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REGINALD NEW

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at the BBC Theatre Organ Reginald New made his name on one of the very earliest British Theatre organs by giving 468 broadcast recitals from the Beaufort Cinema, Washwood Heath, Birmingham. When a great controversy about the merits and demerits of theatre organs was raging in the musical press, he was cited more than once as one of the most musicianly players on the air, even by people who normally held that theatre organists were a most nefarious crew. . From Washwood Heath he went up to the Regal, Kingston-on-Thames, in succession to Reginald Foort, and for nearly a year he has been playing at the State Cinema, Dartford. His first broadcast was on November 28, 1929. This evening's performance-his second on the new BBC organ-is his 600th broadcast.

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