by VideosTimes2 458,175 views
The regular orchestra leader on TV's 1950 classic live show, Your Hit Parade, was one of the show's star's husband! Dorothy Collins was married to Raymond Scott, and appeared on Hit Parade every Saturday night with Gisele MacKenzie, Snooky Lanson, Russell Arms and Ray Charles (singers). Raymond is seen in an April 16, 1955 on camera performance with his quintette performing his composition Powerhouse. Not long after Hit Parade left the airwaves, Dorothy and Raymond were divorced amid rumors that Scott let his perfectionism get in the way of the marriage.
75 years ago, Raymond Scott recorded this iconic hit tune, "Powerhouse." On the same date, following 8 months of rehearsals with his Quintette at CBS, he also recorded "Twilight In Turkey," "Minuet In Jazz," and "The Toy Trumpet" — not bad for a day's work. He didn't realize2
by RaymondScottArchives 133,795 views
Warner Bros. made this official montage of Raymond Scott's classic 1937 tune, "Powerhouse," in vintage LOONEY TUNES and MERRIE MELODIES animation • More into about Raymond Scott: http://RaymondScott.com
• Index of Raymond Scott music in LOONEY TUNES: http://RaymondScott.com/#b1d/custom_plain
by RaymondScottArchives 1,641 views
Slideshow & Text by me, Jeff Winner (*turn-on annotations*)
LINCOLN CENTER for the Performing Arts, New York City, Dec. 1st, 2011 • TARGET® Concert Series presents: The Raymond Scott Orchestrette, Celebrating the 75th ANNIVERSARY of Raymond Scott's music, which he debuted live on CBS Radio, December 26th, 1936
PHOTOS — browse the pics on Flickr or Facebook:
75th ANNIVERSARY of Raymond Scott's Music:
• Wayne Barker (bandleader, arrangements, piano, melodica)
• Brian Dewan (electric zither, koto, piano, accordion, vocals, arrangements)
• Michael Hashim (alto & soprano sax)
• Will Holshouser (accordion, arrangements)
• George Rush (upright bass)
• Rob Thomas (violin)
• Clem Waldmann (drums)
• Guest solo: Beth Sorrentino (vocals, piano) peforming ''The Toy Trumpet''
• Carrie Makover (RS's daughter)
• Stan Warnow (RS's son)
• Irwin Chusid of The RS Archives
• Jeff Winner of The RS Archives
• Japanese musicians/producers Takashi Okada & his wife Tomoko Kataoka
• "Twilight in Turkey"
• "Tobacco Auctioneer"
• "Oil Gusher"
• "Peter Tambourine"
• "Mountain High, Valley Low"
• "Ford Autolite" (Live 'commercial break')
• "Little Miss Echo"
• "Square Dance for Eight Egyptian Mummies"
• "The Penguin"
• "Yesterday's Ice Cubes are Water Today"
• "The Sleepwalker Meets Huckleberry Duck in
an 18th Century Drawing Room" (Medley)
• Listen to The Orchestrette's version of "A Street Corner In Paris," composed by RS in 1948:
• Listen to The Orchestrette's live, unreleased performance of "Little Miss Echo," composed in 1963 by RS for his 3-volume, all-electronic proto-Ambient album series, SOOTHING SOUNDS FOR BABY:
Download The Orchestrette's full-length album, PUSHBUTTON PARFAIT:
INFO about the band:
INFO about Raymond Scott:
Laura Lindren, Tomoko Kataoka, Takashi Okada, and Jeff Winner
by OperationTimeCapsule 103,396 views
This montage represents the 300+ bumpers Primal Screen (http://primalscreen.com/) made for Cartoon Network. Original link here http://www.primalscreen.com/#/Gallery/category_multi/cartoon
by pianoguytv 149,580 views
Scott "The Piano Guy" Houston has been called the Pied Piper of recreational music-making" by giving hope to millions who just want to sit at the piano and play their favorite tunes. Through the magic of special effects, guest Dave Powers does a duet with himself playing Raymond Scott's Powerhouse
by schreu26 12,183 views
In 1994 The Beau Hunks recorded "Celebration on the Planet Mars" an album with compositions by Raymond Scott. This is a live appearance on Dutch TV with presenter Han Reiziger. The group, who called itself "The Wooden Indians" at the time, consisted of Menno Daams (trumpet), Robert Veen (sax), Ronald Jansen Heijtmajer (clarinet), Jakob Klaasse (piano), Gert-Jan Blom (bass) and Louis Debij (drums). This performance took place at 's Gravelandseweg 65, Hilversum on May 8, 1994.
