"The Song of the Indian Guest" (from Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's opera Sadko), was popularized as "Song of India" by Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra.
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The Song of the Indian Guest by Rimsky-Korsakov
Song of India by Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra
"Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" is a ballet within a musical comedy, Richard Rodgers' On Your Toes. Choreographed by George Ballanchine, the ballet describes the story of a dancer who falls for a dance hall girl, only to see her shot and killed by her jealous boyfriend, who he in turn shoots and kills. This rendition by James Last & his Orchestra is 70s psychedelic. The suits, the hair, my god.
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Music and comedy revues developed by Florenz Ziegfeld, featuring lots and lots of beautiful women wearing very little. Amidst the comedy and the singing.
This article notes how Ziegfeld ruthlessly exploited women, but at least he wasn't a racist. Thank god for that!
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Shadow boxing is a training method for combat sports, mainly boxing, where one person throws punches to practice timing and form. Often used by brothers to annoy sisters, with the punches falling just short of contact.
Extremely popular card game in the U.S. in the 1950s, rivaling Bridge. Originated in Uruguay in 1939.