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1978 SINGING HOOSIERS   LP
1978 SINGING HOOSIERS LP
Our Price: $10.00

1978 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP

The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director

Side one

Magic To Do Schwartz
It’s A Miracle Manilow
Jump Shout Boogie Manilow
With One More Look At You Ascher
Keep The Song Going Noble
Razzle Dazzle Kandor
One Hamlisch
All That Jazz Kandor

Side two

Day By Day Cahn
Beautiful Music Manilow
How Deep Is Your Love Brothers Gibb
Lullaby Of Broadway Warren
Once Upon A Time Strouse
Choral Highlights From Carmen Bizet
Tomorrow Strouse

1981 SINGING HOOSIERS
1981 SINGING HOOSIERS
Our Price: $10.00

1981 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP

The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director
Side A

This Could be the Start of Something Big (1:55) Steve Allen
It’s Easy To Say (form’10’) (2:31) Henry Mancini
Tuxedo Junction (2:47) Erskine Hawkins-William Johnson
I Honestly Love You (4:00) Jeff Barry
Ole Man River (from Show Boat) (2:39) Jerome Kern-Ted W. Adkins, Bass
Mood Indigo (3:44) Duke Ellington
Ease on Down the Road (from The Wiz) (2:16) Charlie Smalls

Side B

Celebration (from Celebration) (3:15) Schmidt
Look What You’ve Done to Me (4:29) Boz Scaggs
Torna A Surriento (2:30) E. DeCurtis-Phillip A. Chaney, Tenor
Fallin’ (from They’re Playing Our Song) (2:52) Marvin Hamlisch
A Tribute to Governor Bowen
1) It’s a Sin To Tell A Lie Billy Mayhew
2) Josephine Gus Kahn-Wayne King
3) Harbor Lights (4:48) Hugh Williams
God Bless America (3:35) Irving Berlin-Kirby Shaw- Amanda Lynn Schmaker, Mezzo-Soprano

1982 SINGING HOOSIERS
1982 SINGING HOOSIERS
Our Price: $10.00

1982 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP

The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director

Side A
Something to Sing About! Charles E. Dune and W. Dick Luchtman
East of the Sun Brooks Bowman
Come Rain or Come Shine Harold Arlen
My Romance Richard Rodgers
Mood Indigo Duke Ellington
Early Morning Eyes Darren Lee Harrison

S
ide B
Hallelujah, Baby Jule Styne
Send in the Clowns Stephen Sondheim
Two Sleepy People Hoagy Carmichael
Memory Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber
America the Beautiful War-Day-Mulholland

1984 SINGING HOOSIERS
1984 SINGING HOOSIERS
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1984 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP
The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director

Side A
Cue The Music Charles E. Duke and W. Dick Luchtman
Jeepers Creepers Harry Warren
One Hand, One Heart Leonard Bernstein
Cats Andrew Lloyd Webber
Your Feet’s Too Big Ada Benson and Fred Fisher
What Now My Love Gilbert Becaud

Side B
Boogie Down Al Jarreau and Michael Omartian
Shout About My Love Alan Billingsley and Charles E. Duke
You Randy Edelman
Small Fry Hoagy Carmichael
Winter Moon Hoagy Carmicheal
Applause Charles Strouse

1984 SINGING HOOSIERS
1984 SINGING HOOSIERS
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1984 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP

Chicago, Chicago…“Toward Professional Excellence”

The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director

Side one

Celebration Harvey Scdmidt
Come Rain OR Come Shine Harold Arien
One Hand, One Heart Leonard Bernstein
The Rhythm of Life Cy Coleman
Skylark Hoagy Carmichael
Small Fry Hoagy Carmichael

Side two

Up a Lazy River Hoagy Carmichael
What Now My Love Gabriel Bracuad
Applause Charles Strouse

1979 SINGING HOOSIERS
1979 SINGING HOOSIERS
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1984 33 1/3 rpm Vinyl LP