"I GOPHER YOU"
by HassoBen Soba 563 views
Composer/conductor Rapchak discusses his experience with the music of the iconoclastic Raymond Scott, then leads a performance of Scott's seminal "Powerhouse". Produced, directed and edited by Mike Hoffman.
by Taki76 2,928 views
"POWERHOUSE" written by Raymond Scott
Video by Taki76
All instruments played by Taki76
Skate RAP by Jenny Jen The Skate Woman
Produced by Taki76
Raymond Scott Toy Figure made by PRESS POP GALLERY
developed in association with Jeff Winner
Check out RaymondScott.com ! ! ! !
by InterfaceArts 649 views
This film is the second work in progress project in my "Artists in Motion" documentary series. It is about animation artist Michael Sullivan and focuses on the production of his stop motion opus "The Sex Life of Robots". "Explicit" also posted here on YouTube was the third in this series. I have over 40 hours of film, video and time-lapse shot for this project. This version of the film was edited by Dominika Juraszek. Music is by The Raymond Scott Project.
by Antonio Linhares 262,817 views
Animated short for the Animation Design course at university, based on the jazz music Powerhouse by Raymod Scott (performed by Carl Stalling).
Animação feita para a disciplina de Grafismo Eletrônico do curso de Audiovisual da USP, baseada na música Powerhouse, de Raymond Scott, versão de Carl Stalling.
Directed by / Direção ANTONIO LINHARES
by Clyde Yasuhara 11,257 views
POWERHOUSE (Raymond Scott) performed by CHAMBER LEAGUE. CLYDE YASUHARA, conductor. Personnel: Robert Gilmore (flute), Kristen De Soto-Madson (oboe), Elizabeth Gray (clarinet), Dan Plonsey (tenor saxophone), Jack Baxley (alto saxophone), Chuck Hinson (bassoon), Cindy Deane & Tammy Brown (horns), Thomas Dambly, Chris Barnes & Christine Thomas (trumpets), Tom Yoder (trombone), Phil Becker (tuba), Clyde Yasuhara (bass) and Joel Davel (drums). Taped live on August 10, 1996 at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco. Special thanks to Irwin Chusid.
by Oscar Gil Fernández 16,471 views
Minute 1:12 is very often used in assembly line toons.
Minute 0:18 was used in Duck Doggers ship.
by 2005adamo 4,883 views
The Concordia Raymond Scott "Quintette"(With special guest Heather Keiller) performs Powerhouse for an enthusiastic outdoor crowd. This tune was the last of 17 squeezed into a tight 60 minute set, and the quintette frantically tries to finish the tune on time.
by Max Demski 22,575 views
This was a wild one. This arrangement took me loger than usual (just by a few hours I believe) and was just as or even more harder to compose than my Freakazoid! MIDI. This is a complete MIDI of the entire song. Most of you may not find it familiar, but by 1:10 you will recognize it. This song is by Raymond Scott and appears in many cartoons starting back in Loney Tunes all the way up to The Simpsons (The latest episode of The Simpsons (The Fool Monty) has it in it!) The Animaniacs episode "Toy Shop Terror" as shown in this video has Richard Stones arrangement of the song. After listening to different orchestras playing this, I based this MIDI on those various arragements, Richard Stones arrangement, and even added my own additions. All my MIDIs are done by ear.
Download The MIDI - http://www.mediafire.com/?tw89rclp46fjati
by Dan Johanson 8,315 views
This is a great, old, piece written by Mr. Raymond Scott in 1937. You may recognize the song, it was used in many of the WB 'Looney Tunes' cartoon series. I had fun doing my own version of this, recorded on a 4 track recorder using guitar, drum machine, keys and synth bass. I also added pictures I took, mostly from around my neighborhood. Thanks for watching, and a big thanks to all of my subscribers and friends, old and new. Cheers!
by Christopher Night 3,091 views
Clip of MarchFourth Marching Band playing "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott, Harvard Square, 08 Oct 2007
by John Richter 733 views
From the Looney Tunes cartoon "It's Hummer Time," composed by Raymond Scott.
The sheet music for the entire piece can be found here:
If you want to see a brilliant pianist playing the entire piece, check out this:
by West Point Band 2,348 views
Graduates and visitors of West Point are familiar with the tradition of the military review. A review is a parade of sorts where the Commander inspects the readiness and the appearance of his/her troops. At West Point that typically means the Superintendent, a Lieutenant General, looking over hundreds of Cadets being lead past his gaze by the West Point Band. While graduates and guests remember the grandeur and spectacle of the Long Gray Line taking to the Plain for inspection, most are unaware of exactly what type of preparation goes into this occasion. Quintette 7 offers up a rare "behind the scenes" glimpse of what the West Point Band goes through to be ready for a typical review. Enjoy! For more videos check out our YouTube Channel or visit www.westpointband.com.
by Adam Bruneau 17,000 views
Like Motion Painting Number One, a tribute to the stereo paintings of the brilliant Oskar Fischinger. A surreal and abstract experiment in stop-motion animation, collage, and the painting process. Watercolor and guache on canvas, digital photos edited together with Adobe Premiere. Painstakingly syncronized to a song by Raymond Scott.
