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CD92611 Frank Sinatra & Lauritz Melchior - Joint Concert 1944

CD92611 Frank Sinatra & Lauritz Melchior - Joint Concert 1944
CD92611 Frank Sinatra & Lauritz Melchior - Joint Concert 1944
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CD92611 Frank Sinatra & Lauritz Melchior - Joint Concert 1944

This is an unpublished radio performance, never released in any format.

The Frank Sinatra Show w/L.MELCHIOR 29th march 1944

This show ran through 1944, with different guests each week (including Rise Stevens which I will also upload if there is interest). This episode begins with an opening number by Sinatra and a brief comedy spot,followed by Sinatra singing "Night and Day". Melchior appears about 10 mins into the show .

Sinatra and Melchior do some comedy sparring about opera Melchior sings Vesti La Giubba The pair then engage in a competition "opera vs swing" - where Melchior sings an operatic phrase and Sinatra must sing the same phrase in a contemporary style. Sinatra and Melchior conclude with a duet of Caro Nome from Rigoletto (strange but true). Sinatra sings a final number (and don't miss his financial advice at the end of the show).



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