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Video Clips of Anna Harwell Celenza

Sinatra the Jazz Singer

December marks the centennial celebration of the birth of Francis Albert Sinatra – Ol’ Blue Eyes, the Chairman of the Board. Sinatra made his mark on American culture by excelling as a recording artist, performer and movie actor. From his days as the teen idol who made the bobbysoxers swoon with the Harry James Big Band, through his years of growth as mature interpreter of the Great American Song Book, Sinatra was a one of a kind talent.

As part of Tanglewood’s “One Day University” program in Lenox, Massachusetts on Sunday August 23, Anna Harwell Celenza lectured on the topic “A Sinatra Centennial: What Made Old Blue Eyes Great?” STRAIGHT NO CHASER invited to talk about Sinatra on the radio.
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