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Episode Guide

    • June 1, 1959
      June 1, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 39
      6/1/59
      10
      "Highlights of 31 Years" will be remembered this evening as The Voice of Firestone ends it's historic run. Appearing on this program are tenor Richard Tucker, mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, soprano Heidi Krall and baritone Robert Merrill. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Richard Tucker performs "Vesti la Guibba" from "I Pagliacci" by Leoncavallo. Robert Merrill solos with Rossini's "Largo al factotum from Il Barbiere di Siviglia".moreless
    • March 17, 1963
      March 17, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 25
      3/17/63
      10
      Coloratura-soprano Gianna d'Angelo, tenor Giuseppe Campora and baritone Mario Sereni are the guest soloists. Arnold Gamson conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections from Verdi's "La Traviata". The Overture opens the program. Gianna, Giuseppe, the Chorus and dancers perform "Libiamo, Libiamo". (The Drinking Song) Gianna and Giuseppe sing "Un Di Felice". Gianna solos with "Sempre Libera". Giuseppe Campora solos with "De Miei Bollenti Spiriti". Gianna and Mario perform "Dite Alla Giovine". Mario solos with "Di Provenza Il Mar". Gianna solos with "Addio Del Passato". Gianna and Giuseppe duet with "Parigi O Cara". The entire cast joins in for the closing theme.moreless
    • December 22, 1958
      December 22, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 16
      12/22/58
      10
      "Christmas Program" with former Firestone chorus members soprano Frances Wyatt and baritone William Metcalf. Singer Dennis Day and The Vienna Boys Choir as special guests with Howard Barlow conducting the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Howard Barlow and the Orchestra play "Danse de la Fee-dragee" from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite. William Metcalf sings "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing". The Chorus performs "Little Drummer Boy". Frances Wyatt with the Vienna Boys Choir perform "The First Noel" and "Ave Maria". All join in for "Silent Night".moreless
    • February 4, 1957
      February 4, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 21
      2/4/57
      9.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Mildred Miller performs "Alice Blue Gown". The setting is a living room and garden and the occasion is a "welcome home" party for furloughing West Point Cadets. The program also will feature a scene from Gounod's "Faust" with Miss Miller singing the "Flower Song" aria.moreless
    • September 17, 1956
      September 17, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 2
      9/17/56
      5.7
      Baritone Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Typewriter Song" by Leroy Anderson. Robert Merrill sings "Through the Years" by Vincent Youmans. The Chorus sings "Blue Skies" by Irving Berlin. Robert Merrill and the Chorus sing "For You Alone" by Goehl. Robert Merrill solos with "Vision Fugitive" from "Herodias" by Massanet. The Orchestra performs "Last Movement of "New World Symphony". Robert Merrill and the Chorus perform "Coal Cosa" by Kaper and Jurman.moreless
    • June 16, 1963
      June 16, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 37
      6/16/63
      0.0
      Final program of the series, as The Voice of Firestone concludes. Gounod's Faust is performed with Richard Tucker as Faust, Jerome Hines as Mephistopheles and Mary Costa as Marguerite. Harry John Brown conducts the orchestra. Highlights: Selections from Gounod's "Faust" are performed. Also included is "Around the World in 80 Days".moreless
    • October 27, 1958
      October 27, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 8
      10/27/58
      0.0
      Soprano Doretta Morrow and singer Alfred Drake are the guest soloists. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Alfred Drake sings "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" from "Oklahoma" by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Doretta Morrow sings "Strangers in Paradise" from "Kismet". Alfred and Doretta duet with Strauss' "While Hearts are Singing". Other selections included are "My Hero" from "The Chocolate Soldier", "Surrey With the Fringe on Top" from "Oklahoma!", "Wunderbar" from "Kiss Me Kate", "The Olive Tree" from "Kismet" and selections from "The King and I".moreless
    • June 9, 1963
      June 9, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 36
      6/9/63
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan, Joanne Hill a member of the Firestone chorus and Henning Kronstam and Kirsten Simone of the Royal Danish Ballet are the guests. Walter Hendl conducts the orchestra. Highlights: Henning Kronstam and Kirsten Simone dance the Pas de Deux from Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty".
    • August 25, 1952
      August 25, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 52
      8/25/52
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody," "Air du Tambour Major," "Home on the Range," "Song of the Of the Open Road".
    • December 2, 1962
      December 2, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 10
      12/2/62
      0.0
      Basso-baritone George London, Coloratura-soprano Gianna D'Angelo and Ballet Espanol dancer Ximenez-Vargas are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: George London sings the "Serenade" from Gounod's "Faust". Gianna D'Angelo sings "Je Suis Titania" from Thomas' "Mignon". George and Gianna duet with Friml's Opera "The Vagabond King".
    • September 22, 1958
      September 22, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 3
      9/22/58
      0.0
      Lyric coloratura-soprano Anna Moffo, Soprano Lisa Della Casa, Tenor Richard Tucker and Italian tenor Giuseppe Campora are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: In celebration to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the great Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924). Anna Moffo solos with "Musetta's Waltz" from "La Boheme" and "Un bel di" from "Madam Butterfly". The arias are all from Puccini's operas, "La Boheme", "Tosca" and "Madame Butterfly".moreless
    • January 11, 1954
      January 11, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      1/11/54
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "If You Feel Like Singing, Sing", "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair", "Soldiers of France" from "Daughter of the Regiment", "One Night of Love", "March of the Toys", "Tempodi Palacca" from the overture to "Mignon" and "Great Day".moreless
    • May 11, 1959
      May 11, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 36
      5/11/59
      0.0
      "Springtime in Paris" with singers Edith Piaf, Genevieve and Bill Hayes and Jacques d'Amboise of the New York City ballet. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Edith Piaf sings "Pa Dame". Genevieve sings "That's What Makes Paris, Paris".
    • June 18, 1956
      June 18, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 42
      6/18/56
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Morena de mi Copla" by Carlos Castellanos. Elaine Malbin sing "La Violetera" by Jose Padilla. The Orchestra performs "Peanut Vendor" by Simon. Elaine and the Orchestra perform "Orchids in the Moonlight" from "Flying Down to Rio" by Vincent Youmans. Elaine Malbin solos with "Gavotte" from "Manon" by Massenet (English translation by George and Phyllis Mead). The Orchestra plays "Festival at Bagdad" from "Scheherazade" by Rimsky-Korsakov. Elaine Malbin and the Chorus sing "Il Bacio" by Luigi Arditt (Translation by George and Phyllis Mead).moreless
    • December 9, 1962
      December 9, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 11
      12/9/62
      0.0
      Soprano Dorothy Kirsten, baritone Mario Sereni, songstress Julie London and pianist Ralph Votapek are the guest soloists. Walter Hendl conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Dorothy Kirsten and Mario Sereni are featured in the poker scene from "The Girl of the Golden West" and sing a duet of "Romance". Julie London solos with "Lonesome Road". Ralph Votapek plays Piano Concerto Number 2 in G Minor by Saint-Saens.moreless
    • November 5, 1956
      November 5, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 8
      11/5/56
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Blanche Thebom is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra performs Introduction and Coda to the "Bacchanale" from "Samson and Delila" by Saint-Saens. The Chorus sings "Spring Maidens' Chorus" from "Samson and Delila" by Saint Saens. Blanche Thebom solos with "Printemps Qui Commence" from "Samson and Delila" by Saint Saens. The Orchestra performs "Dance of the Priestesses" from "Samson and Delila" by Saint Saens. Blanche Thebom and the Chorus sing "Mon Coeur Souvre a Ta Voix" from "Samson and Delila" by Saint Saens. Violinist Oscar Shumsky and cellist Harvey Shapiro and the Orchestra perform "Do You Recall?" by Idabelle Firestone. Blanche Thebom and the Chorus sing "I Could Have Danced All Night" from "My Fair Lady" by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.moreless
    • April 11, 1955
      April 11, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 32
      4/11/55
      0.0
      Tenor Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eugene Conley performs "Beautiful Morning" (Richard Rodgers), "Girl That I Marry" (Irving Berlin), "Fuyez Douce Image" ("Manon" by Massenet) and "One Alone" (Sigmund Romberg). The Chorus performs "Blue Skies" (Irving Berlin). The Orchestra performs "Arkansas Traveler" (Anon.) and the First Movement of the Italian Symphony (Mendelssohn).moreless
    • July 23, 1956
      July 23, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 47
      7/23/56
      0.0
      Sopranos Rose Byrum, Carlotta Ordassy and Maria Ferriero are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Great Day" by Youmans. Rose Byrum sings "Der Holle Rache" from "The Magic Flute" Mozart-English translation by Ruth and Thomas Martin. The Orchestra performs "Beautiful Ohio" by Mary Earl. Carlotta Ordassy sings "Vissi d'Arte" from "Tosca" by Puccini, English translation by George and Phyllis Mead. Maria Ferriero sings "Ernani Involami" from "Ernani" by Verdi, English translation by George and Phyllis Mead. The Orchestra performs "Intermezzo" from "Pagliacci" by Leoncavallo. Rose Byrum, Maria Ferriero and Carlotta Ordassy perform "Italian Street Song" from "Naughty Marietta" by Herbert.moreless
    • May 26, 1963
      May 26, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 34
      5/26/63
      0.0
      Bass-baritone William Warfield, soprano Elaine Malbin and tenor Sandor Kenya are the guest soloists. Glenn Osser conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: William Warfield sings an aria by Verdi and "Ol Man River". Sandor Kenya sings "Vesti La Guibba" from Leoncavallo's "Pagliacci". Elaine Malbin performs a coloratura aria from Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" and a Broadway show tune.moreless
    • May 5, 1952
      May 5, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 36
      5/5/52
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas sings "I'm Marching Home to You," "Give Me One Hour," "Into the Night," "Song of the Flame".
    • September 26, 1955
      September 26, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 4
      9/26/55
      0.0
      Coloratura Dolores Wilson and baritone Theodor Uppman are the guest performers Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • December 6, 1954
      December 6, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 14
      12/6/54
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Some Day My Prince Will Come" and "I Give My Heart".
    • November 24, 1952
      November 24, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 13
      11/24/52
      0.0
      Barbara Gibson is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Peanut Vendor", "Ciribiribin", "Mother Dear," "Belle of the Ball," "Caro Nome" and "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come".
    • November 17, 1952
      November 17, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 12
      11/17/52
      0.0
      Lauritz Melchoir is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: His program will include selections from Wagner, Romberg, Speaks, and Kern. "Serenade from "The Student Prince", "Malaguena", "Prize Song" from "Die Meistersinger", "Morning" and "The Song is You".
    • January 17, 1955
      January 17, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      1/17/55
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • November 26, 1956
      November 26, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 11
      11/26/56
      0.0
      Tenor Eugene Conley and Soprano Nadine Conner are the guest soloists and will perform four selections from Giacomo opera "La Boheme", singing the roles of the ill-starred lovers Rodolfo and Mimi. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with Prelude to "La Boheme" by Puccini. Eugene Conley solos with "Che Gelida Manina" from "La Boheme". Nadine Conner solos on "Mi Chiamano Mimi" from "La Boheme". Eugene and Nadine duet on "O Soave Fanciulla" from "La Boheme". The Orchestra performs "Finlandia" by Jean Sibelius. Eugene and Nadine duet on "Love Me Tonight" from "The Vagabond King" by Friml.moreless
    • November 25, 1957
      November 25, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 11
      11/25/57
      0.0
      Prima ballerina Micheline Bardin star of the Paris Opera will make her U.S. TV debut tonight. Coloratura soprano Roberta Peters, will present a musical and choreographic portrait of Paris. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings Verdi's "Sempre Libera" and a medley of Parisian tunes. The Orchestra performs Offenbach's "The Can Can".moreless
    • May 2, 1955
      May 2, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 35
      5/2/55
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • October 6, 1952
      October 6, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      10/6/52
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Ferruccio Tagliavini performs the aria "M'appari" from "Martha".
    • September 23, 1957
      September 23, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 3
      9/23/57
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Salute to Irving Berlin. Songs include "Always", "Remember", "They Say It's Wonderful" and "God Bless America".
    • December 31, 1956
      December 31, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 16
      12/31/56
      0.0
      Pianist George Feyer is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Show tunes and light classical music are featured.
    • March 14, 1955
      March 14, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 28
      3/14/55
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • March 18, 1957
      March 18, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 26
      3/18/57
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings "Vi Ravviso" from Bellini's "La Sonnambula". Harpist Lucille Lawrence will perform "Down in the Valley."
    • March 25, 1957
      March 25, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 27
      3/25/57
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Barbara Wilson and Baritone William Metcalf of the Firestone chorus will be the featured soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus.
    • April 8, 1957
      April 8, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 29
      4/8/57
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The setting is Paris in Spring and the subject is l'amour. Selections include "Paree," "Parlez Moi D'amour," "Can Can," "La Vie En Rose," "Midnight In Paris," "Morning Of A Fete Day" and "April In Paris". Elaine Malbin solos on "Caro Nome" from Verdi's "Rigoletto".moreless
    • April 15, 1957
      April 15, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 30
      4/15/57
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Easter Program From within a cathedral setting. Nadine Conner sings "Prayer" from Cavalleria Rusticana", "Jerusalem" and "Gallia" by Gounod. Holy Week will be observed in the principal setting of the telecast in the interior of a large cathedral. Featured selections include two from Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana", the "Intermezzo" and "Prayer".moreless
    • January 31, 1955
      January 31, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 22
      1/31/55
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • January 10, 1955
      January 10, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      1/10/55
      0.0
      Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • February 11, 1957
      February 11, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 22
      2/11/57
      0.0
      St. Valentine's Day special romantic program. Mezzo-soprano Jean Madeira of the Metropolitan Opera is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Performed against a ballroom setting with a large heart in the center five selections of romantic music will be performed. Miss Madeira will sing "Habanera" from Bizet's "Carmen".moreless
    • February 25, 1957
      February 25, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 24
      2/25/57
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and chorus. Highlights: A musical tour through the British Isles is the theme.
    • December 20, 1954
      December 20, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 16
      12/20/54
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Christmas program "Toyland" from Victor Herbert's "Babes in Toyland". Eleanor with the chorus sing "The Sleigh" and "Silent Night". Eleanor sings "White Christmas" and a group of three Christmas carols "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", "Deck the Halls" and "The First Noel".moreless
    • May 27, 1957
      May 27, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 36
      5/27/57
      0.0
      Soprano Dorothy Warenskjold and tenor Brian Sullivan are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Highlights of "Faust" by Charles Gounod. The Orchestra performs "Walt". Brian Sullivan solos with "Salutz Demeure". Dorothy Warenskjold sings "Jewel Song". Brian and Dorothy duet with "O Nuit d'Amour". The Orchestra performs "Dance of the Apprentices" from "Die Meistersinger" by Wagner. Brian and Dorothy duet with "Wanting You" from "New Moon" by Romberg.moreless
    • August 30, 1954
      August 30, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 52
      8/30/54
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • September 29, 1952
      September 29, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      9/29/52
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings "It's a Grand Night for Singing," the "Bell Song" from "Lakme," "The Last Rose of Summer," and "I Love You So," from "The Merry Widow."
    • December 19, 1955
      December 19, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 16
      12/19/55
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: A Christmas Carol medley chosen by viewers is performed.
    • August 1, 1955
      August 1, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 48
      8/1/55
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Songs featured are "Through the Years", "The Soldier" and "Dance of the Priestess".
    • February 18, 1952
      February 18, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      2/18/52
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include "Who", "Kiss Me Again", "Band of America March", "The Sleigh", "Porgi Amor", "Tannhauser" overture and "My Hero".
    • July 28, 1952
      July 28, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 48
      7/28/52
      0.0
      Christopher Lynch is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Christopher Lynch sings "'Tis an Irish Girl I Love," "The Old Refrain." "Silent Worship" and "Bless This House". Selections include Kreisler, Ball and Brahe.
    • December 12, 1955
      December 12, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 15
      12/12/55
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Jerome Hines performs "Full Moon and Empty Arms", "A Winter Song", "Temptation" and Verdi's "O tu Palermo".
    • August 22, 1955
      August 22, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 51
      8/22/55
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • March 31, 1952
      March 31, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 31
      3/31/52
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: "Madamina, Il Catalego è questo" from Mozart's "Don Giovanni", "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning", "Santa Lucia" and "Every Day is Ladies Day with Me".
