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HILDEGARDE (LORETTA SELL) PAPERS

RECORDINGS, 1938-1993, n.d.


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The Incomparable Hildegarde. S.I. : Visiondisc Home Videocassettes, 1978 M1630.18.H554 1978
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The Incomparable Hildegarde starring in "Last Night When We Were Young," ca. 1986
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Christopher Closeup, "A Conversation with Hildegarde," program #552, ca. 1986
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C.B.S. Sunday Morning Show, July 13, 1986; Joe Franklin Show, December 26, 1986; Made in New York, January 9, 1987; GI June, February, 1980
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Decca presents a group of Noel Coward Songs Sung by Hildegarde. New York: Decca, 1939 (Side 1: Someday I'll Find You. Side 2: Dance Little Lady. Side 3: I'll Follow My Secret Heart. Side 4: Zigeuner. Side 5: I'll See You Again. Side 6: A Room With A View.) Program notes inserted in container. Unnamed orchestra, Ray Sinatra, conductor. Container is inscribed by Hildegarde. (78 r.p.m.; 3 disks) M1630.18 .H559 1939
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Selections from the Vinton Freedley musical production "Let's Face It." New York: Decca, 1941 (Side 1: Ev'rything I Love - Hildegarde at the Piano. Side 2: Ace in the Hole. Side 3: You Irritate Me So. Side 4: A Little Rumba Numba. Side 5: Farming. Side 6: I Hate You Darling) (78 r.p.m.; 3 disks) M1630.18 .H5596 1941
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George Gershwin. New York : Columbia, 1955 (Side A: The Man I Love; Do, Do, Do; My One and Only; 'S Wonderful; Half of It, Dearie, Blues; Fascinating Rhythm; Sweet and Low Down. Side B: Summertime; Bess, You Is My Woman; It Ain't Necessarily So; I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'; There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York) (33 r.p.m.) M 1630.18 .H557 1955
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Hildegarde Sings: "The Incomparable Hildegarde." Brooklyn, N.Y.: Design, 1957 (Side A: Lili Marlene; I Love You in Any Language; Cheek To Cheek; Mademoiselle de Paree; "Tristesse, Toujours, Tristesse." Side B: September Song; If I Knew You Were Coming (I'd 've Baked a Cake); Ti-Pi-Tin; The Trees of Paris; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (I Love You)) (33 r.p.m.) M1630.18 .H556 1957
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Hildegarde: A Souvenir Album. New York : Decca, [1958] (Side A: Wunderbar; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; Dites-Moi; The Last Time I Saw Paris; Lili Marlene; One Look At You (Ca Fait Boum!). Side B: They're Either Too Young or Too Old; I'll Be Seeing You; Raisins and Almonds (A Song For My Mother); Paris Wakes Up and Smiles; Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye; It's a Big Wide Wonderful World) (33 r.p.m.) M1630.18 H553 1958
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New Songs By the Incomparable Hildegarde. New York : Sesac, [196-?]  (Side A: Here's To Us; You Don't Say Yes, You Don't Say No; In Love With a Memory; Savoir-Faire; Unless You're in Love; Alouette. Side B: Before Another Spring; Chiu Chiu; Strange Little Melody; La Mirada; Du, Du; Mansion Over the Hilltop) (33 r.p.m.) M1630.18 .H555 1962
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Hildegarde's Souvenir Record Album. Milwaukee, Wis. : Raynard, [1967?] (Side A: My Milwaukee. Side B: Wisconsinland) (45 r.p.m.) CUJE H55 REC 1
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The Incomparable Hildegarde "On The Air," 1936-1944. Redmond, Wash. : Totem Records, 1981 (Side A: Theme (Je Vous Aime, Beaucoup); I'm In a Dancing Mood; You Are All I Wanted; Eeny Meeny Mo; Who Loves You?; Wien Wien; Goodnight My Love; Never Gonna Dance. Side B: I couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night; I'll Be Seeing You: Blue Room; I Love You; A New Sun in a New Sky; My Shining Hour; You're the Dream; Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart) (33 r.p.m) M1630.18 .H5533 1981
