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The Lark Quartet Plays George Gershwin

The Lark Quartet Plays George Gershwin
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The Lark Quartet Plays George Gershwin
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The poetry and lyricism in songs by George Gershwin have universal appeal. The Lark Quartet plays three songs by Gershwin, arranged for string quartet by Stanley Silverman. "He Loves and She Loves," "Do It Again," and "Sweet and Lowdown," with a touch of Ella Fitzgerald.

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