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✏️ Title: Sweet Baby
✏️ Composer: Origo feat. Cody Butler
✏️ Genre: Folk Music
✏️ Category: Romantic
Views:5378|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:59Minutes|Likes:33|Dislikes:0 Harry F. Reser (January 17, 1896 — September 27, 1965) was an American banjo player and bandleader. Born in Piqua, Ohio, Reser was best known as the leader of The Clicquot Club Eskimos. He was regarded by some as the best banjoist of the 1920s.
t was during this time that he was seeing the banjo make its presence felt more strongly with dance bands and therefore felt he should learn how to play it as quickly as possible. He practiced diligently until he was able to play the instrument to a high enough standard to supplement his piano playing with it, there by increasing his chances of earning a reasonable living. In the summer of 1920 he played in a Dayton dance band under the leadership of Paul Goss. By this time he was playing the banjo more regularly. He soon relocated to Buffalo, New York to appear at the Hippodrome, playing primarily violin, though continuing to work on his banjo technique as well.
Just after Christmas of 1920 he relocated again, this time to New York City. He sought out engagements and soon found himself in demand. Some of the early bands he was involved with included those of Ben Selvin, Bennie Krueger, Sam Lanin, Nathan Glantz, Mike Markel (for whom he played Saxophone) and many others. Though there is no supporting evidence, Reser’s first broadcast is said to have been from the Statue of Liberty, Bedloe’s Island, on a US Army transmitter in 1921. By 1922, he had recorded a half dozen pieces, including Crazy Jo’ (January) and Zez Confrey’s Kitten On the Keys (April). In early autumn of the same year, he considered starting his own band to record under. Soon a contract was drawn up with Okeh and his first band came into being during September/October of 1922, the Okeh Syncopators. Shortly after the start of this new endeavor he was approached by Paul Whiteman to sit in for Whiteman’s regular banjoist, Mike Pingitore, during a UK tour of the Paul Whiteman Orchestra.
Reser had three original compositions written for tenor banjo; The Cat and the Dog, Cracker Jack, and Lolly Pops.
In 1925, he found fame as the director for NBC’s Clicquot Club Eskimo Orchestra, continuing with that weekly half-hour until 1935. At the same time, he also led other bands using pseudonyms. “Harry Reser and His Six Jumping Jacks,” with vocals by Tom Stacks, were the zany forerunners to comedy bands like Spike Jones and His City Slickers.
Reser and his band introduced on record, the standard “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” in 1934.
Harry Reser played “Tiger Rag” and “You Hit the Spot” in the Vitaphone musical short Harry Reser and His Eskimos (1936).
Reser remained active in music for the rest of his life, leading TV studio orchestras and playing with Broadway theatre orchestras. In 1960 he appeared with Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee and Buster Keaton in “A 70th Birthday Salute to Paul Whiteman” on TV’s The Revlon Revue. He wrote several instructional books for the banjo, guitar, and ukulele.
In 1965 Reser died of a heart attack in the orchestra pit of the Broadway stage version of Fiddler on the Roof just prior to a performance. He was inducted into the National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame, a museum in Oklahoma, in 1999.
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The Plantation Singers of Charleston, SC are a professional a cappella singing group renowned locally, nationally and internationally for their singing of the of the music of the Lowcountry. We met up with them and the group’s director, Lynnette White, in Charleston, SC. Where they performed Swing Low, Sweet Chariot for RTL’s camera’s.
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Views:3617|Rating:4.47|View Time:3:13Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:2 Su verdadero nombre era Eugene Joseph Currany nació el 23 de agosto de 1912. Consigue el éxito con el papel que da título al musical Pal Joey (1940) Se integra en el grupo del productor Arthur Freed. Donde encuentra al músico-productor Roger Edens, los realizadores Vincent Minnelli, Busby Berkeley, Stanley Donen y Georges Sidney, los coreógrafos Robert Alton y Charles Walters, los guionistas Irving Brecher, Fred Finklehoffe, Betty Comden y Adolph Green, las actrices y actores Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse, Howard Keel y Dan Dailey.
En sus inicios se le asocia con la primera actriz Judy Garland, con la que interpreta un maravilloso El pirata (1948). El mismo año, Kelly es un d´ Artagnan lleno de fantasía en la excelente Los tres mosqueteros de Sidney. Más adelante realiza e interpreta tres películas que marcan la historia del musical: Un día en Nueva York (1949), Cantando bajo la lluvia (1952) y Siempre hace buen tiempo (1955). La otra gran película durante este periodo es Un americano en París (1951), año en que recibió un Oscar especial por sus aportes al Séptimo arte. Después de unos años en aparente olvido, recuperó la fama al dirigir a Barbra Streisand en “Hello Dolly”, así como a James Stewart y Henry Fonda en “The Cheyenne Social Club”.
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