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Update: 22-11-2011

 

Lionheads

Reed Organs / Harmonium in Churches

 

 

 

 

BUILDERS

in alfabetical order

When a builder has multiple pages the link shows 'page' at the end of the link.

 

Aeolian page

Gilbert Bauer

Burdett

Debain page

Estey Bratteboro Vermont page

Fourneaux

Hesse, Carl

Kotykiewicz

Hörügel

Lenter Orgelharmonium 2008

Lindholm page

Mannborg

Mustel

New Era Organ

Afred Rinkowski Zeitz

Rodolphe & Debain page

Schiedmayer page

Smith American Organ Co.

Teck-Harmonium Fabrik

Peter Titz

Tombois Paris

Trayser

Vermeulen Woerden

Wick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tombois & Fils

Paris, Petite Rue Saint-Pierre-Amelot & 30 Ruelle Pelée

Tombois is not mentioned in Gellerman's Reed Organ Atlas. Also, Dieterlen's "L'harmonium" (the doctoral thesis) does not mention Tombois & Fils.

Tombois exhitited his instruments at the 1867 Exposition in Paris.

My impression at the HVN Annual Meeting is that this instrument is a powerfull one, producing a remarkable volume.

 

References in literature

source: The Colonist, Volume XI, Issue 783, 29 November 1867