The Singing Hoosiers, Robert Stoll, director

Side One
Everyday Anthony Berg
I Can't Smile Without You Barry Manilow
You Needed Me Randy Goodman
Copacabana Barry Manilow
Oh! Susanna Stephen Foster
Approaching Storm James Gosling
Don't Take Away The Music Frank Perrin
Whenever I See Your Smiling Face James Taylor

Side Two
His Eye Is One The Sparrow Charles H. Gabriel
Sweet Georgia Brown Kenneth Cassey
Embraceable You George Gershwin
One Note Samba Antonio Carlos Jobim
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral J.R. Shanon
Hallelujah, Baby Jule Styne
God Bless America Irving Berlin, Kirby Shaw

Pictures at an Exhibition
Pictures at an Exhibition
Our Price: $12.00

Performers: M. Dee Stewart - Bass Trumpet, Tenor Tuba, Alto Trombone, Tenor Trombone and Bass Trombone
Marta Erdei - Piano

Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881) composed Pictures at an Exhibition in 1874 as a tribute to his friend Victor Hartmann who died a year earlier. The work represents drawings of Hartmann's that had been displayed in Moscow at a commemorative exhibition.

Pictures at an Exhibition was a showcase for the Philadelphia Orchestra for much of the twentieth century, being featured on many of the orchestra's foreign tours. It showed off the tonal tapestries of Eugene Ormandy's ensemble and enabled the orchestra to make great music in the process. As a professor at Indiana University, Mr. Stewart was often asked to demonstrate musical examples from his Philadelphia days. He performed the Bydlo solo for tenor tuba on many recitals and his arrangements for the other movements for piano and the various low brass instruments followed until he eventually began performing the whole piece.

Life Goes On: The Music of Don Freund, Vol. 2
Life Goes On: The Music of Don Freund, Vol. 2
Our Price: $12.00

Jacobs  School of Music composition professor Don Freund teams as pianist with JSoM  Performance Diploma violin virtuoso Steven Moeckel (currently concertmaster of  the Tucson Symphony Orchestra) to present a wide variety of Freund's violin music spanning 25 years of the composer's output.
David Dzubay: Chansons Innocentes
David Dzubay: Chansons Innocentes
Our Price: $12.00

Dzubay's principal teachers have been Donald Erb, Frederick Fox, Eugene O'Brien, Lukas Foss, Oliver Knussen, Allan Dean, and Bernard Adelstein.

Dzubay's music has been performed in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, and Asia by more than 30 orchestras. His music is published by Pro Nova Music, Dorn, and Thompson Edition and is recorded on the Centaur, Innova, First Edition, Klavier, and Indiana University labels

The Clouds of Magellan: The Music of Eugene O'Brien, Vol. 1
The Clouds of Magellan: The Music of Eugene O'Brien, Vol. 1
Our Price: $12.00

Performers: IU New Music Ensemble conducted by David Dzubay; IU Concert Orchestra conducted by David Dzubay; Kathryn Lukas, flute; Eli Eban, clarinet; Bruce Bransby, double bass; Bridget Parker, soprano

Eugene O'Brien is the recipient of the Rome prize of the American Academy in Rome and the Academy Award in Music of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as well as awards from BMI, ASCAP, and the League of Composers/International Society for Contemporary Music. He has received Guggenheim, Rockefeller, Fullbright, National Endowment for the Arts, and other fellowships, and has been commissioned by the Fromm Foundation at Harvard University, the Serge Koussevitsky Foundation in the Library of Congress, the Meet-the-Composer/Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Fund, and many American and European performers and ensembles. Also active in the promotion and performance of new music, he co-founded the Cleveland-based new music ensemble Reconnaissance in 1978 and was director of the group until 1984. He received his degrees from the University of Nebraska and the Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve University, and undertook post-graduate studies at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Cologne, Germany.
   
 
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