Episode #1315

April Love

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Monday, April 22, 2013

A sentiment-rich collection of 'songs from the heart' recorded in theaters, museums, private music studios and churches.

Program details:

BURTON LANE: If this isn't love –Jelani Eddington (Wurlitzer/Victoria Hall, Saltaire, England) RJE Productions 2208.

JOHNNY GREEN: Body and soul –Mark Herman (1928 Page/Embassy Theatre, Fort Wayne, IN) Mark Herman Productions 1001.

VICTOR SCHERTZINGER: Tangerine –Dan Bellomy (1926 Wurlitzer/Schwartz Athletic Center, Long Island University-Brooklyn Paramount) Cambria 1108.

SERGEI PROKOFIEV (arr. Guillou): March, fr Love for Three Oranges –Jean Guillou (1978 Kleuker/Notre-Dame des Neiges, Alpe d'Huez, France) Dorian 90112.

SERGEI PROKOFIEV (trans. Demers): Romeo & Juliet selections (Romeo at the fountain; Morning Serenade; Madrigal; Dance of the Night) –Isabelle Demers (2005 Glatter-Götz-Rosales/Augustana Lutheran Church, West Saint Paul, MN)Pipedreams Archive (r. 11/5/2010).

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS: My heart at thy sweet voice, fr Samson & Delilah –Peter Conte (1929 Skinner/Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati, OH) Cincinnati Museum Center CD002.

JOHN CORIGLIANO (trans. Dirksen): O God of Love, fr The Ghosts of Versailles –Marvin Mills (1953 Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside Church, NYC) Pipedreams Archive (4. 7/19/11).

MATTHIAS MÜCK: Variations on Maria dich lieben –Matthias Mück (2005 Eule/St. Sebastian Cathedral, Magdeburg, Germany) Unda Maris 203 (email mail@aeolus-music.com if interested in purchasing).

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