Cabinet organ


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(Mus.) an organ of small size, as for a chapel or for domestic use; a reed organ.

See also: Organ

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At the brick house she practiced scales and exercises, but at the Cobbs' cabinet organ she sang like a bird, improvising simple accompaniments that seemed to her ignorant auditors nothing short of marvelous.
There was a slight, a very slight hope, that Rebecca might be allowed a few music lessons from Miss Morton, who played the church cabinet organ, but this depended entirely upon whether Mrs.
Hill, Teacher of Music and dealer in pianos (upright and square), cabinet organs and sheet music, Rooms 9, 10, and 11, French's New Block, Central Street (Lowell Daily Citizen and News, January 5--December 21, 1876)
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