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.
March 1, 1942 - Japan invades Java. British Commando raid on French coast. Ground action in North Africa. Labour Party issues pamphlet on Life In A Post-War World. Japan attacks Port Moresby. Fears of an invasion of Australia. Capitol Hill: Court-Martial proceedings against Military commanders accused of dereliction of duty postponed until after the War.
February 15,1942 - Rumors British forces in Singapore ask for armistice. Japanese prepare to launch offensive against Palembang, largest oil production site in Far East. German Warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau cruise English Channel fueling fears of pending invasion of Britain. Russians push West, taking 4 towns and pushing Germans back to old Polish border. Congress calls for stepped up war production. Senate begins inquiry on why synthetic rubber production wasn't stepped up before Pearl Harbor in light of losing rubber supply from Far East. Labor troubles with strikes at largest aluminum production facility in Detroit.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Stan Kenton and his New Directions In Music, live in concert at the Students Union, State Teachers College, Terre Haute Indiana, June 16, 1953.
Newstalgia Reference Room - A Dean Rusk Press Conference. Secretary of State Dean Rusk holds of Press conference, reviewing the events of 1967 and outlining U.S. goals for 1968, and discusses the ceasefire offer to North Vietnam. Less than three weeks later the Tet Offensive would begin.
Newstalgia Downbeat (Labor Day Edition) - The Dorsey Brothers (Tommy and Jimmy) - live in concert. From June 19, 1953.
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Sunday Gramophone - Tchaikovsky: Romeo And Juliet - Artur Rodzinski And The NBC Symphony - Live In Concert - 1937
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