The origin and history of the music box
The box itself was wooden, generally undecorated, and could be opened to observe the cylinder as it turned.
Sankyo themselves used them early in musical key rings and later in figurines. Also, by tilting the cylinder at the end of a song, accessing a different set of pins, more than one tune could be played on the same comb in the box.
Later the music was produced and controlled by metallic drums with pins on them and a metal comb.
Recently, it has started selling licences for its musical-box tunes to cellular phone companies, for use as ring tones. The music box was probably invented about in Switzerland. What happened after WW11 is the basis for my collection.
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Music box instrument
Also, firms could create these disks faster, giving consumers the chance to easily purchase the latest tunes from their favorite composers. As a result, most of the Swiss companies stopped business, as labor costs in Asia are a fraction of those in Switzerland. There were also a few manufacturers in Bohemia and Germany. Cartels Cartel Music Boxes are more complicated in their construction than the above mentioned movements. The "butterfly" air brake is more intricate than those used in other movements. Both variations were as tall as a grandfather clock and both used interchangeable large disks to play different sets of tunes. The disc movements are very easy to use and facilitate the setting up of a library of tunes, so that it is easy to complete one's collection at all times.
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