GERM on ZOOM: Feb 10, 2021

Join us at our Golden Era Recorded Music Project as we explore music LIVE ON LP RECORDS From the great ANALOG SPAN, 1948-1988


Tonight we begin with the very first symphony by HAYDN and the message from his boss, Prince Nicholas Esterhazy: “Franz J, your finale sounds like it should be at the beginning. Try to do something about this.”


We continue our exploration of music for the LICORICE STICK: Aaron Copland's CLARINET CONCERTO with BENNY GOODMAN, Mr. Copland conducting.


And the jazz touches in the concerto naturally lead to DUKE ELLINGTON and his COLUMBIA 6-EYE “PIANO IN THE BACKGROUND” album.


The great JAZZ/ROCK FUSION group OREGON will play a piece for sitar, 12 string guitar, English Horn, bass, tabla & piano (whew!).


PUCCINI'S almost unknown age 18 composition PRELUDIO SINFONICO has it all: passionate melody, a beautiful orchestra a great climax.


Our favorite SOUTH AMERICAN FOLK group, LOS CALCHAKIS will send everyone home dancing.


We send out a link for the Zoom meeting every Wednesday by email! Please contact us and let us know if you'd like to be added to the mailing list.


See you all at 7 pm TONIGHT!

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