GERM on Zoom: Nov 17, 2021

Every Wednesday night at 7 PM, we celebrate the ANALOG LP era at our Golden Era Recorded Music project. Join our HOLIDAY Journey!


We start in 1955 with our festive MESSIAH sampling: DAVID LLOYD (of LAKE GEORGE OPERA fame) singing the first tenor solo for BOSTON'S HANDEL & HAYDN SOCIETY.


The VENTURES part 2 starts with their 1st hit from 1958, finishes with SWAMP ROCK 20 years later!


A DAVE BRUBECK original from 1956 then TWO Georgia themed jazz tunes from DAVE and the BOBBY HACKETT JAZZ QUARTET.


A letter from MOZART to his father announcing his engagement, then a piece of Serenade K 375, Beautiful.


MAHLER'S dying words were “Mozart Darling!” Let's finish with his CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS SCHERZO!


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