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How does a pipe organ work?

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How does a pipe organ work?

A mechanical pipe organ was first used by the Ancient Greeks. This early organ, called a hydraulis, was more of a set of pan pipes with airflow driven by water pressure. By the 7th century, bellows began to be used to

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The Northeast Conservatory and Mark Ingerman choose The Matchless Cunningham

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The Northeast Conservatory and Mark Ingerman choose The Matchless Cunningham

Philadelphia’s Northeast Conservatory of the Performing Arts is making a difference in the music and arts education for our region. The Director, Mark Ingerman, is a well respected composer and pianist in addition to being a fine educator, and his work

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“How It’s Made”

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“How It’s Made”

How It’s Made On November 28, 2014 Cunningham Piano’s world famous Piano Restoration Factory was featured on the Science Channel’s program, “How It’s Made”. Enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at how an old piano is fully restored to make it look

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The City of Philadelphia honors Cunningham Piano Company

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The City of Philadelphia honors Cunningham Piano Company

Two weeks after The City Council of Philadelphia passed a resolution praising Cunningham Piano Company for their accomplishments, longevity, and for being a city landmark, Co-Owner Tim Oliver accepted those accolades on Thursday December 4th at City Hall. The resolution

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