Michael Murphy Vists the National Music Centre

Michael Murphy recently traveled to the National Music Centre in Calgary, Alberta, as part of his research on Frank Morse Robb and the Robb Wave Organ. Beginning his business in 1927, Robb is today known as the inventor of the world’s first electronic organ. Among the 15-16 organs Robb produced over the course of 12 years, The National Music Centre is thought to have the only surviving electronic organ he produced.

The National Music Centre has posted a brief interview with Murphy outlining some of the background behind Robb’s electronic organ. You can learn more about Murphy’s research here.

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