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  • Tune Label
    the inside of the music box lid so when you open the box you can see what tune s the music box will play To compliment our high quality wooden boxes the tune plaques are made from solid brass and engraved with the tune title We give the option to fit on the inside of the lid as well as underneath the box Please choose your preference from the menu

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/tunelabel.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Tune Samples
    consent 18th Variation Rhapsody On a Theme by Paganini All I Ask Of You The Anniversary Waltz Ballerine Beautiful Dreamer Beyond The Sea La Mer Brahms Lullaby Canon Pachelbel Can t Help Falling In Love With You Clair de Lune Debussy Close To You Coppélia Waltz Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Davy Jones Musical Locket Theme from Pirates of the Caribbean Doll On A Music Box Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Edelweiss Fly Me To The Moon Fur Elise Beethoven Greensleeves Harry s Wondrous World Harry Potter Here There Everywhere The Beatles Hushabye Mountain I Just Called To Say I Love You Irish Lullaby It s A Small World Lara s Theme from Dr Zhivago La Valse D Amelie No 1 La Valse D Amelie No 2 La Vie En Rose Love Story Film Theme The Magic Flute Mozart Masquerade Moon River Music Box Dancer My Favourite Things My Heart Will Go On Theme from Titanic Pirates of the Caribbean main theme tune Sleeping Beauty Waltz Tchaikovsky Slipping Through My Fingers Somewhere Over The Rainbow Speak Softly Love The Godfather Swan Lake Tchaikovsky Unforgettable Waltzing Matilda Waltz No 2 from Jazz Suite Nr 2 Shostakovich Waltz of the Flowers Tchaikovsky

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/18balnotetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    Jones Musical Locket Theme from Pirates of the Carribean Die Lorelei German Folk Song Doll On A Music Box Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Edelweiss Eine Kleine Nacht Musik Feliz Navidad Fly Me To The Moon Funeral March Of A Marionette Fur Elise Beethoven Greensleeves Happy Birthday Harry s Wondrous World Harry Potter Here Comes Santa Claus Here There Everywhere The Beatles How Much Is That Doggie In The Window Hushabye Mountain Hush Little Baby I Just Called To Say I Love You I Love Paris Irish Lullaby It s A Small World Jingle Bells Lara s Theme from Dr Zhivago La Valse D Amelie No 1 La Valse D Amelie No 2 La Vie En Rose Let It Snow Liebestraum Love s Dream Limelight I ll Be Loving You Eternally Love Me Tender Love Story Film Theme Lovers Concerto The Magic Flute Mozart Masquerade Moon River Mozart s Lullaby Wiegenlied Music Box Dancer My Favourite Things My Heart Will Go On Theme from Titanic O Tannenbaum O Christmas Tree Ode To Joy Beethoven s 9th Symphony Pirates of the Caribbean main theme tune Que Sera Sera Send In The Clowns Silent Night Sleeping Beauty Waltz Tchaikovsky Slipping Through My Fingers Somewhere In Time Somewhere Over The Rainbow Speak Softly Love The Godfather Spring from Vivaldi s The Four Seasons Strangers In The Night Swan Lake Tchaikovsky That s What Friends Are For True Love Tulips From Amsterdam Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Unchained Melody Unforgettable Walking In The Air The Snowman Waltzing Matilda Waltz of the Flowers Tchaikovsky Waltz No 2 from Jazz Suite Nr 2 Shostakovich Wedding March Mendelssohn Wedding March Wagner s Bridal Chorus Wind Beneath My Wings Wonderful World When You Wish Upon A Star You Are My Sunshine You Are So Beautiful Your Song The Blue Danube

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/182236notetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    have a media player soundcard installed to be able to play the music All recordings are Copyright N J Dean Co and may not be used for any commercial purposes without prior written consent 18 Note Movement 36 Note Movement Slipping Through My Fingers Slipping Through My Fingers Technical Details Movement Size Length of Tune Air without repeating tune Total Playing Time until fully unwound by repeating tune 1 tune

