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      First the Music then the Words

      Some music just needs to be heard not once but twice. We will hear two arias and a song performed without the words and then sung.
      Artists include Fritz Kreisler, John Bayless, Morton Gould and his orchestra, Anna Moffo, Gianna D’Angelo and Piotr Beczala.

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      Aspects of Love

      Love in various forms is the theme for this program. Be it true, false, blind, lost, fading, all too familiar or only just a memory we can all relate to love. Can you? Larry thinks you can.

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      A Half Hour with Gilbert and Sullivan

      Laughter is guaranteed as we sail the ocean blue on the HMS Pinafore, journey to a mythical Japan for The Mikado, row with The Gondoliers and romp with The Pirates of Penzance. Artists include Groucho Marx, Helen Traubel, Geraint Evans, The King’s Singers and more.

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      Recent Programs



      2014 observes some unusual anniversaries including the centenaries of World War I and Wrigley Field. We will also note the 75th anniversaries of World War II and that most beloved of films, The Wizard of Oz.

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      The Eyes Have It

      Whether brown or baby blue there is a considerable amount of music related to the eyes. This ocular program offers recordings by Joan Morris, Rolando Villazon, Marian Anderson, The King’s Singers, Maria Callas, Dimitri Hvorostovsky and Pilar Lorengar. PLAYLIST: Massenet   Le Cid “Pleurez mes yeux” Maria Callas with the French Radio National Radio Orchestra conducted […]

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      Bastille Day

      Let’s open a bottle of wine as we travel to Paris, the city of romance, the city for lovers for songs from a time long vanished. Hear the likes of Edith Piaf, Josephine Baker, Jean Sablon, Mistinguette and more.

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      Arias and SongsPromoREsize

      Six Baritones

      This program is all about baritones. Larry has chosen six recordings by some of the best from the past like Gerard Souzay, Lawrence Tibbett and Robert Merrill and from the present such as Dimitri Hvorostovsky, Bryn Terfel and Thomas Hampson.

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