    • May 19, 1952
      May 19, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 38
      5/19/52
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepe Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra Highlights: Cesare Siepe sings "Nun Me Sceta", '"Thine Alone", "Non più Andrai", from "Marriage of Figaro", "Ombra Mai Fù," from "Xerxes", orchestra plays, "Finale of Fifth Symphony", by Tchaikovsky.
    • October 10, 1955
      October 10, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 6
      10/10/55
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • August 29, 1955
      August 29, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 52
      8/29/55
      0.0
      Soprano Jean Fenn and tenor Robert Rounseville are the guest vocalists. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • November 14, 1955
      November 14, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 11
      11/14/55
      0.0
      Soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Dorothy Warenskjold sings "Stardust" (Hoagy Carmichael), "I Love You" (Cole Porter), "Bird Song" from Pagliacci (Leoncavallo) and "Dancing in the Dark" (Arthur Schwartz). The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Show Business" (Irving Berlin) and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" (Beth Whitson). The Orchestra performs "Lady of Spain" (Henry Tilsley) and Overture "Rienzi" (Wagner).moreless
    • July 18, 1955
      July 18, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 46
      7/18/55
      0.0
      Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • Springtime U.S.A.
      Springtime U.S.A.
      Season 7 - Episode 29
      3/19/56
      0.0
      A musical journey around the nation as Helen Hayes narrates and such great stars as Rise Stevens, Patrice Munsel, Brian Sullivan, Ray Middleton, Paul Whiteman, Earl Wild, Hugh James and the Jazz playing group comprising Bobby Hackett, Bernon Brown, Peanuts Hucko, Morey Feld and Harry Merker perform. Howard Barlow will conduct the Firestone Orchestra and chorus for the classical portions. Highlights: "Rhapsody in Blue" is performed by the Orchestra with Paul Whiteman handling the baton and Earl Wild at the piano. New Orleans jazz will be heard as the combo plays "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans".moreless
    • December 24, 1951
      December 24, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      12/24/51
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Alleluia", "Nutcracker" excerpts, "The Friendly Beasts" and "Silent Night".
    • September 15, 1952
      September 15, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      9/15/52
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights:< Nadine Connor sings "All the Things You Are," "Sempre Libera," "Barcarolle" and "Tales from the Vienna Woods".
    • June 4, 1956
      June 4, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 40
      6/4/56
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "June is Bustin' Out All Over" from "Carousel" by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Nadine Conner sings "Yesterdays" from "Roberta" by Jerome Kern. The Orchestra performs "Pumpkin Eaters Little Fugue" by Robert McBride. The Chorus and the Orchestra perform "Juanita" a Traditional Spanish air Nadine Conner and the Chorus perform "Oh What Full Delight" from "Bohemian Girl" by Michael Balfe Nadine Conner sings Brahmas "Lullaby". The Orchestra performs "Prelude to Act III" of "Lohengrin" by Wagner. Nadine and the Chorus sings "It's a Grand Night for Singing" from "State Fair" by Rodgers.moreless
    • June 11, 1956
      June 11, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 41
      6/11/56
      0.0
      Baritone Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The program opens with Robert Merrill and the Chorus performing "A Rovin'" a traditional Sea Chanty. The Orchestra performs "Sailor's Hornpipe" from "Water Music" by Handel. Robert Merrill sings "I Love Life" by Manna-Zucea. The Chorus performs "Beyond the Sea" by Charles Trenent. Robert Merrill and the Chorus perform "O Sole Mio" by Eduard di Capua. Robert performs "Drinking Song" from "Hamlet" by Thomas. The Orchestra performs "Finlandia" by Sibelius. Robert Merrill and the Chorus perform "I Only Have Eyes for You" by Warren.moreless
    • June 25, 1956
      June 25, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 43
      6/25/56
      0.0
      Jerome Hines distinguished Metropolitan Opera basso is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with "Oklahoma" from "Oklahoma by Rodgers and Hammerstein Jerome Hines sings "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" from "Oklahoma! by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Four girls from the Chorus perform "La Golondrina" by Narciso Serradell The Chorus performs "Skip to My Lou" Traditional adapted by Martin and Blane. Jerome and the Chorus perform "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" by Bob Jones. Jerome sings "In the Town of Kazan" from "Boris Godunov" by Moussorgaky with an English translation by Hines. The Orchestra performs "Overture to Orpheus" by Offenbach. Jerome Hines and the Orchestra close with "Song of the Open Road" Albert Hay Malotte.moreless
    • June 20, 1955
      June 20, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 42
      6/20/55
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • May 14, 1956
      May 14, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 37
      5/14/56
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with Sousa's "King Cotton March". Rise Stevens performs "'Neath the Southern Moon" from Herbert Stevens' "Naughty Marietta". The Orchestra performs "Roses From the South Waltz" by Strauss. The Chorus sings "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming" by Foster. Rise Stevens and the Chorus perform "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" by Sammy Fain. Rise Stevens sings "Moon Love" by David Davis, Kostelanetz adapted from Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. The Orchestra performs "Coronation March", "Le Prophete" by Meyerbeer. Rise Stevens and the Chorus perform "While Hearts are Singing" from the Smiling Lieutenant by Oscar Straus.moreless
    • April 23, 1956
      April 23, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 34
      4/23/56
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and chorus perform "Blue Skies" (Irving Berlin). Thomas sings "I'll Remember April" (Dan Rayl). The Orchestra performs "Country Gardens" (Grainger). The Chorus sings "Sweet and Low" (Joseph Barnby). Thomas and the Chorus perform "Because" (Guy d'Hardciot). Thomas sings "The Heart Bow'd Down" (Bohemian Girl - Balfe). The Orchestra performs "Forst Movement" (Italian Symphony - Mendelssohn). Thomas and the Chorus perform "One Alone" (Desert Song - Romberg).moreless
    • December 17, 1951
      December 17, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      12/17/51
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings "White Christmas," "Good King Wenscslas," "Canitque de Noel" and a medley of carols.
    • December 10, 1951
      December 10, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      12/10/51
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "March of the Grenadiers", "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers", "Stardust", "Norina's Aria", "Our Love" and "Bela Bimba".
    • January 7, 1952
      January 7, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      1/7/52
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens aria is "Voi Che Sapete" from Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro".
    • March 26, 1956
      March 26, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 30
      3/26/56
      0.0
      Easter Celebration. Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eleanor solos with "The Palms" by Faure. The Orchestra performs "Intermezzo" from Cavaleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni. Eleanor and the Chorus sing "Prayer" from Cavaleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni. Eleanor solos with "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" from "The Messiah" by Handel. The Orchestra performs Procession to the Grail from "Parsifal" by Wagner. Eleanor and the Chorus close with "Hosanna" by Granier.moreless
    • December 23, 1957
      December 23, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 15
      12/23/57
      0.0
      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: The Wonderful Vienna Boys' choir sings "Adeste Fideles" and "Ave Maria". Eleanor Steber solos with Mozart's "Exulte Jubilate" and "Silent Night".
    • March 9, 1953
      March 9, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 28
      3/9/53
      0.0
      Hilde Gueden is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "I Give My Heart", "Quel Guard Il Cavaliere", "Yesterdays" and "Czardas" from 'Die Fledermaus'.
    • June 1, 1953
      June 1, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 40
      6/1/53
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "O, Promise Me," "Liebesfreud," "A Leve toi Soleil," "The Erie Canal," "Amor Amor."
    • December 1, 1958
      December 1, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 13
      12/1/58
      0.0
      "Music From Hollywood". Hollywood's Academy Award winning songs from 1934 to 1957 are featured. The guests are singer-actor Tony Martin, pianist Roger Williams and singer-actress Shirley Jones with David Rose conducting the Orchestra.
    • July 12, 1954
      July 12, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 45
      7/12/54
      0.0
      Tonight's program will pay memorial tribute to the late Mrs. Idabelle Firestone by playing six of her compositions. Rise Stevens, one of her favorite artists, will be the soloist instead of the previously announced Barbara Gibson. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Included will be "If I Could Tell You", which has been the program opening theme for years.moreless
    • January 13, 1963
      January 13, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 16
      1/13/63
      0.0
      From the Grand Ballroom in the Waldorf Astoria, the Mary MacArthur Memorial Award dinner for composer Richard Rodgers. Baritone Robert Merrill, soprano Anna Moffo and singer Martha Wright are the guest soloists. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Special guest Richard Rodgers. Highlights: Anna Moffo solos with "Sempre Libera" an aria from "La Traviata" by Puccini. Robert Merrill solos with "Some Enchanted Evening". Robert Merrill and Anna Moffo singing "Climb Every Mountain". Selections included are "Jewel Song" from "Faust" by Gounod and "It's a Grand Night for Singing" by Rodgers. Robert Dowling presents the humanitarian award to Richard Rodgers.moreless
    • October 13, 1958
      October 13, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 6
      10/13/58
      0.0
      Metropolitan Opera Soprano Hilde Gueden is the guest soloist. The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy. Highlights: Hilde Gueden solos with "Sempre Libra" by Verdi and "Czardas" from Strauss' "Die Fledermaus". Other music include works by Wagner, Wolf-Ferrari and Enesco.
    • October 6, 1958
      October 6, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 5
      10/6/58
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Roberta Peters and singer John Raitt are the guest soloists. Highlights: Selections included are "Sweetheart", "Kiss Me Again", "Everyday is Ladies' Day", "Falling In Love With Someone", "Mademoiselle Modiste" and "In Old New York".
    • October 5, 1953
      October 5, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      10/5/53
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Dearly Beloved", "Voi lo Sapete", "Belle of the Ball", "Bartered Bride" polka, "Brazil".
    • September 14, 1953
      September 14, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      9/14/53
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings "Dancing Doll" by Poldini, and the aria, "Una Voce Poco Fa" from "Barber of Seville" by Rossini. The chorus joins her in "Annie Laurie" by Scott and "Ciribiribin" by Pestalozza. Instrumental selections are "Kol Nidre" by Bruch and "Slavonic Dance No. 8 in G Minor" by Dvorak.moreless
    • February 2, 1959
      February 2, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 22
      2/2/59
      0.0
      "The Music of Puccini" Soprano Renata Tebaldi is the guest soloist. Erich Leinsdorf conducts The Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Renata Tebaldi solos with "In Quelle Trine Morbide" from "Manon" by Lescaut. The Orchestra performs Prelude "Gianni Schicchi". Renata solos on "O Mio Bambino Caro". and "Vissi d'Arte" from "Tosca". The Orchestra plays selections from "Tosca".moreless
    • July 27, 1953
      July 27, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 48
      7/27/53
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra.
    • April 19, 1954
      April 19, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 33
      4/19/54
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "Unfold Ye Portals", "A Mighty Fortress is Our God", "The Bells", "Within These Holy Portals", "All Day on the Prairie" and "Laura".
    • August 10, 1953
      August 10, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 50
      8/10/53
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Nadine Conner sings "Countess Maritza" medley, "Your Eyes Shine in My Own," "Deh Vieni no Tardar," "A Perfect Day," "One Night of Love."
    • March 30, 1959
      March 30, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 30
      3/30/59
      0.0
      "Music of Cole Porter" with singers Anna Maria Alberghetti, Bill Hayes, Margaret Whiting and Stephen Douglass. Glenn Osser conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Don't Fence Me In", "Ridin' High" and "Just One of Those Things". The entire cast joins in for "Be a Clown" closing with "Wunderbar".
    • June 29, 1953
      June 29, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 44
      6/29/53
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Pledge to the Flag", "Pan Americana", "America, the Beautiful", "God Bless America" and "You'll Never Walk Alone".
    • November 4, 1962
      November 4, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 6
      11/4/62
      0.0
      Tenor Nicolai Gedda, Soprano Lisa Della Casa, pianist Tamas Vasary and songstress Dolores Gray are the guest soloists. Wilfrid Pelletier conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Tamas Vasary plays Liszt's "Hungarian Fantasy". Dolores Gray sings "Willow Weep For Me" and "Why Was I Born?" Opera stars Nicolai Gedda and Lisa Della Casa sing a group of arias from Puccini's "La Boheme".moreless
    • February 9, 1959
      February 9, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 23
      2/9/59
      0.0
      "Mardi Gras Night" with singer Rosemary Clooney, musicians Woody Herman and Pete Fountain, The Dukes of Dixieland and The Hi-Lo's. Highlights: The Dukes of Dixieland play "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans". The Hi-Lo's perform "Basin Street Blues". Woody Herman plays "Muskrat Ramble". A lot of razzle-dazzle on Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras) eve. Other selections include "Tiger Rag", "Birth of the Blues" and the finale "When the Saints Go Marching In".moreless
    • September 29, 1958
      September 29, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 4
      9/29/58
      0.0
      Singer Abbe Lane, singer-dancer Chita Rivera and guitarist Tito Guizar with Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra. Highlights: "Latin American Night". Selections included are "Mexican Hat Dance", "Quizare Yo Quererte", "El Rancho Grande", "Carioca" and "Brazil".
    • September 8, 1958
      September 8, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 1
      9/8/58
      0.0
      The Voice of Firestone premiere with host and narrator John Daly at the helm. Guests include singer Jo Stafford, Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, soprano Doretta Morrow, baritone Ray Middleton and guitarist Carlos Montoya. Highlights: Flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya will give a taste of each style with songs ranging from "Habanera" to "So In Love" to "St. Louis Blues".moreless
    • May 18, 1959
      May 18, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 37
      5/18/59
      0.0
      Arthur Fielder conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra from the Boston Symphony Hall. Soprano Dorothy Kirsten and baritone Thomas L. Thomas are the guest soloists. Highlights: Dorothy Kirsten and Thomas L. Thomas duet with "And This Is My Beloved". The entire cast join in for the finale of "Stars and Stripes Forever".moreless
    • March 24, 1958
      March 24, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 28
      3/24/58
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Gypsy themed program. Mildred Miller sings "Zigeuner" by Noel Coward, "Romany Life" by Victor Herbert, "Card Song" from "Carmen" by Bizet and "Play, Gypsy, Dance, Gypsy" by Kalman. The Chorus performs "Dark Eyes" traditional and "Gypsy Sweetheart" by Victor Herbert. The Orchestra plays "Hora Staccato" by Dinicu-Heifetz and Intermezzo "Harry Janos" by Kodaly.moreless
    • January 4, 1954
      January 4, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      1/4/54
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include "Song of Songs", "Your Tiny Hand is Frozen", "Macushla", "I Dream of You", "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World", "The Skater's Waltz" and the "Intermezzo" from Wolf-Ferrari's "Jewels of the Madonna".
    • December 28, 1953
      December 28, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      12/28/53
      0.0
      Nadine Conner and George London are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Make Believe," "Will You Remember?," "O Mio Babbino Caro," "O, What a Beautiful Morning," "In the Town of Kazan".
    • April 28, 1963
      April 28, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 30
      4/28/63
      0.0
      Soprano Patrice Munsel, Tenor Barry Morell, Ballet dancer Andre Prokovsky and pianist-composer Roger Williams are the guest soloists. Wilfrid Pelletier conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Patrice Munsel sings "Comin' Thru the Rye", "In quelle trine morbid" from "Manon" by Lescaut. Andre Prokovsky dances "Sword Dance". Barry Morell performs "Pipes of Gordon's Men", "L'anima ho stanca" from "Adriana Lecouveur". Roger Williams plays theme from "Exodus". All join in for "Begin the Beguine".moreless
    • September 27, 1954
      September 27, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      9/27/54
      0.0
      Thomas Hayward and Lois Hunt are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • December 14, 1953
      December 14, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      12/14/53
      0.0
      Cesare Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "I Te Vurria Vasa", "Musical Snuffbox," "Non Piu Andrai", "Invictus" and "When I'm Looking at You".
    • May 5, 1963
      May 5, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 31
      5/5/63
      0.0
      Contralto Rosalind Elias and pianist Theodore Lettvin are the guest soloists. Andre Kostelanetz conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Theodore Lettvin plays the Third Movement of Tchaikovasky's Piano Concerto No. 1.
