I am looking for an Aeolian player piano Roll #1591. The title is "Dixie" arranged by J. Lawrence Cook. PLEASE HELP ME!!!!! I cant find it!?

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  • steve
    Lv 7
    6 years ago
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    I couldn't find it, but that doesn't mean that it's not currently in various lots of piano rolls on Ebay. Perhaps you could contact the various individuals selling piano rolls there. Or set up a buying alert on Ebay when this single piano roll comes up for auction.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glv0F6IyXvY -- Undoubtedly you've already seen this video

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    I did find a QRS piano roll of the song by Lee S Roberts



    Sorry I couldn't find the piano roll for you...

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Gator, Yellow Labrador Retriever: Diagnosed with Liver Disease and Irritable Bowel Disease summer of 2002. Ultrasound done. Found bowel and liver to be enlarged. Vet would not do biopsy for fear of death on table. Many different low protein foods and medications. Medications had to be given hours apart. Many trips to the vet for subQ fluids. Could have no stress. Caused projectile vomiting. Came home at 2:30 pm on January 26th, 2003 to find Gator gasping for breath, called my husband, my vet. Rushed him to the vet. The vet took all vitals, put on fluids. I held his head and told him it was okay to go. And he did. I didn't get the chance to make that decision. He died on his own at 4:03 pm January 26th, 2003. The ultrasound is expensive. The biopsy will tell you only what you already know. Your dog is dying of liver failure. The biopsy will only give you an idea of how bad it is and the bloodwork is enough to tell you. Enjoy your little Zoe. You don't know when and you may not get the chance to know. Up until that day at that time, Gator was still doing well enough to sustain a good quality of life. He completely failed within a couple of hours. There is no cure. Live each day with her as if it were the last. Go in peace.

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