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A Moveable Feast
Around midnight in Paris
Tue, Aug 7, 8:00 - 10:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
“The whole of Paris is a vast university of Art, Literature and Music…it is worth anyone’s while to dally here for years. Paris is a seminar, a post-graduate course in Everything.” James Thurber, 1918
We begin our week-long celebration of the rich and wonderful musical world of Paris between the wars with a geographic and temporal ramble through the streets, nightclubs, cabarets, and concert halls of 1920s and '30s Paris -- a moveable feast, if you will, taking a taste as we go of a little of everything we'll be experiencing more deeply throughout the week: a bit from Montmartre, then over to Montparnasse, Champs-Elisees, and Saint-Germain-des-Pres. Mistingett and Chevaliers. Baker and Bechet. The Hot Club of France. The Six. The Martinique sounds of Stellio. The comfortable, American world of Bricktop, so stylishly peopled by Fitzgerald, Hemingway and the expats of the '20s and Porter, the Duke of Windsor and cosmopolitan set of the '30s. And all along the way, the arrival, embrace and transformation of American jazz and popular culture into something still American, yet French, and both.
Event Personnel
Ken Peplowski, director, clarinet
Shirley Andress, vocals
Siri Vik, vocalist
Ian Whitcomb, vocals, accordion
Howard Alden, guitar
Doug Miller, bass
Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar
Chuck Redd, drums
Ted Rosenthal, piano
Terell Stafford, trumpet
Aaron Weinstein, violin
Program
SET I
 You Don't Know Paree
(1929) Fifty Million Frenchmen
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Looking At You
(1928) La Revue Des Ambassadeurs
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Baby!
(1928) Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1928
Words by Dorothy Fields - Music by Jimmy McHugh
 I'm Shooting High
(1935) King of Burlesque
Words by Ted Koehler - Music by Jimmy McHugh
 Avalon
(1920) interpolated into Sinbad
Words & music by B. G. DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose
 What A Diff'rence A Day Made
(1934)
Words by Stanley Adams (en), Maria Grever (sp) - Music by Maria Grever
translation of Cuando Vuelva A Tu Lado
 Star Dust
(1927)
Words by Mitchell Parish - Music by Hoagy Carmichael
 Mon Homme
(1920) Casino de Paris 1920 Paris qui Jazz
Words by Jacques Charles (fr), Channing Pollock (en), Albert Willemetz (fr) - Music by Maurice Yvain
 Odéon, tango brasileiro for piano, Op. 146
(1910)
SET II
 Chôros No.1 ('Tipico brasileiro')
(1920)
Music by Heitor Villa-Lobos
 Nous avons fait la nuit Tel jour Telle nuit, no. 9
(1936)
Text: Paul Éluard
Music: Francis Poulenc
 Oh, That Mitzi
(1932) One Hour With You
Words by Leo Robin - Music by Oscar Straus
 After You've Gone
(1918)
Words by Henry Creamer - Music by Turner Layton
 Dear Old Southland
(1921)
Words by Henry Creamer - Music by Turner Layton
 China Boy
(1922)
Words & music by Dick Winfree, Phil Boutelje
 How High The Moon
(1940) Two For The Show
Words by Nancy Hamilton - Music by Buddy Lewis
 Stompin' At The Savoy
(1936)
Words by Andy Razaf - Music by Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Chick Webb
 Paris Biguine
(circa 1930)
Music by Alexandre Stellio
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Stanley Adams, -
Phil Boutelje, 1895-1979
Hoagy Carmichael, 1899-1981
Jacques Charles, -
Henry Creamer, 1879-1930
B. G. DeSylva, 1895-1950
Paul Éluard, 1895-1952
Dorothy Fields, 1905-1975
Benny Goodman, 1909-1986
Maria Grever, -
Nancy Hamilton, -
Al Jolson, 1886-1950
Ted Koehler, 1894-1973
Turner Layton, 1894-1978
Buddy Lewis, -
Jimmy McHugh, 1895-1969
Ernesto Nazareth, 1863-1934
Mitchell Parish, 1900-1993
Channing Pollock, 1880-1946
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Francis Poulenc, 1899-1963
Andy Razaf, 1895-1973
Leo Robin, 1900-1984
Vincent Rose, 1880-1944
Edgar Sampson, 1907-1973
Alexandre Stellio, 1885-1939
Oscar Straus, 1870-1954
Heitor Villa-Lobos, 1887-1959
Chick Webb, 1905-1939
Albert Willemetz, 1887-1964
Dick Winfree, 1898-1975
Maurice Yvain, 1891-1965
Ticket/Venue Info
A Moveable Feast Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20%  Stud. 
AA36.00  32.50  30.75  29.00  18.00 
A32.00  29.00  27.25  25.75  16.00 
B26.00  23.50  22.25  21.00  13.00 
O20.00  18.00  17.00  16.00  10.00 
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541-434-7000

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