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I build the musical box (a hand-powered instrument, capable of playing a short tune) in a wooden case decorated with motifs cut out with a fretsaw and engraved.

Size: ~ 2 1/2" x 2 5/64" (~ 63 mm x 53 mm)
Height: ~ 1 1/2" ( ~ 38 mm)
Material: Beech wood in mahogany finish

Model: Budapest Parliament
Melody: Brahms: Hungarian Dance

Listen to it: http://holdnaputan.hu/zenedoboz/14magyar.mp3

Brahms adapted Hungarian themes he was well familiar with into first class classical music reflecting the influence of the Hungarian "urban" gypsy music. This is a Dance No. 5. from the Suite.

Frequently asked questions about Woodissimo

- Custom music with punched paper strip mechanics: you can order in "With punched paper" section
- Text engraving on bottom of the music boxes: you can order in "Personalization" section
Available in 3 sizes / 3 types:

- WIND-UP mini music boxes (pull up with a key):
Size: ~ 2 13/64" x 1 13/16" (~ 56 mm x 46 mm)
Height: ~ 1 7/32" ( ~ 31 mm)

- HAND-POWERED music boxes (requires constant hand work, as long as play the music):
Size: ~ 2 1/2" x 2 5/64" (~ 63 mm x 53 mm)
Height: ~ 1 1/2" ( ~ 38 mm)

- WITH PUNCHED PAPER (works with a punched paper tape, like the traditional hurdy-gurdy):
Size: ~ 3 15/32" x 2 9/16" (~ 88 mm x 65 mm)
Height: ~ 1 21/32" ( ~ 42 mm)
We offer wholesale, please contact us regarding volume and items.

Budapest Hungary Parliament Travel Holiday Wooden Music Box Brahms Hungarian Dance

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, metal, eco friendly
  • Ships worldwide from Hungary
  • Feedback: 136 reviews
  • Favorited by: 102 people