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Parodies/Spoofs on Classic Music

Date: Sat, 23 Aug 97 20:59:14 -0700
From: Fabiana Katz-Eser
Subject: SPOOFS compilation

It has taken me a while, but here, finally, is a compilation of *classical spoofs*.
Thank you to all who *participated* ;-)

Fabiana Katz-Eser

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CLASSICAL SPOOFS
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Old Mother Hubbard by Victor Hely-Hutchinson "set in the manner of Handel"
RIchard Genee: Italian Salad
Diane Loomer: Bagatelle Scherzo
Craig Courtney: "A Musicological Journey Through the 12 Days of Christmas."
PDQ Bach: (What can I say!) "Blaues Gras" (BlueGrass Cantata),The Seasonings, madrigals, carols, etc.
Seymour Barab: Parodies
Warner Brothers (?): Rabbit of Seville, What's Opera Doc?
Hely-Hutchinson: Handel-style version of Old Mother Hubbard.
King's Singers collection: Can¹t buy me love (Beatles)
Beethoven: Choral Fantasia (yes, an odd suggestion, but nonetheless..)
Geroge Botsford, arr: Rigoletto Quartette, based Verdi (Remick Music Corporation)
arr.??: Schubert¹s Trout Variations
Kenneth Hicken: Three Spoofs in Classical Style - Thomas Music Publishers
Mozart: Musical Joke
King Singers: Masterpiece; A little Christmas music
Carl Zytowski: *Ave Mater Anser* Hail Mother Goose = ad modum Schubert, Handel, Orff.
Stroope: *Old Hieronymous had a farm*
Victor Herbert: Art is Calling for Me, from his operetta called The Enchantress
Dohnanyi: "Variations on a Nursery Tune: (spoof elements)
??: Parody cantata on ³Jack and Jill²
William Billings: "Modern Music" and "Jargon"
on August 20, 2002 10:00pm
Bonjour,

si vous cherchez la r
on September 10, 2003 10:00pm
"Food for Fun" in early classical style is a light-hearted blessing. SATB, piano (actually, harpsichord is best) Makes a nice encore piece with reception and goodies following concert or before a banquet. If you'd like to hear and see a digitized version of the piece to get a gist of it, go to www.songsforall.com, click on "Repertoire" and click on "Food for Fun". If you'd like a copy of the score, feel free to e-mail me at kayne@songsforall.com.