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2004 Fisk
2004 Fisk/Christ Episcopal Church, Roanoke, VA

Can This Be Love?

…in anticipation of Valentine’s Day, some popular and classical selections which examine the emotion that makes the world go round.

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

COLE PORTER:  From this moment on.  RICHARD RODGERS:  You took advantage of me –Jelani Eddington (1928 Barton/Capitol Theater, Madison, WI) PD Archive (r. 5/4/04)

DON GIBSON:  I can’t stop loving you –Jonas Nordwall (Wurlitzer/Organ Grinder Pizza, Denver, CO) OGAR 101

REGINALD KING:  Serenade for my lady –Simon Gledhill.  RICHARD RODGERS:  My funny valentine –Jim Riggs (1927 Wurlitzer/Alabama Theatre, Birmingham, AL) ALA 1783-09

HARRY WARREN:  42nd Street Medley –Nathan Avakian (Kimball/Cleveland High School, Portland, OR) Avakian 709-01

RICHARD CUMMINS:  Hymn Prelude, In heavenly love abiding –Thomas Baugh (2004 Fisk/Christ Episcopal Church, Roanoke, VA) Raven 850

OTTO OLSSON:  Romance, Op. 24 –Gunilla von Bahr, flute; Hans Fagius (1975 Christensen/Härnösand Cathedral, Sweden) Bis 160

PAUL FEJKO:  Wildflowers of the heart (improvisation) –Paul Fejko (1934 Aeolian-Skinner/All Saints Episcopal Church, Worcester, MA) Arkay 6147.

NAT AYER:  If you were the only girl.  BURTON LANE:  How could you believe me?  –Charlie Balogh (Wurlitzer/Organ Stop Pizza, Mesa, AZ) ERB 104

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Hour 2

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS:  Herzlich Liebe hab’ ich dich Herr (2 versions) –William Wright (1746 Hildebrandt/Wenzelkirche, Naumburg) Deer Park 7836

LARRY KING:  Let us love in deed and in truth –Marble Choir/Kenneth Dake (1895 Müller & Abel/St. Joseph’s Church, Yorkville, NY) Tuneful Oasis 120813

MAURICE RAVEL (trans. Briggs):  Daphnis et Chloé (Suite No. 2) –Paul Carr (1993 Walker/St. Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham, England) Regent 384

HENRY MANCINI:  Charade –Jonathan Ortloff (1928 Wurlitzer/Auditorium Theatre, Rochester, NY) Ortloff 2009

ELNAR SWANN:  When your lover has gone –Mark Herman (1928 Page/Embassy Theatre, Fort Wayne, IN) MH Productions 1001

COLE PORTER:  Just one of those things –Simon Gledhill (1928 Wurlitzer/Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI) Clue 436

WALTER GROSS:  Tenderly –Donnie Rankin (1929 Wurlitzer/Civic Theatre, Akron, OH) DR4-1993

LOUIS ALTER:  You turned the tables on me.  HARRY BARRIS:  Wrap your troubles in dreams –Ken Double (1926 Wurlitzer/Babson College, Babson Park, MA) KD 2011

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