With The Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world, plus the latest music news and information.
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Elliott Gould presents a new four-part series chronicling the huge contribution that
California has made to music, film, television, art and the computer - along with the odd Sunkist orange and pair of Levis - in the 150 years since joining the US. This first instalment travels back to the gold rush of 1849.
Lyricist Don Black continues a series on the life of composer and pianist Jule Styne , the east Londoner who influenced American musical theatre with a string of Broadway hits, including Gypsy, Funny Girl and Hallelujah Baby. In this segment Styne continues to light
Hollywood's fire but is distracted by Broadway.
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