Lucio agostini once upon a hundred years front


Agostini, Lucio - Once Upon a Hundred Years

Format: LP
Label: CBC Radio Canada LM 56
Year: 1967
Origin: Italy - Montréal, Québec - Toronto, Ontario
Genre: jazz, latin, theatre, Soundtrack, Musical, Television
Keyword:  Canada's Centennial
Value of Original Title: $300.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, Canadiana, Jazz, Rarest Canadian Music, The Great Canadian Soundtrack, Centennial, 1960's, CBC Radio Canada LM Series


Side 1

Track Name
Skiing in Québec
Centennial Caravan
Up, Up and a Bull
Canadians at Work
Canadians on the Go-Go

Side 2

Track Name
Dundurn Castle
Pan Am Young and Old
Cocktails In New York
Voyageur Canoe Race
Chuck Wagon Race
Once Upon a Hundred Years (Theme)



Lucio Agostini - Once Upon a Hundred Years


Lucio Agostini - Once Upon a Hundred Years


Lucio Agostini - Once Upon a Hundred Years

Lucio agostini once upon a hundred years front

Once Upon a Hundred Years


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1967 was Canada's year, the year we celebrated One Hundred Years of Confederation in every way we knew how, celebrations public and celebrations private, large and small. The CBC ninety minute special "ONCE UPON A HUNDRED YEARS", produced by Peter Kelly, is the story of 1967, a story Canadians could be, and were, proud of." The man chosen to write the music for this glorious film special was one of Canada's best known composers-arrangers, Mr. LUCIO AGOSTINI. He built a theme to match the year, a theme that really captures the spirit of a nation celebrating its one hundredth birthday. "ONCE UPON A HUNDRED YEARS" aired on the CBC Network January 1st, 1968. Produced by Peter Kelly, with the talents of Max Furguson and Thom Benson. It was recorded the previous November (17th and 18th) in Toronto, with an orchestra consisting of some of the finest musicians in the country. The soundtrack is MUSIC ONLY, no narration as in the film. This is a very rare piece of Canadiana, and one almost certainly never to be re-issued in any way.


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