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Mighty Wurlitzer - Casa Loma




Mighty Wurlitzer  - Casa Loma





The Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra in Casa Loma’s Great Hall was originally installed in Shea’s Hippodrome on Bay Street in July 1922. With three keyboards and 15 sets of pipes, along with a piano, xylophone, celesta, tuned sleigh-bells and full complement of percussion instruments and sound effects, it was used to accompany silent films and vaudeville, and later to play elaborate intermission solos and broadcast weekly on the radio.

In 1964, after several years of accompanying hockey games in Maple Leaf Gardens, the Wurlitzer was bought by the newly formed Toronto Theatre Organ Society, and soon found a home in chambers, which had housed the original Casa Loma pipe organ. After a number of changes and additions, it was formally introduced to the public in February 1974, and enlarged to four keyboards and 19 sets of pipes.

Over the years, it became Canada’s best known theatre organ.

Casa Loma Toronto Ontario











Mighty Wurlitzer - Casa Loma




Mighty Wurlitzer  - Casa Loma





The Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra in Casa Loma’s Great Hall was originally installed in Shea’s Hippodrome on Bay Street in July 1922. With three keyboards and 15 sets of pipes, along with a piano, xylophone, celesta, tuned sleighbells and full complement of percussion instruments and sound effects, it was used to accompany silent films and vaudeville, and later to play elaborate intermission solos and broadcast weekly on the radio.

In 1964, after several years of accompanying hockey games in Maple Leaf Gardens, the Wurlitzer was bought by the newly formed Toronto Theatre Organ Society, and soon found a home in chambers, which had housed the original Casa Loma pipe organ. After a number of changes and additions, it was formally introduced to the public in February 1974, and enlarged to four keyboards and 19 sets of pipes.

Over the years, it became Canada’s best known theatre organ.

Casa Loma Toronto Ontario









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