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 (ôr-kĕs′trē-ən) also or·ches·tri·na (ôr′kĭ-strē′nə)
A large mechanical instrument resembling a barrel organ that produces sound in imitation of an orchestra.

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The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, usually referred to simply as Wurlitzer, was an American company that produced stringed instruments, woodwinds, brass instruments, pipe organs, band organs, orchestrions, electronic organs, electric pianos and juKeboxes.
A former church provides the vast amount of space needed to display such an extensive collection of musical clocks and musical boxes, reed and string instruments, orchestrions (automatic orchestras) and barrel organs.