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Robert Kingdom

Organist Robert Kingdom of Virtual Pipes plays the Miditzer 260SP

Close To You 3.5MB

I Left My Heart In San Francisco 4.5MB

I Have Dreamed 4.2MB

San Francisco 3.3MB

Here is Robert's ciriculum vitae:

Robert Kingdom studied Organ performance with William Van Ornam and Thomas Hazleton while receiving a degree in Music from West Valley College in 1972. In the classical organ field, he is especially well known for his improvisations and arrangements. He also installed and maintained both classical and theater pipe organs in the San Francisco bay area, thereby developing a keen ear and sense of good tonal balance under the guidance of Edward Millington Stout III.  Robert continues to maintain an active interest in organs and performing organ music while pursuing a full time career in semiconductor manufacturing.

Trevor Bolshaw

British organist Trevor Bolshaw spent some time on Gerald Clark's Miditzer Style 216 and graciously provided these MP3s from that session:

Through Night to Light  1.7Mb 1:47  Spirit Of The Sportsman is used in the mid section

Medley--Lover, Small Hotel, Mountain Greenery Night & Day  5.3Mb  5:37

Moonlight In Vermont  2.3Mb  2:24

Tango Ecstacy  2.4Mb  2:32

Gerald's set up is: Hammond XH200, XP pro. Athlon 1.8 G, 500 Meg RAM, and two Audidgy 2ZS in a two chamber arrangement.

Here is Trevor's ciriculum vitae:

Trevor Bolshaw is a native of Walsall in the West Midlands. He began studying music at the age of 9 with the well-known Midland Broadcasting Organist Leslie Taff. 

He displayed a great interest in and aptitude for the theatre organ which he took up at the Regal Cinema Darlaston and was playing interludes in the Theatre at the age of 16 soon to be followed by his first broadcast. From this he progressed to performances in such famous theatres as the Odeons at Leeds, Birmingham, and Manchester and, during the same period, taking up cabaret accompaniment and work in theatre orchestras. 

Trevor has lived for over thirty years in Devon where he is involved in teaching, recording and playing concerts, either as a soloist or in an accompanimental capacity .He has visited the U.S.A. many times as a soloist performing concerts in Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Atlanta, Georgia where he has appeared twice at the famous Fox Theatre. He has also played concerts at various venues in Holland. 

His recording and broadcasting work includes the BBC Radio 2 programme 'The Organist Entertains' and programmes on BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Radio Devon.


Tom Hoehn

Theatre Organist Tom Hoehn made a visit to play Dan Rowland's Miditzer with the Wurlitzer SoundFonts.

Nola 2.75MB