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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    any commercial purposes without prior written consent Blue Danube Tales From The Vienna Wood Strauss Brahms Lullaby Canon Pachelbel Davy Jones Tia Dalma Musical Locket Theme Edelweiss Fur Elise Beethoven Just The Way You Are Bruno Mars I m Yours Jason Mraz The Magic Flute Mozart Music Of The Night from Phantom Pirates of the Caribbean main theme tune Salut d Amour Elgar Slipping Through My Fingers Tristesse Chopin Nocturne

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/36notetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    Please note some tunes listed here may not be in stock Please check in the drop down tune menu on the item page for tunes currently available Schubert Gounod Bach 1 Ave Maria Schubert 2 Jesu Joy Of Man s Desiring Bach 3 Ave Maria Gounod C Debussy Clair De Lune in 3 Parts 1 Clair de Lune Part 1 2 Clair de Lune Part 2 3 Clair de Lune Part 3 Pachelbel s Canon in 3 Parts 1 Canon Part 1 2 Canon Part 2 3 Canon Part 3 Vivaldi s The Four Seasons in 3 Parts 1 Autumn 2 Winter 3 Spring Strauss Jarre Rodgers 1 Lara s Theme 2 Edelweiss 3 The Blue Danube Mozart 1 Eine Kleine Nacht Musik Minuet 2 Turkish March 3 The Magic Flute Der Vogelfanger Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini 18th Variation in 3 Parts 1 18th Variation Part 1 2 18th Variation Part 2 3 18th Variation Part 3 Salut d Amour Op 12 in 3 Parts Elgar 1 Salut d Amour Part 1 2 Salut d Amour Part 2 3 Salut d Amour Part 3 Tchaikovsky 1 Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 2 March of the Wooden Soldiers

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/72notetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    Nocturne Op 9 No 2 2 Tristesse 3 Fantasie Impromptu Op 66 C Debussy Clair De Lune in 2 Parts Gabriel Marie La Cinquantaine in 2 Parts The Golden Wedding Mozart s The Magic Flute 1 Glockenspiel 2 Ein Madchen Oder 3 Der Vogelfanger Nino Rota Speak Softly Love The Godfather in 2 Parts Pachelbel Canon in 3 Parts 1 Part 1 2 Part 2 3 Part 3 Phantom Of The Opera Selection 1 Music Of The Night 2 All I Ask Of You 3 Phantom Of The Opera Saint Saens The Swan Le Cygne in 3 Parts 1 Part 1 2 Part 2 3 Part 3 Strauss 1 Tales from the Vienna Woods 2 Artist s Life 3 The Blue Danube Tchaikovsky 1 Sleeping Beauty Waltz 2 Nutcracker Suite March 3 Waltz of the Flowers Verdi Bizet 1 Rigoletto La Donna E Mobile 2 La Traviata Violetta 3 Carmen Toreadors Song A L Webber Memory from Cats in 2 Parts Schubert Gounod Bach 1 Ave Maria Schubert 2 Jesu Joy Of Man s Desiring Bach 3 Ave Maria Gounod C Debussy Clair De Lune in 3 Parts 1 Clair de Lune Part 1 2 Clair de Lune Part 2 3 Clair de Lune Part 3 Pachelbel s Canon in 3 Parts 1 Canon Part 1 2 Canon Part 2 3 Canon Part 3 Vivaldi The Four Seasons in 3 Parts 1 Autumn 2 Winter 3 Spring Strauss Jarre Rodgers 1 Lara s Theme 2 Edelweiss 3 The Blue Danube Mozart 1 Eine Kleine Nacht Musik Minuet 2 Turkish March 3 The Magic Flute Der Vogelfanger Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini 18th Variation in 3 Parts 1 18th Variation Part 1 2 18th Variation Part 2 3 18th Variation Part 3 Salut d Amour Op 12 in 3 Parts

