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  1. #151
    Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig von Beethoven [[Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Opus 27 No. 2)

    Moonlight Sonata - Glenn Miller; for his orchestra, based on the Beethoven Sonata

    Beethoven himself marked his work "Sonata quasi una Fantasia". After Beethoven's death, a music critic compared the first movement's effect to moonlight shining on a lake, and the nickname "Mondscheinsonate" followed and stuck.

  2. #152
    Polka Dots and Moonbeams -- Frank Sinatra's first hit recorded with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra [[1940)

    Last edited by 9A; 09-28-2020 at 10:43 AM.

  3. #153
    Constellation - Charlie Parker

  4. #154
    Walkin´ in the Sunshine -- Roger Miller [[1967)

  5. #155
    Oh! Susanna -- The Singing Dogs [[1955) charted at #22, US Singles Pop.
    Written and published by Stephen Foster in 1848.

    It rained all night the day I left, the weather it was dry
    The sun so hot I froze to death, Susanna don't you cry

  6. #156
    Over The Rainbow - Judy Garland

  7. #157
    Hawaiian Wedding Song -- Andy Williams [[1958), also by Bing Crosby and Elvis Presley.

  8. #158
    I Feel The Earth Move -- Carole King [[1971)

  9. #159
    Don't Rain On My Parade -- Barbra Streisand, from the musical "Funny Girl" [[1964)

    Don't tell me not to live
    Just sit and putter
    Life's candy and the sun's
    A ball of butter
    Don't bring around a cloud
    To rain on my parade

  10. #160

    Anyone mention "A Place In The Sun" by Palo Cruise yet?

  11. #161
    Kisses In The Moonlight - George Benson

  12. #162
    Ok I know it’s a typo in the title but, it just reminded me of Peter Kay in Car Share. If you go to 3:02 in the video it explains all.

  13. #163
    The sea an she-rotary connection.


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