Cavalcade Of Music

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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9824. Cavalcade Of Music. September 24, 1940. Sustaining. A program by ASCAP at the Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco. Possibly not a broadcast, the program featured ASCAP composers playing their very famous songs. ASCAP, at this time, was in a dispute with radio broadcasters about royalty payments, leading eventually to the formation of BMI (also in 1940). Dr. Howard Hanson conducts his own Third Symphony. Richard Hageman conducts the introduction and "Carnival" music to his opera, "Caponsacchi." Charles Wakefield Cadman performs his composition, "Dark Dancers Of The Mardi Gras." William Grant Still conducts, "Entree des Portiers" from his ballet, "La Quiablesse" and the 2nd and 3rd movements of his "Symphony In G Minor." Deems Taylor tells the story of and introduces his composition, "Circus Day." The program was apparently presented in two parts, as the recording after "Circus Day" is described as, "The Evening Show." Carrie Jacobs Bond sings her famous, "At The End Of A Perfect Day." Marhsall Dill, Albert Von Tilzer, Deems Taylor, Gene Buck, George M. Cohan, Hoagy Carmichael, Howard Hanson, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh, John Charles Thomas, Johnny Mercer, Judy Garland, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Leo Robin, Peter de Rose, May Singhi Breen, Ralph Rainger, Tony Martin, W. C. Handy, Richard Hageman, Charles Wakefield Cadman, Edwin McArthur, William Grant Still, Lee Roberts, Billy Hill, Shelton Brooks, Ernie Burnett, Burt Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Walter Donaldson, Carrie Jacobs Bond, Ann Ronell, Ralph Freed, James V. Monaco, Joseph Howard, Oscar Hammerstein II, Harry Armstrong, Sigmund Romberg, Harry Warren, Mack Gordon, Jean Schwartz, David Stamper, Albert Hay Malotte. 5:28:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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