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Podcast 011: September Songs - September 30, 2005


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Podcast 011: September Songs - September 30, 2005





It's a melancholy time sometimes.
 The fall, the autumn, the equinox.  What music brings back memories for you of the autumns of your life?  I'll go through some of my favorites.

Opening the show:
 Stan Kenton, the Four Freshmen, and June Christy, "September Song," c.1962.  June Christy persuades her damaged voice to give up one more performance of this classic, originally written for Knickerbocker Holiday by Kurt Weill.  The trombone choir is magnificent.

The Innocence Mission, "Beginning The World," 1989

Paul Desmond, "Autumn Leaves," 1961

John Denver, "Rocky Mountain High," 1971

James Taylor, "Carolina In My Mind," 1972

Antonio Vivaldi, "Winter," from The Four Seasons, concerto for violin.


Again, if you can help with Hurricane Katrina relief, check the September 3 podcast page (one previous to this one) for details on how to give.



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10/01/2005 08:55:34 PM




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