Cavalcade Of American Music: Highlights of the 1940 Golden Gate Exposition > Concert Cast


Recording Details

Date
September 24, 1940
Type
Audio / Concert Cast
Method
Live
Language
English
Location
US / CA / San Francisco
Music
Harold Arlen (565), Irving Berlin (692), Nacio Herb Brown (132), Hoagy Carmichael (121), Frank E. Churchill, George M. Cohan (59), Peter DeRose (5), Walter Donaldson (114), William C. Handy, Billy Hill (2), Joseph E. Howard (14), Jerome Kern (647), Jimmy McHugh (228), James V. Monaco (54), Harold Orlob (2), Ralph Rainger (67), Harry Revel (72), Sigmund Romberg (189), Harry Ruby (61), Jean Schwartz (19), David Stamper, Albert Von Tilzer (17), Harry Warren (356), Vincent Youmans (164)
Lyrics
Frank Adams, Stanley Adams (6), Gene Buck (13), Frank Churchill (49), George M. Cohan (59), Peter DeRose (5), Dorothy Fields (368), Arthur Freed (143), Mack Gordon (189), Oscar Hammerstein II (884), Otto Harbach (220), Billy Hill (2), Will Hough, William Jerome (7), Gus Kahn (226), Bert Kalmar (55), Joseph McCarthy (52), Johnny Mercer (493), Jack Norworth (10), Leo Robin (210), Ann Ronell [1] (17), George Whiting (8), Rida Johnson Young (42)
Producer
Robert W. Stern (3)
Liner Notes
Stuart Triff (8)
Conductor
Howard Hanson — evening concert, Eugene Heyes — afternoon concert
Performer
Irving Berlin (692), Hoagy Carmichael (121), George M. Cohan (59), Arthur Freed (143), Judy Garland (469), Mack Gordon (189), Billy Hill (2), Joe Howard (14), Bert Kalmar (55), Tony Martin (131), Johnny Mercer (493), Leo Robin (210), Ann Ronell [1] (17), Harry Ruby (61), John Charles Thomas (14), Albert Von Tilzer (17)
Musician
San Francisco Symphony (3)
Notes
The afternoon concert (Disc 1) took place at the open-air stage in Golden Gate International Exposition Federal Plaza on Treasure Island in San Francisco on Tuesday September 24, 1940. The evening concert (Discs 2-4) was held indoors at the California Coliseum on the same day. Features performances by 25 famous songwriters and the San Francisco Symphony. These concerts were transcribed for radio but not broadcast.
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Releases (2)

Title
Carousel Of American Music: The Fabled 24 September 1940 San Francisco Concerts
Format
4-CD
Label
Music & Arts Program CD-971
Released
1997-05-20
Barcode
017685097126
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David A. Banks
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Disc 1:
01. Gene Buck Intro - Deems Taylor Intro
02. When Johnny Comes Marching Home -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Howard Hanson
03. Deems Taylor Intro
04. Overture [CAPONSACCHI] -- Conducted by the composer, Richard Hageman
05. Carnival Music [CAPONSACCHI] -- Conducted by the composer, Richard Hageman
06. Deems Taylor Intro
07. Dark Dancers of the Mardi Gras -- Charles Wakefield Cadman (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
08. Deems Taylor Intro
09. Entrance of the Carriers from LA GUIBALESSE -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer, William Grant Still
10. Deems Taylor Intro
11. 2nd Movement -- G Minor Symphony "Song of a New Race" -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer, William Grant Still
12. 3rd Movement -- G Minor Symphony "Song of a New Race" -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer, William Grant Still
13. Deems Taylor Intro
CIRCUS DAY (composed by Deems Taylor):
14. Introduction/Street Parade -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
15. Big Top/Main Event/Bareback Riders -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
16. Chariot Races -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
17. Lions -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
18. Elephants -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
19. Tightrope Walker -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
20. Jugglers -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
21. Clowns -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
22. Finale -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
Disc 2:
01. Gene Buck Intermission Talk
02. Marshall Dill Intro
03. Gene Buck Intro
04. Stars and Stripes Forever -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Howard Hanson
05. Intro to Victor Herbert Tribute
06. Gypsy Love Song [THE FORTUNE TELLER] -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eugene Hayes
