Stanley Tudor - At The Organ Of The Gaumont Manchester album download
|A3||Victor Herbert Melodies|
|A6||Out Of The Wood|
|B1||Legend Of The Glass Mountain|
|B3||Serenade To Eileen|
|B4||Song Of Songs|
|B5||Down In The Glen|
- Record Company – Deroy Records
- Recorded By – Deroy Sound Service
- Mastered At – Deroy Sound Service
- Lacquer Cut At – Deroy Sound Service
- Pressed By – Deroy Sound Service
- Manufactured By – Deroy Records
- Recorded At – Gaumont Cinema Manchester
- Printed By – Allan Sharpe Limited
- Organ – Stanley Tudor
- Producer – Derrick Marsh
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): DEROY 970-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): DEROY 970-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): DER 970 A A/C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): DER 1340-B A/C
A celebration of Organist STANLEY TUDOR and the GAUMONT THEATRE Oxford Street Manchester youtube. My photos taken during this year's demolition of the Manchester Odeon (formally the Paramount Theatre, Oxford Street) youtube. 31 July 2017 ·. Vue cut prices at their Manchester flag ship cinema Printworks. You can't get better value than this, all films, all day, every day, for the next 3 months at least, just . 9 at Vue Cinema Printworks, (plus supplements for 3D, IMAX and Scene bar screening)
The Wurlitzer Organ is from the Gaumont Cinema Manchester. It is a 4 manual organ (meaning it has 4 keyboards) and 14 ranks (sets) of pipes as well as a multitude of tuned percussions and a Grand Piano. It was opened in October 1935 by Stanley Tudor who remained associated with the organ until 1960. The organ was used daily during the cinema presentations, as well as being one of the most broadcast organs of the time. Countless recordings were made on the organ while it was in the cinema too, probably because the organ recorded and broadcast very clearly. Many well known organists have played.
Gaumont-British developed or acquired large "super-cinemas" such as the New Victoria (later Gaumont and finally Odeon) in Bradford opened in 1930, the Gaumont in Manchester opened in 1935, and the Gaumont State Cinema in Kilburn, London, opened in 1937. They also took over many smaller cinemas across the country, eventually owning 343 properties. One such property was the Holderness Hall in Hull, built by the pioneering William Morton in 1912 and managed by him until 1930 when he could no longer compete
She is heard performing on the former Manchester Gaumont Wurlitzer and in conversation with Nigel - taken from a 2008 interview that marked her 90th birthday - and during which she discussed her early career as an organist in South Wales and London. Last on. Thu 17 Jul 2014 23:00. BBC Radio 2. More episodes.
44-50 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5EJ. Closed. The Gaumont Manchester was conceived, designed and built by the Granada Theatres circuit, but just prior to opening it was sold to Gaumont British Theatres chain and opened (with the Gaumont name) on 21st October 1935 with Robert Donat in The Thirty-Nine Steps. It occupied the site (and used small parts of the structure) of the Frank Matcham designed Manchester Hippodrome Theatre, which closed on 2nd March 1935, giving a very busy schedule for the contractors to demolish one and build another in little over six months.
The Gaumont Film Company is a French major film studio founded by the ntor Léon Gaumont (1864–1946), in 1895. It is the first and oldest film company in the world, founded before other studios such as Pathé (founded in 1896), Titanus (1904), Nordisk Film (1906), Universal and Paramount (both founded in 1912) The company headquarters are in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.