Soundbites of the most popular 36 note movements
Many of our customers have asked to hear some of the tunes that are placed in our music boxes. This page should help. It may take a little while to download and was created without the aid of a professional sound person so please understand there maybe extraneous sounds or variances in the volume control; but, at least you will get a basic idea of what the music sounds like. We can assure you that the virtual music boxes sound truely lovely.
The following tunes are recorded from 1.36 note movements. 1.36 means that
the movement has 1 tune and a comb that has 36 prongs to create the 36
notes. Most tunes are
18 notes too. The difference between a 36 note movement and an
18 note movement is the amount of prongs on the comb of the movement and
the size of a 36 note movement is larger. It will have more musical
To hear the melodies, click on pink buttons. To return to main music box page, click HERE.
|18th Variation on a Theme of Paganini, (played in movie, Somewhere in Time)|
|A Whole New World, from the movie, Aladin|
|As Time Goes By, from the movie, Casa Blanca|
|Barber of Seville, Rossini|
|Barcarole from Tales of Hoffman|
|Beauty And The Beast|
|Blue Danube, Strauss|
|Claire de la Lune, Debussy|
|Die Moldau, Smetana|
|Edelweiss, Rogers and Hammerstein|
|Four Seasons, Vivaldi|
|Lara's Theme from Dr. Zivago|
|Music of The Night, from Phantom of the Opera, Weber|
|Ode to Joy, from Beethoven's Ninth Sympony|
|The Harmonious Blacksmith, Schumann|
|The Magic flute, Mozart|
|The Wedding Song (There Is Love)|
|Schubert's Serenade & Mozart's Minuet|
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