You Love Me Truly, 2008
You Love Me Truly is based on what is believed to be the first radio performance.
In 1907, opera singer Ada Eugenia von Böös-Farrar sang I Love You Truly into Lee de Forest’s radio transmitter. The singing was heard by radio operators aboard the USS Dolphin docked in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, who by some accounts were caught off guard by the song during transmission tests to the ship’s radiotelephone.
In 2008 we staged a performance and FM transmission of George Positive performing I Love You Truly from our studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a response 101 years later to von Böös-Farrar’s radio broadcast. This recording includes the sounds of the Brooklyn Navy Yard during the performance and broadcast. Lyrics by Carrie Jacobs Bond.
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