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Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’

April 17th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’




WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’
The songwriter, vocal coach and arranger Hugh Martin, with his collaborator Ralph Blane, wrote the score for Vincente Minnelli’s film musical masterpiece, Meet Me in St Louis (1944) for which they composed three durable hits for the film’s star, Judy Garland – the wistfully longing “The Boy Next Door”, the Oscar-nominated “The Trolley Song”, which was the biggest hit at the time of the film’s …
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North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
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Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
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A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
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‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
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LOUIS ARMSTRONG: what a wonderful world – Que mundo maravilhoso

March 16th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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LOUIS ARMSTRONG: what a wonderful world – Que mundo maravilhoso




I see trees of green, red roses too I see them bloom for me and you And I think to myself, what a wonderful world I see skies so blue and clouds of white The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night And I think to myself, what a wonderful world The colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky Are also on the faces of people going by I see friends shaking hands, saying, “how do you do?” They’re really saying, “I love you” I hear babies cry, I watch them grow They’ll learn much more, than I’ll never know And I think to myself, what a wonderful world Yes, I think to myself, what a wonderful world
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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concertmaster to visit Farmington

March 12th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concertmaster to visit Farmington




WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concertmaster to visit Farmington
FARMINGTON – David Halen, concertmaster for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical music in concert at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 26, at Farmington First Baptist Church.
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Broich not your classical superstar
ONE minute he is listening to classical music and the next it’s Johnny Cash. This is Thomas Broich, and he is happy to be here.
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Other Minds blends new classical music, jazz
Contemporary classical music and jazz – so often wary allies at best – staged a little joint shindig Saturday night in Kanbar Hall at the San Francisco JCC. It was an exhilarating demonstration of the ability of genre…
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After the maestro
In 2001, the last time the Boston Symphony Orchestra needed a leader, the players were given a blank sheet of paper on which to write their choice for music director. A few called for the British master of Mahler, Simon Rattle. A handful suggested Michael Tilson Thomas, the onetime BSO assistant who had made a name for himself in San …
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