Organist Edward O'Henry plays for us - visuals only, no soundtrack.
Full titles read: "Audio interviews - Edward O'Henry, the well-known Solo Organist and Wurlitzer Exponent". (new title) "Countless listeners have heard Mr. O'Henry via Radio or Gramophone. Here he is on the screen - and many a pianist will envy his ability to mould those multiple keys and stops into music and effects."
Location of events unknown.
Soundtrack is missing for this whole issue.
M/S of Edward O'Henry rising from the pit on a Wurlitzer organ; he is playing, but alas, we cannot hear him due to missing soundtrack. He says a few words to camera; presumably introducing his next piece. We see him playing, intercut with shots of a cathedral or church and grounds, then a ghostly monk figure walking about the ruins of a monastery or church, then a steam train leaving a station, followed by another church. He seems to be playing a jazzier tune towards the end, pulling out stops with a flourish.
According to paperwork, the tunes played were 'Poet & Peasant', 'Le Cygne', 'In a Monastery Garden' and 'Sunny Side of the Street'.
*NB - A website user has informed us that this was probably Madame Tussaud's Cinema, on the site of the present-day Planetarium. Mr O'Henry was organist there, the organ was a 2-manual Wurlitzer.