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Volume Four - Issue Five

Contributing Editors

The Control Room - Richard Mogridge - Webmaster
Console Up! - Tom Hoehn, Lead Editor
The Skandia WurliTzer - Per Olof Schultz, Associate Editor
MidiTzer Boot Camp - Russ Ashworth, Associate Editor
Mighty Hauptwerk - Jim Reid, Associate Editor
Desktop Goodies - Fred Willis
NYTOS Field Reporter - Eugene Hayek

Office of Operations

Walnut Hill Productions
1233 Sims Street
Ridgecrest, California 93555
Phone - 1-727-230-2610
10AM to 6PM PDT
Email - slowdog294@yahoo.com



FROM THE WEBMASTER'S DESK


ORGAN OF THE MONTH

Click here to learn more about the 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Thomas Worthington High School in Columbus, Ohio.
3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ


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We begin the month of May with an outreach program wherein we shall be getting to know the instruments near Ridgecrest, California. Our mission began with the first forray into the world of the Mighty TPO in Southern California, the First Annual Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention of 2007, held at the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern, Bakersfield.

Also in this month's news, the Founding Father of Walnut Hill Productions, Fred Willis, had an accident in his home on Friday, the day before the Convention. He fell while walking into the kitchen and the Bone Doctor had to call 911 for assistance. Fred was quickly taken by ambulance to the Ridgecrest Medical Center, a small but high-tech hospital serveing the Kern County area. He was admitted and diagnosed before we left for Bakersfield to attend the Convention.


First Annual Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention
May 5th and 6th at the Granada Theatre
Old Town Kern, Bakersfield, California

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the entrance and marquee of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern.
Granada Theatre in Old Towen Kern, Bakersfield, California.

On Saturday, May 5th at 8AM, the doors of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern, Bakersfield opened to greet theatre organ enthusiasts to a first time annual event of historic perportions. Theatre Owner Jim Spohn had this to say about the event. We quote him in blue text below:

Hear Ye Hear Ye: First Annual Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention, May 5th, 2007...

Most Theatre Organ events turn out to be quite costly. My aim is to have an event that is affordable and fun. The Granada Theatre in Bakersfield is having what will be called "The Poorman's Pipe Organ Convention" on May 5th, which is not a convention at all. I am opening my 643 seat theatre to all organ buffs who would like a chance to play a real theatre pipe organ in an actual working theatre.

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the lobby of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern.
The Lobby of the Granada Theatre.

For those who would like to try their hand at playing a short silent movie, I will have my projectionist on hand to run a variety of 3 to 5 minute clips of silent movies. Some movies will be on film from the booth projectors, and some will be from DVD on a digital projector.

Click here to download a 1944 x 2592 JPG image showing one of the carbon arc projectors of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern.
Carbon Arc Projector at the the Granada Theatre.

This is all about fun and not stuffedshirtedness. I will have food available at the snack bar and liquor available at the drink bar. There is no charge for this event. However, the food and drink will be for sale. This is not a public event, but rather, it is for all my personal friends...YOU!!

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing Lucy's Kitchen, the snack bar of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern.
The Snack Bar of the Granada Theatre.

This event will run from 8AM Saturday Morning May 5th all night through Sunday at 5PM. It's like a pajama party for organ nuts (I can not be responsible for lost Teddy Bears.)

This is a crappy little neighborhood theatre with no balcony, built in 1927. The theatre did not have an organ originally. If you would like, BRING A SLEEPING BAG AND FIND A PLACE TO CRASH. I must warn you that the stage is small and the floors are concrete.

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the auditorium of the Granada Theatre in Old Town Kern.
The Auditorium of the Granada Theatre.

Come and play the pipe organ and drive everyone else nuts. Come play a short movie, or come just to drink and listen!! There are hotels and restaurants with in a reasonable distance. Fast food joints are with in a mile. Make it an afternoon trip from your house.

The organ is a four manual Robert Morton console connected to a 4/24 WurliTzer/Morton Theatre Pipe Organ. Everything on the instrument runs on wind, including myself. Not all the organ may be playing at the time but at least seventeen ranks will be playing, which is MORE than enough for that size theatre. (There is a Post Horn.)

