Why we LOVE the theatre pipe organ...
"Mighty Mo" at Atlanta's Fox Theatre
The one-man band. A thrilling sound that sends chills down your spine. Mighty theatre organs are some of the most versatile musical instruments. Designed to accompany the silent films of the 1920s, they can effectively play a myriad of music styles. From Gershwin to Sousa and Stravinsky to the Beatles, there's almost nothing they can't tackle. And nothing is better for accompanying Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, Harold Lloyd, or the other greats of silent cinema!
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All the bells and whistles...
These instruments were only made, with few exceptions, in the 1920s. Since that time, enthusiasts have flatly refused to let the theatre organ leave the limelight. George Wright sold millions of "HiFi" records in the 1950s that ignited a new generation of theatre organ fans, and the American Theatre Organ Society has nourished a continued commitment towards presenting great organists on great organs, hosting educational camps and programs, and offering a unique network of individuals passionate about the many aspects of the theatre organ: musical, technical, and more!
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Ken Double at the Atlanta Fox on May 15...
It's a very special occasion with the one and only "Mighty Mo" - Ken Double will be featured at our next ATOS Atlanta Monthly Meeting on Sunday, May 15 at 3 p.m. Don't miss your chance to hear the majestic 4/42 Möller organ in full concert splendor, and see the stunning, newly refurbished console up close and in person.
ATOS Atlanta members and guests along with Atlanta AGO members are invited, but you must RSVP in advance by e-mailing email@example.com.
The Fox Theatre Launches "Mighty Mo" Tours...
Tours of Atlanta's premier movie palace have long been a fan favorite, and now the Fox Theatre has developed an exclusive tour featuring their magnificent Möller organ!
The "Mighty Mo Organ Tours" will be featured the first Monday of each month, and will showcase not only the theatre itself, but a mini-concert on "Mo" along with a brief history of the organ and a special Q&A session.
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