NEW! Nigel Ogden plays the Wurlitzer Theatre Organ at Free Trade Hall, Manchester. This recording is sure to put you in the holiday spirit!
Staff organists of the famed Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor spread Christmas cheer with the 1927 Barton of 3 manuals and 13 ranks. The Barton is one of only forty theater instruments remaining in their original locations and is one of the very few that is used almost daily. Staff organists heard on this CD include Henry Aldridge, Steve Ball, Newt Bates, Wade Bray, John Lauter, Scott Smith, and Steve Warner. Click for list of songs
Hazleton's Latest Christmas CD! On the famous San Sylmar Wurlitzer, Tom Hazleton plays a great collection of Christmas favorites.
Tom Hazleton plays Christmas favorites on the 3-43 Kimball at Dickinson High School in Wilmington.
Christmas Wonderland was recorded in the residence of Paul & Linda Van Der Molen in Wheaton, Illinois. The instruments include the beautifully restored 4-manual 26-rank Wonder Morton, a Steinway 9’ concert grand piano, and a Mason & Hamlin 9’ concert grand piano. Click Picture for Details & to Order
Scott Foppiano offers a grand Christmas on one of only five “Wonder” Mortons built by the very prolific Robert Morton Company, now in Santa Barbara’s Arlington Theatre.
NEW! Don Thompson plays a 1927 Wurlitzer on this rare recording. With three manuals and thirteen ranks, the organ was originally installed in the 2200-seat Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, but was removed and re-installed in Ye Olde Pizza Joynt in Hayward California. A fire unfortunately destroyed the restaurant and the organ in 2003, which makes this a very rare recording.
This album is presented in an elegant, full-color, six-panel high gloss DigiPak. Featuring a delightful blend of popular and sacred music this recording truly showcases the orchestral resources of the 4-manual 73-rank Wurlitzer Pipe Organ at The Nethercutt Collection in Sylmar, California.
Leroy Anderson’s A Christmas Festival and selections from his Suite of Carols, as well as the lush setting of Greensleeves by Richard Purvis are complemented with arrangements of tunes familiar to all.