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201 East Chapman Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832

Dedicated in 1930, the Fullerton Auditorium Wurlitzer Theatre Organ is one of the few instruments installed by the Wurlitzer company which remains in the original installation site. In 1993, the Trousdale Organ Company completed a reconfiguration which provided theatre organ layout of the console, multiplex control between the organ console and the pipes, and a computer record and playback system. The three pipe chambers include 37 ranks of pipes with a total of 2,613 pipes.

In 2003 Walker digital voices were added in order to create a classical division and to enhance the pedal section. Three classical voices, 11 pedal voices, and 2 percussions were added.

*NB: From 1962 to 2020, this venue was named the Louis E. Plummer Auditorium. In June 2020, the Fullerton Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to remove Plummer's name. 

This organ is not owned or maintained by LATOS. Photo from the collection of the Fullerton Public Library. 

4/37 Wurlitzer Special

Opus 2103; Shipped 1930

Original Installation

Pitch Rank Pipes W.P.
Solo Chamber
Tibia Clausa 97
D. Diapason 85
Gamba 73
Gamba Celeste 61
Brass Trumpet 61
English Horn 73
Tuba Mirabilis 61
Tuba Horn 73
Saxaphone 61
Vox Humana 61
Kinura 61
Harmonic Flute
Musette 61
Festival Trumpet
Pitch Rank Pipes W.P.
Main Chamber
Tibia Clausa 85
Concert Flute 97
Open Diapason 85
Horn Diapason 73
H. Diap. Celeste
Violin 73
Violin Celeste 61
Viol d' Orchestra 97
VDO (sharp) 73
VDO (flat) 73
Vox Humana 73
Cornopean 73
Clarinet 73
Orchestral Oboe 73
Oboe Horn 85
Pitch Rank Pipes W.P.
Etherial Chamber
Flute 97
Flute Celeste 61
Salicional 73
Voix Celeste
Vox Angelica 73
Vox Celeste 73
Quintadena 61
Pitch Rank Pipes W.P.
Snare Drum
Hi-Hat Cymbal
Roll Cymbal
Crash Cymbal
Bass Drum
Chinese Block
Sleigh Bells
Chinese Gong
Pitch Rank Pipes W.P.
Sound Effects
Oogah Horn
Car Horn (Cadillac)
Train Whistle
Police Whistle
Door Bell
Bird Call
Alarm Bell

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