Newstalgia Reference Room - President Truman delivers a Foreign Policy Address at the Dedication of a War Memorial to his Military unit during World War 1. June 11, 1949.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone - Andrè Cluytens - Paris Conservatory Orchestra - 1949 Besancon Festival.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone featuring The Paris Conservatory Orchestra, conducted by Andrè Cluytens in a performance of Dukas: La Peri - as performed at the 1949 Besancon Music Festival.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring Charlie Ventura and His Bop For The People with Feather's Den, recorded on August 11, 1949 for RCA-Victor.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone - Fabien Sevitsky Conducts The Indianapolis Symphony In Concert - 1949
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone featuring the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fabien Sevitsky in music of Debussy, Delius, Griffes and Ravel. Recorded March 19, 1949.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with Roger Sessions Symphony Number 2 played by The New York Philharmonic, conducted by Dimitri Mitropolous in this 1949 recording for Columbia Records.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with the music of Francis Poulenc as performed by the French National Orchestra, conducted by Roger Desormiere from a studio broadcast in 1949.
(Almost that time again) As you know, one of my biggest guilty pleasures is listening to old live concerts - really old ones. A few weeks ago I posted an excerpt of a New York Philharmonic concert from 1960 featuring Fritz Reiner. This time
A radio by address by Henry A. Wallace entitled "Recessions Don't Stop Themselves" about the then-current economic climate in the United States - from July 29, 1949.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with Howard Hanson and The Eastman School Orchestra play Music For Radio (Saga Of The Prairie) by Aaron Copland in this 1949 broadcast recording.
Newstalgia Reference Room with a Meet the Press interview with former Truman Administration Economist Leon Keyserling and the state of the economy in 1949.
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