at the Organ of the Gaumont Theatre, Manchester
This popular Manchester cinema organist (whose signature tune is 'Singing in the Rain'!) comes of a musical family ; his father, for instance, was a well-known Staffordshire tenor. He first tried to play an organ, in the church where his father was choirmaster, at the age of eight. Tudor was made solo pianist at a Hanley cinema when he left school at fourteen. His broadcasting experience goes back to the days of the Stoke relay station.
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