In Reply to: The Way It Once Was posted by Dean on April 04, 2018 at 17:26:46:
You guys are tugging at some old memories. I enjoyed those as well. My listening started back in the late 1940's. "You are my sunshine" I don't remember the artist though I thought it was Doris Day.
Another of my listening pleasures was Karl Hass on WJR radio in Detroit. There is reference to "Adventures in Good Music" but I remember it as "Patterns in Music" and there are references to both. He often played snipets of music and then described how and why it was played. I learned then that I really liked JS Bach's Taccata and Fugue in D minor. You may know it as some of the heavy background music in movies. It also has a lighter side. Haas described Taccata as a musical joke.
Later years, Haas was President at Interlochen National Music Camp now called
Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Your music lesson for today. LOL