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Brass, Reeds, and Percussion: May 16, 2020

Today’s edition of Brass, Reeds, and Percussion opens with a 1932 hit written by Harry Warren and Al Dubin. It’s called “You’re Getting To Be a Habit With Me.” It was one of three songs by Warren and Dubin composed for the film musical 42nd Street. Warren was of Italian descent, born in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1893. He composed mostly for film, but 112 of his songs not only appeared in movies but also in Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. Dubin was born in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1891. He and his family immigrated to the United Statets when he was 2 years old. He wrote music for Broadway and Hollywood.

  1. You're Getting To Be a Habit With Me
    Composer:  Harry Warren (music, 1893-1981) & Al Dubin (lyricist, 1891-1945)
    Performer:  West End Jazz Band
    Album:  Still in the '20s: Hot Dance, Vol. II
     
  2. Winter Storms Waltz
    Composer:  Julius Fucik (1872-1916)
    Performer:  Wind Philharmonic Mozarteum Salzburg
    Album:  Sound of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
     
  3. High Noon (1952 movie)
    Composer:  Dmitri A. Tomkin (1894-1979)
    Performer:  Royal Band of Belgian Navy
    Album:  Film Music, Vol. 1
     
  4. Romance from "The Gadfly" (1955 Russian film)
    Composer:  Dmitri Shostakovitch (1906-1975)
    Performer:  Royal Band of Belgian Navy
    Album:  Film Music, Vol. 1
     
  5. Metro Gnome
    Composer:  Derek Bourgeois (1941-2017)
    Performer:  Royal Netherlands Army Fanfare Orchestra
    Album:  Once I Was a Dreamer
     
  6. Overture from "Pique Dame" (1864)
    Composer:  Franz von Suppe (1819-1995)
    Performer:  Wind Philharmonic Mozarteum Salzburg
    Album:  Sound of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
     
  7. Bist Du Bei Mir (Are You With Me)
    Composer:  Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel (1690-1740)
    Performer:  Elbeblech
    Album:  As Good as Bach
     
  8. Military March
    Composer:  Camille Saint Saens (1835-1921)
    Performer:   Paris Police Band
    Album:  Grand Concert Marches
     
  9. Heroic March (1871)
    Composer:   Camille Saint Saens
    Performer:  Paris Police Band
    Album:  Grand Concert Marches
     

Air Date: 

Saturday, May 16, 2020

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