Posted by Traci on July 03, 1997 at 07:23:08:
In reply to Re: Another Knightengale in Berkeley Square... posted by Lori on July 03, 1997 at 00:47:04
If I'm not mistaken, the song is "A Nightingale Sang In Berkely Square" in honor of the London spot Berkely Square. I know it was popular during World War II and many people have sung it, probably Harry Connick Jr.among them He's a great crooner!
I also have a guitar version of it by John Williams from his CD "Echoes of London" some years back.
Perhaps some of the others here can help with info. on the song's origins?
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very good points luisa. no matter what one thinks about the writing/directing of emma3 vs. emma2, will anyone argue that gwyneth paltrow's acting is in the same league as kb's? indeed, i'd say that kb's so good for someone so young that she's almost in a class by herself. gp seemed to me to be clearly straining at the accent/emotions at times, which made me feel sorry for her because it was truly a heroic and admirable performance. p.s. just got the emma2 cd; i listen to it on my computer, in my car, even on my portable player in bed at night. does that mean i've finally snapped, or does it just mean that i try not to think about emma2 at dinner, in the garden, and even when i go to bed at night? something has got to be done!
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