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自由滿洲 Sulfan Manju (Liberty  Manchuria)®: 出生在滿洲瀋陽的美籍日本著名指揮家Seiji Ozawa小泽征尔

自由滿洲 Sulfan Manju (Liberty Manchuria)®: 出生在滿洲瀋陽的美籍日本著名指揮家Seiji Ozawa小泽征尔

The Gershwin Piano Quartet plays "An American in Paris" by Gershwin

The Gershwin Piano Quartet plays "An American in Paris" by Gershwin

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On 20 July 1925, George Gershwin made it on to the cover of Time magazine, the first popular musician to be featured since the magazine began in March 1923.

On 20 July 1925, George Gershwin made it on to the cover of Time magazine, the first popular musician to be featured since the magazine began in March 1923.

Marjane Satrapi:  Persepolis, Embroideries

Marjane Satrapi: Persepolis, Embroideries

Rhapsody in Blue begins with a trademark swooping riff from the clarinet…

Rhapsody in Blue begins with a trademark swooping riff from the clarinet…

First page of the full score of Porgy and Bess, prepared by Gershwin between September 1934 and September 1935. From the US LoC.

First page of the full score of Porgy and Bess, prepared by Gershwin between September 1934 and September 1935. From the US LoC.

Incidentally rumors about highbrow music ridiculous STOP Am out to write hits   (Wire from Gershwin to his agent in early 1936.)

Incidentally rumors about highbrow music ridiculous STOP Am out to write hits (Wire from Gershwin to his agent in early 1936.)

German conductor Kurt Masur, who led the New York Philharmonic orchestra, has died at the age of 88. New York Philharmonic President

German conductor Kurt Masur, who led the New York Philharmonic orchestra, has died at the age of 88. New York Philharmonic President

In 1926 Gershwin recorded Rhapsody in Blue using piano roll technology. More recently, in 1987, the Denver Symphony Orchestra recorded it with Gershwin as soloist via the piano roll. (The film footage comes from the 1945 biopic.)

In 1926 Gershwin recorded Rhapsody in Blue using piano roll technology. More recently, in 1987, the Denver Symphony Orchestra recorded it with Gershwin as soloist via the piano roll. (The film footage comes from the 1945 biopic.)