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Hildegarde: Early Recordings, Volume One, n.d. (Side A: Wunderbar; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; Dites-Moi; The Last Time I Saw Paris; Lili Marlene; One Look At You; They're Either Too Young or Too Old; I'll Be Seeing You; Raisons and Almonds; When the Sun Goes Down, Paris Wakes Up; Every Time We Say Goodbye; It's a Big Wide Wonderful World; East Side, West Side; Sweet Rosy O'Grady; The Gypsy; I'll Close My Eyes. Side B: There's No Holding Me; I Worship You; Zigorny; Jennie Made Her Mind Up; This is New; Now It Can be Told; I'm in the Mood For Love; Love Walked In; There's a Small Hotel; They Can't Take That Away From Me; I Get Along Without You Very Well; Feelings; La Vie en Rose)
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Hildegarde: Other Early Recordings, n.d. (Side A: They're Either Too Young or Too Old; Raisins and Almonds; Dites-Moi; Joue a Joue; Comme une Boite a Musique; Love Walked In; Goodnight Angel; There's No Holding Me; I'll Close My Eyes; My Cousin in Milwaukee; You Made Me Love You)
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"Those Wonderful Thirties," n.d. (Side A: Songs by various artists, including Hildegarde's "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup." Side B: Songs by various artists, including Hildegarde's "Yesterday," "People," and It's Impossible/Lovesong")
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Hildegarde, Decca, n.d. "The Last Time I Saw Paris," "Lili Marlene," "I'll be Seeing You"
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Hildegarde singing "Peace and Harmony" at Memorial Mass, Bishop Sheen, n.d.
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Hildegarde in an album of Songs by Vernon Duke, Decca, Album No. 124, n.d. (April in Paris; Now; I Can't Get Started; Suddenly; What Is There to Say; I Cling to You)
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Hildegarde, Town Hall "Interludes," n.d. Hildegarde performing live at Town Hall
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"Chins Up!" n.d. Recording of Hildegarde’s personal experiences and thoughts
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Hildegarde, n.d. "Gloomy Sunday," "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup," "Goodnight, My Love," "I Wanna Go To the Zoo," "For Me, For You"
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Vince Giordano's Nighthawks, Hildegarde project, n.d.
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Hildegarde, Harry Fleetwood for Radio France, n.d. (Side A: Introduction by Harry Fleetwood (in French); Lili Marlene; I Love You In Any Language; Cheek to Cheek (in French); Mademoiselle de Paree; "Tristesse, Toujours, Tristesse"; September Song; If I Knew You Were Coming (I'd ve Baked a Cake); Ti-Pi-Tin; You Remind Me of Someone; Trees of Paris; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (I Love You). Side B: Alouette; The Sun, the Sea, the Sand; Souvenirs of Summertime; Christmas is Christmas All Over the World; Ask Your Heart; I'm Going to See You Today; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; I Worship You; You Will Remember Vienna; A Little Cafe Down the Street; My Bel Ami; The Last Time I Saw Paris)
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Hildegarde: Various recordings and radio appearances, ca. 1935-1949, (Part One and Two)
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Hildegarde: Various recordings and radio appearances, ca. 1935-1949, (Part Three and Four)
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Hildegarde: Various recordings and radio appearances, ca. 1935-1949, (Part Five and Six)
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Hildegarde: Various recordings and radio appearances, ca. 1935-1949, (Part Seven and Eight)
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Gershwin Tribute with Hildegarde, Fred Astaire, Christopher Stone, Larry Adler, and Carroll Gibbons and his orchestra. Columbia Records, 1938
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"Lady in the Dark," (Gershwin/ Weill), Decca, 1941 (Saga of Jenny, Part One; Saga of Jenny, Part Two; This is New; Girl of the Moment; My Ship; One Life to Live)
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"The Raleigh Room," June 13, 1944. Hildegarde with Leo Durocher, Willie Howard, and Al Kelly
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"The Raleigh Room," October 17, 1944. Hildegarde with Bronksy and Babbin, Barry Wood, and Patsy Kelly / "Hildegarde's Radio Show," ca. 1944. Hildegarde with George Jessel, Bill Stern, Milton Cross, Bud Collyer, and Ed Herlihy
