- 5 years ago
We have a big bag of Assorted Varieties this time around. Mixed in with our usual well-loved pop tunes you’ll find opera, classical, pipe organ, choral music, novelties, movie music, TV music, foreign languages (most of them French), and a couple of audience recordings including a wonderful live version of “The Log Driver’s Waltz” by Kate and Anna McGarrigle.
It’s also our longest episode to date. This is fun. Please raise your hands so we can count you—it’s hard to tell how many of you are out there.
Milton Charles, the Singing Organist — Crying for the Carolines (from Spooney Melodies (1930))
Roy Ayers — We Live in Brooklyn, Baby
The Moody Blues — Floating
David Bowie — The Laughing Gnome
Epsom Chamber Choir — Ding Dong Merrily on High
Mady Mesplé and Danielle Millet — “Viens, Mallika” [The Flower Duet] (from Lakmé by Léo Delibes)[...]