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The King of Organs
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(Cook Records, 1957), 35 mins
The New York Paramount Theatre's Wurlitzer truly deserves its distinction as "the king of organs." Besides the standard well-equipped battery of stops (flutes, clarinets, diapasons, strings, celesta, reed chorus, French horns, brass trumpets, vox-humanas), this incomparable machine is outfitted with an enormous p...
(Cook Records, 1957), 35 mins
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The Mosque Theater: Reginald Foort at the Console of the Mighty Wurlitzer
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(Cook Records, 1956), 28 mins
One of the most recorded organists in history, Reginald Foort performs sentimental favorites from the 1950s on the legendary Wurlitzer at the Mosque Theatre in Richmond, Virginia. "Mood Indigo," "Blue Moon" and "Laura" recall the era.
(Cook Records, 1956), 28 mins
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The New Clavichord
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(Cook Records, 1957), 32 mins
One early morning, way past midnight, Pianist Red Camp engaged himself in a one-person jam session...on a clavichord. The delicate, 14th century instrument is more likely to be associated with C.P.E. Bach than with the often atonal free improvisation heard here, but this is compelling music and musicianship.
(Cook Records, 1957), 32 mins
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Bon Bon Buddy - Billy Murray
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produced by Richard Martin and Meagan Hennessey; performed by Billy Murray, 1877-1954; in Phonographic Yearbook: 1908 - Take Me Out With the Crowd (Archeophone Records, 2004), 2 mins
produced by Richard Martin and Meagan Hennessey; performed by Billy Murray, 1877-1954; in Phonographic Yearbook: 1908 - Take Me Out With the Crowd (Archeophone Records, 2004), 2 mins
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