The Voice of Firestone - Season 7

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Episode Guide

  • September 3, 1956
    September 3, 1956
    Episode 53
    9/3/56
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    Pianist George Feyer is the guest soloist. Wilfred Pelletier conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • August 27, 1956
    August 27, 1956
    Episode 52
    8/27/56
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    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
  • August 13, 1956
    August 13, 1956
    Episode 50
    8/13/56
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    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".
  • August 6, 1956
    August 6, 1956
    Episode 49
    8/6/56
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    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
    Episode 48
    7/30/56
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    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.
  • July 23, 1956
    July 23, 1956
    Episode 47
    7/23/56
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    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
  • July 16, 1956
    July 16, 1956
    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
  • July 9, 1956
    July 9, 1956
    Episode 45
    7/9/56
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    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 2, 1956
    July 2, 1956
    Episode 44
    7/2/56
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    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
  • June 25, 1956
    June 25, 1956
    Episode 43
    6/25/56
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    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 18, 1956
    June 18, 1956
    Episode 42
    6/18/56
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    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
  • June 11, 1956
    June 11, 1956
    Episode 41
    6/11/56
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    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 4, 1956
    June 4, 1956
    Episode 40
    6/4/56
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    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
  • May 28, 1956
    May 28, 1956
    Episode 39
    5/28/56
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    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
  • May 21, 1956
    May 21, 1956
    Episode 38
    5/21/56
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    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 14, 1956
    May 14, 1956
    Episode 37
    5/14/56
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    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
  • May 7, 1956
    May 7, 1956
    Episode 36
    5/7/56
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    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
  • April 30, 1956
    April 30, 1956
    Episode 35
    4/30/56
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    Coloratura soprano Roberta Peters is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • April 23, 1956
    April 23, 1956
    Episode 34
    4/23/56
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    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
  • April 16, 1956
    April 16, 1956
    Episode 33
    4/16/56
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    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".
  • April 9, 1956
    April 9, 1956
    Episode 32
    4/9/56
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    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
  • April 2, 1956
    April 2, 1956
    Episode 31
    4/2/56
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    Basso Cesare Siepi is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • March 26, 1956
    March 26, 1956
    Episode 30
    3/26/56
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    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
  • Springtime U.S.A.
    Springtime U.S.A.
    Episode 29
    3/19/56
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    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
  • March 12, 1956
    March 12, 1956
    Episode 28
    3/12/56
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    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
  • March 5, 1956
    March 5, 1956
    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
  • February 27, 1956
    February 27, 1956
    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 20, 1956
    February 20, 1956
    Episode 25
    2/20/56
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    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
  • February 13, 1956
    February 13, 1956
    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
    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".
  • January 30, 1956
    January 30, 1956
    Episode 22
    1/30/56
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    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".
  • January 23, 1956
    January 23, 1956
    Episode 21
    1/23/56
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    Lyric soprano Dorothy Warenskjold is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • January 16, 1956
    January 16, 1956
    Episode 20
    1/16/56
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    Metropolitan Opera tenor Eugene Conley is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • January 9, 1956
    January 9, 1956
    Episode 19
    1/9/56
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    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.
  • January 2, 1956
    January 2, 1956
    Episode 18
    1/2/56
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    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.
  • December 26, 1955
    December 26, 1955
    Episode 17
    12/26/55
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    Patrice Munsel is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • December 19, 1955
    December 19, 1955
    Episode 16
    12/19/55
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    Eleanor Steber is the guest soloist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus. Highlights: A Christmas Carol medley chosen by viewers is performed.
  • December 12, 1955
    December 12, 1955
    Episode 15
    12/12/55
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    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".
  • December 5, 1955
    December 5, 1955
    Episode 14
    12/5/55
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    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".
  • November 28, 1955
    November 28, 1955
    Episode 13
    11/28/55
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    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
  • November 21, 1955
    November 21, 1955
    Episode 12
    11/21/55
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    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
  • November 14, 1955
    November 14, 1955
    Episode 11
    11/14/55
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    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
  • November 7, 1955
    November 7, 1955
    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
  • October 31, 1955
    October 31, 1955
    Episode 9
    10/31/55
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    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
  • October 24, 1955
    October 24, 1955
    Episode 8
    10/24/55
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    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
    Episode 7
    10/17/55
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    Jerome Hines is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • October 10, 1955
    October 10, 1955
    Episode 6
    10/10/55
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    Mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • October 3, 1955
    October 3, 1955
    Episode 5
    10/3/55
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    Metropolitan Opera baritone Robert Merrill is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • September 26, 1955
    September 26, 1955
    Episode 4
    9/26/55
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    Coloratura Dolores Wilson and baritone Theodor Uppman are the guest performers Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • September 19, 1955
    September 19, 1955
    Episode 3
    9/19/55
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    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
  • September 12, 1955
    September 12, 1955
    Episode 2
    9/12/55
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    Thomas L. Thomas is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
  • September 5, 1955
    September 5, 1955
    Episode 1
    9/5/55
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    Elaine Malbin is the guest vocalist. Howard Barlow conducts the Orchestra and Chorus.
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