Re: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Blanding musical program
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From: keith2draw <keith2draw@...>
Sent: Oct 9, 2003 4:56 AM
Subject: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Blanding musical program
Tom and tj,<BR>
Hey Keith, thanks for the offer...I'll take you up on it. I'm going to review my videotape and get the particulars of what my chorus line show girl said. I think I'll email the Carmel Heritage Society and see if she might still be with us. If so, she would really get a kick out of seeing a copy.....tj
I should get the Hula Moon program in the mail in the next few <BR>
business days. I can make a photocopy for you guys.<BR>
Incidentally, I also have a photocopy of Don's first Junior League <BR>
show program, Tropics Topics, that a friend of mine sent me a few <BR>
years back. It's about 20 pages long. I'll dig that up as well.<BR>
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Congratulations on finding the Hula Moon program, and the Tropic
Topics program for that matter.
Now all you need is the one for Dream Girls!
This past 4 months has been especially difficult for me and I have
not kept up with transcribing the material from the Star-Bulletin.
Earlier this week I finished reading both 1925 and 1953; the next
batch will be from 1954.
Among the piles of S-B stuff I have a number of articles about Hula
Moon, Tropic Topics and Dream Girls. I believe the articles contain
extensive lists of cast members and program details.
I will try to get started again on transcription, and organizing the
material into easily accessible binders and a database. My plans
were sidetracked by the illness and death of a close friend and now I
have some 30 boxes of collectibles from her estate to inventory and
sell. My living room looks like a warehouse, and just now I'm not
even sure where my Blanding files are!
But I will try.
Here are the songs from the two musical programs that I have.
Blanding collaborated with R. Alex Anderson on both shows.
TROPIC TOPICS REVUE, June 3-4, 1925:
Deep Sea Fox Trot - music by Anderson
Spinster's Son - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Girl of My Dreams - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Aloha Land - words and music by Anderson
I'm a Derelict - words and music by Anderson
Artist Song Girls - words and music by Anderson
Song of Types - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Golden Shower Girl - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
HULA MOON, May 2-4, 1928
Overture - music by Anderson
Hula Moon - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Haole Hula - music & lyrics by Anderson
The Rocking Chair Fleet - lyrics by Blanding
Why Kihi-kihis Swim Home - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Medley from Tropic Topics - music & lyrics by Anderson
Song of the Lei - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
Good-Bye, Honolulu - music & lyrics by Anderson
Choosing Her Twosing - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
My Flower of the Rainbow - lyrics by Blanding, music by Anderson
So Anderson did indeed completely write Haole Hula, as history
states. I wonder what happened to some of the other songs through the
passing of time.
- Thanks Keith
I was wondering for a long time about Haole Hula. It was too much like
something blanding would write.
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