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#863: INVITATION TO PARIS
1960-04-27, WABC, 50 min.
Maurice Chevalier, Les Compagnons de la Chanson, Fernandel, Anna Gaylor, Jean Sablon, Patachou, Line Renaud, Jacqueline Francois, Dalida, Georges Ulmer, Les Djinns, Jo Basile

The performers are French and they extend a musical "Invitation to Paris." They include Fernandel, Anna Gaylor, Jean Sablon, Patachou, Line Renaud, Jacqueline Francois, Dalida, Les Compagnons de la Chanson vocal group, Georges Ulmer, the Jo Basile jazz band, Les Djinns choral group and Mr. Maurice Chevalier.
#951: INTERNATIONAL HOUR: MUSIC FROM HOLLYWOOD, THE
1964-05-21, WCBS, 52 min.
Ray Milland, Mel Torme, Earnest Gold, Alfred Newman, The John Halloran Singers, George Duning, Alex North, Marni Nixon, Johnny Green, Ernest Golf, Victor Young, Bronislau Kaper, Miklos Rosa, David Racksin

Host Ray Milland welcomes guests Mel Torme, Marni Nixon and The John Halloran Singers. In addition are the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, with some composers conducting their own film scores. Music from "How The West Was Won" (Alfred Newman), "Raintree Country" (Johnny Green), "Picnic" (George Duning), "Exodus" (Ernest Gold), "Around The World In Eighty Days" (Victor Young), "Hi Lili, Hi Lo" (Bronislau Kaper), "Spellbound Concerto" (Miklos Rosza), "Laura" (Davi Racksin), "Cleopatra" (Alex North). Famous songs from the films are song by Marni Nixon and Mel Torme.
#976: INTERNATIONAL HOUR: FESTIVAL OF MUSIC
1965-05-15, WCBS, 58 min.
Robert Merrill, Ferrante & Teicher

This "all-American" show, produced by KMOX-TV, St. Louis, marks the beginning of the fifth annual international TV exchange originated by the CBS-owned station. The program concentrated on the works of American composers. Performers include Robert Merrill and Ferrante & Teicher.
#979: INTERNATIONAL HOUR: MUSICAL FROM ITALY
1965-07-03, WCBS, 52 min.
Anna Moffo, Renata Mauro, Margaret Truman

Italian singer Renata Mauro guides us through Rome, Italy with many Italian entertainers who demonstrate their musical talent. American opera star Ann Moffo performs. Margaret Truman, daughter of the former President, is the hostess for this series.
#5278: IN CONCERT: CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
1971-06-20, WNEW, 52 min.
Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, Booker T. and the MGs, Ralph J. Gleason, Tom Donahue

The vagaries of transferring the sounds and substance of live hard rock performance to the home television screen are amply illustrated by Bob Abel's National General TV hour-long special of a Creedence Clearwater Revival concert performed in Oakland, California in 1970.
#6512: INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE
1972-12-23, PBS, 60 min.
Edouard van Remoortel

Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 7 is performed. Unfinished at the master's death in 1893, the work was reconstructed by contemporary Russian composer Semyon Bogatyrev, using rough sketches and themes from little known Tchaikovsky pieces . . . a scherzo from Opus 72; a piano andante (Opus 79). The symphony was first played in Moscow in 1957. Edouard van Remoortel conducts the ORTF Philharmonic Orchestra from France. Also featured is Prokofiev's "Classical Symphony."
#5982: IN FASHION
1974-03-13, WNET, 90 min.
Charlotte Rae, Max Wright, Daniel David, Susan Kaslow, Pamela Hall, Patrick Tovatt, Ken Jenkins, Donna Curtis

Presented on "THEATER IN AMERICA." Set in 1908, the story revolves around a series of comic love affairs. A musical adaptation of George Feydeau's sex farce, "Tailleur pour Dames."
#5279: IN CONCERT
1974-06-21, WABC, 78 min.
Seals & Crofts, The Eagles, Earth, Wind, & Fire

1973-1975. The last of four shows taped at the outdoor "California Jam" concert held April 6, 1974. Usually broadcast on Friday nights on "ABC's Wide World of Entertainment," "In Concert" was a rock-music series produced by Dick Clark.
#5281: INTRODUCING ROY BUCHANAN
1974-06-28, WNET, 90 min.
Merle Haggard, Roy Buchanan, Johnny Otis

A PBS rerun special featuring guitarist Roy Buchanan, who illustrates his technique in selections spanning rock, blues, jazz and country & western music.
#3108: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1974-12-23, WNET, 52 min.
Rohan McCullough, The National Symphony Orchestra, Andre Kostelanetz

1974-1979. This broadcast featured "The Nutcracker Suite," "Coronation March," and "Romeo and Juliet Suite." Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#5983: IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S SUPERMAN
1975-02-21, WABC, 96 min.
David Wayne, Lesley Ann Warren, Kenneth Mars, Allen Ludden, Loretta Swit, David Wilson

Presented on "WIDE WORLD SPECIAL." A TV adaptation of the 1966 Broadway musical. Broadcast from 11:30 PM to 1:30 AM on Wide World Special. Superman's powers are tested when he is confronted by a mad scientist.
#3104: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1975-10-20, WNET, 52 min.
Bonnie Raitt, Mose Allison

1974-1979. Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#3103: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1975-11-03, WNET, 52 min.
The New England Conservatory, The Ragtime Ensemble, Gunther Schuller, The Katherine Dunham Dance Company

1974-1979. This broadcast featured the ragtime rhythms of Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton and Eubie Blake. Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#3102: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1975-12-01, WNET, 52 min.
Dionne Warwick

1974-1979. Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#3105: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1975-12-29, WNET, 52 min.
The New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band

1974-1979. This broadcast featured dixieland jazz. Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#3109: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1977-12-06, WNET, 52 min.
Benny Goodman

1974-1979. Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#3106: IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP
1977-12-10, WNET, 52 min.
The Benny Goodman Sextet

1974-1979. This broadcast featured Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." Videotaped performances of artists (mainly musicians and dancers) performing at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Arlington, Virginia.
#7197: IN CONCERT WITH THE FOUR FRESHMEN
1979-03-07, PBS, 00 min.
Four Freshmen

Musical concert featuring the Four Freshmen.  

 



                                   
#7380: IN CONCERT WITH SARAH VAUGHAN
1979-03-09, SYND, 00 min.
Sarah Vaughan

Musical special featuring singer Sarah Vaughan.                          
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