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Hildegarde: Philco Radio Hall of Fame, with Ray Bolger, M.C., November 26, 1944
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Hildegarde with Frank McHugh, Russell Swan, and Oscar Leuant, January 30, 1945
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"The Raleigh Room," NBC Radio, May 8, 1945. (Victory in Europe Day). Hildegarde with Milton Berle, J. Carroll Nash, and John Sebastian "The Raleigh Room," WEAS Radio, June 13, 1945. Hildegarde with Willie Howard, Leo Durocher, Harry Sosnick and His Orchestra
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"Hildegarde's Radio Room" June 1945. Buddy Clark subs for ailing star, with Carmel Meyers, Jay Johnson, Joey Faye, Joan Caulfield, and Harry Sosnick and His Orchestra / Hildegarde: "Guest star" on radio show for the U.S. Treasury, with Harry Sosnick and his Orchestra, 1953 (There's Gonna Be a Great Day; March of the Toys (Orchestra); It's Only a Paper Moon. Side B: Halleluiah; It's Nice To Be Nice; Let's Try Again; Beauty Thru the Night; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; I've Told Every Little Star; Why Shouldn't It Happen To Us?)
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"The Eddie Cantor Show," December 2, 1945. Hildegarde in "Spellbound skit"
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"The Raleigh Room," NBC Radio, October 23, 1945. Hildegarde with Boris Karloff, Perce Westmore, Oscar Levant, and Harry Sosnick and His Orchestra "The Raleigh Room," NBC Radio, January 23, 1946. Hildegarde with Gypsy Rose Lee, Johnny Morgan, Tom Helmore, and Arlene Francis (Side A: Gobs of Love; How Deep is the Ocean: Tico Tico; Poppa's New Cab; I'll Be Yours; Comedy Sketch-Levant; That's For Me. Side B: Relax; Let's Try Again; Just the Gypsy in My Soul; Sometimes I'm Happy; Blind Date Spoof; How Deep is the Ocean (Incomplete))
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U.S. Savings Bonds "Guest Star" Radio Show, July 31, 1949
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"Tallullah Bankhead Show" at Lake Tahoe, ca. 1950-1955
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Hildegarde live at the Rainbow Grill, January 1971 / B.M.I. Workshop, n.d. "I'm tired of . . ." and "Surrounded by Loneliness"
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"Words and Music" radio program with Ed Klein and Gladys Shelley. Interview with Hildegarde, ca. 1978
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"The Raleigh Room" on the Joe Franklin Show, July 30, 1978
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"Big Broadcast of 1944," October 21, 1979 (Side A: Don Wilson, Harry James Orchestra, Dennis Day, Ink
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"Big Broadcast of 1944," October 21, 1979 (Side A: Fran Warren and Dennis Day. Side B: Dick Haymes and finale) (Part Two)
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Hildegarde sings "Peace and Harmony" by Gladys Shelley, 1980
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"Hollywood Star Time," Pantages Theater, Hollywood, January 20, 1983 (Side A: Introduction of artists; Get Happy Introduction; When You're Smiling (Gene Bell); Incomparable Hildegarde; Mary Healy and Peter Lind Hayes comedy act. Side B: Everything Roses (Vivian Laine); Big Spender (Edie Adams); My Ship (Allan Jones)
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"Candy Jones Radio Show," WMCA Radio, November 21, 1983. Hildegarde interview / "Stan Martin Celebrity Corner," WEUD Radio, November 28, 1983. Gladys Shelley, Tony Cointreau, Marianna Young, Hildegarde, and Charles Pierce
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Hildegarde, July 27, 1984 "What's More American," "Older Women," "I Love a Piano," "Louella," "12th Street Rag"
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"Last Night When We Were Young," Running order and comments, December, 1984
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"Danny Stiles Show," WRTN Radio, June 19, 1985. Promotion for Hildegarde and Mark Coffin / Show starring Hildegarde with Mark Coffin and Danny Stiles at the Summit Hotel, Summit (N.J.), June 20, 1985
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Hildegarde in Milwaukee, live concert, ca. 1986 (Act One)
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Hildegarde in Milwaukee, live concert, ca. 1986 (Act Two)
