Syncopated Clock - Hot Butter - Kappa Maki (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Syncopated Clock " still ticking along" an article by In that year I was approached by Decca Records to record an LP of my own music with my own orchestra. When the record was released.
  2. Japan only release. Issued with red/white obi. Track listing similar to More Hot Butter but in different order and this version features an additional track, 'Kappa Maki'. 4/5(1).
  3. The Syncopated Clock The Syncopated Clock Leroy Anderson & Mitchell Parish/arr. Gilpin - Alfred Music Publishing. This delightful change-of-pace choral is the perfect novelty number for any concert, and it's a marvelous tribute to Leroy Anderson on the th anniversary of his birth.
  4. Percy Faith (April 7, – February 9, ), was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After , he moved to Chicago, becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen in
  5. Sep 10,  · More Hot Butter, an Album by Hot Butter. Released in on Musicor (catalog no. MS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Electronic/5(2).
  6. Jun 29,  · Quick Facts about The Syncopated Clock. The Syncopated Clock was composed in Anderson wanted to give the listener the feeling of a clock with unexpected rhythms. The piece uses temple blocks to recreate the tick tock of the clock. It is written in 4/4 time, and begins with a regular ticking pattern a clock would make, but then disrupts.
  7. Composition. Anderson wrote "The Syncopated Clock" in while serving with the U.S. Army and assigned as Chief of the Scandinavian Desk of Military Intelligence in Washington. Anderson had been invited by Arthur Fiedler to guest-conduct the Boston Popular ("Pops") Orchestra during their annual Harvard Night. Anderson wanted to introduce a new work to Fiedler and composed a song about a.
  8. To hear the syncopated clock Tick-a-tock, tick-a-tock There's a zing in the swing of that clock Tock-a-tick, tock-a-tick Don't you think it's a marvelous trick Ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling There's a zong in the bong of that ring Ling-a-ting, ling-a-ting Don't you think it's a wonderful thing.

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