    • February 3, 1958
      February 3, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 21
      2/3/58
      0.0
      Tenor Giuseppe Campora is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Giuseppe Campora solos with "Comme Facetta Mammetta" by Gambardella, "O Sole Mio" by Di Capua, "Finiculi, Finicula" by Denza, "Cielo e Mar" from "Gioconda" by Ponchielli and "Santa Lucia" Neapolitan Song. The Chorus sings "Cirbiribin" by Pestalozza. The Orchestra performs "La Danza" from Massenet and "Italian Symphony" First Movement by Mendelssohn.moreless
    • April 21, 1958
      April 21, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 32
      4/21/58
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings "Ay, Ay, Ay" by Freire, "Sing to Me, Guitar" by Cole Porter and "Without You" by Farres. The Chorus performs "Espana Girl" by Marquino and "Estrellita" by Ponce. The Orchestra plays "Lady of Spain" by Tilsley and "Malaguena" by Lecuona.moreless
    • April 14, 1958
      April 14, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 31
      4/14/58
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters performs the famous mad scene aria from "Lucia di Lainmormoor". Roberta solos with "Dancing Doll" and "L'Amour Toujours L'Amour". Also a nostalgic medley including "Midnight in Paris" and "Parlez Moi D'Amour".
    • April 28, 1958
      April 28, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 33
      4/28/58
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Also appearing is pianist George Feyer. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Elaine sings Richard Rodgers' "Out of My Dreams", "Lover" and "If I Loved You". Pianist George Feyer plays a medley of tunes including "This Can't Be Love", "It Might as Well Be Spring", "Most Beautiful Girl in the World", "Where or When" and "With a Song in My Heart".moreless
    • March 10, 1963
      March 10, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 24
      3/10/63
      0.0
      Soprano Anna Moffo, dancers Jacques d'Amboise and Melissa Hayden are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Anna Moffo solos with "Ballatella" from I Pagliacci by Leoncavallo. Jacques d'Amboise and Melissa Hayden dance the Pas de Deux from "Don Quixote".
    • September 5, 1955
      September 5, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      9/5/55
      0.0
      Elaine Malbin is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • March 29, 1954
      March 29, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 30
      3/29/54
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Elizabeth Evans reads the prize essay. Highlights: Mildred Miller sings "The Lord's Prayer", "Connals-tu le Pays" and "Dancing in the Dark". The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Strike Up the Band", "America the Beautiful" and "Knowest Thou the Land".
    • September 12, 1955
      September 12, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 2
      9/12/55
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • December 7, 1953
      December 7, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      12/7/53
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Rounsville sings "The White Eagle", "Falling in Love With Love", "Down by the Sally Gardens", "Night and Day" and from "Tales of Hoffman", "Barcarolle". The Orchestra performs "Holiday for Strings".
    • April 12, 1954
      April 12, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 32
      4/12/54
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eleanor sings Granier's "Hosanna", "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth", "Were You There?", Bizet's "Agnus Dei" and "The Holy City".
    • March 22, 1954
      March 22, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 29
      3/22/54
      0.0
      Gladys Swarthout is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "At Dawning", "Io Sono Umile Ancella. "Bless This House" and "You Are Love".
    • March 15, 1954
      March 15, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 28
      3/15/54
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "The Song is You", "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn", "Neapolitan Love Song", "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen", "It's a Great Day for the Irish", "Voices of Spring", "Andalusia", "Dance of the Archers" and a St. Patrick's Day medley.moreless
    • February 1, 1954
      February 1, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      2/1/54
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "L'Amour, Toulours l'Amour", "Shadow Song" fron "Dinorah", "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" and "Love's Own Sweet Song".
    • August 15, 1955
      August 15, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 50
      8/15/55
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Dorothy sings "Song of India", "So in Love" and "Stranger in Paradise".
    • July 25, 1955
      July 25, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 47
      7/25/55
      0.0
      Leontyne Price and William Warfield of Porgy and Bess fame are the featured guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • February 22, 1954
      February 22, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 25
      2/22/54
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold and Cesare Siepi are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Duets: "La Ci Darem", "You and the Night and the Music", "Wunderbar", "I Know I'm Going", "With a Song In My Heart" and "You and the Night and the Music".
    • July 11, 1955
      July 11, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 45
      7/11/55
      0.0
      Howard Barlow and the Orchestra with members of the chorus step forward to solo in this first all request program.
    • January 25, 1954
      January 25, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      1/25/54
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Brian Sullivan sings "For You Alone", "Dance of the Apprentices" from "Die Meistersinger", "Prize Song" from "Die Meistersinger", "Where the River Shannon Flows" and "Give Me One Hour". The Orcherstra performs the overture to "La Farza del Destino" and "Espana Cani".moreless
    • March 8, 1954
      March 8, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 27
      3/8/54
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Robert Rounseville sings "The Girl that I Marry", "Love's Old Sweet Song" and "Amore, Amore". The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Washington Post March". The Orchestra performs "Turkish March" and "The Bartered Bride Overture".
    • July 4, 1955
      July 4, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 44
      7/4/55
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: His July 4 program will include "God Bless America", a medley of Cohan hits such as "Yankee Doodle Dandy", "America the Beautiful", "The World is Waiting For the Sunrise" and "M'appari" from Von Flotow's "Martha".
    • June 27, 1955
      June 27, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 43
      6/27/55
      0.0
      Mimi Benzell and Robert Rounseville are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • September 6, 1954
      September 6, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      9/6/54
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Nadine Conner performs "Moonbeams" from Victor Herbert's The Red Mill, "September Song" from Kurt Weil's Knickerbocker Holiday, "Strange Music" from Song of Norway and "Jewel Song" from Faust. The Orchestra and Chorus perform "S'Wonderful". The Orchestra performs Johann Strauss' "Roses From the South" and Chopin's "Polonaise in A Flat". The Chorus performs a lively rendition of Cole Porter's "When the Boys Come Home", from Bloomer Girl.moreless
    • August 9, 1954
      August 9, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 49
      8/9/54
      0.0
      Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest artist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Dorothy's musical selections include; "Stardust", "Alice Blue Gown," "Begin the Beguine" and an aria from "Carmen."
    • January 24, 1955
      January 24, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 21
      1/24/55
      0.0
      Barbara Gibson and Cesare Siepi are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • August 23, 1954
      August 23, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 51
      8/23/54
      0.0
      Virginia Haskins and Eugene Conley are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • December 27, 1954
      December 27, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 17
      12/27/54
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Ferruccio performs an aria from "Il Trovatore".
    • October 11, 1954
      October 11, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      10/11/54
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • November 29, 1954
      November 29, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 13
      11/29/54
      0.0
      Nadine Conner and Eugene Conley are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • November 8, 1954
      November 8, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 10
      11/8/54
      0.0
      Barbara Gibson is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Barbara Gibson sings "Some Day" from Friml's "Vagabond King", "Quel guardo Il Cavaliere" from Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" and "Malda of Cadiz" by Leo Delibes.
    • November 15, 1954
      November 15, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      11/15/54
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings "Indian Love Call" and an aria from "Traviata".
    • November 1, 1954
      November 1, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      11/1/54
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • October 25, 1954
      October 25, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      10/25/54
      0.0
      Martha Lipton is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • February 14, 1955
      February 14, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 24
      2/14/55
      0.0
      Tenor Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Mr. Tagliavini performs "Mattinata" (Leoncavallo), "There Are No Horizons" (Frank Fields), "Flower Song" from Bizet's Carmen and "Maria, Mari" (Edoardo di Capua). The Chorus performs "I Love You" (Cole Porter) and "Song in My Heart" (Idabelle Firestone) The Orchestra performs "Tarantella" (4th Symphony) (Mendelssohn).moreless
    • March 7, 1955
      March 7, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 27
      3/7/55
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • July 19, 1954
      July 19, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 46
      7/19/54
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Thomas sings Fox's "Hills of Home", Grever's "What a Difference A Day Makes", Rodgers "Falling in Love with Love" and Lara's "Granada".
    • June 13, 1955
      June 13, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 41
      6/13/55
      0.0
      Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • May 17, 1954
      May 17, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 37
      5/17/54
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: An operatic aria and a Scottish traditional ballad are performed.
    • May 10, 1954
      May 10, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 36
      5/10/54
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: In honor of Confederate Memorial Day in North and South Carolina, several Southern numbers will be performed. Rises' dramatic aria is "Vissi D'Arte" from "Tosca". Rise sings "Beautiful Dreamer", "'Neath the Southern Moon" and "Two Hearts in Three Quarter Time".moreless
    • May 3, 1954
      May 3, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 35
      5/3/54
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      Dorothy Warenskjold and Robert Rounseville are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Plus an Arabian Nights sequence.
    • May 24, 1954
      May 24, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 38
      5/24/54
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      Cesare Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Chorus performs "Funiculi, Funicula" and "Sicilian Tarantella. Cesare performs "La Sernata", "Maria, Mari", "La Spagnola", "La Calunnia" and "Stouthearted Men". The Orchestra performs "Fete Boheme".
    • June 6, 1955
      June 6, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 40
      6/6/55
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • May 16, 1955
      May 16, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 37
      5/16/55
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      Mezzo-Soprano Rise Stevens is the soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Miss Stevens performs "I'll See You Again" (Noel Coward), "Card Song" (Bizet's "Carmen"), "Songs My Mother Taught Me" (Dvorak) and "Two Hearts in 3/4 Time" (R. Stalz). The Chorus sings "Blue Horizon" (Richard Whiting) and "Toreadors' March" (Bizet's "Carmen"). The Orchestra performs "Coronation March" (Meyerbeer).moreless
    • June 21, 1954
      June 21, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 42
      6/21/54
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Brian Sullivan sings "Softly as in a Morning Sunrise".
    • June 7, 1954
      June 7, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 40
      6/7/54
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections from Mozart, McHugh, Rodgers and Herbert will be included.
    • April 18, 1955
      April 18, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 33
      4/18/55
      0.0
      Tenor Robert Rounseville and Pianist George Feyer are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Robert Rounseville performs "My Beautiful Lady" (Ivan Caryll), "Lover" (Richard Rodgers), "Questa O Quella" ("Rigoletto" by Verdi). George Feyer performs a Paris medley with "Valentine", "April in Portugal", "La Vie En Rose", "Cancan". Messrs, Rounseville and Feyer perform "April In Paris" (Vernon Duke). The Chorus sings "Paree" (Jose Padilla). The Orchestra performs "Clair de Lune" (Debussy).moreless
    • May 31, 1954
      May 31, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 39
      5/31/54
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Roberta sings "Shadow Song" from Myerteer's "Dinorah" and "Estrellita".
    • November 22, 1954
      November 22, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 12
      11/22/54
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections are from "The Mikado" and "The Bohemian Girl".
    • September 19, 1955
      September 19, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 3
      9/19/55
      0.0
      Soprano Roberta Peters is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Roberta Peters performs "Secret Heart" (Noel Coward), "Grand Night For Singing" (Rodgers), "Doll Song" ("Tales of Hoffman" Offenbach) and "Love's Own Sweet Song" (Kalman). The Orchestra performs "Good News" (B.G. DeSylva) and "Entrance of Gods" ("Rhinegold" Wagner). The Chorus sings "Mighty Fortress is Our God" (Luther).moreless
    • October 3, 1955
      October 3, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 5
      10/3/55
      0.0
      Metropolitan Opera baritone Robert Merrill is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • November 24, 1958
      November 24, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 12
      11/24/58
      0.0
      "Best of Opera". Basso Cesare Siepi, Mezzo-soprano Rosalind Elias, Tenor Cesare Valletti and Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold are the guest soloists. Wilfrid Pelletier conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Cesare Siepi sings "Champagne Aria" from Mozart's "Don Giovanni." Rosalind Elias solos with "Barcarolie" from "The Tales of Hoffman". Cesare Valletti solos with "Vesti Le Guibba" from "I Pagliacci". Dorothy Warenskjold sings "The Waltz Song" from "Romeo and Juliet". Rosalind Elias and Cesare Valletti duet with "A Nostre Monte" from Verdi's "Il Trovatore". Dorothy Warenskjold and Cesare Siepe duet with "La ci Darem La Mano" from "Don Giovanni". Dorothy, Siepi and Valetti perform "Trio" from Gounod's "Faust".moreless
    • December 29, 1958
      December 29, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 17
      12/29/58
      0.0
      "Musical Tour of Manhattan" A dress rehearsal of the old town's New Years Eve. Soprano Lisa Della Casa, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, Jazz pianist Errol Garner, French chanteuse Hildegarde and musical comedy performer Bill Tabbert are the guests. Highlights: Eartha Kitt sings "C'est Si Bon" with Jazz pianist Errol Garner playing. Hildegarde sings "All of a Sudden My Heart Sings". Soprano Lisa Della Casa solos with "The Jewel Song" from "Faust" by Gounod. Musical comic Bill Tabbert performs "You Are Beautiful". All join in for the finale with "Auld Lang Syne".moreless
    • January 12, 1959
      January 12, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 19
      1/12/59
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      "An Evening in Paris". Singer Jane Morgan, pianist Jean Sablon, French chanteuse Genevieve and pianist George Feyer are the guests. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra Highlights: Jean Sablon performs "Pigalle". Genevieve sings "Vive la Vie, Vive l'Amour". All join for "Midnight in Paris".
    • February 16, 1959
      February 16, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 24
      2/16/59
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Walter Hendl conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from Orchestra Hall in Chicago. Highlights: The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs selections from Rimsky-Korsakov, Berlicz and Albeniz-Arbos. Rise Stevens sings arias from Mozart's comic opera "Marriage of Figaro" and Saint-Saen's dramatic "Samson and Delilah".
    • March 2, 1959
      March 2, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 26
      3/2/59
      0.0
      "A salute to Jerome Kerns 74th birthday" with baritone Robert Merrill, singers Patricia Morison, Gogi Grant and Julius LaRosa. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Merrill sings "Ol' Man River". Robert and Patricia duet with "Why Do I Love You?" Gogi Grant solos to "Why Was I Born". Julius LaRosa duets with Gogi on "A Fine Romance". Robert Merrill sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". Patricia Morison sings "All the Things You Are" and "Can't Help Loving That Man of Mine".moreless
    • March 9, 1959
      March 9, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 27
      3/9/59
      0.0
      "A Night of Americana" with singers Jo Stafford and Jimmie Rodgers. Paul Weston conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Skip to My Lou", "Git Along Little Doggie", "Blue Tail Fly" and "Blues in the Night".
    • March 23, 1959
      March 23, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 29
      3/23/59
      0.0
      "Easter Program" with Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians. Highlights: Program opens with "He Is Risen". The Chorus sings "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" by Charles Wesley and Henry Carey and "The Holy City" by F.E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams. Other selections included are "Song of Easter", "The Ivory Palace" by H. Barraclough and Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Julia Ward Howe and William Steffe. The story of Easter as told through narration and spirituals. Closing with "In My Garden" by Idabelle Firestone.moreless
    • November 17, 1958
      November 17, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 11
      11/17/58
      0.0
      The Greatest Band in America is the title of tonight's presentation. Performers are Paul Lavalle and his Band of America, musical-comedy star Martha Wright and The Ohio State University Men's Glee Club. Highlights: Martha Wright sings while Paul Lavalle solos on clarinetist to "Dizzy Fingers". Paul Lavalle and the Orchestra perform "Left, Right". Martha Wright solos with "Blues in the Night". Paul Lavalle and the Orchestra with everyone joining in for a rousing "Big Brass Band".moreless
    • November 10, 1958
      November 10, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 10
      11/10/58
      0.0
      "An Evening With Percy Faith" with Baritone Robert Merrill and Soprano Elaine Malbin as the guest soloists. Percy Faith and His Hi-Fi Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Merrill sings "You Are Love" and "Without a Song". Elaine Malbin solos with "In the Still of the Night" and "I'll Follow My Secret Heart".
    • October 20, 1958
      October 20, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 7
      10/20/58
      0.0
      "Swingin' Down Broadway" with guests singers Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae with Paul Weston conducting the Orchestra. Highlights: Songs included are "Taking a Chance on Love", "If I Loved You", "The Girl That I Marry" and "Some Enchanted Evening". John Daly tries out his vocal chords on "Tea for Two" accompanied by Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae.moreless
    • January 20, 1958
      January 20, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 19
      1/20/58
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Cesare sings "The Song of the Viking Guest" and "Myself When Young". Frances Wyatt solos with "The Song Is You" by Jerome Kern. The Orchestra performs "The Sabre Dance" by Khatchaturian.
