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  • Salar
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    Mar 28,  · Sounds of s New York City and More from Folkways Magazine Under a new editor, the latest issue features a day in a dog’s life, audio postcards from around the world and more.
  • Aranos
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    Released in , this collection of twenty evocative folk songs illuminates a perhaps-unrecognizable New York City. In contrast to the nineteenth century world of gang violence, melodrama, corruption, and river pirates they chronicle, these songs are presented with simplicity and charm. For example.
  • Kajigar
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    The Little Orchestra Society has for decades made classical music accessible to New York City kids, but this year it debuts a retooled four-concert series, LOS Kids, aimed exclusively at ages When the season kicks off November 7, it'll feature productions chock-full of robust visuals, dynamic storytelling, video technology and the works of four famous composers, including Mozart.
  • Shaktigar
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    Feb 09,  · Directed by Henry King. With Alice Faye, Fred MacMurray, Richard Greene, Brenda Joyce. Steamboat inventor Robert Fulton shows up in New York in Tavern keeper believes in him, but her boyfriend doesn't. All seems lost when sailors afraid of losing their jobs burn his boat/10().
  • Akisida
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    CD 1 tracks 5, , and 23 were not included in the original LP configurations. CD 2 track 28 (What Is There to Say) is a live orchestrated version from the same tune recorded for Decca and included on CD 1, track 8. Personnel on # Beverly Kenney (vcl), accompanied by Ralph Burns and His Orchestra Recorded in New York City, February 19,
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    Nov 18,  · Cam’ron – “Welcome to New York City” At a time when Roc-A-Fella was New York hip-hop’s most visible entity, hip-hop fans looked to the house that Dame Dash built for an anthem post.
  • Yozshulkree
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    The soundtrack to Ric Burns' six-part PBS documentary New York traces the origins of its citizens and culture through music. Irish and Italian music such as Cherish The Ladies' rendition of the traditional tune "Famine Irish" and the New York Orchestra's performance of Puccini's "O Mio Babbino Caro" represent the heritage of New York City's immigrant population, while marches, ragtime, jazz.
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