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Remembering-- the Navy hour [electronic resource] : commemorating the 50th anniversary of World War II.
imprint
[S.l.] : Altissimo!, [2010]
description
1 online resource.
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imprint
[S.l.] : Altissimo!, [2010]
standard identifier
USA5R0601901
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publisher #
75442270192
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
This is the Navy hour -- Glory of the yankee Navy -- Top of the forties -- We support the war effort -- A salute to Nat King Cole -- Selections from "Carousel" -- Wabash cannonball -- San Antonio rose -- Begin the beguine -- I'll be seeing you -- I found a new baby -- America the beautiful -- Eternal Father -- Victory at sea.
general note
Musical selections reminiscent of the WW II era and patterned after the Navy hour radio broadcasts of that time.
Streaming audio.
performer
United States Navy Band, William J. Phillips, conductor, with various vocal and instrumental groups; Mike Wallace, narrator.
abstract
Musical selections reminiscent of the WW II era and patterned after the Navy hour radio broadcasts of that time.
catalogue key
9781550
date/place of event
In part recorded at George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall, Fairfax, Va., and at the Sail Loft, Washington Navy Yard.

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