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Meredith Willson's Music Room Script, March 14, 1953

<i>Meredith Willson's Music Room</i> Script, March 14, 1953

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Description

Typed script for the episode of Meredith Willson's Music Room radio program that aired on March 14, 1953. Willson exchanges banter with his anchor Ken Banghart and shares listener responses to a previous Mystery Masterpiece, a section of Gavin Gordon's The Rake's Progress. Featured music on this episode included "High Noon" performed by Billy May, J. S. Bach's Prelude No. 9 in E performed by Wanda Landowska, John Raitt singing "Because You're Mine," a toccata by Sergei Prokofiev, Tony Martin's recording of "The Golden Years," "The Train to Kimberley" by Josef Marais and Miranda, an excerpt from Emmanuel Chabrier's Suite Pastorale, and the closing theme of Willson's "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You." The script includes handwritten corrections and additions.


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Description

Typed script for the episode of Meredith Willson's Music Room radio program that aired on March 14, 1953. Willson exchanges banter with his anchor Ken Banghart and shares listener responses to a previous Mystery Masterpiece, a section of Gavin Gordon's The Rake's Progress. Featured music on this episode included "High Noon" performed by Billy May, J. S. Bach's Prelude No. 9 in E performed by Wanda Landowska, John Raitt singing "Because You're Mine," a toccata by Sergei Prokofiev, Tony Martin's recording of "The Golden Years," "The Train to Kimberley" by Josef Marais and Miranda, an excerpt from Emmanuel Chabrier's Suite Pastorale, and the closing theme of Willson's "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You." The script includes handwritten corrections and additions.


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