Place de la Musique
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The Sanfilippo "Place de la Musique" is a private museum in Barrington Hills, Illinois, United States, known for its collection of antique music machines, including phonographs, player pianos, fairground and band organs and calliopes, and a large theater pipe organ. It is located on the estate of Jasper and Marian Sanfilippo. It is sometimes referred to as the Sanfilippo Collection.
Music displays 
Theater organ 
The theater organ was built by the Wurlitzer company in 1927 as Opus 1571. It is regarded to be one of the largest theater pipe organs in the world, currently having about 8000 pipes. It was originally built for the Riviera Theatre in Omaha, Nebraska. It has been restored and expanded under David Junchen since it was installed at the museum in a purpose-built music room. The organ makes use of extension to produce some tones.
Steam locomotive 
Sanfilippo Foundation 
The Sanfilippo Foundation is an organization associated with the museum. It helps charities utilize the Sanfilippo Estate and its collections for their fundraising efforts.
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