Sunday Gramophone - Beethoven: Serenade Op. 8 - Paul Hindemith - Szymon Goldberg - Emanuel Fuermann - 1934
(Paul Hindemith - A composers take on Beethoven) Some of my favorite records are ones where the composer is performer, not necessarily of his own work, but of others. Many times it's a fascinating experience and a different take on what
Newstalgia Reference Room with a Meet the Press interview with former Truman Administration Economist Leon Keyserling and the state of the economy in 1949.
This day in history - September 30, 1934 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers one of his Fireside Chats regarding the state of unemployment and government's role in help put the economy back on track.
September 27, 1934 - addressing the Herald Tribune Women's Forum on Current Issues, warned against listening to the rumor mongers, alive and well and thriving in Washington.
(Denise Soriano (upper left) Jules Boucherit (upper right) Devy Ehrlih (lower left) Serge Blanc (lower right) - taken in 1942) A lot has been writt
I'm sure the title can be borrowed today - has a nice ring to it. In 1933 FDR instituted a sort of national Charity Day - the private sector taking
(new faces - different apples) From the Second Fireside Chat of September 30, 1934, FDR laid out the progress the administration was taking in light
The Flamingos first got together in a Chicago synagogue. They just churned out hit after hit after hit in the early '50s. Versions of the band still p