An organ-like keyboard with a hand-operated bellows and 4 ‘stops’. Very portable and fun to play. Interesting tonal qualities, the harmonium was common in 19th century North American music. It is used in much Indian music and has applications in Irish and other folk traditions too.
- An Instrument Loan may include a ‘primary’ musical instrument plus supplementary items: eg. 1 keyboard (KB) + keyboard stand + instructional materials/and music books would = 1 instrument loan.
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