Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

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"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" est canticum ab Hieronymo Kern, compositore Americano, et Ottone Harbach, poetá, compositum pro Robertá, suá operettaá, anno 1933 productá. Canticum primum in disco a Gertrudá Niesen die 13 Octobris 1933 perscriptum et a societate Victor, numero 24454, editum. Id est ab Irená Dunne cantum in Roberta, accommodatione pelliculosa anno 1935 divulgata, in qua Fridericus Astaire, Zingiber Rogers, et Randolphus Scott partes etiam egerunt. Canticum etiam est a musicis permultis cantum. Primus fuit Paulus Whiteman et Sui Symphoniaci, Roberto Lawrence canenti; eorum discus summas chartulas anno 1934 attigit. Nathanael "Rex" Cole cantum primum anno 1946 cecinit. Fortasse inclutissimus concentus est anno 1958 a The Platters, grege doo-wop perscriptus, cuius canticum versum ad summam chartulam Billboard Hot 100 in CFA, et locum tertium in chartulis R&B attigit, anno 1959.[1]

Anno 1956, Victor Damone hunc cantum "contexit" (Anglice: covered) et impressio facta est una ex suis inclutissimis. "Res tecta" (cover) a Blue Haze, grege Britannico, anno 1972 canta etiam populi favorem accepit. "Boots" Randolph, saxophonista, cantum exsecutus est in latere B sui disci longisonantis (LP) Yakety Sax. Brianus Ferry cantum contexit anno 1974 in albo Another Time, Another Place, quod ad locum septimum decimum in chartulis Britannicis mense Septembre anno 1974 ascendit. Hieronymus Garcia musicum cantici videonem decada 199 ineunti, cum Ashley Judd, actrice, manifesto sedenti audientique, divulgavit. Similiter eodem tempore, canticum ab Eartha Kitt cantum est in Germania et in disco Thinking Jazz conservatum.

Cantores notabiles qui cantum cecinerunt sunt Ludovicus Armstrong, Patricia Austin, Ricardus Clayderman, Raimundus Conniff, Thomas Dorsey, Sergius Gainsbourg, Iuditha Garland, Beniaminus Goodman, Gulielma Holiday, Engelbertus Humperdinck, Keith Jarrett, Led Zeppelin (solum pars cantici), Peggy Lee, Ioannes Mathis, Georgius Melachrino, Glenn Miller, Thelonius Monk, Editha Piaf, Sonny Rollins, David Sanborn, Dinah Washington, Margarita Whiting, Arthurus Tatum, et Zoot (in Muppet Show).

Canticum auditus est in nonnullis pelliculis, praecipue Georgii Lucas American Graffiti (1973), et Being Julia (2004, a Stephano Szabó moderata, quae praemium "Golden Globe" abstulit. Exsecutio a The Platters magnam vim habet in Always (1989), pellicula a Stephano Spielberg moderata, et similiter in fabula sonituque pelliculae Three Times (2006), ab Hou Hsiao-Hsien moderatae. Auditus est in Raineri Werner Fassbinder pellicula "Die Bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant" (1972). Etiam, persona ab Cher acta primam versuum seriem canit in pellicula Tea With Mussolini (1999). "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" est titulus Mad Men (2007), primi excursus dramatis originalis AMC.

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942–2004. Record Research. p. 463 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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