    • January 27, 1958
      January 27, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 20
      1/27/58
      0.0
      Soprano Lisa Della Casa and Tenor Cesare Valletti are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Lisa Della Casa solos with "Vissi d'Arte" from "Tosca" by Puccini and "Libiamo" from "Traviata" by Verdi. Cesare Valletti sings "Lina Furtiva Lagrima" from "L'Elisir d'Amore" by Donizetti. Lisa Della Casa and Cesare Valletti duet with "The World Is Mine Tonight" by Posford. The Chorus sings "California, Here I Come" by De Sylva and "The Way You Look Tonight" by Jerome Kern. The Orchestra plays "Belle of the Ball" by Leroy Anderson and "Dance of the Camorristi" by Wolf-Ferrari.moreless
    • March 3, 1958
      March 3, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 25
      3/3/58
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens solos with Victor Herbert's "Kiss in the Dark". Rise Stevens also sings "Che Faro Senza Euridici," from her recent Met triumph "Orpheus and Euridice."
    • March 10, 1958
      March 10, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 26
      3/10/58
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin and bass-baritone William Metcalf of the Firestone Chorus are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Elaine Malbin solos with "Jewel Song" of Gounod's "Faust", and medleys from "South Pacific" and "Kismet". William Metcalf and the Chorus sing Richard Rodgers' "Some Enchanted Evening". The Orchestra plays the ballet music from "Faust". Elaine Malbin sings "So in Love" by Cole Porter.moreless
    • March 17, 1958
      March 17, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 27
      3/17/58
      0.0
      Tenor Thomas Hayward and soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: St. Patrick's Day Salute. Selections included are "Thine Alone", "Last Rose of Summer", "Wearin' of the Green", "Toor-a-Loor-a" and "Great Day For the Irish".
    • March 31, 1958
      March 31, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 29
      3/31/58
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner is the guest soloist for the annual Easter Program. Bass-baritone William Metcalf of the show's chorus will also offer a solo. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Nadine Conner sings "The Palms" by Faure, "The Holy City" by Adam, "The Crucifix" by Faure and "Hosanna" by Granier. William Metcalf solos with "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte. The Chorus sings "Jerusalem" from "Gallia" by Gounod and "Were You There?" Spiritual.moreless
    • May 5, 1958
      May 5, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 34
      5/5/58
      0.0
      Tenor Giuseppe Campora is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Giuseppe Campora sings some Italian folk songs and an aria from "La Gioconda".
    • April 6, 1959
      April 6, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 31
      4/6/59
      0.0
      "An Evening of Opera" Paul Paray conducts the Detroit Symphony Orchestra from the Ford Auditorium with mezzo soprano Rise Stevens, baritone Richard Tucker, soprano Heidi Krall and basso Jerome Hines. Highlights: Selections included are excerpts from such great operas as "Don Giovanni", "Carmen", "La Traviata", "Mignon" and "Faust".
    • April 13, 1959
      April 13, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 32
      4/13/59
      0.0
      "The Best of Operetta" with Metropolitan Opera soprano Patrice Munsel, singer John Raitt and the Chorus and dancers. Glenn Osser conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are from Victor Herbert, Franz Lehar, Sigmund Romberg and Rudolf Friml. Songs are "A Kiss in the Dark", "Merry Widow" and "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life".moreless
    • January 27, 1963
      January 27, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 18
      1/27/63
      0.0
      Soprano Phyllis Curtin and 18-year-old pianist Lorin Hollander are the guest soloists. Andre Kostelanetz conducts the Chorus and the Orchestra. Highlights: Phyllis Curtin solos with "Depuis le jour" and "Estrelitta". Lorin Hollander plays the Final movement, Gershwin's Concerto in F. The Orchestra performs "Little Train of the Caipira" and "Blue Danube".moreless
    • February 10, 1963
      February 10, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 20
      2/10/63
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Roberta Peters, tenor Nicolai Gedda and baritone William Walker are he guest soloists. Wilfrid Pelletier conducts the Chorus and Orchestra. Highlights: Excerpts of Gounod's opera "Romeo and Juliet"
    • March 3, 1963
      March 3, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 23
      3/3/63
      0.0
      Tenor Richard Tucker, Baritone Robert Merrill and Lyric soprano Anneliese Rothenberger are the guest soloists. Emerson Buckley conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Richard Tucker performs "Questa o quella" from "Rigoletto" by Verdi and "La Donna e Mobile" from Rigoletto by Verdi. Aria's from Verdi's "Rigoletto". A Jerome Kern medley closes the show.moreless
    • March 24, 1963
      March 24, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 26
      3/24/63
      0.0
      Soprano Phyllis Curtin, Basso Giorgio Tozzi and pianist Eugene List are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and chorus. Highlights: Tozzi performs "Girls, Girls, Girls" and "Yours is My Heart Alone". Phyllis Curtin sings "Stars in My Eyes". Giorgio and Phyllis duet with "Are You Going to Dance?" and "Two Hearts in 3/4 Time".moreless
    • April 7, 1963
      April 7, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 27
      4/7/63
      0.0
      Verdi's "Othello" performed by Tenor James McCracken as Otello, Soprano Gabriella Tucci as Desdemona and Baritone Robert Merrill as Iago. Harry John Brown conducts the Milwaukee Symphony. Highlights: The Orchestra plays the Overture. James McCracken and the Chorus perform "Dio Fulgor della Bufera" (Act 1, Scene 1) Gabriella Tucci & James McCracken perform "Love Duet - Ed to Veda" (Act 1, Scene III) Robert Merrill performs "Credo" (Act II, Scene II) James McCracken & Robert Merrill perform "Si, Pel Ciel" (Scene V) Gabriella Tucci sings "Ave Maria" (Act IV, Scene II) James McCracken performs "Niun Mi Tema" (Act IV, Scene IV).moreless
    • April 14, 1963
      April 14, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 28
      4/14/63
      0.0
      Mezzo-Soprano Rise Stevens, Baritone Theodor Uppman and Ballet stars Maria Tallchief and Oleg Tupine are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Maria Tallchief and Oleg Tupine perform "Caprice" a pas de deux choreographed by Robert Pagent. Rise Stevens sings "Hello, Young Lovers", "Ave Maria" and "Habanera". Theodor Uppman solos with "Speak Low" and "Agnus Dei".moreless
    • May 19, 1963
      May 19, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 33
      5/19/63
      0.0
      Baritone Mario Sereni, singer Florence Henderson and cellist Michael Flaksman are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Michael Flaksman plays Saint-Saens' "Allegro Appassionato". Mario Sereni solos with "Largo al Factotum" from Rossini's "Barber of Seville".
    • January 20, 1963
      January 20, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 17
      1/20/63
      0.0
      Spiritual singer Mahalia Jackson, Tenor Franco Corelli, singer Jo Stafford are the guest soloists. Paul Weston conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Mahalia Jackson sings "By His Word" and "My Friend". Franco Corelli sings "O Paradiso" from Myerbeers "L'Africaine" and the "Prize Song" from Wagner's "Die Meistersinger". Jo Stafford sings "Smilin' Through" and "Who?".moreless
    • January 6, 1963
      January 6, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 15
      1/6/63
      0.0
      Soprano Birgit Nilsson, singers Florence Henderson and Bill Hayes are the guest soloists. Henry John Brown conducts the Milwaukee Symphony. Highlights: Birgit Nilsson solos with "Suicidio" from "La Gioconda".
    • December 30, 1962
      December 30, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 14
      12/30/62
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Leontyne Price, Baritone Robert Merrill and singer-dancer Carol Lawrence are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Leontyne Price sings "O Patria Mia" the aria from Verdi's "Aida". Robert Merrill solos with "Il Pagliacci". Carol Lawrence does a dance and joins Robert Merrill in a Strauss duet.
    • April 20, 1959
      April 20, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 33
      4/20/59
      0.0
      "Latin Night" Xavier Cugat conducts the Orchestra, singers Abbe Lane and Alfredo Sadel and pianist Lalo Schifrin are the guests. Highlights: Alfredo Sadel sings "Granada" and "Amapola". Pianist Lalo Schifrin plays "El Cumina". Xavier and his Orchestra perform "Guadalajara". Abbe Lane joins Cugat and the Orchestra for the finale "Oye Me Mama".moreless
    • September 30, 1962
      September 30, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 1
      9/30/62
      0.0
      The Voice of Firestone returns after a three-year hiatus. Mezzo soprano Rise Stevens, Basso Cesare Siepi, violinist Mischa Elman and singer Sally Ann Howes are the guests. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Firestone Orchestra Highlights: Rise Stevens and Cesare Siepi sing arias from "Don Giovanni" and "Samson and Delilah". Violinist Mischa Elman plays Massenet's "Meditation" and "Thais". Sally Ann Howes sings Lerner-Loewe and Rodgers and Hammerstein medley.moreless
    • October 7. 1962
      October 7. 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 2
      10/7/62
      0.0
      Soprano Heidi Krall, Baritone Theodor Uppman, Pianist Susan Starr and French chanteuse Genevieve are the guests. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Colas Breugnon" Overture. Heidi Krall sings "Musetta's Waltz" from La Boheme. Theodore Uppman solos with "Vision fugitive" from Herodiade. Heidi and Theodore duet with "Song is You". Susan Starr plays the First Movement Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1. Genevieve sings "Chanson de Montmartre".moreless
    • October 14, 1962
      October 14, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 3
      10/14/62
      0.0
      Tenor Richard Tucker, Soprano Patrice Munsel and Ballerina Maria Tallchief are the guest soloists. Harry John Brown conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Richard and Patrice duet with "Madame Butterfly". Patrice sings a Cole Porter medley. Maria Tallchief dances to Debussy's "Variations after Degas".
    • November 11, 1962
      November 11, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 7
      11/11/62
      0.0
      Tenor Franco Corelli, Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller and 15-year-old violinist James Buswell are the guest soloists. Harry John Brown conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Franco Corelli and Mildred Miller sing selections from "Mignon" and "Il Trovatore". James Buswell plays the Third Movement of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto.
    • December 16, 1962
      December 16, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 12
      12/16/62
      0.0
      Singer Howard Keel, Soprano Patrice Munsel, dancers Melissa Hayden and Jacques d'Amboise are the guest soloists. Glenn Osser conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Howard Keel sings "Non Piu Andrai" from Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro." Dancers Melissa Hayden and Jacques d'Amboise perform a "Pas de Deux" from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite".
    • December 23, 1962
      December 23, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 13
      12/23/62
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens and Tenor Brian Sullivan are the guest soloists. Special appearance by The Columbus Boys Choir. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "What Child Is This?", "Joy to the World" and "Adeste Fidelis". Brian Sullivan sings "At Christmastime", "Here We Come A-Wassailing", "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" and "Hark the Hearld Angels Sing".moreless
    • December 30, 1957
      December 30, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 16
      12/30/57
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner and tenor Eugene Conley are the guest soloists. Special guests are Prima Ballerina Marina Svetlova and pianist Earl Wild. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Nadine Conner solos with "Gavotte" from Massenet's "Manon". Eugene Conley solos with "M'Appari." Earl Wild plays "Piano Concerto in D Minor" by MacDowell. Prima ballerina Marina Svetlova performs her interpretation of the ballet number "Sylvia". The Orchestra performs "All the Things You Are".moreless
    • December 16, 1957
      December 16, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 14
      12/16/57
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines and Soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings "At Christmastime", "O Holy Night" and "White Christmas". Frances Wyatt solos with Victor Herbert's "Toyland".
    • December 2, 1957
      December 2, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 12
      12/2/57
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan and Soprano Dorothy Warenskjold are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are, Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor", Strauss' "My Hero", Rudolf Friml's "Only a Rose".
    • April 16, 1956
      April 16, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 33
      4/16/56
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Mildred Miller sings "When I Grow Too Old to Dream", "Dancing in the Dark", "Styrienne" and "I Give My Heart".
    • May 7, 1956
      May 7, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 36
      5/7/56
      0.0
      Jerome Hines distinguished Metropolitan Opera basso is the guest soloist with a special performance by Prima ballerina Mia Slavenska. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with Overture "Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart. Jerome Hines sings "In Diesen Hall'gen Hallen" from "Magic Flute" by Mozart. The Chorus sings Finale, Act II "Die Fledermaus" by Strauss. Ballerina Mia Slavenka performs "The Swan" from "Carnival of the Animals" by Saint-Saens with a cello solo by Harvey Shapiro. Jerome Hines and the Chorus perform "La Veau d'Or" from "Faust" by Gounod. Jerome Hines solos with "O God Our Help in Ages Past" by Croft. The Orchestra performs "Waltz of the Flowers" by Tchaikovsky. Hines and the Chorus close with "Rogue Song" by Stothart.moreless
    • May 21, 1956
      May 21, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 38
      5/21/56
      0.0
      Tenor Robert Rounsville is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Robert's program includes "Moonlight and Roses", "Isle of May" and "Full Moon and Empty Arms".
    • May 28, 1956
      May 28, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 39
      5/28/56
      0.0
      Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold and tenor Brian Sullivan are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Three selections from Gounod's "Faust" will be sung in English from a translation by George and Phyllis Mead. The Orchestra opens with "Waltz" from "Faust" by Charles Gounod Brian Sullivan sings "Salut Demeure" from "Faust" by Gounod Dorothy Warenskjold sings "Jewel Song" from "Faust" by Gounod Dorothy, Brian and Emil Markow (chorus member) perform "Alerte, Alerte (Trio)" from "Faust" by Gounod. The Orchestra performs "Dance of the Apprentices" from "Die Meistersinger" by Richard Wagner. Brian and Dorothy perform "You Are Love" from "Show Boat" by Jerome Kern.moreless
    • July 9, 1956
      July 9, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 45
      7/9/56
      0.0
      Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra plays "I Love a Parade" by Harold Arlen. Mildred Miller sings "Bali Hai" from "South Pacific" by Rodgers & Hammerstein. The Chorus sings "Who" from "Sunny" by Jerome Kern. The Orchestra plays Schubert's "Marche Millitaire". Mildred and the Chorus sing "I'm In Love with a Wonderful Guy" from "South Pacific". Mildred Miller solos with "Voi che Sapete" from Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" (English translation by Edward Dent). The Orchestra plays Von Suppe's "Light Cavalry Overture". Mildred Miller and the Chorus sing "Two Hearts in Three Quarter Time" by Robert Stolz.moreless
    • July 16, 1956
      July 16, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 46
      7/16/56
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      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and chorus open with "Say It With Music" by Berlin. Thomas L. Thomas sings "In the Silent Night" by Rachmaninoff. The Orchestra performs "Flute Cocktail" by Harry Simeons The Chorus performs "Silver Moon" from My Maryland by Romberg. Thomas and the Chorus perform "The Way You Look Tonight" by Kern. Thomas L. Thomas sings "Kashmiri Love Song" by Amy Woodforde-Finden. The Orchestra performs "March" from Tannhauser. Thomas and the Chorus perform "Song of the Vagabonds" from The Vagabond King by Friml.moreless
    • August 27, 1956
      August 27, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 52
      8/27/56
      0.0
      Soprano Dolores Wilson and baritone Theodor Uppman, two bright young stars of the Metropolitan are the guest soloists. Also featured is 14-year-old Korean pianist Tong II Han. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Dolores Wilson and Theodor Uppman duet with "It's a Most Unusual Day" by McHugh. Dolores Wilson solos with "Waltz Song" from Romeo and Juliet by Gounod, English translation by George and Phyllis Mead. Tong II Han performs "Study on the Black Keys" by Chopin Etude No. 5 Opus. Dolores and Theodor duet with "Close as Pages in a Book" from Up in Central Park by Sigmund Romberg. The Orchestra performs "Valentin Aria" from Faust by Gounod, English translation by George and Phyllis Mead. Tong II Han performs Third Movement Piano Concerto No. 1 by Tchaikowsky. Dolores and Theodor duet with "Serendae" from Student Prince by Sigmund Romberg.moreless
    • February 27, 1956
      February 27, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 26
      2/27/56
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      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra perform "Funiculi, Funicula" by Luigi Denza. Thomas L. Thomas solos with "I TalK To the Trees" from "Paint Your Wagon" by Frederick Loewe. The Chorus sings "Ciribiribin" by Pentalozza. The Orchestra performs "La Danza" by Rossini. Thomas and the Chorus sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" from "Carousel" by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Thomas solos with "Serenade" by Franz Schubert. The Orchestra performs "Ritual Fire Dance" from "El Amor Brujo" by Manuel de Falla. Thomas and the Chorus close with "Men of Harlech" a Welsh Traditional song.moreless
    • February 13, 1956
      February 13, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 24
      2/13/56
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      Mezzo soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Dearly Beloved" by Jerome Kern, "I'm Falling In Love With Someone" from "Naughty Marietta" by Victor Herbert, "Barcarolle" from "Tales of Hoffman" by Offenbach and "Songs of Songs" by Moya.
