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The More I See You

“The More I See You” was composed by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon in 1945. It is considered a jazz standard and part of the “American Songbook”. 93 more words


Wonderland by Night

“Wonderland by Night” was #1 hit for Bert Kaempfert in 1961. I was a bit surprised when I ran across this tune. I’m not sure I remember it. 54 more words


Call Me

“Call Me” is probably best known as a 1966 hit recording by Chris Montez. However, it was originally written for Petula Clark by songwriter Tony Hatch — who also penned “Downtown”, “I Know a Place”, and “Don’t Sleep in the Subway, Darling”. 15 more words


KSO This Thursday/Friday: Smetana, Sibelius, Dvorak

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
Guest conductor: Andrew Grams

“Sarka” from Smetana’s Ma Vlast
Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D Minor (violin soloist Bella Hristova)

Dvorak: Symphony No. 193 more words

Classical Music

The Girls

“The Girls” was originally a track from a 1962 EP (Extended Play) recording by the Shadows. The music on this EP were part of the soundtrack for a 1962 movie called “The Boys”, in which a  night watchman at a garage is found murdered, and four… 52 more words