- Wurlitzer organ at the Tuschinksi Theater in Amsterdam dates to the theater's opening in the 1920s
- A team of enthusiasts helps keep the organ in its its musical prime using odds and ends to replace parts no longer available
- The organ still attracts fans, playing to visitors on guided tours of the cinema
This piece, and several others on Amsterdam, complement the CNNGo TV series. This month's show features an Olympian's tour of the city's markets and park and visits an unusual photography exhibition. It then explores the world of Amsterdam street food and takes in the city's best picture spots with an Instagram pro. More on Amsterdam plus the full show can be found here: www.cnn.com/cnngo
(CNN)Peter Schipper presses a key on the enormous Wurlitzer organ console in front of him and a police siren wails across the cinema stage.