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/1836notetunesamples-slipping-through-my-fingers.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Reuge Musical Movements
    does the musical rendition So the larger the movement the more elaborate musical arrangement and sound it can produce For simplicity if you think of a music box as a piano keyboard a pianist will be able to play some nice melodies on a range of 36 keys but think of the sound music he can achieve when using 144 keys The 36 notes are used in the jewellery boxes as these are just perfect to accompany a beautiful box and give a delightful melody tone whilst allowing space for storage The larger movements are normally only available as a pure music box with no storage compartments These are crafted in the traditional Swiss music box fashion and are constructed to enhance the sound help the movement resonate to it s full potential Of course these boxes are also constructed with beauty in mind and are superb pieces of furniture in their own right Multi Tune Movements The intricately pinned cylinders on the larger movements that have more than 1 tune have a cam gear on the side of the cylinder that moves once per revolution to enable the cylinder to move across one increment to line up the pins for the next tune and so on These movements play each of the different tunes one after the other and always in the same sequence eg tune 1 tune 2 tune 3 tune 1 tune 2 tune 3 etc Each tune normally plays for one complete revolution of the cylinder so for example a 3 tune movement must revolve the cylinder 3 times to play all the tunes one after the other Larger boxes with changeable cylinders often have a repeat mechanism enabling the user to play the same tune over and over until the repeat lever is moved to normal play then the cylinder will play in sequence as usual These changeable cylinders can be removed and replaced with another one from the set supplied with the box to allow a much larger repertoire of music eg a changeable 72 note movement has 3 tunes per cylinder and 5 cylinders so giving a total of 15 tunes Normal movements are fixed and can never have the tune changed unless the whole movement is replaced Common Music Box Terminology Air The French name for Tune This is commonly used as the majority of early music boxes were usually manufactured in the French speaking parts of Switzerland Cylinder The cylindrical part of the music box that has the pins set into it this is the actual musical arrangement part and when it revolves plucks the sounding part to create the music The size of a music box is often referred to by the length of this cylinder Comb The metal part that is plucked by the pins in the cylinder to actually create a sound Teeth The individual parts of the comb that each play a note The note number of a movement tells us how many teeth the mechanism has

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/reuge-music-box-movements.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    soundcard installed to be able to play the music All recordings are Copyright N J Dean Co and may not be used for any commercial purposes without prior written consent Canon Pachelbel Edelweiss The Magic Flute Mozart Technical Details Movement

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/36rnotetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    to be able to play the music All recordings are Copyright N J Dean Co and may not be used for any commercial purposes without prior written consent Brahms Lullaby Canon Pachelbel Carousel Waltz Gold Silver Waltz Je Te Veux La Vie En Rose Somewhere Over The Rainbow Waltz from The Merry Widow When You Wish Upon A Star You Are My Sunshine Technical Details Movement Size Length of Tune

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/carouseltunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Cylinder Musical Movements
    The intricately pinned cylinders on the larger movements that have more than 1 tune have a cam gear on the side of the cylinder that moves once per revolution to enable the cylinder to move across one increment to line up the pins for the next tune and so on These movements play each of the different tunes one after the other and always in the same sequence eg tune 1 tune 2 tune 3 tune 1 tune 2 tune 3 etc Each tune normally plays for one complete revolution of the cylinder so for example a 3 tune movement must revolve the cylinder 3 times to play all the tunes one after the other Larger boxes with changeable cylinders often have a repeat mechanism enabling the user to play the same tune over and over until the repeat lever is moved to normal play then the cylinder will play in sequence as usual These changeable cylinders can be removed and replaced with another one from the set supplied with the box to allow a much larger repertoire of music eg a changeable 72 note movement has 3 tunes per cylinder and 5 cylinders so giving a total of 15 tunes Normal movements are fixed and can never have the tune changed unless the whole movement is replaced Common Music Box Terminology Air The French name for Tune This is commonly used as the majority of early music boxes were usually manufactured in the French speaking parts of Switzerland Cylinder The cylindrical part of the music box that has the pins set into it this is the actual musical arrangement part and when it revolves plucks the sounding part to create the music The size of a music box is often referred to by the length of this cylinder Comb The metal part that is plucked by the pins in the cylinder to actually create a sound Teeth The individual parts of the comb that each play a note The note number of a movement tells us how many teeth the mechanism has Butterfly or Governor The part that rotates at high speed and gives an air resistance to regulate the speed of the cylinder revolution Spring or Clockwork Motor The driving force of the movement a flat spring is wound under tension then releases under smooth control of the butterfly wheel to turn the cylinder Key Usually a T shape fitted underneath the box to wind the movement Lever A winding ratchet lever to wind the movement on larger boxes with sideways spring motors Wire Brake Usually used in lid activated boxes allowing a stopper wire to release the movement to play Slide Button On music boxes that operate from a button at the front of the box Slide the button to the right the music will start to play slide to the left the music will stop at the end of the tune This enables you to listen to the music box with the lid open or closed

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/cylinder-music-box-movements.htm (2016-02-18)
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