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
The console of the Granada Theatre's Mighty Pipe Organ.

The specifications of the organ change on a regular basis. A stop list and description for the instrument is available. I make no false illusions. There are some ivories missing from keys that I may or may not get around to replacing by then. I will knock the organ into some semblance of tune but there will be no concert tuning. It's just like the organs in theaters used to be, "A piece of crap". The bottom line is that I can play it, and I'm not even an organist! So there is no reason that you wouldn't be able to play it and have fun.

The artists for this event are YOU, the attendees. If you want to play and want to come practice beforehand, please call me.

The Granada Theatre is original to 1927. All restrooms are upstairs and there are NO handicapped restrooms available in the theatre. It is important the I have some idea of how many people to expect, so please contact me at

james.spohn@ge.com

or cell phone (661)330-6733 and RSVP.

The Theatre is at 616 Kentucky Street in Old Town Kern, Bakersfield, California.

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the Walnut Hill Team and friends posing at console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
Friends and players of the Granada Theatre's Mighty Pipe Organ.
Seated, Lucy Spohn. Jim Spohn, in front, Greg Rister (left) and Russ Ashworth (right).

Representing Walnut Hill was Cyrus Roton, the Bone Doctor, and Russ Ashworth.

Jim and Lucy Spohn welcomed over fourty TPO enthusiasts from around the country and beyond to come and share the fine 4/24 Mighty WurliTzer/Morton Theatre Pipe Organ as players and listeners.

But the Granada Theatre adventure was full of many wonderful surprises which will be revealed in a future feature. It was also a chance for the Bone Doctor, and Russ Ashworth to reunite as brothers again as they remembered the founding of WHOC two years ago in Pasadena.

We made many new friends, rekindled old friendships, and all in attendence during this historic gathering had an absolute boat load of fun. Lucy Spohn was most warm and gracious as she kept the delicious consessions coming and the happy smiles abounding. Her hamburgers rule, along with her kindness. And Jim backed her up all the way with his enthusiasm and generosity. We shall miss this lovely couple until the next time we stop in at the Granada, hopefully long before next year. Simply put, I love that place and the folks who own and run it. Sheer joy, it is.

Doc's next door neighbor, Ernest Todd, took him to Bakersfield early Saturday morning. They stayed the night at the theatre and came home on Sunday evening. Todd's Z-Car ensured a speedy but very safe trip. He was highly impressed with the organ, the theatre and silent movies, all being the first time he has witnessed these things up close. We have pictures of Todd standing among the tall boys in the chambers. He is the newest member of WHOC and has found a new passion, the King of Instruments.

The Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention will run each year, so now is the time to mark your calender for a date with one of the TPO world's best kept secrets and loveliest of musical gems, the Mighty 4/24 WurliTzer/Morton Theatre Pipe Organ Jim Spohn built. Make plans to attend the Second Annual Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention of 2008 today! We shall be seeing you at the Granada next year. If all goes as planned, this will become an event in Bakersfeield, California not to be missed, no matter how far one must go to get there.

The Walnut Hill Production Team attended and had the cameras and recorders rolling to document the event. Look for this instrument to be featured in August 2007.

We made some recordings using the Samson Zoom H4 and took dozens of photos using two digital SLR cameras, our trusty Canon Power Shot S2-IS and the Kodak D70 belonging to Fred Willis. We were unable to get video, however, because the laptop was not available as a file repository. Some of these are posted below. There are more to follow. Stay tuned as we sort through this new material and post more here in the days ahead.

Members of WHOC that played the massive instrument were Cyrus Roton, Russ Ashworth, and the Bone Doctor. All were recorded and photographed. We did not get video this year, but next year we will do a much deeper coverage of the event now that we know what to expect.


Exerpts From The Bone Doctor's Sunday Performance

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing the Bone Doctor at console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
The Bone Doctor at the console of the Granada Theatre's
4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

  1. My Father's World
    Playing time = 3:25, files size = 3.18MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  2. Never Grow Old
    Playing time = 2:53, files size = 2.67MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  3. Noodling on the way to the Steel Guitar Rag
    Playing time = 4:06, files size = 3.81MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  4. Norwegian Wood
    Playing time = 2:45, files size = 2.56MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  5. Wildwood Flower
    Playing time = :, files size = .MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  6. Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    Playing time = 3:25, files size = 3.17MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  7. Saint Louis Boogie
    Playing time = 3:01, files size = 2.80MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.


