J. P. Seeburg Orchestrion" H"中的這首作品是什麼?


在此視頻中:https://youtu.be/iH0YS8vlHyM?t=615展示了一種名為" orchestrion"的樂器,該樂器是鋼琴,管風琴,簧片風琴,鼓樂器和木琴的組合,其成分未提及。



At least some of the music is taken from the opera "Norma" by the Italian composer Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835). The music at 13:02 is from the final scene, and it sounds very much like the rest is also from that opera.


The music is taken from the opera "Norma" by Vincenzo Bellini. This arrangement is called "Fantaisie brillante sur 'Norma'", opus 65 by Ignace Xavier Joseph Leybach (1817-1891).

Here you can find the score.

Many pianolas have used a roll of this composition:

However, as you can verify, the version of this orchestrion is significantly shorter, and has the "Casta diva" part omitted. Nevertheless, I like a lot more how the final scene melody is interpreted in the orchestrion, compared to the other ones.

I could not find any recording not derived from a piano roll.