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1 hour ago, richard said:


That sounds very nice, especially in that empty wood floored room.


Is that a Lachenal? The tone is rich.



Thanks, Richard.  The instrument is a Wheatstone 5A.  I restored it a few years ago and made a new set of bellows.  It once belonged to a student of Boris Matueswitch in N.Y.  Yes, that room has great accoustics.

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Everything about the sound of this is perfect: your playing, the rich tone of the instrument, the acoustics, and the tune itself precisely geared to take advantage of all the preceding.  For me, this is the ideal sound.  Not sure that I'll ever have the instrument or the ability to sound like this ... but it is something to strive for.  Thanks.  

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