Looking for an audio version of Rimsky-Korsakov's "Peter and the Wolf" that I heard in the 1980s where the narrator describing the wolf pursuing the duck says, breathlessly, "Lope ... waddle ... waddle ... lope ..." (describing their movements, with violins screeching in the background). I am looking for the particular recording that said it this way. It is particularly humorous and has great narration by a male voice in English. I thought it was the Peter Ustinov, but apparently not, as I bought it and it doesn't have this line (unless there is an alternative version floating around).
posted by cmp4Meta
on Jan 16, 2012 -
I was able to find "Hole in the Ozone", a song often played on Radio Aahs, by Bill Shontz. But I distinctly remember a Janet and Judy version. Does anyone have any recollection of this?
posted by boobjob
on Sep 26, 2010 -
This year I have been accidentally discovering the hard rock in the 70s that for some reason escaped me. The latest discovery is Jetliner by Steve Miller, thanks to Noah Baumbach. Despite writing about music, I am not exactly sure what I am looking for... [more inside]
posted by PinkMoose
on Mar 23, 2010 -
: Novice goes to see a great night of orchestra music in Oslo. Bolero was the finale, now I feel captivated and ready to explore. Which direction should I take and how can encourage my auditory palette to grow? [more inside]
posted by Funmonkey1
on Jan 15, 2009 -
What music videos depict the band somehow defeating an enemy with the power of their music? The Foo Fighters' recent "The Pretender" video brought the question to mind, but I know it's a frequently used idea. What other videos used this theme? [more inside]
posted by mdbell79
on Jan 28, 2008 -
does anyone know the piano chords to coughing colors by tilly and the wall? thanks!
posted by KaeporaGaebora
on Nov 15, 2006 -
Has anyone ever started a record label? I would like some advice (other than "Quit while you're ahead"). [more inside]
posted by lovetragedy
on Apr 17, 2006 -