Exerpts From Dean Cook's Sunday Performance

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing Dean Cook at console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
Dean Cook at the console of the Granada Theatre's
4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

Two fine musicians, Dean Cook and Greg Rister, blew our socks off as they played the huge instrument in concert and silent movies with masterful skill. Several other enthusiastic folks took a go at the old gal, including her builder, Jim Spohn, who plays quite well indeed. First up is some material from Dean Cook's Sunday show.

  1. Puttin' On The Ritz
    Playing time = 2:36, files size = 2.42MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  2. Moonlight Serenade
    Playing time = 4:13, files size = 3.91MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  3. Marche`De Zacatecas
    Playing time = 4:32, files size = 4.19MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  4. Bridge Over The River Kwai
    Playing time = 4:10, files size = 3.86MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  5. Besame Mucho
    Playing time = 3:12, files size = 2.96MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  6. Sabre Dance
    Playing time = 2:40, files size = 2.48MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.


Exerpts From Greg Rister's Sunday Performance

Click here to download a 2592 x 1944 JPG image showing Greg Rister at console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
Greg Rister at the console of the Granada Theatre's
4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

  1. Unforgettable Medley
    Playing time = 9:49, files size = 9.05MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  2. Track 2
    Playing time = 3:01, files size = 2.80MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  3. If I Loved You
    Playing time = 3:59, files size = 3.69MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.


Exerpts From Jim Spohn's Performances

Click here to download a 1944 x 2592 JPG image showing Jim Spohn at console of the Granada Theatre's 4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.
Jim Spohn at the console of the Granada Theatre's
4/24 Mighty Robert Morton/WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

  1. Track 1
    Playing time = 5:52, files size = 5.42MB, bit rate = 128KB/sec.


Founding Father of Walnut Hill
Hospitalized After Fall at Home

Click here to visit Walnut Hill's very own Fred Willis, the founding father of the Walnut Hill Organ Club and the Walnut Hill weblsite.
Fred Willis, the founding father of Walnut Hill.

Upon returning home, Doc and Todd stopped in to visit Fred Willis as he was settling in at thr Ridgecrest Medical center where he will remain until he recovers from the surgery performed on the big toe of his right foot.

On the 4th of May, Fred fell and could not get up. There was no way that Doc could get him to his feet, and after seeing te color of his skin, called 911. The city responded with paramedics and an ambulance. They began immediate medical treatment even before leaving for the hospital. Fred was admitted as soon as they arrived at the Center early that evening.

Surgery was performed in the morning of the following day, on a Saturday. Due to irreversable infection and complications caused by advancing diabetes, the toe was amputated. There are other complications the doctors must evaluate, monitor and treat before Fred can come home, but Todd took Fred the "Easy" button Fred keeps near his residence workstation to remind him to pray with us for the miracle of healing and a safe return home.

Fred was excited to hear the news surrounding the Convention and he was glad to see Todd and Doc safely home. We were relived and glad to see Fred alive and reasonably well, on his way to a speedy recovery in the capable hands of the good people at the Ridgecrest Medical Hospital.

Fred was relocated from Ridgecrest Medical Hospital to the Desert Knoll Convalescent Hospitalin Victorville, California. The doctors expect him to stay there for at least four and a half weeks. Depending on a number of factors, his stay could be longer. We will keep you informed as we lean more about his condition in the days ahead.

On Thursday, May 17th of 2007, Cyrus Roton and the Bone Doctor ventured down to Victorville to see Fred at the Desrt Knoll Convalescent Hospital. He was of good cheer but still woozy from the infection. The nurse changed the bandages on his toe while we were there and the would is healing, but it is mending slowly due to his diabetes. Fred's recovery time is now estimated to be around four to six weeks. His brother Paul will be flying down from Washington State in two weeks to held get Fred's house ready for his return sometime between June and July if all goes well.



