Mr. and Mrs. Karsy, an inventive and original “team” on the variety stage, have created a new and extrodinary musical instrument which is known as the Giant Myriophone (Myriphon). It is the work of a genius and when under full swing produces music similar to that of a full string band. Only two persons are required to produce this immense volume of sound. (via » Karsy’s Giant Myriphon)

Mr. and Mrs. Karsy, an inventive and original “team” on the variety stage, have created a new and extrodinary musical instrument which is known as the Giant Myriophone (Myriphon). It is the work of a genius and when under full swing produces music similar to that of a full string band. Only two persons are required to produce this immense volume of sound. (via » Karsy’s Giant Myriphon)

Still waiting for the end of the world, William Greenwood, skipper of the Ark #2, dreams up a few hot licks on a rather dilapidated organ in his houseboat on the banks of Olympia. The organ is only one of the “19 musics,” as he calls them, that he can play. Some of the others are the piano, the horn, the accordion, the fiddle and the banjo. - May 19, 1939

Still waiting for the end of the world, William Greenwood, skipper of the Ark #2, dreams up a few hot licks on a rather dilapidated organ in his houseboat on the banks of Olympia. The organ is only one of the “19 musics,” as he calls them, that he can play. Some of the others are the piano, the horn, the accordion, the fiddle and the banjo. - May 19, 1939