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Each song or ditty was prefaced by an author's note which indicated the origin and meaning of the song as well as special interest the song had, musical arrangement, and most of the chorus and verses.
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
he collaborated on a song with William Hartman Woodin, who was Secretary of the Treasury, 1932-33.
Karl played well and his favorite song was a Schubert lullaby.
The song, he said, was called `` The Stream's Lullaby '', and when he sang, `` Gute ruh, Gute ruh, Mach't die augen zu, '' there was such longing and such simple sadness that it frightened me.
Later, when I was older, I found the song was part of Schubert's Die Schone Mullerin.
With shout and slow dance, with tears and song, with scream and contortion, the corner group was beset by hysteria and shivering, wailing, shouting, possession of something that seemed like an alien and outside force.
There was one of the new forte-pianos in the room and, as Claire rose to go, he asked her to sing him one song before she left.
There was about that song something incandescent, for this Brahms was Milstein at white heat.
To help him on this religious aspect of primitive jazz he had `` Big '' Miller, as a preacher-singer and Hannah Dean, Gospel-singer, while Oscar Brown Jr., an extremely talented young man, did a slave auctioneer's call, a field-hands' work song, and a beautifully sung Negro lullaby, `` Brown Baby '', which was one of the truly moving moments of the festival.
( Still another song in `` Strike Up The Band '' -- `` I've Got A Crush On You '' -- was retrieved from a 1928 failure, `` Treasure Girl ''.
and the incisive style with which Charlotte Rae delivers the top-drawer Hart lyrics of `` I Blush '', a song that was cut from `` A Connecticut Yankee ''.
it was the theme song of millions of American people, their personal problems no less urgent than those of the government.
Ward died in 1903, not knowing the national stature his music would attain, as the music was only first applied to the song in 1904.
At various times in the more than 100 years that have elapsed since the song was written, particularly during the John F. Kennedy administration, there have been efforts to give " America the Beautiful " legal status either as a national hymn, or as a national anthem equal to, or in place of, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", but so far this has not succeeded.
When Richard Nixon visited China in 1972, this song was played as the welcome music.
Popularity of the song increased greatly following the September 11, 2001 attacks ; at some sporting events it was sung in addition to the traditional singing of the national anthem.
He also performed the song on Red Sox opening day at Fenway Park in 2003, though the game was eventually rained out.
A tradition at one time observed on this day in England was to leave out soul cakes and sing a song for the dead.
The song " The Raven " featured lead vocals by the actor Leonard Whiting, and, according to the 2007 remastered album liner notes, was the first rock song to use a digital vocoder, with Alan Parsons speaking lyrics through it.

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Certainly not in Orchestra Hall where he has played countless recitals, and where Thursday night he celebrated his 20th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing the Brahms Concerto with his own slashing, demon-ridden cadenza melting into the high, pale, pure and lovely song with which a violinist unlocks the heart of the music, or forever finds it closed.
Charles ' recording is very commonly played at major sporting and entertainment events, such as the Super Bowl, and WrestleMania 2 ; Charles gave a live performance of the song prior to Super Bowl XXXV, the last Super Bowl played before the September 11 terrorist attacks, as well as during Game 2 of the 2001 World Series after the attacks.
The one occasion where the band was introduced as " The Alan Parsons Project " in a live performance was at Night of the Proms 1990 ( at the time of the group's break-up ), featuring all Project regulars except Woolfson who was present but behind the scenes, while Parsons stayed at the mixer except during the last song, where he played acoustic guitar.
" Gradually and unexpectedly, the song began to be played on the radio, and then be requested.
Notable among a number of songs commonly played and sung at various events such as commencement, convocation, and athletic games are: Stand Up and Cheer, the Acadia University fight song.
The group recorded lead singer Matt Thiessen making drum noises and played them with electronic drums to make the song.
The series generally featured no country music beyond the bluegrass banjo theme song, although country star Roy Clark and the team of Flatt and Scruggs occasionally played on the program.
The soundtrack does not include every song played in the film, which also included " In the Wind " by War Babies and " Inner Mind " by Eon.
The theme from Field of Dreams was played at the last game at Memorial Stadium in 1991, and the song " Magic to Do " from the stage musical Pippin was used that season to commemorate " Orioles Magic " on 33rd Street.
During the Orioles ' heyday in the 1970s, a club song, appropriately titled " Orioles Magic ", was composed, and played when the team ran out until Opening Day of 2008.
Starting the following game, the song ( a favorite among many fans, who appreciated its references to Wild Bill Hagy and Earl Weaver ) was only played ( along with a video featuring several Orioles stars performing the song ) after wins.
( This initial version of the song played more slowly and about half an octave higher than the later hit version.
* In the movie Wag the Dog, the fictitious unit 303 Special Forces has a song created titled " The Men of the 303 " that is played to a deliberately similar but original tune written by Huey Lewis for the film.
* In the film Caddyshack, Carl Spackler, played by Bill Murray, mumbles the song under his breath while he is connecting the wires to the plunger as he prepares for his final battle with his gopher nemesis.
Common traits include fast tempos, shrieked vocals, highly distorted guitars played with tremolo picking, blast beat drumming, raw recording and unconventional song structures.
They performed the song " Too Hot ta Trot " during the dance contest ; their songs " Brick House " and " Easy " were also played during the movie.
This song was also covered by Jimmy Buffett and is commonly played at his concerts.
Björk also made extensive use of and even played the instrument herself on the song " My Juvenile " of her 2007 album Volta.
He is also well known for his song " Yankee Doodle Dixie ", in which he played " Yankee Doodle " and " Dixie " simultaneously, on the same guitar.
The reference is to a lounge cover of the song, recorded by the band Nouvelle Vague, played during a scene in the Planet Terror segment of Grindhouse, although no rape takes place, and in fact the would-be rapist is killed by the would-be victim.
In addition, the band has played a reworked version of their song " MTV Get Off the Air ", re-titled " MP3 Get Off the Web ", with lyrics criticizing music piracy.

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