This episode begins with Mozart—a movement from a piano sonata. It ends with a popular song, from the mid-1950s: “Little Things Mean a Lot.” In between are wonders and curiosities—including the Orientalist song on which the James Bond theme is based.

Mozart, Allegretto from Sonata No. 10 in C major, K. 330

“The Star-Spangled Banner,” arranged by Stravinsky

“The Tahiti Trot,” an arrangement by Shostakovich of “Tea for Two”

Norman, Monty, “Bad Sign, Good Sign”

Norman, Monty, “The James Bond Theme”

Stutz-Lindeman, “Little Things Mean a Lot”

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    Enjoyable as always.

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