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Meredith Willson's Music Room Script, October 17, 1951

<i>Meredith Willson's Music Room</i> Script, October 17, 1951

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<i>Meredith Willson's Music Room</i> Script, October 17, 1951

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<i>Meredith Willson's Music Room</i> Script, October 17, 1951

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<i>Meredith Willson's Music Room</i> Script, October 17, 1951

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Description

Typed script for the episode of Meredith Willson's Music Room radio program that aired on October 17, 1951. Willson's honored guest was the composer David Tamkin. Featured music on this episode included Tony Martin singing "Domino," June Valli and the Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra's "Always Always," Dennis Day singing "Never," Ralph Flanagan's rendition of the blues theme from "An American in Paris," Dinah Shore's "Lie-de-Lie," Tony Bavaar singing "Carino mio," "Laura Lee," 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 October 17, 1951. Willson's honored guest was the composer David Tamkin. Featured music on this episode included Tony Martin singing "Domino," June Valli and the Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra's "Always Always," Dennis Day singing "Never," Ralph Flanagan's rendition of the blues theme from "An American in Paris," Dinah Shore's "Lie-de-Lie," Tony Bavaar singing "Carino mio," "Laura Lee," 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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