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Salute to America


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direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Special American guest conductor Skitch Henderson guides the BBC Radio Orchestra, leader MICHAEL TOMALIN , through a musical tribute to the New World on Independence Day. Philip Martin is the soloist in Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue and Variations on I Got Rhythm Plus the best of Richard Rodgers , Jerome Kern , Harold Arlen and John Philip Sousa and more Gershwin in the form of his Cuban Overture and An American in Paris
Presented by Gayle Hunnicutt Producer TIM MCDONALD
(In association with Raymond GubbayLtd )
0 HEAR THIS! page 12
8.20-8.40* Interval
Mark Steyn suggests some patriotic alternatives to The Star-Spangled Banner


Conductor: Skitch Henderson
Leader: Michael Tomalin
Unknown: Philip Martin
Unknown: Richard Rodgers
Unknown: Jerome Kern
Unknown: Harold Arlen
Unknown: John Philip Sousa
Presented By: Gayle Hunnicutt
Producer: Tim McDonald
Unknown: Raymond Gubbayltd
Unknown: Mark Steyn

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Salute to America

BBC Radio 2, 4 July 1986 19.30

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