Live from Lincoln Center: Season 7, Episode 1

An Evening with Danny Kaye and the New York Philharmonic (23 Sep. 1981)

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A night of classical music,conducted by famous comedian actor Danny Kaye,is something for the whole family to watch. Danny puts his talents to use while conducting and makes it very special for people of all ages.

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A night of classical music,conducted by famous comedian actor Danny Kaye,is something for the whole family to watch. Danny puts his talents to use while conducting and makes it very special for people of all ages.

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The Nutcracker: Arabian Dance
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Played by the New York Philharmonic
Conducted by Danny Kaye
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14 March 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

What a pleasure this is! No story, no plot, just the results of what happened when Danny Kaye was attending one of Mehta's rehearsals and he asked Kaye if he would like to try conducting. Mehta claimed the orchestra sounded better with Kaye conducting. Certainly, they never laughed as much. Great classical music and great classical burlesque humor.


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