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"Candy Jones Interview Show," WMCA Radio, January 18, 1986. Hildegarde and Mark Coffin / "Listening Room," WQXR Radio, January 22, 1986. Hildegarde, Robert Sherman, Michael Feinstein
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"William B. Williams Show" from Waldorf Astoria Hotel, with Hildegarde, January 23, 1986
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Hildegarde at Carnegie Hall, 80th birthday concert, February 1, 1986 (Part One)
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Hildegarde at Carnegie Hall, 80th birthday concert, February 1, 1986 (Part Two)
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Hildegarde at Carnegie Hall, 80th birthday concert, February 1, 1986 (Part Three)
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Hildegarde with Mitch Kerper and Mark Coffin, February 8, 1986
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Hildegarde, July 3, 1986, "It's Impossible," "Lovestory," "Yesterday," "People"
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Hildegarde, July 26, 1986, "You Don't Have to Be Twenty-Two"
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"Staying young in America" with Roz Dunn, September 17, 1986, interview with Hildegarde
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Hildegarde-1986. New York : GP Records & Tapes, 1986 (Side A: Twenty Two. Side B: Doing What I Love To Do; My Country Has Been Good To Me) M1630.18 .H558 1986
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"David Kenney Program," November 23, 1987. Hildegarde and Josephine Baker
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So Rare. London : Conifer Records, 1988 (Side A: Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; Yours and Mine: Cheek to Cheek; This Year's Kisses; I Dream Too Much Alone; Pennies From Heaven; Ten Pretty Girls; It's the Natural Thing To Do; Practising the Piano; A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody. Side B: I'm Feelin' Like a Million; I Wanna Go To the Zoo; There's a Small Hotel; Eeeny Meeny Miney Mo; Will You Remember?; But Where Are You/Let's Face the Music and Dance; I Was Lucky; The Moon Got In My Eyes/All You Want To Do is Dance; So Rare) M1630.18 .H552 1988
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Everything Old is New Again, January 4, 1988 and January 11, 1988
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"David Kenney Program" WBAI Radio, February 8, 1988, interview with Hildegarde
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Hildegarde on unidentified radio program, 1988
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Hildegarde at Rainbow and Stars, January 18, 1989
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Hildegarde at Palm Desert, May 27, 1989
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"Ed Hurst's Steel Pier Radio Show," WPEN Aircheck, April 7, 1990, interview with Buddy Morrow and Hildegarde
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"Hildegarde . . . Live at 85!" Russian Tea Room, April 14, 1991 (11 p.m. show) [Entire show up to "Sweet Sorrow'']
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"Hildegarde . . . Live at 85!" Empire Plush Room, San Francisco (Calif.), May 10 and 13, 1991
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"Hildegarde . . . Live at 85!" March 13, 1992 (Part One)
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"Hildegarde . . . Live at 85!" March 13, 1992 (Part Three)
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"Hildegarde . . . Live at 85!" March 13, 1992 (Part Four)
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Entrancing Music. London : Sepia Records, Ltd., 2006 (When I'm With You; The Touch of Your Lips; Goodnight My Love; Alexander's Ragtime Band Memories: (Blue Skies; Alexander's Ragtime Band; What'll I Do); The Blue Room; Lover; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; I Worship You; You Made Me Love You; A Real Nice Clambake; Leave Us Face It; The Cab Song; Sigh by Night; Sidewalks of New York; Why Shouldn't it Happen to Us (with Buddy Clark); I've Told Every Little Star (with Buddy Clark); One-Zy, Two-Zy; The Gypsy; I'll Be Yours (l'Attendrai); I'll Close My Eyes; There's No Holding Me; Ask Your Heart; One Look At You (Ca Fait Boum!); Oh, My Darling!; Wunderbar; Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye M1630.18 .H55 2006