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/5072notetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Musical Movements
    really looking for a music box to listen to as a musical instrument should consider the larger movements of 36 note and over as these are designed for much longer listening pleasure 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 Paper Strip Movements These hand cranked movements work from perforated paper strips They have been specifically designed for you to custom make your own tunes by marking punching the paper yourself The movement works via a small wheel for each note known as a star wheel which enters the hole in the paper rotating it as the paper passes through which then plucks the movement comb the part that makes the sound We have recently introduced a new improved 30 note version which has a semi chromatic scale with the following notes C D G A B C1 D1 E1 F1 F 1 G1 G 1 A1 A 1 B1 C2 C 2 D2 D 2 E2 F2 F 2 G2 G 2 A2 A 2 B2 C3 D3 E3 The numbers indicate the octave For example C2 is one octave higher than C1 This now enables the owner to produce almost all kinds of music for themselves Extra blank strips are available to make more music if you so wish 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

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/musical-movements-information.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    Doll On A Music Box Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Edelweiss Fly Me To The Moon Frosty The Snowman Greensleeves Happy Birthday 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 La Valse D Amelie No 1 La Valse D Amelie No 2 Lara s Theme from Dr Zhivago La Vie En

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/18hnotetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Musical Movements
    common way of starting stopping a small mechanism Basically a thin piece of wire with a spring attached to give tension that when levered one way it hits the butterfly wheel speed governor of the movement to stop it and when levered the other way releases the butterfly wheel to start it playing This is what we use in our musical jewellery boxes These pictures show the wire brake attached to the movement See how the levered end fits into the recess in the side of the box then connected vertically to the Brass Rod The rod has a hole drilled in the end so the wire brake fits into this and can slide up and down in the side of the box against the wires spring tension so it can pop up to release upon lifting the lid The wire brake can be bent in many different ways to suit a variety of applications Weighted Stopper or Tilt Stopper As used in our 18 note paperweights A small brass cylinder device that attaches under one of the comb fixing screws When the movement is tilted to the left the brass cylinder slides over to touch the speed governor and stops the movement from playing When the movement is tilted to the right the cylinder slides away and releases the movement to play Keys A standard T type key is supplied with all clockwork spring wound movements as standard You ll find spare keys of different types lengths from the main movement page should you need an alternative size or type Standard T Key Turntable Type Key Blank Paper Strips If you want to make more tunes for the punchable paper strip movements you can purchase extra packs to make more Sliding Stopper The larger multi tune movements have a

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/musical-movements-extras.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Musical Movements
    then plucks the movement comb the part that makes the sound We have recently introduced this new improved 30 note version which has a semi chromatic scale with the following notes C D G A B C1 D1 E1 F1 F 1 G1 G 1 A1 A 1 B1 C2 C 2 D2 D 2 E2 F2 F 2 G2 G 2 A2 A 2 B2 C3 D3 E3 The numbers indicate the octave For example C2 is one octave higher than C1 Each paper strip lasts about 30 seconds but depends on how fast you crank the handle Paper can be joined together with thin tape to make longer tunes It s best to join using a 45 degree cut on the paper so the joint gradually goes through the rollers rather than all at once Never overlap the joints the thickness must stay as per a single strip so only butt together and use thin tape The movement doesn t have to be fitted in a box to work but you will need to hold it on a hard flat surface whilst you turn the handle to amplify the sound It can be easily fitted into a box

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/musical-movements-information-30hp.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Music Box Tune Samples
    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 Around The World Carousel Waltz Chariots Of Fire Edelweiss Eine Kleine Nacht Musik Emperor Waltz Fur Elise Beethoven Hushabye Mountain Lara s Theme from Dr Zhivago Love Story Film Theme The Magic Flute Mozart O Come All Ye Faithful Swan Lake Tchaikovsky Wonderful World Technical

    Original URL path: http://www.njdean.co.uk/18bnotetunesamples.htm (2016-02-18)
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