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1910: Music in the Air during the 19-Aughts

 

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8/29-9/14: You Can’t Take It with You
(Dir. Tom Smith, with Gerri Jenkins)

9/26-10/5: Walk Abreast (Dir. C. Richard Haldi)

10/31-11/16: The Turn of the Screw
(Dir. C. Richard Haldi, with Sam Luptak, Jr.)

12/5-12/14:  In the Spirit of Christmas (Dir. Sam Luptak, Jr.)

1/16-17:  Vaudeville at the Vic

2/6-2/22:  I Remember Mama (Dir. Gerri Jenkins)

3/13-3/29:  Sherlock Holmes and the House of Dead Lords (Dir. Don Wolford, with Sam Luptak)

4/17-5/3:  Doubt (Dir. Chris Fidram)

5/22-6/7:  The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch
(Dir. Sam Luptak)

1910: Music in the Air during the 19-Aughts

 

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1910: Music in the Air during the 19-Aughts

1. Mighty Lak a Rose (1901), by Ethelbert Nevin: Sam Herman (Victor 20558-A)
2. Souvenir (1904), by Franz Drdla: Fritz Kreisler (Victrola 716-A)
3. O Sole Mio (1899), by Di Capua: Ferdinand Himmelreich (Edison 8762)
4. Liebesleid (1910), by Fritz Kreisler: Hugo Kreisler (Victrola 897-A)
5. Medley, includes “The Bowery” (1892), “In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree” (1905), “In My Merry Oldsmobile,” “Sweet Adeline” (1903): The Life of the Party (Disneyland Records WDL 3001)
6. Salut d’Amour (1889), by Sir Edward Elgar: New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Elgar (HMV E.547)
7. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers (1905), by Leon Jessel: Radio City Music Hall Orchestra, dir. Leon Rapee (Decca DA 23517-B)
8. Spring Song (1844), by Felix Mendelssohn: Vladimir Horowitz RCA (Victor 11-9519-B)
9. Ted Morse Medley, includes “Way Down in My Heart I’ve Got a Feeling for You” (1904), “Arrah Wanna” (1906), “Blue Bell” (1904), “Down in Jungletown” (1908), “Dear Old Girl” (1903): Manhattan Merrymakers, dir. Hugo Frey (Victor 19287-B)
10. Turkey in the Straw (1834), arranged by David W. Gulon: Percy Grainger (Columbia A3381)
11. My Gal Sal (1905), by Paul Dresser: Ted Weems & His Orch. (Victor 19287-A)
12. Medley, includes “Just One Girl” (1898), “Daisy Bell” (1892), “In the Good Old Summer Time” (1902), “After the Ball” (1892), “Annie Rooney,” “Two Little Girls in Blue”: The Life of the Party (Disneyland Records WDL 3001)
13. Song of the Soul (1909), by Locke--Breil: Victor Salon Orch., cond. Nathaniel Shilkret (Victor 18389-B)
14. Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nelly (1905): The Life of the Party (Disneyland Records WDL 3001)
15. Miss Nightingale, by S. Weiss: Marek Weber and His Orchestra (Odeon 3059-A)
16. The Band Played On (1895): The Life of the Party (Disneyland Records WDL 3001)
17. A Bird in a Gilded Cage (1900)
18. The Monastery Bells (1854), by Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wely: Arthur Pryor (Victor 16397-B)
19. Medley, includes “Daisies Won’t Tell” (1908), “You Tell Me Your Dream” (1908), “Daisy Bell” (1892): Blotto Otto & Rhythm (Acorn 648)
20. Mattinata, La (1904), by Leoncavallo: Grand Orchestre Bohemien (Odeon 250.568)
21. Poranek (pre-1914), by John Lindsay: Grand Orchestre Bohemien (Odeon 250.568)
22. Listen to the Mockingbird (1855), by Septimus Winner: Ferdinand Himmelreich (Victor 18245-B)
23. Mighty lak’ a Rose (1901), by Nevin--McKee: Prince’s Band supervised by G. Hepburn Wilson (Columbia A5671)
24. In the Evening by the Moonlight (1878): The Life of the Party (Disneyland Records WDL 3001)
25. Vilia (1907), by Franz Lehar: Paul Whiteman, voca-tone chorus by Jack Fulton (Victor 24728-A)
26. Merry Widow Waltz (1907), by Franz Lehar: Marek Weber and His Orchestra (Victor 24728-B)
27. Home Sweet Home (1823), arranged by Sir Henry Rowley Bishop: Regina Music Box