Most tastes of music are catered for in many scales, in any format, be it book, roll, floppy disk or SD card. All titles in stock as MIDI files are £15 per tune. There is a 10% discount if you are ordering 20 titles or more.

Lockdown music sale

Bored with playing with your organ at home during lockdown? You need some new music! Until the end of February there will be 15% off all 20 and 31 note rolls. There will also be 20% off all 20 note, 30k, 48k and 65k MIDI files. Discount does not include postage. Contact us for a music list.

Please email us for an up-to-date music list for your organ. With over 500 tunes available its impossible to list them all here.

We also now supply Racca Piano Melodica music books!


Special Arrangements

If there is something you would like especially arranged or transcribed from another scale, then please contact us. Rob is happy to look at any prospective music & will always give his honest opinion as to whether it will fit your scale or not. Music arranging is not as expensive as you may think!
As well as Rob's own arrangements, we can offer the extensive library of Merry Go Round Music which features many established arrangers. 
We are pleased to also offer the arrangements of Hiddo Van Os, a talented music arranger from Holland with lots of experience.
We are also delighted to introduce Adam Ramet, many will know Adam as a brilliant arranger & composer of music for piano rolls as well as a great photographer.
An arranger who may be familiar with organ enthusiasts is Paul Garwood, who has been a musician in bands & orchestras for many years. He has arranged music for Kalliope polyphon, as well as for small organ including his own 31 note organ.
The latest arranger to join us is Gary Harding, who has been performing music for over 50 years, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education a Master of Arts in Music from Washington State University. He did post-graduate studies in cultural anthropology focusing his studies on Brazilian and Cuban ethnomusicology and served as a university instructor of Mexican-American Studies and Jazz Studies, teaching and developing curriculum for the university’s music program. His field studies were conducted principally in São Paulo, Brazil.

In Seattle, Washington, he has worked as an instructor for the Heritage Institute, as well as, a music specialist for Schools in Seattle. For the last 34 years, he has directed America’s oldest Brazilian music ensemble; Batucada Yemanjá. Among his other interests in Latin American music are the crank organ traditions of Cuba, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina; órgano oriental, realejo and organito.