For decades, a favorite element of the Tennessee Theatre experience has been the golden-voiced Mighty Wurlitzer organ. The Wurlitzer was installed in the Tennessee Theatre at the time of the building's opening in The organ was built by the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company in North Tonawanda, New York, and cost about $50, at that time. Today, it is one of the few theatre organs still installed in its original .
The Mighty Wurlitzer. One of the most notable features of the Egyptian Theatre is the Wurlitzer Hope-Jones Unit Orchestra organ that sits intact and still operable as originally installed in by the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company for $32, This wonderful organ has provided beautiful music to us for over 85 years. “It was an instrument designed to sound as much like an orchestra as possible, but to .
· Wurlitzer produced 25 of them, and from through designated 18 as Publix 1 models and delivered them to the grandest movie houses in the chain. will play their original Author: Bill Reader.
Wurlitzer introduced their first theater pipe organ in The Wurlitzer Company, with its imposing office tower rising above the main entrance, dominated the theater organ scene, selling a total of some 2, organs during the period between and , representing nearly 40% of the overall market.
The History of this Wurlitzer Organ. The organ was built for Cincinnati's RKO Albee Theatre in a factory in a suburb of Buffalo, New York, and cost $55, It was shipped to Cincinnati in late July, , and installed that fall in the newly-constructed theatre, which was on Fifth Street, just east of Vine.
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