Getting Theatrical #2225
. . . from vintage recordings and live performances, a selection of entertaining popular tunes.
VINCENT YOUMANS: Sing Hallelujah, fr Hit the Deck. SIGMUND ROMBERG: Deep in my heart, dear & Serenade, fr The Student Prince. JOSEPH MEYER & ROGER KAHN: Crazy Rhythm. GEORGE GERSHWIN: Fascinatin’ Rhythm –Leonard Leigh (Wurlitzer/KSTP Studios, Saint Paul, MN) RCA LSP-1665
GERSHWIN: Strike up the band. GERSHWIN: Love walked in. PORTER: Begin the beguin. TRADITIONAL: La Cucaracha. NILO MENENDEZ: Green eyes. VICTOR HERBERT: Ah sweet mystery of life, fr Naughty Marietta. J. P. SOUSA: The Stars & Stripes Forever –Edward Berryman (1928 Kimball/Civic Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/24/86)
Filler – GERSHWIN: Fascinatin’ Rhythm/Leigh (see above)
JAMES HANLEY: Zing went the strings of my heart –Kay McAbee (Barton/Regal Theatre, Chicago, IL). GERSHWIN: I got rhythm –Kay McAbee (Barton/Trio Roller Rink, Milan, IL) PD Archive (r. December 1968 & June 1963)
RODGERS: March of the Siamese Children, fr The King & I. TRADITIONAL (Spiritual): Steal away. SIR ARTHUR BLISS: March, fr Things to Come –Richard Hills (1929 Möller/Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA) ATOS 2013
Filler – PORTER: Medley/Strony (see above)
The next national convention of the American Theatre Organ Society will take place in San Diego, CA (July 3-7, 2022).
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