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A fictional electronic instrument from the girl with a symphony in her fingers short story by Michael G. Coney. From volume 34 number 5 of Science Fiction Galaxy magazine. The instrument is played by Joan a servant of 3 - d movie star karaoke Jones who plays it for her as background music. carioca Jones used to play it also but she is past her Prime, and the orchestra Le requires young fingers to play best. Jones fines and unpleasant way to solve this issue at the by the end of the story.
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A fictional electronic instrument from the novelette "The Girl with a symphony in her fingers" by Michael G. Coney, from volume 34 number 5 of Science Fiction Galaxy magazine. The instrument is played by Joanne, a servant of 3-d movie star Carioca Jones who plays it for her as background music. Carioca Jones used to play it also, but she is past her prime, and the orchestrella requires young fingers to play best. Jones finds an unpleasant way to solve this issue at the by the end of the story.
  
 
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==External Links==
https://archive.org/stream/Galaxy_v34n05_1974-01#page/n85/mode/1up
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*https://archive.org/stream/Galaxy_v34n05_1974-01#page/n85/mode/1up
  
 
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Revision as of 15:11, 1 December 2017

A fictional electronic instrument from the novelette "The Girl with a symphony in her fingers" by Michael G. Coney, from volume 34 number 5 of Science Fiction Galaxy magazine. The instrument is played by Joanne, a servant of 3-d movie star Carioca Jones who plays it for her as background music. Carioca Jones used to play it also, but she is past her prime, and the orchestrella requires young fingers to play best. Jones finds an unpleasant way to solve this issue at the by the end of the story.

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