Music by, of, and for Americans.

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

7th annual American Music Festival, Program 13. Broadcast from WOR studios (due to the fuel shortage arising from the tugboat strike). Listed in original catalog as 4 sides, but probably one disc or at least one side missing.


American Youth Orchestra, Dean Dixon, Conductor:
Western Rhapsody, by George Kleinsinger

Seymour Siegel's postwar address

Danse Calinda, by Ulysses Kay

A moving address by Mayor O'Dwyer

Helen Jepson, soprano, with Stevenson Barrett, piano:
"Psalm 23", by Paul Creston
"Ocean Idyll", by Brooks Smith [MISSING]

Grace Castagnietta performs [MISSING]

Lucille Manners, soprano, with Betsy Capdonne, piano:
"Tell me Oh Blue Blue Sky", by Vittorio Gianini
"Don't Care", by John Alden Carpenter
"Sea Moods", by Mildred Tyson

American Youth Orchestra, Dean Dixon, Conductor:
Warsaw Ghetto, by Sam Morgenstern (2nd performance), with Martin Wolfson, narrator.

Poor quality originals.

Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection

WNYC archives id: 73502
Municipal archives id: LT6247