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'Deck the Hall' is first recording of Boardwalk Hall organ in 22 years
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'Deck the Hall' is first recording of Boardwalk Hall organ in 22 years

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The Midmer-Losh pipe organ at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall is the world's largest musical instrument.

ATLANTIC CITY — The Historic Organ Restoration Committee has published a recording of Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall’s Midmer-Losh pipe organ — the largest musical instrument ever constructed — for the first time in 22 years.

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The recording, released on a 74-minute CD titled “Deck the Hall,” features eight organists performing holiday music on the hall’s Midmer-Losh and W.W. Kimball pipe organs.

The CD can be purchased at boardwalk organs.org for $20. Proceeds will be used for further renovation of the hall’s organs.

— Giorgio Steele

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