Title: The President Presents
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Arnold Loxam was a professional concert organist. He was a native of Bradford, Yorkshire and gave his first broadcast there as a child pianist in 1925. Loxam made his first appearance on the keyboard of the Wurlitzer theatre organ at the then New Victoria cinema in Bradford. Arnold Loxam first visited the New Victoria Cinema, Bradford, which later became the Odeon, when he was a 14-year-old member of the audience on the opening night of the theatre on 22 September 1930.
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Arnold Loxam was a professional concert organist. In 1946 he began playing regularly for New Victoria audiences and broadcasting from the theatre for BBC Radio.
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Nigel Ogden presents a tribute programme to the popular organist Arnold Loxam featuring some of his famous recordings. Nigel Ogden presents a tribute to the popular Organist Arnold Loxam who, in an archive interview, recalls his early playing days, broadcasting on Radio Leeds and The Light Programme and he talks about some of the great organs he played and recorded on. Featured are the New Victoria Organ in Bradford, the AVRO studio organ in Hilversumm Holland and the famous Tower Ballroom Wurlitzer at Blackpool. Cassette NTOT Records – NCS 109. Serenade to Audrey. Grosvenor Records – CDGRS 1240. Grosvenor Records – CDGRS 1315. Show more, Show less.
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