Since LH615 appeared in the Museum van Speelklok tot Pierement
(MStP) in Utrecht (NL), there have been several recordings of
this organ, a.o. a 45rpm-EP as well as some LP's, cassettes
and CD's with some individual tunes.
LH615 'made its debut' on a 45rpm-EP (110.532E) with arrangements
by Romain Charles Hooghuys. The first tune on the B-side
("Seemann, ") is actually not a part of the potpourri:
it is a separate book but it has been expertly mixed with
the potpourri in the studio (in an almost unnoticeable way,
that is ).
Redskin rhumba (J.S.Zamecnik)
Seemann, deine Heimat ist das Meer (W.Scharfenberger)
Ein Freund, ein guter Freund (W.Heymann/J.Gilbert)
Der lustige Kupferschmied (?)
The LP Phonogram 6810 425 "Speeldoos tot pierement -
populaire melodieën" has two tracks played by the Hooghuys
on the B-side: "Redskin charleston" (entitled "Redskin
rhumba") and "Kid boogie woogie", both arranged
by Romain Charles Hooghuys.
On three cassette tapes of the museum (vol.2 & 3
from the '70s and another one from the '90s), there are
in total 7 tracks to be found (note the following: vol.2
has no number; vol.3 has the number 7402476; the third
cassette has the number 6818072; none of the cassettes
bear a label name).