Evening at Pops; Tribute To The Music Of Paul Mccartney, A
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- Evening at Pops
- Tribute To The Music Of Paul Mccartney, A
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Taped shows of the Boston Pops. First telecast on WGBH in June 1957; Arthur Fiedler conducting at MIT Kresge Auditorium. Premiered nationally July 5, 1970, performances at Symphony Hall. Series release date: 1970
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Guest conductor, Carl Davis, who conducted Paul McCartney's "Liverpool Oratorio" at its premiere, is joined special guest artists interpreting the work of McCartney. A new Paul and Linda McCartney composition "Appaloosa" receives its world premiere, along with interpretations of McCartney favorites by an all-star cast of singers and instrumentalists that includes The King's Singers, The Canadian Brass, Jerry Hadley, McCartney's choice for lead tenor in "Liverpool Oratoria" and jazz singer Nina Simone.
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- Performance for a Live Audience
- Dangel, Susan (Series Producer)
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