07. Kiss Me Again [MLLE. MODISTE] -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eugene Hayes
08. March of the Toys [BABES IN TOYLAND] -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eugene Hayes
09. Gene Buck Intro
10. Smiles [THE PASSING SHOW OF 1918] -- Lee Roberts (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
11. Gene Buck Intro
12. Love in Bloom [film SHE LOVES ME NOT] -- Ralph Rainger (composer, piano), Leo Robin (lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
13. Gene Buck Intro
14. Take Me Out to the Ball Game -- Albert Von Tilzer (composer, piano & vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
15. Gene Buck Intro
16. Last Roundup -- Billy Hill (composer/lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
17. Gene Buck Intro
18. Some of These Days -- Shelton Brooks (composer/lyricist, vocal, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
19. Gene Buck Intro
20. Over the Rainbow [film, THE WIZARD OF OZ] -- Harold Arlen (composer, piano), Judy Garland (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
21. Gene Buck Intro
22. My Melancholy Baby -- Ernie Burnett (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
23. Gene Buck Intro
24. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee -- L. Wolfe Gilbert (lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
25. Gene Buck Intro
26. Three Little Words [film, CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK] -- Bert Kalmar (lyricist, vocal), Harry Ruby (composer, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
27. Gene Buck Intro
28. My Blue Heaven -- Walter Donaldson (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
29. My Buddy -- Walter Donaldson (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
30. Gene Buck Intro
31. End of a Perfect Day -- Carrie Jacobs Bond (composer/lyricist, piano), Allan Linquist (vocal)
32. Flying Flag -- Carrie Jacobs Bond (composer/lyricist, piano), Allan Linquist (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Disc 3:
01. Gene Buck Intro
02. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? [film, THE THREE LITTLE PIGS] -- Ann Ronell (composer, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
03. Gene Buck Intro
04. Singin' in the Rain [film, HOLLYWOOD REVUE OF 1929)-- Arthur Freed (lyricist, piano, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
05. Gene Buck Intro
06. You Made Me Love You [THE HONEYMOON EXPRESS] -- James V. Monaco (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
07. Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga -- James V. Monaco (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
08. Gene Buck Intro
09. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? [THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT] -- Joe Howard (composer, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
10. Good Bye, My Lady Love -- Joe Howard (composer/lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
11. Gene Buck Intro
12. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes [ROBERTA] -- Jerome Kern (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
13. Gene Buck Intro
14. All the Things You Are [VERY WARM FOR MAY] -- Jerome Kern (composer, piano), Tony Martin (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
15. All the Things You Are (Reprise) [VERY WARM FOR MAY] -- Jerome Kern (composer, piano), Tony Martin (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
16. Gene Buck Intro
17. Sweet Adeline -- Harry Armstrong (composer, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
18. Gene Buck Intro
19. Lover, Come Back to Me [THE NEW MOON] -- Sigmund Romberg (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
20. Will You Remember? (or, Sweetheart) [MAYTIME] -- Sigmund Romberg (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
21. One Alone [THE DESERT SONG] -- Sigmund Romberg (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
22. Gene Buck Intro of Tribute to the Late George Gershwin
23. Summertime [PORGY AND BESS] -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
24. I Got Rhythm [GIRL CRAZY] -- San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin McArthur
25. Gene Buck Intro
26. Jeepers Creepers [film, GOING PLACES] -- Harry Warren (composer, piano), Johnny Mercer (lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
27. Gene Buck Intro
28. I Can't Give You Anything But Love [DELMAR'S REVELS] -- James McHugh (composer, piano. vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
