Redford Theatre Barton Pipe Organ

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Recorded Before Live Audiences

Barry Baker

Embraceable You/I Got Rhythm
Flower Drum Song Medley
Kiss Me Kate Medley

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Charlie Balogh

GW's Boogie (Barton plus synth)
It's Going To Be A Great Day

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Gus Borman

Eddie Duchin Story Movie Preshow
Eddie Duchin Story Movie Intermission

Karl Cole

October 13, 1978 Concert with Barton Organ plus Synth
There's No Business Like Show Business
Sugar Blues/Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
One Moment In May

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Jelani Eddington with pianist David Harris

42nd Street
Stranger in Paradise

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Lee Erwin

Silent Film "The Merry Widow" Finale

Scott Foppiano

Early Bird
Greensleeves (arr. Purvis)
Sound of Music Medley
Suite Gothique I Intro-Choral
Suite Gothique II Menuet Gothique
Suite Gothique III Priere A Notre Dame
Suite Gothique IV Toccata

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Don Haller

Annie Get Your Gun Medley
Military Songs Medley
Sunday Medley

Tom Hazleton

Love Theme from The Mark of Zorro
Edelma [3 Manual Allen Organ]
Ten Cents A Dance

Stan Kann

Lover/Falling In Love With Love
Tea For Two

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John Lauter

Brassman's Holiday
Gershwin Medley
Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Lance Luce

The Birth of the Blues
Galloping Comedians
Polka Medley
Rapaz Band March

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Tony O'Brien

If I Were A Rich Man
Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
Rock Around The Clock
Simple Gifts [Rogers 920 Organ]
Spring Swing II Overture
The Trolley Song

Hector Olivera

1981 Concert Closing Medley
Billy Joel Medley
It Might As Well Be Spring
Leroy Anderson Selections
Prelude and Fugue in Eb
St. Patrick's Day Medley

Bob Ralston

Holiday In Italy
The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down

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Ron Reseigh Concert - 100 Years of Music
March 28, 2003

Dainty Miss I Found A Million Dollar Baby Moon River
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
In The Mood Oklahoma
Cry Me A River
Lichtensteiner Polka When I Fall In Love

Ron Rhode Concert - Broadway Through The Years 
March 28, 1998

Anything Goes Love Heals Everything The Music Man Medley
George M Cohan Medley Mack The Knife The Sound Of Music Selections
Gershwin Medley Make Believe There's No Business Like Show Business
I Could Have Danced All Night Peter Pan Medley They Say That Falling In Love Is Wonderful
Italian Street Song The Best Of Times With One Look

The Moon and You

Walt Strony Concert
December 10, 2011

Almost Like Being In Love
Sleigh Ride - L. Anderson
Sleigh Ride - F. Delius
Flip Flap
Hallelujah Chorus

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Sounds of Pipes Volume 1

A 1980 LP Record of the Redford Theatre's Barton Organ
Commissioned by the Motor City Theatre Organ Society
The recording features 6 of the volunteer movie organists at the time
Track 1 - Everything's Coming Up Roses - Lionel Lamay
Track 2 - Makin' Whoopee - Lionel Lamay
Track 3 - Old Devil Moon - John Lauter
Track 4 - Trolley Song - John Lauter
Track 5 - Over The Rainbow - Jim Boutell
Track 6 - William Tell Overture - Jim Boutell
Track 7 - New York, New York - Edward Walsh
Track 8 - Funeral March of A Marionette - Edward Walsh
Track 9 - Dancing In The Dark - Greg Bellamy
Track 10 - Stars Fell On Alabama - Greg Bellamy
Track 11 - Cry Me A River - Tony O'Brien
Track 12 - Toccata From The 5th Organ Symphony - Tony O'Brien

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