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95 - The Sounds Around the House (1978)
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February 08, 2007 10:51 PM PST
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Words by Johnny Mercer, Music by Alec Wilder

Written in 1976

From LP Dick Haymes For You, For Me, For Evermore (Audiophile AP 130)

Loonis McGlohon piano; Terry Lassiter bass; Jim Lackey drums

Recorded December 1976 for the American Popular Song radio program (see wilderworld 40)

94 - Effie Suite (1972)
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February 08, 2007 04:34 AM PST
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Composed by Alec Wilder

aka Suite No. 1 for Tuba and Piano

Written in 1959 for a children's album which would depict six imaginary experiences of an elephant named Effie

1. Effie Chases a Monkey; 2. Effie Falls in Love; 3. Effie Takes a Dancing Lesson; 4. Effie Joins the Carnival; 5. Effie Goes Folk Dancing; 6. Effie Sings a Lullaby

Harvey Phillips tuba; Arthur Harris piano; Bradley Spinney drums and xylophone

LP Golden Crest RE-7054

93 - Lack-A-Day (1966)
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February 06, 2007 10:05 PM PST
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Words by Alec Wilder

Music by George Barnes

92 - The Churkendoose (1947)
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February 06, 2007 12:40 AM PST
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Story and Words by Ben Ross Berenberg, Music by Alec Wilder

Written in 1946

Ray Bolger as The Churkendoose; Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Miller

Decca CU 103

91 - Where Do You Go? (1957)
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February 04, 2007 10:54 PM PST
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Words by Arnold Sundgaard; Music by Alec Wilder

Written in 1948

From the musical play Western Star

From LP Songs for Patricia and other Music of Alec Wilder (Riverside RLP 12-805); Shannon Bolin vocal; Milton Kaye piano

90 - Give Me Time (1940)
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February 03, 2007 08:09 PM PST
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Written, Arranged and Conducted by Alec Wilder

Recorded January 25, 1940

89 - Sweet Lorena (1955)
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February 03, 2007 03:24 AM PST
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Words by Jeremy Stephen aka Arnold Sundgaard

Music by Alec Wilder, derived from Lorena by Joseph Philbrick Webster

From EP Songs of the South

88 - Three Ballads for Stan (1967)
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February 02, 2007 03:06 AM PST
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Written in 1963

Recorded August 2, 1966

aka Suite No. 1 for Tenor Saxophone and Strings

87 - Sleep, My Heart (1971)
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January 31, 2007 10:58 PM PST
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Words by William Engvick; Music by Alec Wilder

Written in 1941

From LP The Heart and Soul of Joe Williams and George Shearing (Sheba ST 102)

Williams vocals; Shearing piano; Andy Simpkins bass; Stix Hooper drums

Recorded March 1971

86 - Suite for Flute and Marimba (1979)
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January 31, 2007 02:03 AM PST
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In six movements

Written in 1977

Virginia Nanzetta flute; Gordon Stout marimba

From LP Alec Wilder's Music for Marimba with Other Instruments (Golden Crest CRS-4190)

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