    • February 6, 1956
      February 6, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 23
      2/6/56
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      Baritone Frank Guarrera is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Frank Guarrera sings "Sing to Me Guitar" by Cole Porter and the "Toreador Song" from "Carmen".
    • October 31, 1955
      October 31, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 9
      10/31/55
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas performs "Marcheta" (Victor Schertzinger), "Still of the Night" (Cole Porter), "Il Balen" ("Travatore" Verdi) and "Granada" (Augustin Lara). The Chorus performs "Amapola" (Jose Lacalle). The Orchestra performs "Mexican Hat Dance" (F.A. Parpichela) and "Finale, Fourth Symphony" (Tchaikovsky).moreless
    • November 7, 1955
      November 7, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 10
      11/7/55
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      Soprano Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Elaine Malbin performs "Over the Rainbow" (Harold Arlen), "Three Loves" (Grieg-Forrest), "Depuis le Jour" ("Louise" Charpentier) and "Wide Wonderful World" (John Rox). The Chorus performs "Blue Horizon" (Richard Whiting). The Orchestra performs "Do You Recall?" (Idabelle Firestone) and "Czardos" ("Cappelia" Delibes).moreless
    • November 28, 1955
      November 28, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 13
      11/28/55
      0.0
      Nadine Conner and Eugene Conley are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Nadine sings "Mi Chiamano Mimi" (from "La Boheme" Puccini). Nadine and Eugene duet with "O Soave Fanciulla" (from "La Boheme" Puccini) and "Give Me One Hour" (Rudolf Friml). Eugene solos with "Che Gelida Manina" ((from "La Boheme" Puccini). The Orchestra performs Prelude "La Boheme" (Puccini) and "Finlandia" (Sibelius).moreless
    • December 5, 1955
      December 5, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 14
      12/5/55
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. The program is devoted to the works of Rudolph Friml who celebrates his 75th birthday on Wednesday. Highlights: Rise Stevens will sing "Allah's Holiday", "Adieu Forets" and "Kiss in the Dark".
    • January 16, 1956
      January 16, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 20
      1/16/56
      0.0
      Metropolitan Opera tenor Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • January 23, 1956
      January 23, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 21
      1/23/56
      0.0
      Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • January 30, 1956
      January 30, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 22
      1/30/56
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin and baritone Robert Merrill are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Elaine and Robert duet with Verdi's "La Traviata".
    • September 3, 1956
      September 3, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 53
      9/3/56
      0.0
      Pianist George Feyer is the guest soloist. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • September 10, 1956
      September 10, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 1
      9/10/56
      0.0
      Mezzo soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: First show of the fall season features excerpts from Bizet's "Carmen". Mildred Miller, Metropolitan Opera soprano will sing three arias.
    • May 13, 1957
      May 13, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 34
      5/13/57
      0.0
      Soprano Frances Wyatt is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Frances Wyatt will assume the role of Cinderella and songs included are "Spring Is Here" by Rodgers; "Stars In My Eyes" by Kreisler; "Waltz Song" from Romeo and Juliet by Gounod; and Cole Porter's "I Love You". The Orchestra plays "Holiday for Strings" by David Rose and "Sal Terallo" Italian Symphony by Mendelssohn.moreless
    • May 20, 1957
      May 20, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 35
      5/20/57
      0.0
      Baritone Robert Merrill is guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: A musical tour of a public library music and theater exhibit will include background of old music manuscripts, Currier and Ives prints, operetta costumes and model theatrical sets. Robert Merrill sings "On the Street Where You Live," "Il Balen," from Verdi's II Trovatore and "Every Day Is Ladies Day".moreless
    • June 3, 1957
      June 3, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 37
      6/3/57
      0.0
      Mezzo Soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Getting To Know You", "Songs My Mother Taught Me", "Yours Is My Heart Alone", "Connaius Tu Le Pays" and "It's a Grand Night For Singing".
    • June 10, 1957
      June 10, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 38
      6/10/57
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines and his wife Lucia Evangelista are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus for the last show of Season 8. Highlights: Jerome and Lucia duet on "Desert Song".
    • October 7, 1957
      October 7, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 5
      10/7/57
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner and tenor Eugene Conley are the guest soloists with pianist Earl Wild. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra.
    • October 21, 1957
      October 21, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 7
      10/21/57
      0.0
      Soprano Hilde Gueden is the guest soloist. Commentator Clifton Fadiman relates some of the history and spirit of Vienna. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Viennese Night The musical offerings will be from Strauss and Lehar.
    • November 11, 1957
      November 11, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 9
      11/11/57
      0.0
      Tenor Richard Tucker and Soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Richard Tucker sings "Stein Song" by Sigmund Romberg and Bizet's "Flower Song". Frances Wyatt solos with Gershwins "Foggy Day in London Town".
    • April 29, 1957
      April 29, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 32
      4/29/57
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Jean Madeira and Baritone Theodore Uppman are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Miss Jean Madeira sings "Amour" and "Viens Aider Ma Faiblosse". Jean and Theodore duet with "Strange Music" and "Only A Rose". Theodore Uppman solos with "Eri Tu".
    • March 11, 1957
      March 11, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 25
      3/11/57
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: A musical tribute to St. Patrick's Day. Brian Sullivan sings "Open Thy Blue Eyes", "Magic is the Moonlight" and "Come un Bel Di".
    • February 18, 1957
      February 18, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 23
      2/18/57
      0.0
      Metropolitan Opera soprano Dorothy Kirsten is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the orchestra and chorus. Also featured is a fashion show by Oleg Cassini showing his latest designs. Highlights: Miss Kirsten and the chorus will sing operatic and operetta sslections by Lehar, Kern and Charpentier. Earl Wild will play "The Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Koreskoff.moreless
    • September 24, 1956
      September 24, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 3
      9/24/56
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin and tenor Robert Rounseville are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Reversing the Grace Kelly-Prince Rainier romance, Robert Rounseville will woo the princess (Elaine Malbin) in a program featuring five well-known popular and operative love songs. Selections included are: "Beautiful Lady," "Yours is My Heart Alone," "All the Things You Are."moreless
    • October 8, 1956
      October 8, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 5
      10/8/56
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      The entire program is a salute to American songwriter Jerome Kern. Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "California-ay". Thomas L. Thomas sings "Look for the Silver Lining", "Sally". The Orchestra does "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes", "Roberta". Thomas L. Thomas and the Chorus do "The Night Was Made For Love", "Cat and the Fiddle". Thomas L. Thomas solos with "The Last Time I Saw Paris". The Orchestra performs "Ol' Man River" from Show Boat. Thomas L. Thomas, the Chorus and Orchestra do a Kern Medley of "I've Told Every Little Star", "Music in the Air", "Dearly Beloved", "You Were Never Lovelier", "I Won't Dance", "Roberta", "Make Believe", "Show Boat" and "Can't Help Singing".moreless
    • December 3, 1956
      December 3, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 12
      12/3/56
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist with a special salute to Italy. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus performs "Finiculi, Finicula" by Luigi Denza. Cesare Siepi solos with "Anema e Core" by Salvo d'Esposito. The Chorus sings "Ciribirbin" by Alberto Postalozza. Flute solo by Frederick Wilkins of "Carnival in Venice" by Guilio Briccialdi. Cesare Siepi sings "Santa Lucia" and "Son in Spirito" from "Melistofele" by Boito. The Orchestra performs Overture to "La Forza del Destino" by Verdi. Cesare Siepi closes with "Maria Mari" by di Capua.moreless
    • December 10, 1956
      December 10, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 13
      12/10/56
      0.0
      Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus opens with "Winter Wonderland" by Felix Bernard. Dorothy Warenskjold solos with "Alone Together" by Arthur Schwartz. The Orchestra performs "Skater's Waltz" by Emil Waldteufel. The Chorus sings "A Winter Song" by Frederick F. Bullard. Dorothy Warenskjold and the Chorus sing "If You Feel Like Singing, Sing". Dorothy Warenskjold solos with "Musetta's Waltz" from "La Boheme" by Puccini. The Orchestra performs "Tempo di Polacca" from Overture to "Mignon" by Thomas. Dorothy and the Chorus sing "With a Song In My Heart" from Lorenz Hart.moreless
    • December 17, 1956
      December 17, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 14
      12/17/56
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with "March of the Toys" from "Babes in Toyland" by Herbert. Jerome Hines solos with "At Christmastime" from "Song of Norway" by Wright and Forrest. The Chorus sings "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" by J. Fred Coots. The Orchestra performs "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from "Nutcracker Suite" by Tchaikovsky. Jerome and the Chorus sings "Good King Wenceslaus" an Old English Carol. Jerome Hines solos with "O Holy Night" by Adolphe Adams. The Orchestra performs "Polonnaise" from "Christmas Eve Suite" by Rimsky-Korsakov. Jerome and the Chorus sing "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas" by Irving Berlin.moreless
    • January 7, 1957
      January 7, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 17
      1/7/57
      0.0
      Tenor Robert Rounseville is the guest soloist and a violin solo by Oscar Shumsky. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The courageous people of Hungary are honored with a special musical salute.
    • January 14, 1957
      January 14, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 18
      1/14/57
      0.0
      Soprano Frances Wyatt is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Frances Wyatt will join the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus to offer a musical salute to composer Richard Rodgers. Among the Rodgers selections to be presented are "This Can't be Love", "Lover" and "Where or When".moreless
    • November 30, 1953
      November 30, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      11/30/53
      0.0
      The Voice of Firestone 23rd Anniversary with special guest appearances by Thomas L. Thomas, Eleanor Steber, Jerome Hines, Brian Sullivan, Robert Rounseville and Rise Stevens. Highlights: All six will be featured singing together for the first time in the sextette from "Lucia di Lammermoor" by Donizetti. The soloists will be backed by a mixed chorus and conductor Howard Barlow will wield his baton over a symphony orchestra augmented from the customary 48 to 59.moreless
    • February 16, 1953
      February 16, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 25
      2/16/53
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: "If You Feel Like Singing, Sing," "Bird Song" from "Pagliacci," "O, God, Our Help in Ages Past," "Italian Street Song".
    • December 22, 1952
      December 22, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 17
      12/22/52
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Away in a Manger," "The First Noel," "The Friendly Beasts", waltz from "Hansel and Gretel," "Alleluia" from Mozart's "Exultate Jubilate", music from "Nutcracker Suite" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem."
    • December 8, 1952
      December 8, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 15
      12/8/52
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Nadine Conner sings "The Touch of Your Hand", "Always", "Mi Chmiamano Mimi" and "El Relicario". Selections from Puccini, Kern, Berlin and Padilla.
    • November 10, 1952
      November 10, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 11
      11/10/52
      0.0
      Gladys Swarthout is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Gladys Swarthout sings an aria from "Mignon". Other selections include, "Armistice Day Medley", "Through the Years", "Connais-tu le Pays?", "Just For Today", "Dance of the Comedians" and "Dancing in the Dark".
    • November 3, 1952
      November 3, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      11/3/52
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "We Love the Sunshine of Your Smile," "Whiffenpoof Song," "Mephisto Serenade," "In the Town of Kazan," "Every Day Is Ladies Day with Me".
    • October 27, 1952
      October 27, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      10/27/52
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eleanor Steber sings "Strange Music," "Gavotte" from "Manon," "Come, Thou Almighty King," "You and the Night and the Music".
    • October 20, 1952
      October 20, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      10/20/52
      0.0
      Cesare Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Cesare Siepi sings "One Alone", "O tu Palermo", "Ay Ay Ay" and "Tarantella Sincera". The Orchestra and chorus perform "Washington Post March" for the opening.
    • January 14, 1952
      January 14, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      1/14/52
      0.0
      Lauritz Melchoir is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Lauritz performs Grieg's "With a Primrose", Duncan's "Eternal Life" and Kern's "The Song is You".
    • December 29, 1952
      December 29, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 18
      12/29/52
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini and his wife Pia Tassinari are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "O Sole Mio," "Jealousy," "Voi lo Sapete," "Lontano, Lontano," "Le Heve" and "Libiamo, Libiamo."
    • July 23, 1951
      July 23, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 47
      7/23/51
      0.0
      Mezzo-Soprano Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "People Will Say We're In Love, from "Oklahoma;" "Seguidilla," from Carmen;" "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," and "I'm Falling in Love With Someone," from "Naughty Marietta. Howard Barlow will conduct the orchestra in "Danube Waves," "Fine and Dandy," "Hallelujah," "The Victors," and the "Grand March" from "Aida".moreless
    • March 30, 1953
      March 30, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 31
      3/30/53
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Hosanna", "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth", "The Holy City", Bizet's "Agnus Dei", "The Omnipotence".
    • March 16, 1953
      March 16, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 29
      3/16/53
      0.0
      James Melton is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: "Drums in My Heart", "Song of Songs," "Sabre Dance," "Vesti la Giubba," "All Day on the Prairie," "Voices of Spring," "My Wild Irish Rose."
    • March 2, 1953
      March 2, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 27
      3/2/53
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Mattinata", "Una Furtiva Lagrime", "At Parting", "Comme Facetto Mammeta".
    • March 24, 1952
      March 24, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 30
      3/24/52
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings "Stars in My Eyes", "Batti, Batti", "Swiss Echo Song" and "Italian Street Song".
    • February 9, 1953
      February 9, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 24
      2/9/53
      0.0
      Cesare Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: "Without a Song", "You Are the Song in My Heart," "La Calunnia," "Do Not Go, My Love," "Thine Alone."
    • February 2, 1953
      February 2, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 23
      2/2/53
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Mildred sings "With a Song in My Heart," "Flower Song" from "Faust," "He's Goin' Away" and "My Hero". Selections by Rodgers, Gounod, Davis and Oscar Straus.
    • January 26, 1953
      January 26, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 22
      1/26/53
      0.0
      George London is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Song of Love", "Ol' Man River", "Threador Song", "They Didn't Believe Me" and "Song of the Vagabonds".
    • October 13, 1952
      October 13, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      10/13/52
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens the aria "Habanera" from Bizet's "Carmen". Rise also sings "People Will Say We're in Love" by Rodgers and "Vienna, City of My Dreams" by Sieczynski.
    • February 4, 1952
      February 4, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      2/4/52
      0.0
      Bidu Sayao is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Bidu Sayao sings "La Violetera", "A Perfect Day", "One Fine Day" and "El Relicario".
    • September 1, 1952
      September 1, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      9/1/52
      0.0
      Lois Hunt is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Lois Hunt sings "Out of My Dreams," Bizet's "Micaela's Air," "Comin' Through the Rye" and "One Kiss".
    • June 2, 1952
      June 2, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 40
      6/2/52
      0.0
      Leonard Warren is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Leonard Warren sings "Until," "Blow the Man Down" and "On the Road to Mandalay."
    • May 26, 1952
      May 26, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 39
      5/26/52
      0.0
      Lois Hunt is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Lois Hunt sings "Some Day", "Jewel Song" from "Faust" and "One Kiss".
    • May 12, 1952
      May 12, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 37
      5/12/52
      0.0
      Barbara Gibson is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Barbara Gibson sings Romberg's "Romance," "Quando Rapito in Estasi" from "Lucia di Lammermoor," "The Lass with the Delicate Air," and "Romany Life".
    • March 17, 1952
      March 17, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 29
      3/17/52
      0.0
      Christopher Lynch is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Christopher Lynch sings "Star of the County Down," "Then You'll Remember Me," "Passing By," and "Rose of Killarney".
    • April 21, 1952
      April 21, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 34
      4/21/52
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eugene Conley sings "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen", "The Lost Chord", "Di Quella Pira" and "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp Along the Highway".
    • April 14, 1952
      April 14, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 33
      4/14/52
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Sweet and Low,"'"Look For the Silver Lining", "Siboney" and "O, Mio Fernando." Howard Barlow will direct the orchestra, in "Blow, Gabriel, Blow."
    • April 7, 1952
      April 7, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 32
      4/7/52
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eleanor has chosen Easter music and opens with Granier's "Hosanna" sung with the Chorus. Eleanor sings "Ave Maria" from Verdi's opera "Otello" and the "Inflammatus" from Rossini's "Stabat Mater".
