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Michael and friends visit Douglas Henderson at his ARTCRAFT studio to hear piano music rolls on player grand pianos, and to see how he creates them. Douglas showed us a rare example of a real Viennese waltz lilt on his arrangement of Blu...
Added 5 months ago | 00:07:14 | 572 views
The first Tom and Jerry cartoons were two clever Boys, who were always willing to take risks. A Swiss Trick is especially surprising when the two fellows overstay their visit, eat too much, and face dire consequences. Tough cartoons for ...
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Easily as wonderful as the Sousa marches. Piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A dynamic medley of Holtzman marches, AS PLAYED BY Shipman and Fairchild: Winning Fight, Blaze Away, Uncle Sammy, The Whip. Note: Music rolls or piano rol...
Added 8 years ago | 00:02:26 | 22283 views
Once more in 2011, the MIT Logarhythms Alums sangTech songs by the elevators in Symphony Hall before a POPS concert during MIT Reunion Week, a tradition since 1999. In 2009 the Logs performed at two POPS dinners for the Classes of 1959 a...
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MIT Logarhythms, MIT's oldest a cappella singing group, celebrate their 60th Anniversary. Reunion Concert at Kresge Auditorium. Alums and Students from 1949 to 2009. Backlogs, Kellogs, Local Logs. Rice Krispies, Lindy, Limburger Sandwich...
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Four MIT Logarhythms from the 1970s, the Kellogs (aka Backlogs), sing the Rice Krispies jingle, with all the percussive power of snap, crackle, and pop. Kresge Auditorium. 60th anniversary reunion concert. A cappella singing, February...
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