Faded Notes
Faded Notes
Here we take a look at the Hammond Organ with Leslie speakers and drawbars, and Music Workshop Stage I as part of the Singing for Schools, and more...

Remember when records were pressed onto 7 inches of vinyl and were played at 45 revs per minute? What about EPs and LPs? Here we look at a small selection of influential records and lyrics...

LSD was the abbreviation for :s:d, pounds, shillings and pence; otherwise known as 'old money': the pre-decimal coinage of the UK until 1971.


Photo: Playing the Hammond T400 Light Straw Archive.
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Intro

Faded Notes looks at musical notes from electronic instruments, such as the Hammond Organ and some pop records of note. Not to mention a connection with faded bank notes and decimal money.


Making Music
Music Workshop Singing Together The Hammond Organ

Here we take a look at the Hammond organ with Leslie speakers and drawbars, and Music Workshop Stage I as part of the Singing for Schools, and more...


       


Records & Lyrics
Records and Lyrics

Remember when records were pressed onto 7 inches of vinyl and were played at 45 revs per minute? What about EPs and LPs? Here we look at a small selection of influential records and lyrics...




Record sleeve: Twist and Shout - The Beatles (mono).
   



Bobs & Bank Notes
Bobs and Bank Notesd

LSD was the abbreviation for :s:d, pounds, shillings and pence; otherwise known as 'old money': the pre-decimal coinage of the UK until 1971.




Leaflet: Your guide to decimal money.
   


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