    • June 9, 1952
      June 9, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 41
      6/9/52
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eleanor Steber sings "Sweethearts", "Pace, Pace Mio Dio" and "So in Love".
    • June 16, 1952
      June 16, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 42
      6/16/52
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Tenor Brian Sullivan sings "All Day on the Prairie", "Le Reve", "Younger than Springtime" and "Stouthearted Men".
    • August 18, 1952
      August 18, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 51
      8/18/52
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Huguotte Waltz", "In the Still of the Night", "Alice Blue Gown," and the "Gypsy Song" from "Carmen." The Orchestra will play "I Want to Be a Military Man," "Blue Tango," and the overture to "Orpheus," by Offenbach.moreless
    • February 25, 1952
      February 25, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      2/25/52
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Thomas L Thomas sings "They Didn't Believe Me." "All Through The Night (Welsh Folk Song)," and "March of the Musketeers." Other selections include "My Lindy Lou", "La Cucurocha", "Festival at Bagdad".
    • August 4, 1952
      August 4, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 49
      8/4/52
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Miss Roberta Peters will sing "Der Holle Rache," from "The Magic Flute," "Marie Antoinette's Song," "Bonnie Sweet Bessie," and "Melba Waltz." The orchestra will play "Mignonette," "The Syncopated Clock," and "Ritual Fire Dance."
    • July 14, 1952
      July 14, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 46
      7/14/52
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas sings "Loch Lomond (Scottish Folk Song)", "The Vagabond King" and "I Talk to the Trees."
    • July 7, 1952
      July 7, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 45
      7/7/52
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Dorothy sings "Why Do I Love You?" from "Show Boat", Manazucca's popular "I Love Life" and "Love is Where You Find It by Brown. For her aira, Dorothy has selected the enchanting "Depuis Le Jour" from Charpentier's "Louise". The Orchestra will play "La Bamba de Vera Cruz" by Tucci and "Finlandia" by Sibelius.moreless
    • June 30, 1952
      June 30, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 44
      6/30/52
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings a Cohan medley, "Pledge to the Flag", "Pan Americana", "America the Beautiful", "God Bless America" and "Stars and Stripes Forever".
    • June 23, 1952
      June 23, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 43
      6/23/52
      0.0
      Mezzo Soprano Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Lover", "Printemps Qui Commence", "To the Children", "Fete Boheme" and "I Give My Heart".
    • April 27, 1953
      April 27, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 35
      4/27/53
      0.0
      George London and Dorothy Warenskjold are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "It's a Grand Night for Singing," "The Girl That I Marry," "La Ci Darem la Mano," Blow the Man Down," "Romance" from "The Desert Song" and "Naughty Marietta" medley.
    • May 18, 1953
      May 18, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 38
      5/18/53
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "At Dawning", "March of the Toreador", "Flower Song" from "Carmen", "Passing By" and "Magic is the Moonlight".
    • July 20, 1953
      July 20, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 47
      7/20/53
      0.0
      Lyric Soprano Wilma Spence is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra.
    • October 19, 1953
      October 19, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      10/19/53
      0.0
      Cesare Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "Make Him Guess," "Sylvia," "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," "Le Femmine d'Halia," "The Beliman," "Die Meistersinger" overture, "Marie, Marie".
    • May 11, 1953
      May 11, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 37
      5/11/53
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters solos "Passepied" (by Delibes) and "Hymn to the Sun" from "Le Coq d'Or" (by Rimsky-Korsakov). The chorus will join her in "I Passed by Your Window" (by Brahe) and "Romany Life" from "The Fortune Teller" (by Herbert). The Orchestra will play "Fete Boheme" (by Massenet). The Orchestra and Chorus offer an Armed Forces medley of "Caissons Go Rolling Along" (Gruber), "Semper Paraius" (Van Boskerck), "Anchors Aweigh" (by Zimmerman), "U.S. Air Force" (by Crawford) and the "Marines Hymn" (by Phillips).moreless
    • October 12, 1953
      October 12, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      10/12/53
      0.0
      Jussi Bjoerling is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Jussi Bjoerling sings "Because" by d'Hardelot, "Angels Guard Thee" from "Jocelyn" by Godard with the Chorus and "Mattinata" by Leoncavallo. The Orchestra performs "I Love a Parade" and "The Toy Trumpet". Jussi closes the program with "Nessun Dorme".
    • August 17, 1953
      August 17, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 51
      8/17/53
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "S'Wonderful", "It's A Grand Night for Singing", "Flower Girls Chorus" and "Printemps qui Commence" from "Samson and Delilah", "Angels of Mercy", "Faust" ballet music, "In the Still of the Night".
    • August 24, 1953
      August 24, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 52
      8/24/53
      0.0
      Leonard Warren is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: "We Sail the Ocean Blue," "A Rovin'," "Soldiers' Chorus," 'Avant de Quitter ces Lieux," 'Whiffenpoof Song," "Drinking Song" from "The Student Prince".
    • November 16, 1953
      November 16, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      11/16/53
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas sings "Mah Lindy Lou" and "The White Dove".
    • November 9, 1953
      November 9, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      11/9/53
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Patrice Munsel sings "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "Je Veux Vivre" and "I Love You".
    • July 13, 1953
      July 13, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 46
      7/13/53
      0.0
      James Melton and harpist Lucille Lawrence are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: James Melton sings "Laura", "Aubade" by Lalo and "A Little Bit of Heaven". James joins the Chorus for Romberg's "Serenade". Harpist Lucille Lawrence offers MacDowell's "To a Wild Rose". Howard Barlow directs the Orchestra in prelude to act 3 of "Lohengrin".moreless
    • June 8, 1953
      June 8, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 41
      6/8/53
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "June is Bustin' Out All Over" "Falling in Love with Love", "La Bamba de Vera Cruz," "Ah, Love But a Day," "The Soldier," "Dance of the Hours," "Gypsy Song" from "Carmen."
    • February 23, 1959
      February 23, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 25
      2/23/59
      0.0
      "From Oklahoma to Music Man" with Soprano Patrice Munsel, singers Dorothy Collins, Alfred Drake and Bill Hayes. Highlights: Patrice and Alfred duet with "We Kiss in the Shadow" from "The King and I". and "On the Street Where You Live" from "My Fair Lady". The Orchestra performs "76 Trombones" from "The Music Man". The entire cast joins in for a "Pajama Game" medley. Selections included are "Oklahoma!", "I Love You", "I'll Never Walk Alone", "You're Just in Love", an assortment of songs from "Call Me Madame", "Carousel" and "Bells Are Ringing".moreless
    • February 11, 1952
      February 11, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      2/11/52
      0.0
      Ferruccio Tagliavini is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Mattinata", "Che Gelida Maxnina", "M'Apparl Tutt" and "Marehaire".
    • January 26, 1959
      January 26, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 21
      1/26/59
      0.0
      "Verdi Night" with Coloratura-soprano Roberta Peters, Mezzo-soprano Blanche Thebom, Tenor Cesare Valletti and Basso Cesare Siepi as the guest soloists. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections from "Rigoletto", "Il Trovatore", "La Traviata" and "Sicillian Vespers".
    • December 31, 1951
      December 31, 1951
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      12/31/51
      0.0
      Igor Gorin is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra.
    • March 12, 1956
      March 12, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 28
      3/12/56
      0.0
      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
    • January 5, 1959
      January 5, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 18
      1/5/59
      0.0
      "A Latin Evening". Jose Greco and his company of Spanish dancers, to be accompanied by a group of flamenco guitarists and singers are the guests. Highlights: Jose Greco dancing while his own singers and musicians perform such tunes as "Cordoba," "Granada," "Castellana," "Pastoral Romance,"and "Wedding Dance."
    • February 10, 1958
      February 10, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 22
      2/10/58
      0.0
      Basso Jerome Hines and soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Jerome Hines sings Cole Porter's "Sing to Me, Guitar" and excerpts from Mozart's "Don Giovanni". Frances Wyatt solos with "Lady of Spain" and "Estrellita" by Ponce.
    • January 19, 1959
      January 19, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 20
      1/19/59
      0.0
      "An Evening with Paul Whiteman". Paul Whiteman is the special guest with pianist Earl Wild and singer Mindy Carson. Paul Whiteman conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Paul Whiteman performs "Rhapsody in Blue". Mindy Carson sings "My Foolish Heart" and "They Can't Take That Away From Me".
    • February 20, 1956
      February 20, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 25
      2/20/56
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "Wedding Dance" by Jacques Press. Cesare Siepi solos with "When Day Is done" by Katscher. The Chorus sings "America the Beautiful" by Ward. Cesare and the Chorus perform "Without You" by Osvardo Farres. Cesare Siepi solos on "Non piu andral" from "Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart. The Orchestra performs "Polka" from "Bartered Bride" by Smetana. Cesare Siepi and the Chorus close with "Thine Alone" from "Eileen" by Victor Herbert.moreless
    • March 16, 1959
      March 16, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 28
      3/16/59
      0.0
      Another concert of first rank played in the Concert Hall. The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormondy. Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Highlights: The Orchestra plays excerpts from Wagner's "Lohengrin" and a beautiful Bach chorale. Eleanor Steber sings arias by Mozart and Charpentier.
    • January 9, 1956
      January 9, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 19
      1/9/56
      0.0
      Coloratura soprano Barbara Gibson is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Barbara Gibson performs "March of the Grenadiers" by Schertzinger, "Song of Love" by Romberg, and an aria from "Lucia di Lammermoor" by Donizetti and "My Hero" by Oscar Strauss.
    • April 21, 1963
      April 21, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 29
      4/21/63
      0.0
      Coloratura-soprano Joan Sutherland is the guest soloist. Richard Bonynge conducts the Orchestra Highlights: Joan sings four arias they are Arne's "The Soldier Tir'd" from Artaxerxes. Rossini's "Bel raggio lusinghier" from Semiramide. Puccini's "Donde lieta usci" from La Boheme. Meyerbeers "O beau pays" from Les Huguenots. The Orchestra performs Donizetti's "Ballet Music" from La Favorita.moreless
    • December 26, 1955
      December 26, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 17
      12/26/55
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • March 3, 1952
      March 3, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 27
      3/3/52
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Il Est Doux, Il Est Bon," "I Dream of You," "Novillero," and Brahms' "Lullaby".
    • May 12, 1963
      May 12, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 32
      5/12/63
      0.0
      The Music of the 1920's with guests mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, singer-actor Alfred Drake, ballerina Roberta Lubell and pianist Coleman Blumfield. Harry John Brown conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Alfred Drake solos with Romberg's "Deep in My Heart" from "Student Prince". Rise Stevens solos with "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" from "Show Boat". Coleman Blumfield plays Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".moreless
    • June 2, 1963
      June 2, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 35
      6/2/63
      0.0
      Tenor Franco Corelli and ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev are the guest soloists. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rudolf Nureyev performs variations from Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty" and Khachaturlan's "Gayne" ballets. Franco Corelli solos with Calaf's first act aria "Non piangere Liu" From Puccini's Turandot.
    • February 17, 1963
      February 17, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 21
      2/17/63
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Blanche Thebom, Italian tenor Aldo Monaco, singer Sally Ann Howes and dancer Edward Villella are the guest soloists. Arthur Fiedler conducts the Orchestra and chorus. Highlights: Sally Ann Howes sings "Isn't It Romantic". Aldo Monaco solos with "If Ever I Would Leave You". Blanche Thebom sings "Farewell to Carthage". Edward Villella performs dance variations of "Swan Lake".moreless
    • February 3, 1963
      February 3, 1963
      Season 11 - Episode 19
      2/3/63
      0.0
      Tenor Ferruccio Tagliavini, Soprano Teresa Stratas and cellist George Ricci are the guest soloists. Milton Katims conducts the Chorus and the Orchestra. Highlights: Teresa Stratas performs "So In Love", "Tu che di gel sei cinta" ("Turandot"). Tagliavini performs "Una furtiva lagrima" (Elixir of Love) and "E lucevan le stelle" (Tosca). Cellist George Ricci plays "Adagio and Rondo". Teresa Stratas and Ferruccio Tagliavini duets "Lontano, lontano" (Mefistofele") and "Ciribiribin".moreless
    • May 4, 1959
      May 4, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 35
      5/4/59
      0.0
      "An Evening With Richard Rodgers" with singers Pat Suzuki, Florence Henderson, Lisa Kirk, Bill Tabbert and James Hurst with special guest Richard Rodgers. Highlights: Composer Richard Rodgers chats with John Daly. Selections performed are "It Might As Well Be Spring," "Where or When," "If I Loved You," "You'll Never Walk Alone", "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered" and "Surrey With the Fringe on Top".moreless
    • January 2, 1956
      January 2, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 18
      1/2/56
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Robert Rounseville sings "The Flower Song" from Carmen, "Night and Day" and "All At Once You Love Her". Metropolitan Opera Prima Ballerina Mary Ellen Moylan also appears.
    • October 21, 1962
      October 21, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 4
      10/21/62
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rosalind Elias, pianist Eugene List, singers Florence Henderson and James Hurst are the guests. Highlights: Rosalind Elias solos with "Gypsy Dance" and "Prelude" from Carmen. Eugene List plays first movement from a Concerto by Franz Liszt. Florence Henderson and James Hurst perform a medley of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Jerome Kern songs.moreless
    • November 18, 1962
      November 18, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 8
      11/18/62
      0.0
      Coloratura Roberta Peters, Basso Jerome Hines and Ballerina Carla Fracci are the guest soloists. Howard Mitchell conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Roberta Peters and Jerome Hines sings arias from "Lakme" and "Boris Godunov". Ballerina Carla Fracci dances to music by Chopin.
    • November 25, 1962
      November 25, 1962
      Season 11 - Episode 9
      11/25/62
      0.0
      Festive and Melodic Tunes for the Holiday as singers Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt and Pianist Byron Janis guest. Franz Allers conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt sings "Look to the Rainbow" and "Merry Widow Waltz". Byron Janis plays a Chopin a waltz and a segment of De Falla's "Three-Cornered Hat". A student male chorus from the Portugal University, the Orfeon of Colmbra sing a trio of songs called "Viera", "Fado" and "Rhapsody Brasilia".moreless
    • December 15, 1958
      December 15, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 15
      12/15/58
      0.0
      "Salute to Tchaikovsky" with Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller, pianist Eugene List, violinist Oscar Shumsky, Nina Novak and George Zoritch of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Mildred Miller solos with "Story of a Starry Night". Eugene List plays Piano Concerto No. 1. Mildred Miller sings "Our Love". Oscar Shumsky performs Violin Concerto in D 3rd Movement. Excerpts from "Swan Lake Ballet" are performed by Nina Novak and George Zoritch.moreless
    • December 8, 1958
      December 8, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 14
      12/8/58
      0.0
      "Waltz Night". Metropolitan opera soprano Hilde Gueden, singers John Raitt and Florence Henderson are the guest soloists. Glenn Osser conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: The Dancers perform the "Merry Widow Waltz". John Raitt sings "Beautiful Lady". Florence Henderson sings "Fascination". Hilde Gueden solos with "Vienna, City of My Dreams". The Orchestra performs "Blue Danube". John Raitt and Florence Henderson duet with "Two Hearts in 3/4 Time". John Raitt solos with "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World". Hilde Gueden sings "Stars In My Eyes". All join in for the finale with "Let Me Call You Sweetheart".moreless
    • April 2, 1956
      April 2, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 31
      4/2/56
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • February 24, 1958
      February 24, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 24
      2/24/58
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Also appearing is pianist George Feyer. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas sings Porter's best loved hit tunes, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy", "Blow, Gabriel, Blow", "Night and Day" and "Begin the Beguine". Other selections included are "Anything Goes", "In the Still of the Night" and "I Love You".moreless
    • September 9, 1957
      September 9, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 1
      9/9/57
      0.0
      Baritone Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The setting is a formal ball. Songs include "Shall We Dance", "September Song", "Estrellita" and "Yours Is My Heart Alone".
