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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