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2 don't know how to read. At the Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ session for Edison, Archer Gibson performed four selections. Edison rejected all four recordings, probably because of technical problems with the recording quality. None of these recordings were released. Gibson would have to wait until the 's to become a recording artist, with the Victor Co. Archer Gibson was born in 10 in Baltimore and graduated from the Peabody Conservatory.
Henry Clay Frick wife of one of America's leading industrialists and financiers, who with Schwab helped form U. Steel12 William D. Sloane prominent floor-covering merchant and renowned philanthropist13 Andrew Carnegie I Wondered - Espiahi - Exodus (All Media) steel industry leader fromone of the first "captains of industry" and a great philanthropist14 John D.
Rockefeller, Sr. This was just before the days of radio and quite a number of wealthy families had installed pipe organs in their homes. Gibson concertized frequently in this circle. His later career included a series of radio broadcasts starting in of organ music How Much Time - The Tules - A Haunters Workshop on the NBC radio network.
These too were performed from the organ in the Schwab mansion. In he played a concert of classical favorites at the funeral of John D. During his career Gibson composed a number of hymns, cantatas, and one opera, "Yzdra. Frederick Kinsley became the first and most prolific recording artist of the organists to be issued on the Edison label. Born in 18 to a musical family in New Haven, Connecticut, Kinsley began piano study at Stone Cold Heart - Ayah Marar - The Real 6 and was considered a prodigy.
His first professional job was as organist and choir master at St. Paul's Church in New Haven. After serving for 18 months in the U. Army in World War I, he returned to find his church position filled, and moved to New York Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ the theatre circuit.
He became chief organist at New York's immense Hippodrome Theatre inplaying the organ with the orchestra, giving recitals during intermissions, and helping to produce shows. From to he served as organist at New York Funny Funny - Various - Absolute Seventies II interdenominational Riverside Church, Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ preceding the famous Virgil Fox in that capacity.
Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. However, the Hippodrome was found to be unsatisfactory as a recording venue, probably because of scheduling constraints and the fact that the organ was buried under the stage. In the early 's Midmer-Losh would become famous as the builder of the world's largest pipe organ, installed in Atlantic City's Convention Hall.
Six pieces were recorded over two days in Januaryand 24 pieces were recorded over six dates in June The success of these recordings prompted A. Walsh, a manager of Edison recording operations, to write the following memo to Thomas Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ. Edison, stressing the demand for organ records and requesting that an organ be installed Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ Edison's Columbia St.
West Orange, NJ recording studio: June 29, Thomas A. This demand has been so persistent and widespread that I am firmly convinced that I could do nothing more important to our record business than to issue such records, particularly as Victor is making a big hit with such records at 75 cents. I am informed by Walter Miller that you told him to cut out Still Flyin - Perfect Future Records for this year.
I should like to ask you to reconsider this matter. First, bear in mind that I am never going to let my enthusiasm carry me away to a point where I ask for extravagant expenditures. Now that is a lot of money, but it is really only the cost of twenty double-faced Fox Trot Records, and in about a year and a half, at most, we could issue that many popular Organ Records and give the Trade what they want and what they can sell.
I don't care about making up a lot of Organ Records in one month because I want to make, on the Organ, red hot selections while they are popular, and I see no way to do this unless we have an Organ at our disposal at all times. We can make these records so that they will not blast, when played with the Dance Reproducer, if we just eliminate that very heavy bass pipe which really does not add anything to the performance but only clutters it up.
Nothing is more popular over the Radio than Organ-recitals, and we can do some slick work in this respect for Organ enthusiasts. As a result of this request, a "specially built" three manual, seven rank Midmer-Losh organ was installed in the Edison Columbia Street recording studio in the first week of November Starting in December through March Kinsley recorded for Edison on a more frequent and regular basis. Just a Word or Two about Organ Records.
Until recent years, the pipe organ was used chiefly in churches and large auditoriums, and was a more or less "classical" instrument.
Since its adoption by the movie theatres, however, it has found a new place in public favor, and has become one of the most popular of musical instruments. The nation's annual bill for organ music is said to be now many millions of dollars. The universal appeal of the organ is no doubt due to its great range and versatility, which enable it to give utterance to almost every conceivable human mood and emotion.
This, incidentally, is the secret of its success in keeping up with the rapidly shifting scenes of the movies; and it is also the reason that organ records of popular music, though comparatively new in the phonograph world, take high rank today among the best sellers. The musical variety of the organ, ranging from deep bass growls to high treble notes fine as cobwebs, with swift changes in tempo and volume, is not the easiest thing for phonograph recording and reproduction.
Not all companies have dared to try it; and some who have tried it, though using great organs and master organists, are yet able to produce only a fair imitation of organ music, scarcely distinguishable from orchestra records, lacking the overtones that give life to music, and marred by metallic twang and clatter.
Here is a great opportunity for the Edison Dealer. For the EDISON, faithfully recording always just what it hears, reproduces the true organ voice in all its fullness and variety.
Make this comparison for your customers: play an Edison organ record with the diamond; then play the same selection on a needle record, and let your customer judge. If Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ knows how a real organ sounds, he won't have to look at the record label, nor use his imagination, to tell which record reproduces the organ, and which one imitates it. Edison organ records are made in our studio, on our own specially built Midmer-Losh Pipe Organ, played by Frederick Kinsley, organist of New York's famous "big" theatre, the "Hippodrome.
Use them generously, and see how your list of proud owners will grow. Frederick Kinsley at the organ console at the Hippodrome in Source: U.
Rollo F. Maitland recorded for the Edison Diamond Disc label in and Maitland was prominent both as a classical organist and as a theatre organist. His only organ teacher was Dr.
David D. Wood, an early proponent of Bach's organ music in America. Maitland was also a professional violinist. He earned fellow and choirmaster certificates from the American Guild of Organists, and headed the organ department at the Philadelphia Musical Academy, Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ he had earned his doctorate.
In his career he performed major recitals and radio broadcasts on some of the country's largest and most famous instruments, including the Wanamaker organ in Philadelphia, and the Midmer-Losh Atlantic City Convention Hall organ. He composed numerous organ and piano pieces, as well as anthems and songs.
He died in at the age of One of the most colorful personalities to record on the organ for Edison was Mr. Sharpe Minor. Charles Minor was by all accounts a great showman and one of the better known theatre organists in the 's.
He cleverly borrowed his mother's maiden name Sharpe to create an eye-catching name for theatre marquees. Minor reportedly was able to play with lightening speed, even when Gypsy Love Song - Frank Wrightson - Magical Pipe Organ an inebriated state.
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