YORK COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1952 --- Elmhurst & Villa Park, IL

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1.      To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

The U.S. Army Field Band---

"The Star Spangled Banner"

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2.     To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, and Katie Malua--- "When you taught me how to dance" from the motion picture, "Beatrix Potter"

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3.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Michael W. Smith--- "Memoirs"

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4.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

London Philharmonic--- "Pomp and Circumstance" from the orchestra pit in the York High School Auditorium, June, 1952.

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5.    To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

John Bartmann, York '52 on trumpet, and the Queen City Jazz Band---

"When the roll is called up yonder"

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6.     To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

John Bartmann and the Queen City Jazz Band--- "Gonna sit at his feet and be blessed", featuring vocalist, "Wende Harston"

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7.    To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

'The OldTimers' --- ' a-playin''n a-singin'

"Side by side" : "...Just as long as we're

together ... well, it doesn't matter at all"

and the player piano at the end comes from a

video camera recording of the '1880's Town' 

in Murdo, SD that I taped back in June, 2000.

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10.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Southern Jazz

"You are my sunshine"

 

 

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13.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

A Two Sisters Production:--- 3-part round:---

 "Make New Friends and Keep the Old

One is Silver and the Other Gold"

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16.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Tommy Edwards

 "It's all in the game""

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19.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Anne Murray

 "Tennessee Waltz"

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22.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Al Hirt, Johnny Mathis, and Adrea Rieu

 "Stranger in Paradise"

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8.    To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Carolyne Larson Jordan, York '52, performing

"Deep Purple" which Carolyne sang for us

live at our 50th Reunion.  Simply Beautiful!

 

 

 

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11.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Ronnie Cox

"Good Night Irene"

 

 

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14.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Who is 3X6, 4X7, 28 and 11? Just ask  

"Billy Boy" 

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Montavani

 "Charmaine"

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20.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Rosemary Clooney

 "You belong to me"

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9.    To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

Maureen O'Hara's "I'm going to be married on

next Sunday" --- an Irish aire first published

in 1867 --- and destined for an appearance in

"Raisins and Almonds---A Civil War Story"

 

 

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12.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

A Punky Stevens (York '52) favorite:

 "In a Shanty in a Old Shanty Town"

A classic composite of this 1932 song featuring Jim

Smoak on banjo, followed by the Johnny Long Band,

and winding up with Rose Murphy

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What will I be? ... Will I be pretty? ... Will I be rich?

Here's what Doris Day once told us all:---

 "Que Sera Sera"

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18.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Leroy Anderson

 "Blue Tango"

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21.   To hear it, point to and click on this Media Player

 

Vera Lynn

 "Auf Weiderseh'n (Sweetheart)"

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<<< Saying farewell at our 50th Reunion

 

For more about our 50th, go to:

 

http://york1952.tripod.com/our50threunion

  

and to:

 

http://www.employees.org/~kjones/York52.html

 

and to:

 

http://york1952.tripod.com/york1952deceased/

 

 

...Bruce**********

 

 

 
 
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