Coffee, Tea, Beer, or Wine?

May 12, 2018, 4:30 pm

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The bar is open. It’s your choice and served by Jerry Hadley, Joan Morris, Carlo Bergonzi, Ella Fitzgerald, and more.



“Viva il Vino Spumeggiante” from Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni
Carlo Bergonzi with the La Scala Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Herbert Von Karajan
(Milan in 1965 DGG 457 764‐ 2)

“Ah! Quel Diner” from La Perichole by Jacques Offenbach
Claudia Novikova with Orchestra
(Moscow 1935 EMI CDH 7 69746 2)

“Drinking Song” from The Student Prince by Sigmund Romberg
Jerry Hadley with the Harvard Glee Club and the American Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Paul Gemignani
(RCA VICTOR 09026‐ 62681‐2)

“Ach, Trinken Sie . . . Bei Einem Tee a Deux” from The Land of Smiles by Franz Lehár
Erika Koth and Rudolph Schock with the Berlin Symphony, conducted by Wilhelm Schuchter
(Berlin 1957 EMI 50999 4 16669 2)

“Tea for Two” from No, No, Nanette by Vincent Youmans
Rebecca Luker and George Dvorsky with the Ambrosian Chorus and the London Sinfonietta, conducted by John McGlinn
(London 1991 EMI966295 2)

“Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee” from Face the Music by Irving Berlin
Joan Morris with William Bolcom, piano
(New York 1978  LP: RCA ARL1‐3089)

“Black Coffee” by Paul Francis Burke and Sonny Webster
Ella Fitzgerald with Paul Smith, piano
(Los Angeles 1960  VERVE 314 517 898‐2)