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Grew up in a town That is famous as a place of movie scenes Noise is always loud There are sirenes all around and the streets are mean. If I can make it here, I could make it anywere That's what they say Seeing my face in lights Or my name in marquees found down on Broadway. On the avenue, there ain't never a curfew Ladies work so hard Such a merlting pot on the corner selling rock Preachers pray to God. Hail a gipsy cab Takes me down from Harlem to the Brooklyn Bridge Someone sleeps tonight With a hunger for more then an empty fridge. One hand in the air for the big city Street lights, big dreams, all looking pretty No place in the world that can compare Put your lighters in the air Everybody say: Yeh, yeh; yeh, yeh. Em alta:. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. Nos avise. Enviada por Patricia e traduzida por Caboje. Legendado por Serena e mais 3 pessoas.
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New York Pro Musica was a vocal and instrumental ensemble that specialized in medieval and Renaissance music. It was co-founded in , under the name Pro Musica Antiqua , by Noah Greenberg , a choral director, and Bernard Krainis , a recorder player who studied with Erich Katz. The ensemble is perhaps best known for reviving the medieval Play of Daniel in the s, which has since become a popular liturgical drama among early music groups. The ensemble performed in for the Peabody Mason Concert series in Boston. Greenberg's successor, musicologist John Reeves White, took over the direction of the ensemble in ; the last director was George Houle, who tried to bring the group more in line with trends in Europe at a time when the United States was not ready for such changes. Houle went on to teach musicology at Stanford University.