Night And Day
Fri, Feb 11, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Austin Auditorium, LaSells
The Emerald City Jazz Kings continue their Three Little Words series as Steve and the Jazz Kings 9 are joined by Michael Stone and Julie Alsin for an evening in the heavens as they explore how American Songbook composers dealt with the effects of natural phenomena on romance. It turns out to be a wide-open field. For example, many variants of “night” and “day” turn up in song titles, e.g., morning, evening, sunrise, sunset, dawn, twilight, noon and midnight. All of the seasons—spring, summer, autumn and winter—are well represented. Even more popular are titles evoking the effects on romance of the elements—sun, moon, stars, wind, rain and snow. An evening of wonderful songs including "Twilight In Turkey", "Blue Moon", "Swinging On A Star", "Fly Me To The Moon", "Love And The Weather", "Moonlight Serenade", "Pennies From Heaven", "On The Sunny Side of the Street" and many more!
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, director
Julie Alsin, vocals
Michael Stone, vocals
Program
SET I - Love And The Weather
 Twilight In Turkey
(1937) Ali Baba Goes To Town
Music by Raymond Scott
 Swinging On A Star
(1944) Going My Way
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 Blue Moon
(1934)
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
 Here's That Rainy Day
(1953) Going My Way
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 Pennies From Heaven
(1936) Pennies From Heaven
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Arthur Johnston
 Velvet Moon
(1943) Deep Adventure
Words by Eddie DeLange - Music by Josef Myrow
 Fly Me To The Moon
(1954)
Words & music by Bart Howard
 Moonlight Serenade
(1939) interpolated into Day-Time Wife
Words by Mitchell Parish - Music by Glenn Miller
 Love And The Weather
(1947)
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 No Moon At All
(1949)
Words by Redd Evans - Music by Dave Mann
 On The Sunny Side of the Street
(1930) Lew Leslie's International Revue
Words by Dorothy Fields - Music by Jimmy McHugh
SET II - Night And Day
 Night And Day
(1932) Gay Divorce
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Orange Colored Sky
(1950)
Words by Milton DeLugg - Music by Willie Stein
 Beyond The Sea
(1947)
Words by Jack Lawrence - Music by Charles Trénet
 Snowfall
(1941)
Words by Ray Charles - Music by Claude Thornhill
 Summer Wind
(1965)
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Heinz Meier
translation of Der Sommerwind
 Oh You Crazy Moon
(1939) Swingin' The Dream
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 A Melody From The Sky
(1936)
Words by Sidney Mitchell - Music by Louis Alter
 The Breeze And I
(1940)
Words by Al Stillman (en) - Music by Ernesto Lecuona
uses melody of Andalucía
 Moonland
(1939) Swingin' The Dream
Words by Eddie DeLange - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 I Got The Sun In The Morning
(1946) Annie Get Your Gun
Words & music by Irving Berlin
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Louis Alter, 1902-1980
Irving Berlin, 1888-1989
Johnny Burke, 1908-1964
Ray Charles, 1918-
Eddie DeLange, 1904-1949
Milton DeLugg, 1918-
Redd Evans, -
Dorothy Fields, 1905-1975
Lorenz Hart, 1895-1943
Bart Howard, -
Arthur Johnston, 1898-1954
Jack Lawrence, 1912-
Ernesto Lecuona, 1895-1963
Dave Mann, 1916-2002
Jimmy McHugh, 1895-1969
Heinz Meier, 1925-1998
Johnny Mercer, 1909-1976
Glenn Miller, 1904-1944
Sidney Mitchell, 1888-1942
Josef Myrow, 1910-1987
Mitchell Parish, 1900-1993
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979
Raymond Scott, 1908-1994
Willie Stein, -2009
Al Stillman, 1906-
Claude Thornhill, 1908-1965
Charles Trénet, 1913-2001
Jimmy Van Heusen, 1913-1990
Ticket/Venue Info
Night And Day Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
A20.00  -   -   -   -  
Youth10.00  -   -   -   -  
Austin Auditorium
LaSells Stewart Center
OSU Campus
Corvallis, OR
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