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Organizations relating to Musical Instruments

Gesellschaft der Orgelfreunde / Mettlach, Germany / Est. 1951
Lute Society / Guildford, UK / Est. 1956
Eurocarillon / Est. 1995
World Carillon Federation / Averbode, Belgium / Est. 1974
European Suzuki Association / Peterborough, UK / Est. 1980
The Clarsach Society / Edinburgh, UK / Est. 1931
Australasian Piano Tuners and Technicians Association / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1984
European Association of Violin and Bow Makers / Wiesbaden, Germany / Est. 1987
International Trombone Union / Nottuln, Germany / Est. 1988
Piano Manufacturers Association International / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1881
International Tuba and Euphonium Association / Gilbert AZ, USA / Est. 1972
Nordic Association of Campanology and Carillon / Est. 1964
European Recorder Teachers Association / Cambridge, UK / Est. 1992
International Clarinet Association / Columbus OH, USA / Est. 1974
Union of European Piano Builders' Associations / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1966
International Suzuki Association / New York NY, USA / Est. 1983
International Society of Bassists / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1967
International Violin and Guitar Makers Association / Est. 1958
Fair Organ Preservation Society / Chorleywood, UK / Est. 1958
Suzuki Association of the Americas / Boulder CO, USA / Est. 1975
International Cello Centre / Est. 1953
Global Episcopal Mission Network / Grants Pass OR, USA / Est. 1994
Yehudi Menuhin School / Cobham, UK / Est. 1963
Nordic Piano Technicians Association / Est. 1996
International Association for Organ Documentation / Kassel, Germany / Est. 1990

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World Problems relating to Musical Instruments

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