Film: 7501

Music | 1930 | Sound | B/W

Synopsis:

Here in one film are three of the greatest and best known organists from the days of the 'Mighty Wurlitzer', playing on theatre pipe organs in much the manner of their solo work in the days of the silents. Jesse Crawford plays 'At dawning'. 'The Rustle of Spring' and 'Moonlight Reminds Me of You'. ' Ann Leaf ', 'Liebestraum' and Don Baker, at the console in the Paramount Theatre in New York presents Handel's 'Largo', 'Danny Boy', Mendelssohn's 'Spinning song' and 'Tiger Rag'. Keep in mind that the three units making up this film were produced as portions of the popular Paramount Pictorials that were widely used by the theatres in the early 1930's. These were not photographed in a studio, but on the spot in theatres, and some of the scenes which are cut in do not perfectly synchronize with the sound.


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