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  • 00:12

    SING SING SING Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

    in Podcasting

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    SING SING SING


    Sing, Sing, Sing" (introducing "Christopher Columbus " [Louis Prima])


    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra


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    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra ‎– Sing, Sing, Sing


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 36205


    Series: Swing Classic –


    Format: Shellac, 12", 78 RPM 


    Country: US


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band, Swing


    A: Sing, Sing, Sing Part 1


    B: Sing, Sing, Sing Part 2


    Record Company – Radio Corporation of America


    This was recorded July 6, 1937 in Hollywood, mixes 09671-2 and 09672-2 and issued as 36205. Arranger is Jimmy Munday.


    My copy of "Sing, Sing, Sing" (introducing "Christopher Columbus" [Louis Prima]) is 12" RCA Victor 36205A-B. The top of the label says "Swing Classic," perhaps suggesting that it was part of a set; I don't have the rest of the set, if indeed it came with. The entire personnel of the Goodman band at that time is listed on the labels (both sides!). Included are such luminaries as Hymie Schertzer and Adrian Rollini, saxes; Harry James and Ziggy Elman, trumpets; Harry Goodman (BG's brother), string bass; Jess Stacy, piano; Gene Krupa, drums. Total 14 (5 reeds, incl. BG; 3 trpts., 2 trombones, 4 rhythm (piano, bass, drums, guitar). Mmm, not a bad bunch


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  • 00:39

    The Week In Reviews - Sun Soul Orchestra

    in Music

    Sun Soul Orchestra is an inspired project that features a rotating collection of artists performing original music and covers arranged by Stevo Théard and Ginger Murphy. Their debut album, What Matters Most has been a labor of love over the past 5 years and finally releases worldwide, physically and digitally on April 28th, 2015. On the surface it would seem that Los Angeles, California based Stevo and Ginger could not come from more disparate planets in the musical universe. Ginger came up in the highly structured, extremely regimented world of classical music training, while Stevo got most of his training on the job – at first playing nightclubs and gigging locally, then graduating into the world of international touring and recording. 

  • 00:24

    Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & Orchestra CD-36

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & Orchestra CD-36


                    


    10062 Mindin’ My Business


    St. Louis Blues


    10063 Memphis Blues


    Pied Pipers only: Should I


    10065 Pied Pipers only:  Embraceable You


    I Guess I’ll have to Change My Plan


     


     


     


    The link to the podcast: 


     


     


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    Shellac 10” 78 rpm


     


    Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & Orchestra


    Capitol Criterion 1946


     


    10062 Mindin’ My Business


    Written by Donaldson and Kahn


     


    St. Louis Blues


    Written by W.C. Handy


     


    10063 Memphis Blues


    Written by Handy & Norton


     


    Pied Pipers only: Should I


    Written by Brown & Freed


    From “Our Modern Maiden”


     


    10065 Pied Pipers only:  Embraceable You


    Written by Gershwin & Gershwin


    From the Movie “Girl Crazy  


     


    I Guess I’ll have to Change My Plan


    Dietz & Schwartz


    From the “Little Show”


     

  • 02:00

    PMP: Bone Poets Orchestra with Christopher Bingham & Sue Tinney

    in Spirituality

    Christopher Bingham and Sue Tinney of Bone Poets Orchestra join RevKess and KaliSara for a conversation about their musical career with Bone Poets Orchestra, formerly Gaia Consort. RevKess has been anticipating this interview for a long time and hopes that the listeners have as well. Belladonna Smiles launched the new band name, since then BPO has rereleased Vitus Dance and two original albums, Atheist Anthems and Ecstasy in the Ruins.


    From the bio page on the Bone Poets website: After two acoustic solo albums, Bingham and his wife, Sue Tinney, started the seminal Pagan band, Gaia Consort in 1997. Pagans loved it, but after four critically acclaimed records, it was time to expand the audience. So - a new name.


    Bone Poets Orchestra explores wildly different textures through Bingham’s "no stylistic borders" policy - all enhanced by 40 years of immersion in just about every musical style.


    Tune in and find out what has been going on with BPO and what they have planned for the near future. This episode will showcase music from both BPO and the previous incarnation of the band Gaia Consort.

