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Rhythm Clocks Joyful Glory Musical Motion Wall Clock Brown 4MH897WU06

Joyful Glory Musical Motion Wall Clock Brown 4MH897WU06 by Rhythm Clocks

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Rhythm Clocks # 4MH897WU06
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  • Brown Finish
  • Dimensions: 19.74" Height x 15.8" Width
  • Volume Control
  • Demonstration Button

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Description and Features

This model has a tranquil and cathedral-like theme. The Joyful Glory splits into three sections on the hour as one of the 30 melodies play in synchrony. While opening, the dial reveals 15 glimmering crystals. The rotating wheel at the bottom adds an elegant animated look. Clock is battery quartz operated.
  • Brown Finish
  • Dimensions: 19.74" Height x 15.8" Width
  • Volume Control
  • Demonstration Button
  • Auto Night Shut-Off
  • On/Off Switch
  • Swarovski crystal rotating pendulum
  • Wooden Case
  • Requires two D Batteries (included)
  • The Joyful Glory plays 12 Americana Melodies or 12 Classic Melodies or 6 Christmas Songs.Americana Melodies: "America The Beautiful", "My Country,'Tis Of Thee", "Aura Lee", "Battle Hymn Of The Republic", "Lorelie", "Beautiful Dreamer", "You're A Grand Old Flag", "When The Saints Go Marching In", "Home, Sweet Home", "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean", "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon", "Greensleeves",Classic Melodies: "Amazing Grace", "Canon", "In The Garden", "Danza Dell'ore", "Ave Maria", "Nocturne op. 9-2", "How Great Thou Art", "Tale From The Vienna Woods", "Jesus Loves Me", "Jesus, Joy Of Man's Desiring", "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", "Liebestrum No.3"Christmas Melodies: "The First Noel", "Jingle Bells", "Silent Night", "Deck The Halls", "Joy To The World", "We Wish You A Merry Christmas


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