EDITORIAL ARTICLES




HEADLINE NEWS


RELOCATION FUND DRIVE

Although we are settling in at the new location, Walnut Hill Productions is still in somewhat of a bind from a business perspective. Household and personal expenses are taking a hefty slice out of the money Doc gets, as he is disabled and on a fixed and limited income. Replacing his personal property and the musical equipment lost after the relocation, along with aquiring a new residence, will be very expensive.

Most of the company's original equipment was left in Tennessee due to the high cost of shipping. These items must eventually be replaced. Below is a partial listing of the items we need for the studio in order to get back to the recording sessions Doc would like to complete, including albums from the Sub Urban Cowboys and Doc at the Mighty MidiTzer.

  1. Fender Precision Electric Bass Guitar (Ship to CA from TN)
  2. Yamaha FG335 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (Ship to CA from TN)
  3. Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar (Ship to CA from TN)
  4. One or more MIDI controller keyboards (aquire new)
  5. Two low impedence balanced mic cables (aquire new)
  6. Two boom stands for the microphones (aquire new)
  7. Four channel stereo microphone mixer (aquire new)

We do not have current pricing or availability of this equipment, but it is conservatively estimated that we will need to raise over 4,000 dollars to eventually aquire everything on the list above. But there is also the need to find a permanent home for Walnut Hill Productions that can not only be a residence for the Bone Doctor but also a place of business for this fledgeling company from the Green Hills of East Tennessee, now relocated to the wonderful city of Ridgecrest in Sunny Southern California.

When we finally take custody and stewardship of a permanent residence big enough for an electronic three manual theatre organ, we will be looking for a vintage Conn 650 analogue electronic theatre organ (with a MIDI kit and digital reverb professionally installed) so that we can use this superb organ to drive the various VTPO's on the scene today while still retaining its original sound and feel, only better. We will also equip the instrument with a digital piano and other virtual voice modules including drums and ethnic instruments, etc..

Our end goal is to construct a portable four manual console for the Walnut Hill 4/36 Mighty WurliTzer Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ, to be powered by jOrgan running a custom organ disposition and soundfont set supplied by Richard "Kent" Allman of Allman Music in Saint Petersburg, Florida. Though an Empire style WurliTzer console would be ideal, the actual VTPO prototype console would be a four manual stack sitting on a foldable pedestal.

The music rack would be a touch sensative LCD monitor for stop control, manuscript, etc.. The manuals would each have ten settable pistons and ten factory preset pistons. The Pedal would have suitable bass. The pedestal would also have the five shoes, four piano pedals and several toe studs mounted on the crossmember above the bass pedals.

Doc and Tom Hoehn have created a Pay Pal account for easily and securely receiving contributions from all who want to see this relocation take place, which will allow Walnut Hill to make major strides forward for the King of Instruments.

Below is a listing of those who have genorously contributed funds to date:

Name

  • Tom Hoehn
  • Gareth Howells
  • James Reid
  • Cyrus Roton
  • William Spalding
  • Larry Chamberlin
  • Kent Allman
  • Fred Willis
  • Joseph Loewy
  • Ronald Shreve
  • Dan Rowland
  • Eleanor Winnemore
  • Earl Hurty

Amount

  • $ 50.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $200.00
  • $500.00
  • $100.00
  • $100.00
  • $100.00
  • $200.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $ 25.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $100.00
  • $ 35.00

Method

  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • Check

These most kind and generous folks have earned memberships in the Walnut Hill Organ Club and will be notified of their membership status when the club goes official. We have decided to push forward with the organization while awaiting an ATOS charter. Club members will receive printed certificates and membership cards, plus access to the WHOC online community via direct email notifications. This is just a small token of appreciation for all who are making the Walnut Hill website possible and freely available for the world to enjoy.

Click here to contribute to the Relocation Fund Drive by emailing the Bone Doctor at PayPal.

Funds received to date: $1,560.00

There are other pledges pending. Anyone can contribute as much or as little as they see fit by clicking the "Make a Donation" button above. You can also send checks via standard mail to the following address, should you choose to not use the Pay Pal account. Please make checks payable to Richard Mogridge, with the words "Relocation Fund" in the memo line. The address is:

Richard Mogridge
Walnut Hill Productions
1233 Sims Street
Ridgecrest, California 93555

If you have questions about the relocation fund, you can call the Bone Doctor at the Walnut Hill Office of Operations to learn more.

