Sunday, February 28, 2016

episode 17: choosing music for a scene, Boise world premiere, Steamboat Bill Jr, Hammond theatre organ

episode 17: organs and orchestras - choosing music for a scene, Boise world premiere, Steamboat Bill Jr, Hammond theatre organ

Welcome
Recent shows recap: William S. Hart, Bert Williams, Criterion release of "The Kid"
Boise Philharmonic - world premiere of new score for "Dog Shy" with Charley Chase
Recording: in performance at Wesleyan silent film course, Larry Semon in "The Bellhop"
Choosing music for a scene: Chaplin films
A minidisc miracle
Recording: in performance at Sedgwick Cultural Center (Philadelphia) in 2002, accompanying "The Cat and the Canary" on a Hammond theatre organ.
Keeping it fresh, trying new things - 2 months of William S. Hart
Accompanying "Steamboat Bill, Jr". on a Jaeckel pipe organ
Recording: in performance at the Sluberski Film Series at Concordia College, accompanying Buster Keaton's "Steamboat Bill, Jr."
RIP Harry Weiss, silent film accompanist
Upcoming performances at LoC, Cinema Arts Centre, Silent Clowns Film Series
Recording: in performance for 700 school kids at the Egyptian Theatre in Boise, ID, for Stan Laurel in "Oranges and Lemons"
Audience preservation
Thanks, and closing

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