  • 00:30

    The Making of a Symphony Orchestra

    in Business

    It takes a lot of heavy lifting to allow New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's Maestro Jacques Lacombe to raise his baton and unleash the world's most beautiful music.  Host Bart Jackson discusses with NJSO's CEO Mr. James Roe the exacting process of blending business with fine musical art.  If you have ever wondered what's involved in creating a major concert;  how many people perform what tasks; how an orchestra generates revenue streams; and all the challenges demanded to keep this symphonic machine fiscally afloat, this is the show you will not want to miss.  Tune in, take a peak behind the scenes, and learn a few takeaway tips for your own business.   

  • 00:58

    Leadership: How to conduct your orchestra

    in Business

    One of my mentors who was a great leader in my eyes, knew just how to inspire me. He told me he couldn’t motivate me that my motivation was within and it was his job to remove the obstacles between me and my motivation. This was very impactful for me and I use this as the basis in my coaching. In my mind Leadership is more like coaching. It is knowing how to inspire and bring out the best in others through recognizing their skills and abilities, enabling them and supporting them in removing the obstacles in their way.  Leadership is at the crux of productivity. That is self leadership as well as leadership of a team. Leaders do need to lead by example. When leadership fails, the team is less effective and efficient and can cost the organization significant sums in lost profits that result from direct and indirect costs.


    Think of your team as a group of musicians. Each one plays beautifully on their own when playing the instrument of their choice. Look at the power that group of musicians has together as they become an orchestra. That is where magic is made as they play together seamlessly. Today we will look what a conductor has to teach about leadership.


    Our Guest: Hugh Ballou


    Hugh Ballou teaches leaders around the globe how to build synergy with teams and how to build effective processes that bring success to any organization - no matter how big or how small. He brings a wealth of experience as a prominent conductor of musical ensembles to his innovative leadership approach.


    He is author of multiple books on Transformational Leadership and works as executive coach, process facilitator, and strategist. As a powerful motivational speaker, he teaches the fine art of leadership employed every day by musical conductors.

  • 01:03

    Friday Night Traveling with Forgotten Music

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Friday Night Traveling with Forgotten Music


    Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra “Taxi one stop “


    The 5 Red Caps “Atlanta G.A.”


    Mischa Elman “Souvenir De Moscow”


    V.M. Persa Conductor “Felix Diaz March”


    HOAGY CARMICHAEL & HIS ORCH “HONG KONG BLUES”


    Van Eps Trio “Where the Lanterns Glow “


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    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Mischa Elman, Souvenir De Moscow


    Discography of American Historical Recordings, 


    Felix Diaz March V.M. Persa Conductor  


    Victor matrix S-237.  7-9-1907   Félix Diaz march / Banda de Policía de México 


    Discography of American Historical Recordings,


    Black 12” Victor Record 


     Victor 35045 Matrix Number/Take Number S-237/1


     1907-07-09


    HOAGY CARMICHAEL & HIS ORCH HONG KONG BLUES (vocal. H. Carmichael)


    American Record Artists


    ARA1029=3A, ARA-RM123 CARMICHAEL


    W.B. Pictures “To Have and Have Not”


    Atlanta GA   the 5 Red Caps  


    1943 to 1951


    Davis Record 2102-B Sunny Skylar & Artie Shaftel


    Van Eps Trio ‎– Where the Lanterns Glow 


    Label: Victor ‎ 18640 Released: Feb 1920


    A: Van Eps Trio “Where The Lanterns Glow”” Introducing Little Lotus Flower”


    Composed By Abe Olman, Charles L. Johnson


    B: Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra Taxi One Stop


    Composed By Mel B. Kaufman

  • 01:00

    Barry Brisk: Conductor Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra

    in Current Events

    Barry Brisk first conducted in public at the age of fourteen, when he performed selections from South Pacific at his graduation from Webster Junior High School in West Los Angeles.


    As a student he also conducted the orchestras at University High School, Mount St. Mary's College, and the University of Music (formerly Academy of Music) in Vienna, Austria where he studied with the prominent conductor/teacher Hans Swarowsky.


    Professionally, Brisk has conducted many orchestras in Southern California, as well as in Mexico and Austria.
     
