Music Featured on the November 28, 2013 Edition of “Anything Goes” Hosted by Rich Samuels on WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin
Saturday, 23 November 2013 | Rich Samuels
5:09 am: The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra conducted by JoAnn Falletta performs Morton Gould’s Steven Foster Gallery Suite.
5:29 am: “We Want Mark Twain” by John Duffy, performed by the Casatt String Quartet. Isaiah Sheffer is the narrator.
5:49 am: Music from the 1960 MGM film “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” composed by Jerome Moross performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic conducted by Paul Bateman.
6:08 am: The Chicago Sinfonietta conducted by Mei-Ann Chen with the Harlem Quartet performs “West Side Story for String Quartet and Orchestra” by Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Randall Craig Fleisher.
6:42 am: Samuel Adler’s “To Celebrate a Miracle” performed by the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory Wind Symphony directed by Rodney Winther.
6:57 am: The Klezmer Conservatory band performs “Oy Chanukah”.
7:08 am: Jazz Concerto in D major for Combo and Orchestra by Daba Suesse performed by the American Symphony Orchestra conducted by Frederick Fennell. Cy Coleman is the pianist.
7:29 am: “Jazz Nocturne” by Dana Suesse performed by the composer, the Victor Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shlkret and the Brunswick Orchestra conducted by Victor Young.
7:41 am: Three popular songs from the 1930′s by Dana Suesse: Ho-Hum, Have You Forgotten? and You Ought to be in Pictures, performed by Bing Crosby and Loyce Whiteman, Ruth Etting and Al Bowlly.
7:50 am: Blue Moonlight by Dana Suesse, performed by Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra with the composer at the piano.
7:55 am: Stan Freberg tells the story of the first Thanksgiving.