Bruce Sellers On Working With Ward Swingle

BRUCE SELLERS writes about working with Ward Swingle: “I can’t remember exactly what was on our part of the program, but I remember Ward wrote a Cole Porter Medley specially for us that was quite difficult, but really lovely. We also did stuff like the Bach G minor Fugue, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, Agincourt Song, When I’m 64, Ward’s setting of “Roadside Fire”, “All the Things You Are”, and a thing called “Music History 101” that featured “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” as done in various periods of music history (Mediaeval, Renaissance, Baroque, etc.), right down to a “rap” version…

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