Oregon Festival of American Music 2016
Follow The Boys
Hollywood in the War Years
Thu, Aug 11, 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Marriott Residence Inn
Of the 1,540 feature-length films released by Hollywood studios between 1939 and ’45, over half (818) were in some way related to the war. Some, like 1942’s Casablanca, are classics; others were, well, really bad; and most – even the awful ones – featured one or more fabulous songs.
For this afternoon concert, Jesse Cloninger and the Emerald City jazz Kings offer up a set of our absolute favorites from these years, including “As Time Goes By”, “I’ll Walk Alone”, “Besame Mucho”, “Cow-Cow Boogie”, “Blues In The Night”, “White Christmas”, “Swinging On A Star”, and more!
Event Personnel
Directors
Jesse Cloninger, director
Vocalists
Musicians
Jesse Cloninger, reeds
Joe Manis, reeds
Idit Shner, reeds
Justin Woodward, trumpet
Glenn Griffith, trombone
Tyler Abbott, bass
Michael Radliff, guitar
Merlin Showalter, drums
The Emerald City Jazz Kings, the band
PROGRAM
SET I
 Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
(1942) interpolated into Private Buckaroo
Words by Charles Tobias, Lew Brown
Music by Sam Stept
 As Time Goes By
(1931) Everybody's Welcome
Words & music by Herman Hupfeld
 Long Ago And Far Away
(1944) Cover Girl
Words by Ira Gershwin
Music by Jerome Kern
 White Christmas
(1942) Holiday Inn
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 Mad About Him … Blues
(1944)
Words by Larry Markes
Music by Dick Charles
 Moonlight Serenade
(1939) interpolated into Day-Time Wife
Words by Mitchell Parish
Music by Glenn Miller
 Swinging On A Star
(1944) Going My Way
Words by Johnny Burke
 Honeysuckle Rose
(1929)
Words by Andy Razaf
Music by Fats Waller
 The Last Time I Saw Paris
(1941) Lady Be Good
Words by Oscar Hammerstein II
Music by Jerome Kern
 Six Jerks In A Jeep
(1942)
Words & music by Sid Robin
SET II
 Bésame Mucho
(1940)
Words by Consuelo Velázquez (sp), Sunny Skylar (en)
Music by Consuelo Velázquez
 I'll Walk Alone
(1944)
Words by Sammy Cahn
Music by Jule Styne
 I Concentrate On You
(1940) Broadway Melody of 1940
Words & music by Cole Porter
 I Get Along Without You Very Well
(1939)
Words & music by Hoagy Carmichael
 C Jam Blues
(1942)
Music by Duke Ellington
 One For My Baby
(1943) The Sky's The Limit
Words by Johnny Mercer
Music by Harold Arlen
 The White Cliffs Of Dover
(1941)
Words by Nat Burton
Music by Walter Kent
 Bei Mir Bist Du Schön
(1937) Love Honor And Behave
Words by Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Music by Sholom Secunda
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Harold Arlen, 1905-1986
Irving Berlin, 1888-1989
Lew Brown, 1893-1958
Johnny Burke, 1908-1964
Nat Burton, -
Sammy Cahn, 1913-1993
Hoagy Carmichael, 1899-1981
Saul Chaplin, 1912-1997
Dick Charles, -
Duke Ellington, 1899-1974
Ira Gershwin, 1896-1983
Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960
Herman Hupfeld, 1894-1951
Walter Kent, 1911-1994
Jerome Kern, 1885-1945
Larry Markes, -
Johnny Mercer, 1909-1976
Glenn Miller, 1904-1944
Mitchell Parish, 1900-1993
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Andy Razaf, 1895-1973
Sid Robin, 1912-1985
Sholom Secunda, -
Sunny Skylar, -
Sam Stept, 1897-1964
Jule Styne, 1905-1994
Charles Tobias, 1898-1970
Jimmy Van Heusen, 1913-1990
Consuelo Velázquez, 1916-2005
Fats Waller, 1904-1943
Ticket/Venue Info
Follow The Boys Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20%  Stud. 
A32.00  29.00  27.25  25.75  16.00 
B28.00  25.25  24.00  22.50  14.00 
C22.00  20.00  18.75  17.75  11.00 
O18.00  16.25  15.50  14.50  9.00 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000

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