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Central Park. NYC Street Series. August 2014. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Central Park. NYC Street Series. August 2014. By Paul Goldfinger ©  Click to enlarge.

 

ANDREA BOCELLI   “Amapola” was composed in Spain in 1924.  It was on the soundtrack of Once Upon a Time in America

 

 

Andrea Bocelli.

Andrea Bocelli.

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Washington Square, NYC. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

Washington Square, NYC. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

GATO BARBIEIRI  “Last Tango Girl in Black”  from the film the Last Tango in Paris.

 

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Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fifth Avenue. NYC. By Paul Goldfinger. NYC Street Series. © Undated.

Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fifth Avenue. NYC. By Paul Goldfinger. NYC Street Series. © Undated.

 

MAROON 5   “I Shall Be Released.” Written by Bob Dylan.

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Greenwich Village, NYC. Paul Goldfinger photo © Blogfinger.net

Greenwich Village, NYC. Paul Goldfinger photo © Blogfinger.net

 

RENÉE FLEMING and KELLI O’HARA     from Renée’s album Christmas in New York:

 

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August 2014. NYC Street Series. By Paul Goldfinger © Blogfinger.net

Times Square.  August 2014. NYC Street Series. By Paul Goldfinger © Blogfinger.net  Click to enlarge

We had a Blogfinger visitor yesterday  from Hong Kong, no small city either.  This music is called “A Countess from Hong Kong” and is a soundtrack selection from the movie Charlie Chaplin.  The performance is by Carl Davis conducting the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Ninth Avenue. By Paul Goldfinger. © 2014.

Ninth Avenue. By Paul Goldfinger. © 2014. Click to enlarge.

JIM BRYANT   From West Side Story.

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NYC Street Series.  2014.  Paul Goldfinger photo.

NYC Street Series. 2014. Paul Goldfinger photo.   ©  Click to enlarge.

THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES:

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August, 2014.  By Paul Goldfinger, from the NYC street series ©

August, 2014. By Paul Goldfinger, from the NYC street series ©  Click to enlarge.

It was probably a group of day-campers, perhaps 20 of them–boys and girls of a similar age. They all wore matching orange shirts, and like all street-wise  New York kids, they were jaunty, fearless and outgoing as they enjoyed the park as if it were their back-yards, which, I suppose, it was. The counselors were close by, reconnoitering the area while trying to remain semi-invisible.   You could see that they were doing a tricky balance-bar dance as they watched their charges, like a Greek goatherd would his flock.

The kids laughed and chattered, forming and reforming groups, with some of them making the rounds, darting from one clump of kids to another. Then they all grouped together–I guess I missed the signal.  And then, all together,  they were gone.

ALICE COOPER.  “School’s Out.”   From the album Rhino Hi Five: Summertime songs.

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