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Piano-Lodeon Rollography Update
By Jack M. Conway

Hi Group,  After submitting the information from my Piano-Lodeon Roll
order form, Jack Breen reminded us that he had rolls in the Group P
series.  This caused me to check my rolls and I found I had Group P and
Group F rolls.  Ed Sprankle had offered a copy of his roll order form, 
so I sent for it.  Ed's order form is latter than mine and includes
Group F, Group G, and Group H rolls.

I have added these to the rollography along with the known Group P
rolls and hope it will encourage others to look at their Piano-Lodeon
rolls or roll order forms and see if there is a Group I, J, K, L,
M, N, and O.  Also to see if anyone has P-4 and P-8 through P-12.
I am assuming that there is a P-8 through P-12 by following the
previous pattern unless they skipped P-4 and issued a six roll series
ending in P-7.

Let's see if we can complete this list.

Jack M. Conway, Los Angeles, California, USA

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 A-1 Here Comes Santa Claus
 A-2 Jingle Bells
 A-3 Christmas Medley No. 1 We Three Kings, Adeste Fidelis
 A-4 Christmas Medley No. 2 Silent Night, Deck the Halls
 A-5 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
 A-6 White Christmas


 B-1 Children's Medley Billy Boy, Brahms Lullaby
 B-2 Nursery Rhymes No. 1 Mary Has a Little Lamb, Farmer in the Dell,
     Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
 B-3 Nursery Rhymes No. 2 Jack and Jill, Baa Baa Black Sheep,
     Little Bo-Peep
 B-4 Nursery Rhymes No. 3 Three Blind Mice, London Bridge,
     Sing a Song of Sixpence
 B-5 Peter Cottontail
 B-6 Pop Goes the Weasel


 C-1 By the Beautiful Sea
 C-2 Heart of My Heart
 C-3 I Want a Girl
 C-4 Let Me Call You Sweetheart
 C-5 Moonlight Bay
 C-6 Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey
 C-7 Shine on Harvest Moon
 C-8 Side by Side
 C-9 When the Red, Red Robin
 C-10 When you Wore a Tulip
 C-11 Whispering
 C-12 You Are my Sunshine


 D-1 Basin Street Blues
 D-2 I've found a New Baby
 D-3 Old Piano Roll Blues
 D-4 St. Louis Blues
 D-5 Twelfth Street Rag
 D-6 When the Saints Come Marching In


 E-1 Ain't She Sweet
 E-2 America
 E-3 Beer Barrel Polka
 E-4 Carolina in the Mornin'
 E-5 Darktown Strutters Ball
 E-6 Margie
 E-7 Melody in F - Rubinstein
 E-8 Spring Song
 E-9 Waltz Medley No. 1 Daisy Daisy, After the Ball
 E-10 Waltz Medley No. 2 Sidewalks of New York, Sweet Rosie O'Grady
 E-11 Peppermint Twist
 E-12 Yellow Bird


 F-1 Happy Birthday Medley
 F-2 Silver Bells
 F-3 Good King Wenceslas
 F-4 Old King Cole
 F-5 Children's Medley No. 2 Muffin Man, Little Miss Muffet
 F-6 Children's Medley No. 3 A-Tisket A-Tasket, Frere Jacques


 G-1 Auld Lang Syne
 G-2 Old MacDonald
 G-3 If You Knew Susie
 G-4 Heartaches
 G-5 Dardenella
 G-6 Me and My Gal


 H-1 Desafinado (Bossa Nova -- Instrumental)
 H-2 Music, Music, Music
 H-3 Tennessee Waltz
 H-4 Alley Cat (Instrumental)
 H-5 Nola (Instrumental)
 H-6 Five Foot Two

 GROUP P - ?

 P-1 Alexander's Ragtime Band
 P-2 In The Good Old Summertime
 P-3 Frosty the Snowman
 P-4 ?
 P-5 Santa Claus Is Coming To town
 P-6 Sweet Sue
 P-7 Sweet Georgia Brown
 P-8 ?
 P-9 ?
 P-10 ?
 P-12 ?

Here are links to all the information I've collected
about the Piano-Lodeon Toy Player Piano:
Page 1 - Rebuilding Chein PianoLodeon By Mike Kitner
Page 2 - Piano-Lodeon Rollography Update By Jack M. Conway
Page 3 - Piano-Lodeon's Lost Potential By Mike Knudsen
Page 4 - Piano-Lodeon Rolls & Imperial Ind. Co. By Douglas Henderson
Page 5 - Extra information about the PianoLodeon
Page 6 - Piano-Lodeon: Repair Information by John A Tuttle
Page 7 - Piano-Lodeon: Colors and Years by Dale F Rowe
Page 8 - Repairing the Pianolodeon by Arnold Landvoigt
Page 9 - Rebuilding Chein PianoLodeon By Jim Quashnock
Page 10 - Replacing Tubing and Drive Belt

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