    • May 6, 1957
      May 6, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 33
      5/6/57
      0.0
      Tenor Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eugene Conley sings "My Reverie" by Debussy, Clinton; "Moonlight and Roses" by Lemare, Black; and "Isle of May" by Tchaikovsky, Kostelanetz. The Orchestra performs "Drawing Room" by Mozart, Scott and "Polovetzian Dances" by Borodin. The Chorus sings "Chasing Rainbows" by Chopin, Carroll and "Freddy and His Fiddle" by Grieg, Forrest.moreless
    • November 20, 1950
      November 20, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      11/20/50
      0.0
      Tenor Jussi Bjoerling is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Jussi Bjoerling sings "Prayer of Thanksgiving" by Krenzer, "Sylvia," "Autumn and Winter," "Flower Song" from Carmen, "Mattinata," "Story of a Starry Night," and "Neapolitan Love Song."
    • April 7, 1958
      April 7, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 30
      4/7/58
      0.0
      Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Myself When Young", "It Was Written in the Stars" and "Strange Music". Cesare Siepi solos with Rimsky-Korsakov's "Song of the Viking Guest" from Sadko.
    • March 4, 1957
      March 4, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 25
      3/4/57
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The program theme will be "A Week in the Life of Rise Stevens". Among the activities which the famous Mezzo-soprano will recreate are a wardrobe fitting, a concert, a press interview, a television appearance, an operatic performance and a charity ball. Rise Stevens sings "A Dream" by Greig, "You and the Night and the Music" by Arthur Schwartz, "Vissi d'Arte" from "Tosca" by Puccini and "One Night of Love" by Victor Schertzinger. The Orchestra performs "La Danza" by Massenet and Last Movement D Minor Symphony by Frank. The Chorus sings "Who?" by Jerome Kern.moreless
    • September 16, 1957
      September 16, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 2
      9/16/57
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan and Lyric soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: A musical salute to college. Brian Sullivan and Frances Wyatt in a duet from "Show Boat".
    • October 28, 1957
      October 28, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 8
      10/28/57
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: An Evening of Gypsy Music.
    • February 17, 1958
      February 17, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 23
      2/17/58
      0.0
      Tenor Richard Tucker and Soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Richard Tucker solos with "Mattinata" by Leoncavallo, "Heidelberg" by Luders, "Drinking Song" by Sigmund Romberg, "Flower Song" from "Carmen" by Bizet, "This is My Country" by Jacobs and "America the Beautiful" by Ward. Frances Wyatt sings "Foggy Day" by Gershwin. The Chorus performs "Around the World" by Victor Young. The Orchestra plays "Blue Tango" by Leroy Anderson and "Triumphal March" from "Aida" by Verdi.moreless
    • January 13, 1958
      January 13, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 18
      1/13/58
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Mildred Miller sings Mozart's "Voi Che Sapete", Lehar's "I Love You" and a medley of German tunes.
    • January 6, 1958
      January 6, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 17
      1/6/58
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Elaine Malbin sings Rodgers and Hammerstein favorites, "Out of My Dreams" (from Oklahoma!) and "If I Loved You" (from "Carousel"). Pianist George Feyer plays "Isn't It Romantic?" and "Blue Moon" both Rodgers and Hart tunes in a medley.moreless
    • December 9, 1957
      December 9, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 13
      12/9/57
      0.0
      Baritone Robert Merrill is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Merrill sings "Visio- Fugitive" by Massenet, Rodgers' "No Other Love" and "Wunderbar". The orchestra contributes "The Skater's Waltz," and a segment of Tchaikowsky's "Romeo and Juliet"- retitled "Our Love."
    • November 18, 1957
      November 18, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 10
      11/18/57
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin and Bass-baritone from the Chorus William Metcalf are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firstone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Elaine Malbin sings "Baubles, Bangles and Beads" from "And This Is My Beloved" by Moussorgsky-Wright; "Wonderful Guy" by Richard Rodgers; "Jewel Song" from "Faust" by Gounod and "So In Love" by Cole Porter. William Metcalf solos with "Some Enchanted Evening" by Richard Rodgers. The Chorus sing "Broadway Melody" by Nacio Herb Brown. The Orchestra perform "Wedding of the Painted Doll" by Brown and "Ballet Music" from "Faust" by Gounod.moreless
    • November 4, 1957
      November 4, 1957
      Season 9 - Episode 9
      11/4/57
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings Offenbach's "Barcarolle" from "The Tales of Hoffmann" and a medley of pop standards including "Memory Lane" and "Alice Blue Gown". The Orchestra performs the Overture from "Orpheus".
    • May 12, 1958
      May 12, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 35
      5/12/58
      0.0
      Soprano Mildred Miller is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are, "Die Lorelei", "Voi Che Sapete", "Fascination" and "While Hearts Are Singing". The Orchestra plays Strauss' "Explosions Polka" and Wagner's "Dance of the Apprentices".
    • May 19, 1958
      May 19, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 36
      5/19/58
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas the distinguished Welsh-American baritone makes his third appearance of the season in this all-Cole Porter program. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas solos with "I Love You", "In the Still of the Night" and "Night and Day". George Feyer plays a medley of "Anything Goes", "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" and "C'est Magnifique". The Chorus sings "Another Opening, Another Show" and "Be a Clown". The Orchestra performs "Begin the Beguine" and the entire company in a medley of "From This Moment On", "Easy to Love", "Could It Be You?", "I Love Paris" and "So In Love".moreless
    • August 6, 1956
      August 6, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 49
      8/6/56
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Rise Stevens solos with "Lover" by Rodgers and Hart and "Connais Tu le Pays" by Thomas.
    • July 30, 1956
      July 30, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 48
      7/30/56
      0.0
      Tenor Robert Rounseville and Lyric soprano Heidi Krall are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Robert and Heidi duet on "There's No Business Like Show Business" from "Annie Get Your Gun" written by Irving Berlin.
    • November 3, 1958
      November 3, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 9
      11/3/58
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens and tenor Brian Sullivan are the guest soloists. Kurt Adler conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections from Saint-Saens opera "Samson and Delilah" will be performed tonight. Brian Sullivan sings "Arretez, O Mes Freres". Rise Stevens solos with "Amour Viens Aider". Brian and Rise duet with "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice". The Dancers perform to "Bacchanal". Brian and Rise join in for the finale.moreless
    • July 2, 1956
      July 2, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 44
      7/2/56
      0.0
      The annual musical and vocal salute to Independence Day with Metropolitan Opera and concert stars Eugene Conley and Rose Bampton. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and chorus open with "The Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Philip Sousa. Eugene Conley performs "The Pledge to the Flag" arranged by Albert Hay Malotte The Chorus performs "America the Beautiful". The Orchestra performs "Bugler's Holiday" by Leroy Anderson. Eugene Conley and the Chorus perform "God Bless America". Eugene Conley and Rose Bampton perform "Home to Our Mountains" "Il Trovatore" by Verdi (English translation by George and Phyllis Mead). The Orchestra performs "Festival Overture" by Von Weber. Helen Steele, Eugene Conley and the Chorus perform "America Our Heritage".moreless
    • April 30, 1956
      April 30, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 35
      4/30/56
      0.0
      Coloratura soprano Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • April 9, 1956
      April 9, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 32
      4/9/56
      0.0
      Coloratura soprano Patrice Munsel is the guest soloist with Budapest-born concert pianist George Feyer. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "Midnight in Paris" by Herbert Magidson. Patrice Munsel solos with "La Vie En Rose" by Louiguy. George Feyer performs a medley of "Pigalie", "Three Bells", "Darling Je Vous Aime" and "C'est Si Bon". Patrice and the Chorus sing "Strange Music" - Song of Norway, adapted by Wright and Forrest from Griegs "Wedding Day At Troldhaugen". Patrice solos on "Musettas Waltz" from "La Boheme" by Puccini. The Orchestra performs "Clair de Lune" by Claude Debussy. Patrice, the Chorus & George perform "April In Paris" by Vernon Duke.moreless
    • August 13, 1956
      August 13, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 50
      8/13/56
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Brian Sullivan performs "The Girl That I Marry", "Amor, Amor" and "Vesti la Guibba" from Leoncavallo's "Pagaliacci".
    • October 1, 1956
      October 1, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 4
      10/1/56
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Miss Stevens will be made up as Queen Elizabeth I, Madame DuBarry, Joan of Arc and Lillian Russell. The chorus will portray Gibson Girls, and a dancer - as yet unnamed - will perform as Pavlova. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with "Belle of the Ball" by Leroy Anderson. Rise Stevens as Queen Elizabeth I sings "Greensleeves". The Chorus as Gibson Girls perform "Tell Me Pretty Maiden" from "The Flora Dora" by Leslie Stuart. A dancer as Pavlova performs to Chopin "Waltz in C Sharp Minor". Rise Stevens as Madame DuBarry sings "I Give My Heart" from "The DuBarry" by Karl Millecker Rise Stevens as Joan of Arc sings "Adieu Forcis" from "Jeanne d'Arc" by Tchaikovsky. The Orchestra performs the Overture to "Martha" by Von Flowtow. Rise Stevens as Lillian Russell sings "Merry Widow Waltz" from "The Merry Widow" by Franz Lehar.moreless
    • January 28, 1957
      January 28, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 20
      1/28/57
      0.0
      Soprano Elaine Malbin and tenor Giuseppe Campora are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: They will sing highlights from Verdi's "La Traviata".
    • December 24, 1956
      December 24, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 15
      12/24/56
      0.0
      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eight of the World's most beloved Christmas carols will be included in a medley sung by Eleanor Steber, the Chorus and William Metcalf of the chorus who will appear as a soloist.
    • November 12, 1956
      November 12, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 9
      11/12/56
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan and Soprano Frances Wyatt are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and Chorus open with "Strike Up the Band" by Gershwin. Frances Wyatt solos with "Out of My Dreams" from "Oklahoma!" by Rodgers. The Orchestra performs "Fiddle Faddle" by Anderson. Brian Sullivan solos with "They Didn't Believe Me" from "Girl From Utah" by Jerome Kern. Brian, Frances and the Chorus perform "Because You're You" from "The Red Mill" by Herbert. Brian Sullivan and Frances Wyatt duet on "Parlez-Moi de Ma Mere" from "Carmen" by Bizet. The Orchestra performs "Entrance of the Gods Into Valhalla" from "Das Rheingold" by Wagner. Brian Sullivan, Frances Wyatt and the Chorus sing "The Song is You" from "Music in the Air" by Jerome Kern.moreless
    • September 15, 1958
      September 15, 1958
      Season 10 - Episode 2
      9/15/58
      0.0
      Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians present a back-to-college program. Highlights: Selections included are "Whiffenpoof Song", "Gaudeamus Igitur", "Halls of Ivy"", "Toast to Michigan" with a male and female glee club accompaniment.
    • October 15, 1956
      October 15, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 6
      10/15/56
      0.0
      The program will visit musically Ireland, France, Vienna and Italy. Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra open with "Beyond the Blue Horizon" by Whiting and Harling. Dorothy Warenskjold sings "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" from "Finian's Rainbow" by Burton Lane. The Chorus sings "Valentine" by H. Christine. The Orchestra performs "Blue Danube Waltz" by Johann Strauss. Dorothy and the Chorus sing "So In Love" from "Kiss Me Kate" by Cole Porter. Dorothy solos with "Batti, Batti O Bel Masetto" from "Don Giovanni" by Mozart. The Orchestra performs "Finale" Fourth Symphony by Tchaikovsky. Dorothy Warenskjold and the Chorus close with "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World" by John Rox.moreless
    • September 18, 1950
      September 18, 1950
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      9/18/50
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Nadine Conner performs "Indian Love Call", "Irene" and Bizet's "Ouvrez Ton Coeur". Other selections "Flying Down to Rio", You and the Night and the Music" and "L'Amour, Toujours l'Amour".
    • November 23, 1953
      November 23, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      11/23/53
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Dorothy Warenskjold sings "One Kiss," "Jesel Song" from "Faust" and "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come". The Orchestra performs "Begin the Begine" and an Army-Navy medley.
    • November 21, 1955
      November 21, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 12
      11/21/55
      0.0
      Tenor Brian Sullivan is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Brian Sullivan sings "River Shannon Flows" (James J. Russell), "Hymn of Thanksgiving" (Edward Kremser), "Una Furtiva Lagrima" ("L'Elisir d'Amore" Donizetti) and "Night is Young" (Dana Suesse). The Chorus performs "Most Unusual Day" (Jimmie McHugh) and "Home Sweet Home" (H.R. Bishop). The Orchestra performs "Tonight We Love" (Tchaikovsky) and "Dance of the Comedians" (Smetana).moreless
    • September 13, 1954
      September 13, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      9/13/54
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: "Serendade of the Bells", "Through the Years", "This Nearly Was Mine", "Rose Marie", "Oklahoma" and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart".
    • April 13, 1953
      April 13, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 33
      4/13/53
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Songs My Mother Taught Me," "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," "Onward, Christian Soldiers" and "Say Not Love Is a Dream."
    • August 30, 1954
      August 30, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 52
      8/30/54
      0.0
      Brian Sullivan is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • April 20, 1953
      April 20, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 34
      4/20/53
      0.0
      Mimi Benzell is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Cielito Lindo," "Over the Rainbow," "Fiddle Faddle," "Musetta's Waltz," "The Lass with the Delicate Air," "II Guarany" overture, "Siboney".
    • August 16, 1954
      August 16, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 50
      8/16/54
      0.0
      Roberta Peters is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Roberta Peters sings "March of the Grenadiers", "Dearly Beloved", "Caro Nome" and "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life".
    • August 2, 1954
      August 2, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 48
      8/2/54
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Eleanor Steber sings "Summertime", "Un Bel Di" from Puccini's "Madame Butterfly", Seitz's "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise" and "My Hero" from Herbert's "The Chocolate Soldier".
    • July 26, 1954
      July 26, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 47
      7/26/54
      0.0
      Elaine Malbin and Robert Rounsville are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Elaine Malbin and Robert Rounsville sing three duets, "Magic is the Moonlight", "Lihiamo" and "Siboney".
    • September 20, 1954
      September 20, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      9/20/54
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Mildred sings "Speak to Me of Love" by Lenoir, "Vienna, City of Dreams" by Sieczynski, "Gavotte" from Thomas' "Mignon" and "I Love You" by Cole Porter.
    • April 6, 1953
      April 6, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 32
      4/6/53
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Unfold Ye Portals," "Trust in the Lord," "Panis Angelicus," "The Two Grenadiers," "Venusberg Music" and "La Spagnole".
    • January 5, 1953
      January 5, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 19
      1/5/53
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Clavelitos," "At Pawning," "Skaters Waltz," "Vissi d'Art", "Trees", "Festival at Bagdad" and "Love Has Wings".
    • January 12, 1953
      January 12, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 20
      1/12/53
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Softly as in a Morning Sunrise", Gould's "Pavanne", "Salut, Demeure" from Faust, "Cossack Love Song" and a "Merry Widow" medley.
    • January 3, 1955
      January 3, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 18
      1/3/55
      0.0
      Bass-baritone George London is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: George London sings "Believe Me If All Those Endearying Young Charms", "Non piu audrai" from "The Marriage of Figaro". George and the Chorus perform "When I'm Looking At You" from "The Rogue Song" and "For You Alone".moreless
    • December 13, 1954
      December 13, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 15
      12/13/54
      0.0
      Cesar Siepi is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • February 23, 1953
      February 23, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 26
      2/23/53
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Streets of New York" "I Talk to the Trees," "On the Road to Mandalay", "The Rosary," "The Bartered Bride" overture "March of the Men of Harlech".
    • March 23, 1953
      March 23, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 30
      3/23/53
      0.0
      Nadine Conner is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include "Beyond the Blue Horizon", "Out of My Dreams", "Rustle of Spring", "One Fine Day", "In the Gloaming", "Love's Own Sweet Song".
    • October 4, 1954
      October 4, 1954
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      10/4/54
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • May 4, 1953
      May 4, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 36
      5/4/53
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eugene Conley solos on "I Love You" (by Porter), "When I Think Upon the Maidens" (by Head) and the aria "Addio Alla Madre" from Cavalleria Rusticana (by Mascagni). The chorus will join him in "Neapolitan Love Song" (by Herbert).
    • July 5, 1954
      July 5, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 44
      7/5/54
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include works of Berlin, Romberg, Massenet and Cole Porter. Eugene sings "God Bless America" and "Night and Day".
    • June 28, 1954
      June 28, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 43
      6/28/54
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Sing to Me, Guitar", "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice", "Novillero" and "The Waltz Dream". Works include Cole Porter, Camille Saint-Saens, Maria Teresa Lar and Oscar Strauss.