    Maestro Brisk has been Music Director of the Beach Cities Symphony since 1994 and is particularly proud of having expanded the orchestra's repertoire. 


    He has conducted works by more than eighty composers, more than a dozen of whom are living.


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  • 00:27

    East Bound , Homeward Bound

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    East Bound, Homeward Bound


    Ken Griffin ‎ Sentimental Journey


    The Four Aces: “Arizona Moon”


    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra ‎ Along the Navajo Trail


    Ken Griffin ‎St. Louis Blues


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    Ken Griffin ‎Sentimental Journey / St. Louis Blues


    Label Broadcast Recordings, Catalog # 430 -4005 1956


    A: Sentimental Journey


    B: St. Louis Blues


     


    The Four Aces is an American male traditional pop music quartet, popular since the 1950s.


     Over the last half-century, the group amassed many gold records. Its million-selling signature tunes


     Include "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing", Three Coins in the Fountain "Stranger in Paradise”


    Why”, and "(It's No) Sin".


    "Arizona Moon”


    Victoria Records V-101B 1951


    Written Alberts-McCall


    Gene Krupa “Along the Navajo Trail”


    Vocals [Chorus] – Buddy Stewart


    Gene Krupa may not have been the most advanced drummer of the 1930s but he was in some ways the most significant. 


    "Along the Navajo Trail” written by Dick Charles Larry Markes and Edgar De Lange in 1945. It was the title song of the 1945 Roy Rogers film “Along the Navajo trail.”


    Columbia 36846 June 14 1945 

  • 00:35

    Songs for a western road trip

    in Podcasting

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Songs for a western road trip   


    Harry James & Orchestra ‎ Ain't Misbehavin'


    9:20 Special


    Stan Kenton Tampico


    Southern Scandal


    Curiosity


    Theme to the West


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra ‎Pushin' Sand


    You're so good to me


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Harry James & Orchestra ‎ Ain't Misbehavin' / 9:20 Special


    Columbia 36887 1945


    A: Ain't Misbehavin'


    Written Razaf, Waller, Harper


    B: 9:20 Special


    Written  Warren


    Stan Kenton Tampico / Southern Scandal


    Black label Capitol Records 202


    Credit Stan Kenton & Orchestra


    A: Tampico


    Vocals June Christy Written Roberts, Fisher


    B: Southern Scandal


    Stan Kenton & Orchestra ‎ Curiosity / Theme to the West


    Label: Capitol Records 15005 purple label


    A: Curiosity [chip on rim]


    Vocals June Christy Written Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney


    B: Theme to the West


    Piano solo Stan Kenton Written   Rugolo & Kenton


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra Pushin Sand ‎ You’re so Good to Me


    Columbia 36676 30 Jul 1942


    A: Pushin' Sand


    Composed By Jule Styne & Sammy Cahn


    B: You're So Good to Me


     Credits a vocal chorus by Harry, Trudy, Julie, Dorothy, Jack, and Max


    From the movie “Youth on Parade”

  • 00:31

    Ideagen - Exclusive Interview with Stacy Haller - CEO Bright Focus

    in Health

    Stacy Pagos Haller is President and CEO of BrightFocus Foundation. She joined the organization (then known as American Health Assistance Foundation) in 2010, bringing more than 25 years of executive experience in the nonprofit sector.


    With her extensive background and unique perspective, Haller has compiled an impressive record of moving organizations to the next level of success.


    Before coming to BrightFocus, Haller served as Executive Director of CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation, the world’s largest children’s cancer research organization.


    For ten years prior, Haller was a consultant to a broad range of nonprofits, helping institutions achieve their strategic goals. Clients included the American Red Cross, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Community Housing Foundation International, Gallaudet University, LaSalle University, Mercy Hospital Fairfield, The National AIDS Fund, YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, and the National Rehabilitation Hospital.


    Haller helped create one of the first outcomes measurement training programs for nonprofits. She team-taught best practices for measuring program effectiveness to hundreds of professionals and organizations.


    She launched her career at Georgetown University, where she held increasingly responsible jobs, culminating in the position of Executive Director for Regional Advancement.  In that capacity, she led efforts to coordinate and integrate alumni affairs, development, and university relations nationally and internationally.

    A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Haller is a Board member of America’s Charities.