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Friday, July 5, 2019

The Two Pianos Of Jeffry & Ronald Marlowe

Beatles Set
The Two Pianos Of Jeffry & Ronald Marlowe
Devon Records, Inc. - Jenkintown, PA
DV 7111

From the back cover: The two pianos of then Marlowes have been heard by millions of music lovers since a pair of prodigious eleven year olds made their debut on a coast to coast telecast with Milton Berle. Natives of Philadelphia and proteges of the famed duo-piano teams of Luboshutz and Nemenoff, Jeffry and Ronald made their orchestral debut, also at the age of eleven, with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Scores of television appearances and six seasons of sold-out, cross-country recital tours have followed, as well as engagements with the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and many other symphony orchestras.

Hey Jude
Yesterday
Eleanor Rigby
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Here, There And Everywhere
Michelle
Esurientes From "The Magnificat"
Sonata (1918)
a. Prelude
b. Rustique
c. Final
Wedding Day At Troldhaugen
From San Domingo
Stars And Stripes Forever

8 comments:

  1. What a great sound! I was expecting just 2 pianos, but the reality was so much better.

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  2. Wait, was that a track from a Franck Pourcel album instead?

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  3. My mom took me to see them when I was in 6th grade… for me it was a life changing event. I even got too buy the album… sadly , my three older brothers used it as a dart board and I never got to listen to the album. What a gem for me to find! THANK YOU!!!!!

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    1. What's your name? This is Jeff Marlowe's daughter. Where did you see them play?

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  4. Jen - last night - I just stumbled on the clip of your Dad and uncle on I’ve Got a Secret on YouTube from 1966. They were amazing. I got curious about them and discovered that your Dad just passed away in late July. I am so sorry for your loss.

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