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The Lady from Philadelphia MARIAN ANDERSON - RCA Victor LM-2212

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Category:

Records

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Condition:

Used

Speed:

33RPM

Record Size:

12"

Duration:

LP

Record Label:

RCA Victor

Release Year:

1958

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Special Attributes:

Red Label

MPN:

LM-2212

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Item number:

299605

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The Lady from Philadelphia MARIAN ANDERSON Original soundtrack of "See It Now" (Courtesy of CBS Television) Produced by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly RCA Victor LM-2212 Red Seal Released 1958 The cover is in good condition. There is a little roughness on the spine and bottom seam, but they are not split. The record has some light surface marks. It plays very good. I did not hear any background noise, skips or pops. According to the back cover: This is the recorded document of Marian Anderson's mission to Asia in the fall of 1957. Between September 14th and December 2nd when she returned to the United States, Miss Anderson traveled 39,000 miles, performing twenty-four concerts in fourteen countries in the course of a tour arranged by her manager, S. Hurok, and made under the auspices of ANTA and the U.S. State Department. Accompanying her on most of the journey was a "See It Now" reporter-camera team, whose pictorial sound film record was produced by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly as a "See It Now" program on December 30, 1957. Among the millions of people who saw this unique and fascinating document was Miss Helen Hayes, the famous actress. Said Miss Hayes: "Arturo Toscanini, speaking of Marian Anderson, said 'A choice such as this comes once in a hundred years.' Just having watched the film of Marian Anderson through Asia, I must say that our country has produced a woman such as this once in a hundred and eighty years. Miss Anderson was sent on this mission by the State Department and ANTA, the American National Theatre Academy. She is a credit to both. Whether she is singing He's Got the Whole World in His Hands, or teaching Lincoln to a Bangkok classroom, or singing Rodgers and Hammerstein, or just talking with a Burmese lady, Marian Anderson is a smash hit. In India the press called her - 'Our Fair Lady.' She was a sell-out everywhere. I predict "The Lady from Philadelphia' will have the whole world in her hands." copyright by Radio Corporation of America, 1958 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. 651
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