David Lennick dplennick at yahoo.com.invalid
Sun Dec 6 11:19:39 PST 2020

 "Just Mary" used In A Clock Store. "Maggie Muggins" used The Kerry Dance. Daily farm broadcasts used Country Gardens. A short-lived program c. 1949 called Alan 'n' Me used The Grasshopper's Dance. Young deejay Peter Jennings used "The Beachcomber" (Boosey & Hawkes 78) on "Peter's Program. Max Ferguson (as himself and as old Rawhide) used this great George Barnes version of Clarinet Polka. 

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From: kil at roadrunner.com.invalid
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Date: December 6, 2020 at 7:16 AM
Subject: [78-L] QUESTION FOR dl


Are you still out there?

Can you think of any themes from early Canadian radio programs? I
would say 1950s and back. They can be songs or classical or
semi-classical pieces. The more familiar, the better. Drama or comedy
programs would be best, but perhaps also music programs, if the themes
were long-running and familiar. I figured you would know a couple just
from memory. Thanks.

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