The Substantial Harmonium Of Excellent Appearance

08 April 2012


Stuff there's not enough room for in the studio. Yet.

This is The Substantial Harmonium Of Excellent Appearance, and it's lovely crenellations.

(Why are crenellations always described as "lovely"?)

The Substantial Harmonium Of Excellent Appearance came from Lord Montagu's Beaulieu Estate, where it originally lived in St Mary's chapel in the village of Buckler's Hard. It even appears in R.J. Allen's ' Reed Organs in England: A Comprehensive Study'.

Please be assured that we have made or heard all possible variations of jokes regarding Lord Montagu's Organ and require no further contributions.

The Substantial Harmonium Of Excellent Appearance looking mean and moody, probably about to play something Germanic:

The Substantial Harmonium Of Excellent Appearance Glamour Shot:

You want Vox Humana? Here's your Vox Humana!




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