That telephone number is 1-727-230-2610.

All contributors will get recognized at the site should they choose, or they can remain anonymous, simply by letting the Bone Doctor know their preferences via email.

This is a major move forward for Walnut Hill Productions, one of the fastest growing TPO sites on the internet. Become a part of history by making your donation today. Please help us to continue the work we are doing as we continue to grow, adding new features and more services such as broadcasting audio and video for all to enjoy. You'll be glad you did.

We are thanking you in advance for your generosity and support in this grand endevour.

God bless, and happy playing.

The Bone Doctor
Member ATOS/President WHOC
House Organist and Webmaster
Walnut Hill Productions

"It's all about the King of Instruments!"


Hit Count Since 04/02/2004

The figures below represent the approximate daily hit count for the site since going online on April 2nd of 2004. Counter checks begin around ten in the morning and end around ten in the evening. Currently, that total stands at over 51,815 happy campers in the Land of the King!

  • 05/01/2007 - 50,747
  • 05/02/2007 - 50,790
  • 05/03/2007 - 50,825
  • 05/04/2007 - 50,851
  • 05/05/2007 - 50,885
  • 05/06/2007 - 50,920
  • 05/07/2007 - 50,946
  • 05/08/2007 - 50,996
  • 05/09/2007 - 51,052
  • 05/10/2007 - 51,092
  • 05/11/2007 - 51,130
  • 05/12/2007 - 51,159
  • 05/13/2007 - 51,178
  • 05/14/2007 - 51,210
  • 05/15/2007 - 51,263
  • 05/16/2007 - 51,303
  • 05/17/2007 - 51,346
  • 05/18/2007 - 51,397
  • 05/19/2007 - 51,413
  • 05/20/2007 - 51,454
  • 05/31/2007 - 51,818
  • 05/21/2007 - 51,485
  • 05/22/2007 - 51,510
  • 05/23/2007 - 51,541
  • 05/24/2007 - 51,567
  • 05/25/2007 - 51,604
  • 05/26/2007 - 51,646
  • 05/27/2007 - 51,656
  • 05/28/2007 - 51,698
  • 05/29/2007 - 51,752
  • 05/30/2007 - 51,784

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Mighty MidiTzer Style 216
Version 0.8 Now Available!

Click here to get your copy of the Mighty MidiTzer by Jim Henry and Crew Glasjev.

Download MidiTzer Version 0.84

Did you ever imagine you could put a Theatre Pipe Organ inside your computer? Well, now you can, with the Mighty MidiTzer by Jim Henry and Crew Glazjev. Best of all, it is absolutely free!

Just click the picture to the left to get started on your way to playing the Style 216 2/10 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ virtually every day!

Listen to the Mighty MidiTzer!

Below are some cuts from various Featured Artists here at Walnut Hill that will give you an idea of what the Mighty MidiTzer sounds like.

  1. The Bone Doctor - Higher Ground
  2. Tom Hoehn - Crazy
  3. Gerhard Kletchowitz - Little Orphan Annie
  4. Frank Vanaman - The One I Love



Pinellas Park Mighty WurliTzer

Click here to see the 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Style 150B Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium.


Click here to download a 2041 x 1261 JPG image showing the stop sweep of the beautiful 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida.
The stop sweep of the 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ
installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida.

The 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Style 140B Theatre Pipe Organ Opus 1968, installed at Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida is featured on the October 2005 Featured Organ of the Month page. It is the first small instrument to get a feature at Walnut Hill, and rightly so because it is not far from Tom Hoehn's residence, the first location for the Walnut Hill Productions Office of Operations during our year-long stay in Clearwater.

This organ, under the care of the Central Florida Theatre Organ Society, is in the process of being restored and we need your help. If you would like to contribute funds or volunteer man hours to see this task come to completion, call the Walnut Hill Office of Operations at 1-727-230-2610 Monday through Friday from 10AM to 6PM EDT. We would be very glad to talk with you and tell you how to get involved in returning this great instrument to her former glory.



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