. Power Biggs
- Mejores imágenes del ascensor del órgano de la catedral de Ratisbona
Con respecto a esta entrada: Fuente: la mismísima Margaret Marks, que acaba de cumplir 10 años! Enhorabuena MM!
QE1 once sent an organ avec grinder but sans monkey to Sultan Mehmet, but I don’t think anything good came of
- A sexual reverse for the organist
The organist went on holiday with his rhythm stick to the gardens of Japan, where he met with the gentle Barbie.
- Stalin’s organ works
But all its pipes are the same length, so it only plays one note. Plus totalitarian musical dogs and terror management