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Swingin' Down the Lane Clark Wilson plays the music of Burton Lane on the 4/38 Wurlitzer at the Hardman Studio in Great Falls, VA.
 

 

Recorded live April 29-May 1, 2005, in the 9th year of the now-legendary Rialtofest concert weekend, this album features over 74 minutes of exciting music, showcasing the performances of Jelani Eddington, Clark Wilson, Mark Herman, and Australian Neil Jensen. The DePaul University Jazz Big Band also performs with its impeccable recreations of fabulous Big Band-era classics! The album features material from three Chicago-area theatre pipe organs: the 4-27 Grand Barton at the Rialto Theatre, the 5-80 Sanfilippo residence Wurlitzer, and the 4-26 Van Der Molen residence Robert Morton.
 

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Recorded live April 23-April 25, 2010 Artists Jelani Eddington, Clark Wilson, Chris Gorsuch, Chris Elliott, and The Joliet American Legion Band come together on this live recording with a fine sampling of theatre organ music. The 27 ranks of the Grande Barton Theatre Pipe organ at the Rialto Square Theatre are a great compliment to the classic theatre organ repertoire on this two disc set.
 

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Upstairs, Downstairs refers to the fact that the New York Paramount Theatre had two organs, one upstairs and the other downstairs. Clark plays the huge "downstairs" organ from the theatre as it is now installed in the Century II Convention Center, Wichita. Representing the "upstairs" organ and also played by Clark is the former Miller Theatre Wurlitzer now installed in the Wichita home of Mike Coup.

Clark Wilson plays an interesting program set in the context of a "Golden Age" radio program with the announcer none other than Jack Bethards, owner of the Schoenstein Organ Co.
 

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The highly regarded, enlarged Robert Morton organ at the Ohio Theatre in Columbus soars under the fleet fingers of Clark Wilson. Originally of 20 ranks with 1,580 pipes, the fabulously enhanced instrument now has 324 stops controlling 33 ranks of more than 2,500 pipes.
 

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Clark Wilson’s fine playing is finally on CD! Here he plays a live concert of November 1995 as a farewell to the Colonial Theatre in Philadelphia, where the late Jim Breneman and Sam LaRosa completed the enlargement of a 1928 Kimball 3-13 moved from the State Theatre in Philadelphia to become a very fine 4-32. The saga of this organ, including another theatre installation, a flood, another change of ownership, etc., is related in the CD booklet.
 

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The Theatre Organ Society of Australia presents a 2-CD set of “some of the best theatre pipe organ music heard in Adelaide over many years” (1967-2003). The CDs feature 26 organists from Australia, U. S. A., and England playing several organs. Those heard primarily are the 4-29 at the Capri Theatre (incorporating a 13-rank Wurlitzer and other ranks from Christie, Morton, Trivo) and the 2-12 Wurlitzer at Putney Grammar School. An historical track features the 3-15 Wurlitzer at the Regent Theatre. Biographies and color photos of all of the players are very much appreciated.
 

 

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