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SERVICES

Great American Street Organ offers a variety of different shows catered to the client, from straightforward organ playing to organ playing mixed with a Powerpoint presentation on the history of the street organ and calliope (ideal for schools and libraries). With three organs on-hand (a 31 note, a 21 note, and a  20 note skeleton organ, which is a paper roll organ that allows the viewer to see the inner workings of the organ itself), here are a few of the types of presentations Great American Street Organ provides (a partial list of tunes can be found at the bottom of the page):
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Organ Grinding Shows

The sweetest music in the world provides a pleasant background to any event. Available for parties, anniversaries, street fairs and more. Organ grinding shows can last for the duration of your event to half-hour and hour shows.

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The Great American Street Organ & Calliope Show:
Part II

 

While The Great American Street Organ & Calliope Show offers a blend of music and history utilizing a single organ, Part II allows for the inclusion of both a 31 note organ as well as a 21 note or 20 note organ. This provides listeners with more variety in the music as well as a chance to see and hear the differences 10 extra notes make when it comes to playing a piece of music.

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The Great American Street Organ & Calliope Show

With a single organ of the client's choice a full show and history lesson is provided. Selection of music are interspersed with the rich history of both the street organ and the calliope. These presentations can include a Powerpoint presentation if desired, though it can be modified to an outdoor venue as well.

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The Great American Street Organ Holiday Show

Let Great American Street Organ be the soundtrack to your holiday party with a selection of holiday-specific tunes and sing-along classics!

PARTIAL List of Music
(please note this list of music includes pieces for both the 31 note and the 21 & 20 note organs. Keep in mind that 31 note pieces can NOT be played on a 21 or 20 note organ)
A Medley for Every Taste
Beatles Medley                                                             Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Medley
George Gershwin Medley                                           Glenn Miller Medley
Savoy American Medley                                             Scott Joplin Medley
Mary Poppins Medley                                                 My Fair Lady Medley
Phantom of the Opera Medley                                   Sound of Music Medley
Holiday Favorites
Dominick the Donkey                                                  Frosty the Snowman
Happy Christmas                                                         I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Jingle Bell Rock                                                           Jingle Bells
Joy to the World                                                          Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
Santa Claus is Coming to Town                                 The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Winter Wonderland
General Music Selections
76 Trombones (from The Music Man)                       Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Beer Barrel Polka                                                        Dance of the Reed Pipes
Daisy Bell                                                                     El Capitan (John Phillips Sousa)
Liberty Bell (Monty Python Theme Song)               Lumberjack Song (Yes, that song)
Money Talks (AC/DC)                                                Moon Dance (Van Morrison)
My Blue Heaven                                                          Non Più Adrai
Oom-Pah-Pah (from Oliver)                                       Smooth Criminal (Michael Jackson)
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)                                  Take Me Out to the Ball Game
The Merry Go Round Broke Down                           The Thunderer (John Phillips Sousa)
Thriller (Michael Jackson)                                         Wallace & Gromit Theme Song
When You Wish Upon a Star                                      William Tell Overture
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