The Voice of Firestone

March 12, 1956

Season 7, Ep 28, Aired 3/12/56
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  • Episode Description
  • St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Tenor Brian Sullivan is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "Streets of New York" from "Red Mill" by Victor Herbert. Brian Sullivan solos with "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes" a Traditional English song. The Chorus sings "Tell Me Pretty Maiden" from "Flora Dora" by Leslie Stuart. Brian Sullivan sings "Then You'll Remember Me" from "The Bohemian Girl" by Michael Balfe. The Orchestra performs Overture Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. Brian solos with "The Rosary" by Nevin. Brian Sullivan, the Chorus and Orchestra do an Irish medley. Brian sings "It's a Great Day For the Irish". The Chorus sings "The Wearin' of the Green". Brian does "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms". The Orchestra performs "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning". Brian Sullivan and the Chorus close with "It's a Great Day for the Irish".moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Howard Barlow

    Himself/Conductor

  • Brian Sullivan

    Himself

  • The Firestone Orchestra

    Themselves

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (1)

    • Brian Sullivan made a brilliant Metropolitan Opera debut in 1948 in the title role of Benjamin Britten's modern opera, "Peter Grimes", has since been one of the company's tenor mainstays and a nationwide concert favorite.

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