Created for Painting With Water-Based Media in Spring 2006.
by HassoBen Soba 15,627 views
Conductor Lawrence Rapchak leads a full orchestral version of Scott's 1937 "MODERNE" masterpiece.
by Vincent Alexander 1,041 views
This is an animated film I made in my spare time. It's very crudely made, and not particularly good, but hopefully it's still funny. The music in the background is "Powerhouse", by Raymond Scott.
Oh, and by the way, posting rude comments only invites the wrath of the diseased spitting camel of Norway. He hates reading comments like that, and he deletes them right when he sees them and then seeks out the author to carry out his horrible vengeance. Post one at your own risk.
by RefugeRock 216 views
The Dave Paris Group: Powerhouse & Hyper/Space, @ Refuge Rock, Cedar Rapids,Ia.
This is "Powerhouse (Looney Tunes)" segue into "Hyper/Space". We do "Powerhouse" as a tribute for my love of cartoons, as this song is used in a lot of Bugs Bunny cartoons. It's an excerpt from the song originally written by jazz artist Raymond Scott.
by MonksOfDoom 643 views
The Monks of Doom performing "Powerhous/Hieroglyphic" during two night Reunion stand at Club Europa in Brooklyn, NYC on March 13th ,2009. The Monks of Doom are: David Immerglück, guitar, vocals; Victor Krummenacher, bass, vocals; Greg Lisher, guitar and Chris Pedersen, drums. For more info on the Monks visit: http://monksofdoom.com/ and http://www.gimmyimmy.com/monks.html
by Justin Dykhouse 112 views
A time-lapse of coffee getting made I shot to help me learn this camera I'm borrowing from a friend. I did some de-flickering in After Effects, and added an old film effect for no real reason. Shot on a Canon SD1000. The music is the immortal "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott.
by KriegDagger 1,554 views
A little segment to further shed some light on the mind of KriegDagger. This video was created with CamStudio 2.0, Windows Movie Maker, and CoolEditPro 2.0. The game is 'The Codex of Alchemical Engineering' developed by Krispykrem @ Kongregate.com.
Special thanks to: Merv Griffin for his Jeopardy theme song, Carl Stalling and his interpretation of Raymond Scott's ~Powerhouse, and Krispykrem for developing the only series of programs that lets the inner engineer in all of us out to play.
Edit: Corrected credit to original composer.
by Appropriator 169 views
in a vain search for inspiration for a video to make i went to the internet, but alas, i came up with no ideas.
made by mindlessly playing around with adobe premiere 7.0 and various paint programs plus culling google searches
i like this tune, i wish i knew what it was called. it sounds very cartoon-ish don't ya think?
Sources have indicated that the tune is probably:
"Powerhouse" written by Raymond Scott
by sanjosemuseumofart 37,378 views
Todd Schorr: American Surreal is the first mid-career retrospective of the Los Angeles-based artist. Schorr is a leading figure in Southern California's cartoon-based movement, dubbed Pop Surrealism, which embraces low-brow culture and a ribald graphic style indebted to pop sources such as Mad magazine. Schorrs astonishing, highly polished realism, (inspired by Bosch, Brueghel and Dali), sets him apart from his best-known peers such as Camille Rose Garcia, Gary Baseman, and Mark Ryden. The exhibition, curated by SJMAs Senior Scholar and Curator of Collections Susan Landauer, is accompanied by a book published by Last Gasp, San Francisco.
Exhibition runs June 20 through September 16, 2009 at the San Jose Museum of Art
Music: Powerhouse by Raymond Scott
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by Kenny Cornflakes 109 views
A cover of the Raymond Scott composition 'Powerhouse', taken from the Meatboxing EP (2007) by Kenny Cornflakes. Recorded specially by special request from my special friend Callan (who's astonishingly special creative flair can be witnessed in all it's special glory at the following special location: http://www.youtube.com/user/callanhead )
Powerhouse is a 1937 instrumental musical composition by Raymond Scott, probably best known today as the iconic "assembly line" music in Warner Bros. animated cartoons. In posterity it is by far the most famous of Scott's compositions, but in its time it wasn't as popular as his The Toy Trumpet nor as frequently recorded by other artists as Twilight in Turkey.
by LobsterEyes 56,106 views
Because let's be honest: out of everyone who saw this movie, I can NOT be the only person who thought this while watching it.
For anyone wondering, the music in this video is "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott-- two separate movements in the same song (surely you all will recognize it from Looney Tunes).
Video footage, of course, is Saw III, copyright Twisted Pictures and Lionsgate, etc etc.
by rbartolone 145,099 views
A cartoon in which Private Snafu, while drunk, reveals military secrets that allow the enemy to torpedo his ship.
This is one of 26 Private SNAFU ('Situation Normal, All Fouled Up) cartoons made by the US Army Signal Corps to educate and boost the morale the troops. Originally created by Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss) and Phil Eastman, most of the cartoons were produced by Warner Brothers Animation Studios - employing their animators, voice actors (primarily Mel Blanc) and Carl Stalling's music.
From the holdings of the National Archives.
ARC Identifier: 35827
Audio/Visual: sound, Black and White
Creative Commons license: Public Domain