29. Gene Buck Intro
30. Stardust -- Hoagy Carmichael (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
31. Gene Buck Intro
32. Little Old Lady [THE SHOW IS ON] -- Hoagy Carmichael (composer, piano, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Disc 4:
01. Gene Buck Intro
02. Deep Purple - Peter De Rose (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
03. Gene Buck Intro of Medley: Have You Ever Been Lonely? / When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver / Somebody Loves You -- Peter De Rose (composer, piano, vocal), May Singhi Breen (Mrs. De Rose, vocal)
04. Gene Buck Intro
05. Mack Gordon Medley: Time on My Hands [SMILES] / Stay as Sweet as You Are [film COLLEGE RHYTHM] / Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? [film, SITTING PRETTY] - Mack Gordon (lyricist, vocal), Harry Warren (piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
06. Gene Buck Intro
07. Chinatown, My Chinatown -- Jean Schwartz (composer, piano), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
08. Gene Buck Intro
09. St. Louis Blues -- W.C. Handy (composer, cornet solo), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
10. Gene Buck Intro
11. Home on the Range -- John Charles Thomas (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
12. Mighty Lak a Rose -- John Charles Thomas (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
13. Ol' Man River [SHOW BOAT] -- Jerome Kern (composer, piano), John Charles Thomas (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
14. Intro/Sally Won't You Come Back [ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1921] -- David Stamper (composer, piano), John Charles Thomas (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
15. Gene Buck Intro
16. The Lord's Prayer -- John Charles Thomas (vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Albert Hay Malotte (composer)
17. John Charles Thomas Speaks - Gene Buck Extro
18. Gene Buck Intro
19. Medley: Give My Regards to Broadway [LITTLE JOHNNY JONES] / Yankee Doodle Boy [LITTLE JOHNNY JONES] / You're a Grand Old Flag [GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR.] -- George M. Cohan (composer/lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
20. Gene Buck Intro
21. Over There -- George M. Cohan (composer/lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
22. Concluding Remarks/Intro
23. God Bless America -- Irving Berlin (composer/lyricist, vocal), San Francisco Symphony Orchestra conducted by Howard Hanson
24. Exit request by Gene Buck
Format
LP
Label
Ariel Records CAM 11
Released
1982
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Side A:
1. A Cohen Medley: Give My Regards To Broadway / Yankee Doodle Dandy / You're A Grand Old Flag / Over There - Sung by George M. Cohan
2a. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now?
2b. Goodbye My Lady Love - Sung by Joe Howard
3. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - Sung and played by Albert Von Tilzer
4. Chinatown, My Chinatown - Jean Schwartz at the piano
5. You Made Me Love You - James Monaco at the piano
6. St. Louis Blues - William C. Handy
7a. My Blue Heaven
7b. My Buddy - Walter Donaldson at the piano
8. Sally, Won't You Come Back? - Sung By John Charles Thomas. Dave Stamper at the piano
9a. Lover Come Back To Me
9b. Will You Remember? - Sigmund Romberg at the piano
10. Singin' In The Rain - Sung By Arthur Freed
11. I Can't Give You Anything But Love - Jimmy McHugh at the piano
Side B:
1a. Smoke gets In Your Eyes - Jerome Kern at The Piano
1b. All The Things You Are - Sung by Tony Martin. Jerome Kern at the piano
2. Three Little Words - Sung by Bert Kalmar & Harry Ruby. Harry Ruby at the piano
3. Over The Rainbow - Sung by Judy Garland. Harold Arlen at the piano
4a. Time On My Hands
4b. Love Thy Neighbor
4c. Did You Ever See A Dream Walking - Sung by Mack Gordon. Harry Warren at the piano
5. Love In Bloom - Sung by Leo Robin. Ralph Rainger at the piano
6. Jeepers Creepers - Sung by Johnny Mercer. Harry Warren at the piano
7. Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf? - Sung & Played by Ann Ronell
8a. Stardust
8b. Little Old Lady - Played & Sung by Hoagy Carmichael
9. The Last Roundup - Sung by Billy Hill
10. Deep Purple - Peter De Rose at the piano
11. God Bless America - Sung by Irving Berlin

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