At our GOLDEN ERA RECORDED MUSIC Project, we adventure together each WEDNESDAY night down the highways and byways of GREAT ANALOG RECORDS worldwide, 1948 to 1988.
Hear the show LIVE at the LISTENING PLACE this SATURDAY from 2 to 3 pm, 153 MAPLE STREET, GF. WE will bring the musicians off LP and INTO THE ROOM!
We start tonight where we left off last week: ENRIQUE GRANADOS and the orchestra version of the INTERMEZZO from his opera GOYESCAS (we heard piano music from this last week). Great stuff.
COLE PORTER'S inimitable lyrics and music from a London production of the hit musical ANYTHING GOES in 1934 will grace our computers with YOU'RE THE TOP, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT and BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW.
A brief visit to the high Andes and native flutes then: A stunning HAYDN PIANO SONATA breaks through his smiling, polite Rococo style and shows us his pain.
ARLO GUTHRIE sings one by his father, then PLAY OF THE WAVES by Debussy and orchestra.
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See you all at 7 pm TONIGHT!
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