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The following program is distributed by the national educational radio network. The old record box. This program consists primarily of selections played from cylinder records Edison frequently called talking machine. These records were issued in a period extending from the late 1890s. 29 Your host is red herring to. The enticing title of today's program naughty naughty. May be dimmed somewhat by our first number but the spirit may pick up a bit after that. Wedding at the church was composed in 1906 by Fred Levy and Henry path there and was a popular bode well number words and music were enhanced when the singer
appeared as a bride in a dilapidated Bridal Veil carrying a faded bunch of flowers. The song was revived by Mary Martin in the movie Birth of the blues in 1941. Immigrants found a haven in the United States and often made lasting
contributions to our culture. Caro Hosh from Bohemia played for two years as oboist and Victor Herbert's orchestra later became one of America's foremost composers of musical comedies. In one thousand five his operatic Madame Sherry contained an outstanding and long lasting favorite. Every little movement has a meaning of its own. Your song by Fred Potter and the Australian favorite Murray Moore ale. Oh. 916 was a warrior in Europe. And Woodrow Wilson was
busy keeping us out of the law are. Our national thinking was better geared to the theme chosen by Grant Clark and Fred Fisher who expressed the idea quite touchingly in their number. There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl. That is Rice gives us her interpretation on a blue Amber all. Day. Styles change and sometimes come fall cycle. Early
century hats for a women we're liberal in size and prolifically decorated with gorgeous feathers and sometimes the whole bird carcass. Well this was enough inspiration for composers Arthur lamb and Alfred Solomon and one thousand six to leave to posterity this lyrical portrait of a contemporary married damsel and maker announces a song. It is surprising to find a large number of humorous songs springing from World War
One many of which were suitable for public use. John Conrad who is Margie was an immense hit also gave us the enchanting old Frenchy. This was revived in 1945 in the Dolly Sisters a musical singer here is Arthur feels. Now goodbye from your host Fred Harrington. This program was
produced in the studios of W.. This is the national educational radio network.
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The old record box
Naughty! Naughty!
Producing Organization
Flint Board of Education (Flint, Mich.)
Contributing Organization
University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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Episode Description
This program features songs like "Waiting at the Church;" "Every Little Movement Has a Meaning of Its Own;" "There's a Little Bit of Bad in Every Good Little Girl;" and "The Bird on Nellie."
Series Description
Cylinder recordings of music and spoken word from late 1890's to 1929; historic recordings of music and speech.
Media type
Host: Harrington, Fred C.
Producing Organization: Flint Board of Education (Flint, Mich.)
AAPB Contributor Holdings
University of Maryland
Identifier: 67-36-12 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
Duration: 00:13:37
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