Seven Keys (quiz, with host Jack Narz)

     (ABC Daytime, 1961 - 1964)

Theme 1: Overture from "Gypsy"


    [verified by TV quiz-show theme collector Gary Stark of 
     Beachwood, Ohio...who says they used the version of the
     overture from the original Broadway cast album.]

     Composers: music by Jule Styne (ASCAP), with 
                lyric by Stephen Sondheim (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: Chappell & Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
     1998 Publishers: Stratford Music Corporation (ASCAP)
                        c/o Warner-Chappell Music, Inc.
                        of Los Angeles, CA; and
                      Williamson Music Co. (ASCAP)
                        of New York, NY

     Composition Date: [1959, according to the book "Show Tunes" by 
                        Steven Suskin]
     Copyright Date: Sep. 2, 1960; EP 145 069.
     Renewal   Date: May  5, 1988; RE-381-081.
         LP: Original Broadway Cast recording
             conducted by Milton Rosenstock.
             Columbia OL-5420/OS-2018 (1959)
             Columbia S-32607 (1959 reissue)

         CD: Broadway Cast Recording

Theme 2: "Let That Song Begin"

    [Theme ID and recording information from TV quiz-show 
     theme collector Gary Stark of Beachwood, Ohio.]

     Composers:  Claire Carroll (BMI), and
                 Carl Jampel (BMI)

     Original Publisher: Pegasus Music Company (BMI)
     1998 Publisher: Pegasus Music Company (BMI)
     Copyright Date:
     Recording: 45rpm single by Marty Malneck
                   Alpha Recording Co. #9001 (1501)

Theme 3: "Little Bells and Big Bells (Glocke und Gloeckchen)"

    [original German title: "Glocke und Glöckchen";
     ASCAP Title: Bells and Little Bells;
     aka: Big Bells and a Little Bell;
     aka: Big Bells and Little Bells]
     Composer: Helmut Zacharias (German GEMA/ASCAP/BMI)

     1978 Publishers: MCA, Inc. (ASCAP); and
                      Musikverlag Cordial (GEMA)
     2003 Publisher: Universal-MCA Music Publishing (ASCAP)
                        div. of Universal Studios
                        of Los Angeles, CA

     [piano "Foxtrot" arrangement by Siegfried Ulbrich 
      filed for copyright]:     
     U.S. Copyright Date: Oct. 5, 1955; EFO-39 459.
     U.S. Renewal Date:   Nov. 7, 1983; RE 189 981.
         LP: Passport To Romance
             by Percy Faith and His Orchestra
             Columbia CL-880 (1956)        
         Reissued on CD: Passport To Romance/Mucho Gusto! [2-on-1]
                         by Percy Faith and His Orchestra
                         Collectables COL-CD-6057 (1999)

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