    • September 21, 1953
      September 21, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      9/21/53
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "Donkey Serenade," "September Song," "Syncopated Clock," "Recondita Armenia," "Rose of Tralee."
    • February 15, 1954
      February 15, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      2/15/54
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "It's a Grand Night for Singing", "Musetta's. Waltz," "Home Sweet Home," "No Other Love".
    • February 8, 1954
      February 8, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      2/8/54
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "Homing," "Deh Vieni all Finestra," "You Are the Song in My Heart." "The Lost Chord," "Temptation".
    • January 18, 1954
      January 18, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      1/18/54
      0.0
      Lois Hunt is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "Three Loves Have I", "Addio" from "La Boheme", "Mimi's Farewell", "Molly Malone", "Waltz of the Flowers", "Romany Life" and "Up Boys, Hear the Bugle Blow".
    • October 26, 1953
      October 26, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      10/26/53
      0.0
      Nadine Conner and Robert Rounseville are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Rounseville sings "So in Love". Nadine Conner sings "The World Is Mine Tonight". Nadine and Robert sing "Parle Moi de Ma Mere" from Bizet's "Carmen" and "Deep in My Heart" from Romberg's "Student Prince".
    • November 2, 1953
      November 2, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 9
      11/2/53
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eleanor Steber sings "I'll be Seeing You," "Jealousy", "Manon" gavolie, Bach-Gounod "Ava Maria." "I Love You So".
    • December 21, 1953
      December 21, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      12/21/53
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eleanor Steber sings "Allelulia" from Mozart's "Exultate Jubilate.", "The Friendly Beasts", "Silent Night", "Adeste Fideles" and a Christmas medley are performed.
    • March 1, 1954
      March 1, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 26
      3/1/54
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "In a Little Spanish Town," Schubert's "Serenade," "Men of Harlech," "In the Still of the Night."
    • September 7, 1953
      September 7, 1953
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      9/7/53
      0.0
      Robert Rounseville is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "Strike Up the Band", "Strange Music", "Horse and Buggy", "Then You'll Remember Me", "Pretty Kitty Kelly", "Ritual Fire Dance" and "All the Things You Are".
    • May 25, 1953
      May 25, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 39
      5/25/53
      0.0
      Eleanor Steber is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Paree", "So In Love", "Recessional", "Elsa's Dream", "Stardust" and "My Hero".
    • June 15, 1953
      June 15, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 42
      6/15/53
      0.0
      Rise Stevens is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Rise Stevens sings "Lover Come Back to Me" and the aria "Vio Che Sapete" from "The Marriage of Figaro". The Chorus joins Rise in "Novillero". The Orchestra and Chorus present "The Peanut Vendor" and the "Anvil Chorus". The Orchestra performs "The Merry Wives of Windsor" overture.moreless
    • June 22, 1953
      June 22, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 43
      6/22/53
      0.0
      Mimi Benzell is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Mimi sings "Summertime", "The Blue Danube", "My Laddie", "Love Is Where You Find It" and the aria "Batti, Batti, O Bel Masetto" from Don Giovanni. The Chorus is joined by Mimi in "Love is Where You Find It" and "My Laddie".moreless
    • July 6, 1953
      July 6, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 45
      7/6/53
      0.0

      Barbara Gibson is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra.

      Highlights:
      Barbara Gibson sings "Stars in My Eyes", "Sempre Libera" from La Traviata, "The Swiss Echo Song" and the chorus joins Barbara in "Song of Love" and "Blossom Time".
       The Orchestra performs "Poet and Peasant" overture and the Chorus offers "The Ranger's Song" and "Freddie and His Fiddle".

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    • April 26, 1954
      April 26, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 34
      4/26/54
      0.0
      Mimi Benzell is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Selections include, "Donkey Serenade," "The Swan," "Beyond the Sea," "El Relicario."
    • August 3, 1953
      August 3, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 49
      8/3/53
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas sings "Along the Navajo Trail" by Markes, Charles and DeLange; "This Nearly Was Mine" from "South Pacific" by Rodgers, and "Bendemeer's Stream," an old Irish melody. The chorus will sing "Oklahoma" by Rodgers and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" by Witson and Friedman and with Thomas, "Semper Paratus" by Van Boskerck. The orchestral number will be the "Orpheus" overture by Offenbach.moreless
    • August 31, 1953
      August 31, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 53
      8/31/53
      0.0
      Lois Hunt is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "No Business Like Show Business," "If I Were on the Stage," 'Beautiful Ohio," "Non so Piu," 'Greensleeves," "Italian Street Song."
    • December 15, 1952
      December 15, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 16
      12/15/52
      0.0
      Igor Gorin is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include; "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World," "The Way You Look Tonight," "Musical Snuff Box," "Di Provensa," "The Blind Ploughman" and "Funiculi, Funicula".
    • February 21, 1955
      February 21, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 25
      2/21/55
      0.0
      Mildred Miller and Brian Sullivan are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Mildred sings "Shall We Dance?" from "King and I". Brian solos with "Younger Than Springtime" from "South Pacific". Mildred & Brian duet with "Al Nostri Monu" from Verdi's "Il Trovatore".
    • May 30, 1955
      May 30, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 39
      5/30/55
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner and Tenor Brian Sullivan are the guests. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Emil Markow and Margaret Broderson step out of the Chorus to assist in the "Rigoletto" quartet. Highlights: Brian Sullivan performs "Girls, Girls, Girls" (Lehar) Nadine Conner performs "I Love You So" (Lehar). Duets: "You Are Free" (Viktor Jacobi), "Rigoletto Quartet" (Verdi) and "Serenade" (Romberg). The Orchestra performs a medley "Countess Maritza" (Kalman), Prelude, Act 3 "Lohengrin" (Wagner).moreless
    • May 23, 1955
      May 23, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 38
      5/23/55
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is joined by his wife Lucia Evangelista for two selections. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Jerome Hines performs "Red River Valley" (Traditional) and "Open Road" (Malotte). Jerome and Lucia duet with "La Ci Darem" ("Don Giovanni" Mozart) and "Desert Song" (Romberg). The Chorus sings "El Rancho Grande" (E.D. Uranga) and "Freddy and His Fiddle" (Grieg). The Orchestra performs "Rheinish Symphony" 1st Movement (Schumann).moreless
    • May 9, 1955
      May 9, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 36
      5/9/55
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas performs "Souther Moon" (Victor Herbert), "Dear Hearts, Gentle People" (Sammy Fain), "Drinking Song" ("Hamlet" A. Thomas), and "Night and Day" (Cole Porter). The Orchestra performs "King Cotton March" (Sousa) and "Martha" Overture (Van Flotow).moreless
    • April 25, 1955
      April 25, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 34
      4/25/55
      0.0
      Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • April 4, 1955
      April 4, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 31
      4/4/55
      0.0
      Soprano Nadine Conner is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow and the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: Nadine Conner performs ""The Palms" by Jean Faure, "Prayer" (Cavalleria") by Mascagni, "My Redeemer Liveth" by Handel. The Orchestra and chorus perform "Hosanna" by Jules Granier. The Orchestra performs "Intermezzo" (Cavalleria) by Mascagni and "Procession" ("Parsifal") by Wagner.moreless
    • March 21, 1955
      March 21, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 29
      3/21/55
      0.0
      Elaine Malbin is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • September 22, 1952
      September 22, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      9/22/52
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas sings "My Heart Stood Still," "Another Mile," "Invictus" and "March of the Grenadiers".
    • September 8, 1952
      September 8, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      9/8/52
      0.0
      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Eugene Conley sings "La Donna a Mobile" "Only a Rose," "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life".
    • October 24, 1955
      October 24, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 8
      10/24/55
      0.0
      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra and Chorus perform "Wunderbar" (Kiss Me Kate - Cole Porter). Rise Stevens sings "Speak to Me of Love" (Jean Lenoir) The Orchestra performs "Blue Danube Waltz" (Johann Strauss) Rise Stevens and the Chorus perform "The Night Was Made for Love" (The Cat and the Fiddle - Jerome Kern) Rise Stevens sings "Voi che Sapete" (Marriage of Figaro - Mozart) The Orchestra performs "Ov, Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna" (Von Supper) Rise and the Chorus sing "Vienna, City of My Dreams" (Sieczynski).moreless
    • October 17, 1955
      October 17, 1955
      Season 7 - Episode 7
      10/17/55
      0.0
      Jerome Hines is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • April 28, 1952
      April 28, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 35
      4/28/52
      0.0
      Patrice Munsel is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Patrice Munsel sings "It's a Grand Night for Singing", "Musetta's Waltz", "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair" and "Il Bacio" (The Kiss).
    • August 8, 1955
      August 8, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 49
      8/8/55
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra performs "Comin' Through the Rye" a Scottish Air. Thomas performs "Hills of Home" (Fox). The Orchestra performs "Fiddle Faddle" (Leroy Anderson). Thomas and the chorus sing "What a Difference a Day Makes" (Grever). Thomas sings "Eri Tu" (Masked Ball by Verdi). The Orchestra performs "Ballabile" (Aida by Verdi). Thomas and the Chorus perform "Rose Marie" (Rose Marie by Friml).moreless
    • July 21, 1952
      July 21, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 47
      7/21/52
      0.0
      Mildred Miller is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Mildred Miller sings "I Know Where I'm Going," "Non So Piu" from "The Marriage of Figaro," Schubert's "Ave Maria," and "Love's Roundelay".
    • August 11, 1952
      August 11, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 50
      8/11/52
      0.0
      Robert Rounsevilleis the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Robert Rounseville sings "Falling in Love with Love," "Pourquoi Me Reveiller," "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Charms".
    • December 1, 1952
      December 1, 1952
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      12/1/52
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Thomas L. Thomas sings "The Bells of St. Mary's," "I Got Plenty o' Nothing," Kashmiri Song" and "Rogue Song". Program includes works of Adams, Gershwin, Finden, and Stolhart.
    • February 28, 1955
      February 28, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 26
      2/28/55
      0.0
      Thomas L. Thomas is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
    • January 19, 1953
      January 19, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 21
      1/19/53
      0.0
      Bidu Sayao is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Great Day", "I'll Follow My Secret Heart", "Trumpeter's Lullaby", "Den Vieni non Tardar", "El Piropo" and "They All Dance the Sambu".
    • May 8, 1950
      May 8, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 36
      5/8/50
      0.0
      Baritone Christopher Lynch is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "King Cotton" march, "Kerry Dances", "On the Isle of May", "The Old Turf Fire", "Ballynure Ballad", "A Night on Bald Mountain", Foster medley.
    • May 15, 1950
      May 15, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 37
      5/15/50
      0.0
      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "El Rancho Grande", "Bird Songs at Eventide", "Dance of the Little Slaves", "Every Time We Say Goodbye", "Sing Me to Sleep", "Rienzi" Overture and "Jewel Song" from "Faust".
    • May 22, 1950
      May 22, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 38
      5/22/50
      0.0
      Baritone Thomas L. Thomas and basso Jerome Hines are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Mah Lindy Lou", "You'll Never Walk Alone", Schubert's "Serenade", "Finlandia", "Whiffenpoof Song" and "Song of the Vagabonds".
    • October 22, 1956
      October 22, 1956
      Season 8 - Episode 7
      10/22/56
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      Basso Jerome Hines and pianist Tong II Han are the guest soloists. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Orchestra opens with "La Danza" from "Scenes Napolitaines" by Massenet. Jerome Hines solos with "Serenata" by Tosli. Tong II Han will plays the Waltz in E Minor by Chopin. The Chorus sings "Moonglow" and "Picnic" theme by Will Hudson, Eddie DeLange, Irving Mills and George Duning. Jerome Hines sings "Tambour Major" from "Le Cald" by Thomas. Jerome and the Chorus sing "Eternal Father, Strong to Save" by the Reverend John B. Dykes. Tong II Han plays Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto in G Minor. Jerome Hines and the Chorus close with "You'll Never Walk Alone" from "Carousel" by Rodgers and Hammerstein.moreless
    • May 29, 1950
      May 29, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 39
      5/29/50
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      Mezzo-Soprano Rise Stevens is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Danse Russe Trepak", "O Promise Me", "Humoresque", "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes", "Czardas" from "Coppelia" and a medley from Bizet's "Carmen".
    • June 5, 1950
      June 5, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 40
      6/5/50
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      Tenor Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Eugene Conley sings "M'Appari", "Cossack Love Song", "Ah, Moon of My Delight" and "I'm Falling in Love With Someone".
    • May 1, 1950
      May 1, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 35
      5/1/50
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      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "My Love Loves Me", "Lohengrin" wedding march, "Lovelier Than Ever", "Addio del Passato" and "Sibonar".
    • April 24, 1950
      April 24, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 34
      4/24/50
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      Tenor Lauritz Melchoir is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Lauritz performs Bach-Gounod's "Ave Maria", Rotter's "Spring Came Back to Vienna", Duncan's "Not Enough" and Leoncavallo's "Vesti la Guibba".
    • April 3, 1950
      April 3, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 31
      4/3/50
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      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Unfold, Ye Portals", "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth", Easter scene from "Cavalleria Rusticana", "The Crucifix", Bizet's "The Bells" and "Infammatus" from "Stabat Mater".
    • September 12, 1949
      September 12, 1949
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      9/12/49
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      Baritone Christopher Lynch was scheduled to appear but cancelled due to illness. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are, Cohen medley "I Built a Dream One Day", "Novilliero", "Younger Than Springtime", Grieg's "Norwegian Dance No. 2", "Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms", "Scarf Dance", "Killarney".
    • May 25, 1959
      May 25, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 38
      5/25/59
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      Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, basso Jerome Hines, soprano Heidi Krall and tenor Brian Sullivan are the guest soloists. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Akron Symphony from the University of Akron's Memorial Hall. Highlights: Selections from Rossini to Romberg. Arias from "Faust", "Martha", "Cavalleria Rusticana" and "Le Caid". Richard Tucker's selections are Luters & Romberg medley from the "Prince of Pilson" and "The Student Prince". Rsie Stevens and Heidi Krall perform Bizet's "Flower Song" from "Carmen". Jerome solos wtih Young's "Around the World in Eighty Days." Richard sings "America the Beautiful". The four soloists combine their voices for "Serenada" from "Student Prince".moreless
    • April 10, 1950
      April 10, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 32
      4/10/50
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      Baritone Christopher Lynch is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Little Grey Home in the West", "Molly Malone", "Silent Worship" and "Then You'll Remember Me".
    • April 17, 1960
      April 17, 1960
      Season 1 - Episode 33
      4/17/50
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      Soprano Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "I'll Remember April", "Gavotte" from "Manon", "Song of Songs" and "Laughing Song" from "Die Fledermaus".
    • April 27, 1959
      April 27, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 34
      4/27/59
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      Bizet's Opera "Carmen" with Baritone Robert Merrill, Mezzo-soprano Rosalind Elias and Tenor Nicholai Gedda. Alfred Wallenstein conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Rosalind Elias solos with "Habanera". Robert Merrill solos with "Toreador Aria".
    • January 28, 1952
      January 28, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      1/28/52
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      Eugene Conley is the guest. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Selections include, "Carloca," "On Wings of Song," "Beloved," Heidelberg Stein Song".
    • June 12, 1950
      June 12, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 41
      6/12/50
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      Soprano Nadine Connor is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Camptown Races", "One Kiss", "Amor, Amor", "Gavotte" from "Manon", "Since First I Met Thee", "Dance of the Camoristi" and "Tales of the Vienna Woods".
    • March 5, 1956
      March 5, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 27
      3/5/56
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      Metropolitan Opera coloratura soprano Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: The Chorus and Orchestra perform "California, Here I Come" by Meyer. Roberta Peters sings "Dancing Doll" by Poldini. The Chorus and Orchestra perform "Lovely to Look At" from "Roberta" by Jerome Kern. Roberta Peters and the Chorus sing "No Other Love" from "Me and Juliet" by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Roberta Peters solos with "The Shadow Song" from "Donorah" by Meyerbeer. The Orchestra performs First Movement of Rheinish Symphony by Robert Schumann. Roberta and the Chorus sing "The World Is Mine Tonight" by Posford.moreless
    • July 17, 1950
      July 17, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 46
      7/17/50
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      Basso Jerome Hines is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Firestone Orchestra. Highlights: Selections included are "Ranger's Song", "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody", "Lover", "Wonderful One", "Great Day", "Mephisto's Serenade" and "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning".
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