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Re: [ARSCLIST] Thesaurus transcription wanted...
On the serious side , I hope your mom is coming along well. And please
give her my best.
Come when you can. Family comes first, naturally.
>>> rjhodge@xxxxxxx 6/27/2006 10:02 AM >>>
Yeah , You gather !! Whatsit to ya?
Wanna make something of it?
Caesar Enrico Bandello
>>> dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx 6/26/2006 6:23 PM >>>
I gather I'm to be the conduit for this priceless collectors item once
it to Syracuse on my next scavenger hunt (which has been postponed
Robert Hodge wrote:
> Somone has pencilled in the name " Joseph Mayseder" after the title
> for" The Tempest".
> Similarly, Offenbach (of course) has been pencilled in after La
> Helene Selections and " Zeller's Bird Seller " after" Song Of The
> Also after each title:
> (:06-2 3/4 - 3:25)
> ( :07- 3 1/2 -2:00 )
> ( :06-3-3:10 )
> I know you'd see all this for yourself after the record made it to
> , but I thought you might find it interesting anyway.Nothing else of
> note on the Symphony or Military Band side.
> Robert Hodge,
> Senior Engineer
> Belfer Audio Archive
> Syracuse University
> 222 Waverly Ave .
> Syracuse N.Y. 13244-2010
> 315-443- 7971
> >>> gn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 6/26/2006 2:54 PM >>>
> Robert Hodge wrote:
> > What's on it ?
> The content is:
> Side 1 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
> a. The Tempest
> b. La Belle Helene: Selections
> c. Song of the Roses
> Side 2 MILITARY BAND
> h. Song to the People
> j. Over The Waves
> k. Naila
> I suspect that track 'a', "The Tempest" is really a piece by Joseph
> Hellmesberger (1828-1893). The actual German title is
> translated as Storm Scene.
> The "Symphony Orchestra" may have been members of the NBC Symphony,
> may have taken liberties with the original Hellmesberger score.
> This piece may be one of many Thesaurus tracks that found it's way
> stock mood music library prepared by Thesaurus for the Lone Ranger
> radio show.
> It has a "stagecoach chase" ambience which is a typical scene that
> the show
> producers used it for.
> The ultimate intent is to produce a multi CD set of ALL the music
> was used
> in this special library that was prepared for the Lone Ranger radio
> show. It
> has all been identified and written about in a book "The Mystery of
> Man's Music" by my partner in this project, Reginald M. Jones Jr.
> by Scarecrow Press of Metuchin N.J. (ISBN 0-8108-1982-1)
> ... Graham Newton
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