I have had interesting discussions lately with friends on the subject of love and of our paradigms and world views of what that is. My journey has been both wonderful and painful. In the process a friend from the Great White North sent me this song which is new to me. I hope you love [...]
Composed by John Bartlet, “Of all the birds that I do know”, from “The King’s Singers, Madrigal History Tour, The England”
Stephen Sondheim talks about the writting of Send in the Clowns from A Little Night Music – with excerpts of the rehearsal with Sally Ann Howes. Insight into Sondheim’s composing process – he says he does not let lyrics or melody get too far ahead of each other during the writing process. Sondheim says he [...]
The song ‘Evening bells’ in russian (Ð’ÐµÑ‡ÐµÑ€Ð½Ð¸Ð¹ Ð·Ð²Ð¾Ð½ – Vecherny svon – Abendglocken – Les cloches du soir) by Ivan Rebroff. This song brings back memories. My father used to endlessly play a record of Ivan Rebroff singing “Evening Bells”. One of my favorite Russian songs.
“DRINK! DRINK” from THE STUDENT PRINCE with Mario Lanza. Book & Lyrics by DOROTHY DONNELLY Music by SIGMUND ROMBERG Originally Staged by J.C. HUFFMAN First produced at the Jolson Theatre on December 2, 1924, with Ilse Marvenga as “Kathie” and Howard Marsh as “Prince Karl Franz”. German drinking songs follow: