The Telephone Hour: radio broadcast, 1941-07-14 Additional title: Bell Telephone HourAdditional title: Whoopie Ti Yi YoAdditional title: Get Along Little DoggiesAdditional title: Get along, little dogiesAdditional title: Bell Telephone hour (Radio program)Additional title: Yankee Doodle (Song)Additional title: Marines' hymnAdditional title: Bell Telephone hour (Radio program)
NamesAnderson, Warner, 1911-1976 (Host)Melton, James, 1904-1961 (Performer)White, Francia, 1908-1984 (Performer)Voorhees, Donald (Conductor)Palmer, John F., 1870- (Lyricist)Hart, Lorenz, 1895-1943 (Lyricist)Drigo, Riccardo, 1846-1930 (Composer)Dacre, Harry, 1860-1922 (Composer)Thornton, James, composer (Composer)Ward, Charles B (Composer)Grieg, Edvard, 1843-1907 (Composer)Fernández, Oscar Lorenzo, 1897-1948 (Composer)Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (Composer)Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979 (Composer)Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra (Performer)Bell Telephone Hour Chorus (Performer)National Broadcasting Company (Producer)
The Bell Telephone Hour collection of sound recordings
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1941-07-14
Table of ContentsLink 1: Opening announcement ; Whoopie Ti Yi Yo or Git along, little dogies (also Get along, little dogies) / (Melton, chorus, orchestra) ; Announcement ; Waltz bluette / music by Drigo (orchestra) ; Announcement ; A bicycle built for two / music and words by Dacre (Melton, chorus, orchestra) ; Announcement ; My sweetheart's the man in the moon / music and words by Thornton (White, chorus, orchestra) ; Announcement ; Band played on / music by Ward ; words by Palmer (chorus, orchestra) ; Bell Telephone ad ; Announcement ; To spring (originally for piano) / music by Grieg (orchestra) -- Link 2: Announcement and commentary on Batuque ; Batuque / music by Fernandez (orchestra) ; Announcement ; Elégie / music by Massenet (Melton, orchestra) ; Bell Telephone ad ; "Do you love me?" from revue "Garrick gaieties" / music by Rodgers ; lyrics by Hart (White, Melton, orchestra) ; Closing announcement.
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LK-16 897
TopicsPopular music -- United States -- To 1901Folk songs -- United StatesBallads -- United StatesCowboysDance musicSongs (High voice) with orchestraChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with orchestraSuites (Orchestra)Dance music -- BrazilRevuesRadio programs, MusicalDrigo, Riccardo, 1846-1930. Millions d'Arlequin. Valse bluetteDacre, Harry, 1860-1922. Bicycle built for two; arrangedThornton, James (Composer). My sweetheart's the man in the moon; arrangedWard, Charles B. Band played on; arrangedGrieg, Edvard, 1843-1907. Lyriske stykker, op. 43. Til foråret; arrangedFernández, Oscar Lorenzo, 1897-1948. Reisado do pastoreio. BatuqueMassenet, Jules, 1842-1912. Elegies, medium voice, cello, piano; arrangedRodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. Garrick gaieties (1925) Do you love me (I wonder)
GenresRadio programsMusicRadio commercialsAdvertising
NotesContent: Title and date from original disc label; credits from audition.Source note: Streaming files transferred from original audio discs.Content: Matrix nos: BB27373 C1 (Disc 1, side 1), BB27374 B2 (Disc 1, side 2).Content: "Telephone Hour, Prog 64, part 1; Telephone Hour, Prog 64, part 2"-- On run-out of disc.Performers: Warner Anderson, announcer ; James Melton, tenor ; Francia White, soprano ; Bell Telephone Hour Chorus ; Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra ; Donald Voorhees, conductor.Venue: Broadcast on NBC Radio in New York 1941 July 14.Language: Sung in English and French.Citation/reference: Forms part of: The Bell Telephone Hour collection of sound recordings, *L(Special) 89-33.
Physical DescriptionAudio discExtent: 1 two-sided audio disc (approximately 30 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, vertical cut, mono ; 16 in.
Type of ResourceSound recording
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPG05-A10060NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b16130236MSS Unit ID: 20502RLIN/OCLC: 948824113NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20955102Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): d8555a30-2c7b-0136-8ec7-19a843243fa7
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