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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Tryolski Taniec Shoe Paddlers from Ammersee
W Gorach On high mountains
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Okeh Orange Label German 10001-A
Robert Shirer A side: Shoe Paddlers from Ammersee (shoe paddling is a Tyrolean folk dance) (Kapelle) (Band) Jais, from Munich. That's what's in the German Fraktur script. Interestingly underneath is what appears to be Polish, which I can't speak, but which Google says means Tyrolean dance. B side is "On High Mountains", same band, In Polish underneath is "In the Mountains
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Okeh Orange Label German 10001-B
Side B Klaus Janku Auf hohen Bergen means on high mountains. Kapelle means band.
Schuhplattler is a Bavarian dance.
Okeh (pronounced 'okay') was founded by Otto K. E. Heinemann (1877–1965), a German-American manager for the U.S. branch of German-owned Odeon Records
1919, the year the name of the label's owning company was changed to the "General Phonograph Corporation" and the name on the label was changed to "OKeh".
Heineman also wished to experiment with music for audiences neglected by the larger record companies. Okeh produced lines of recordings in German, Czech, Polish, Swedish, and Yiddish for the USA's immigrant communities. Some were pressed from masters leased from European labels, others were recorded by Okeh in New York
John Creger is a veteran English teacher and classroom researcher at American High School in Fremont CA. He continually seeks new ways to engage his students more deeply in learning. This stems from his own dissatisfaction with shallow teachings and from his fortuitous discovery of the Urantia Book in his 20s. The book brought him proof of what he had felt all along--this is no shallow universe. With new purpose, John majored in English and graduated with a new mission--to work with teens in the classroom. His writings are published in five languages on three continents.
Throughout his career, John has tried to help his students find satisfying connections to the universe within and beyond themselves as they gain skills in reading, writing, thinking, and conversing. He has synthesized a model of Deepened Learning from Urantia Book teachings on education and the human condition. John believes this model explains why all who encounter his Personal Creed Project love it. The project centers on each students’ discovery of values.
In honor of the Personal Creed Project, John received the James Moffett Memorial Award for Teacher Research from the National Council of Teachers of English and the National Writing Project, and numerous other awards.
His first book isThe Personal Creed Project and a New Vision of Learning (Heinemann 2004). He has published articles in California English, Urantia Fellowship Herald, and the Journal for the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning. He is considering a second book.
The Personal Creed Project is being adapted at schools and colleges across the country and beyond. John hopes to create a network of “Creed sites” to pool insights and best practices in deepened learning. He gathers English teachers online to deepen classroom learning and will serve as a consultant to schools and districts while also teaching. Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week on #IntotheCosmos, Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa discuss the state of the Cosmos, review the match with Atlanta, and get you prepared for this weekend's game with the Ottawa.Fury at home in MCU Park in Brooklyn, New York.
We have two interviews to bring you, as we have all season, and this week we have midfielder Danny Szetela from the New York Cosmos, and striker Tom Heinemann from the Ottawa Fury. Danny talks about his international career as a player, playing in Spain and Italy. Not only does Tom talk about the upcoming game this weekend, but what the Fury is doing to prepare for one more game they have before Saturday in the Canadian Championships. Tom also shared information on his camp for kids that he holds in his hometown of St. Louis. Both players also discuss their careers that have led them to where they are today, from the MLS, and abroad.
Join us each Wednesday at 1 p.m. as we bring you all the news you need on the New York Cosmos.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Interesting labels leads to interesting songs
AL Dexter & his Troopers A; I'll Wait for You Dear
B: I'm Losing My Mind over You
Ed Lowry (organ) (I’m a dreamer) Aren't we all?
IF I had a talking picture of you
Frank Novak & Rootin-Tootin Boys: Merry Go Round Broke down
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All Shellac 10” 78 rpm
AL Dexter & his Troopers A; I'll Wait for You Dear B: I'm Losing My Mind over You
Label: Okeh 6727 released 1944
Vocals by AL Dexter
Okeh Records began as the Otto Heinemann Phonograph Corp., a phonograph supplier, in 1916 before branching out in 1918. From 1926, it was a subsidiary of Columbia records
Columbia records 1978D these labels range from 1927-1932.
ED LOWERY (organ) (I'M A DREAMER) AREN'T WE ALL? MX# W148808 released 7/12/1929
MX# W148811 IF I HAD A TALKING PICTURE OF YOU released 7/12/1929
FRANK NOVAK ROOTIN-TOOTIN BOYS: MERRY GO ROUND BROKE DOWN MX# 21293 released 6/22/1937
YIP-I-ADDY-I-AY MX# 21042 released 4/26/1937
(RE)INVIGORATING YOUR TEACHING
Menoo Rami, author of THRIVE, is our guest
Thank you Heinemann Publishing for publishing Meenoo's book. Great stuff for teachers of all ages and experience
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