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Here is Frank Pahl’s list of instruments and devices for his Artcite exhibition and performances:

exhibition materials

4 air organs w/rotisseries

16 legs for air organs

6 air organs without rotisseries

1 walkman cd player (panasonic)

1 multiple disc (4) cd player

8 lamps

1 record player

1 1/4" cord w/1/8" adapter

1 mr. xmas music box

1 metal bedstand

3 small 1 rpm motors

1 gong

1 set of prayer bells

1 set of latin percussion chimes

1 tri-chime

7 toy projectors

1 reel-to-reel tape player

1 american dj light sequencer

1 lightcraft light sequencer

1 chauvet light seguencer

1 binary sequencer in suitcase

1 red chair

1 cushion

1 single pull/double throw switch w/pressure pad in cardboard suitcase

1 electric baton w/ac adapter

1 projection screen

1 bag of extension cords and power strips

1 motion detector

1 "listen" plaque


toyband instruments

2 little tyke keyboards

1 set of suzuki hand bells

1 toy drumset

2 kick drum pedals

2 tambourines

1 cardboard suitcase

1 folding card table

1 glockenspiel

1 casio rapman in box

1 easychord in box

2 baritone ukes in cases

1 soprano uke

1 set of woodstock chimes

2 woodblocks

3 service bells

1 home made high hat

1 bag of sticks and mallets

3 cowbells

1 green mongo

1 white stool

1 kazoo

3 chairs

1 songflute

1 tri-bar mounted doorbell

1 4-bar mounted doorbell

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