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Episode 103:
The Rose of Long Island

Published
Feb 04, 2017

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Music, Footnotes & Ephemera

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Music

  • We start and end with Daniel Berenboim playing Lizt’s 6 Consolations, S. 172: No. 3 in D flat minor.
  • We hit up Yes But, from Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriens’ score to Christine.
  • We return to the official Memory Palace love theme of William Henry Harrison, The Gentle Softness, Lalo Schiffrin’s score to The Last Dragon
  • We cruise on the U.S.S. Princeton to Dispute by Yann Tiersen.
  • Twist comes to Missing Pieces from the Broken City score.

Notes

  • I read quite a bit about the Tylers, but really, one needs only to read “and Tyler Too,” by Robert Seager II.

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3 Comments on The Rose of Long Island

  1. Gwenn Gardiner says:

    As a descendant of Julia Gardiner, I choose to think of her as a heroine who was way ahead of her time. I knew she was a First Lady but not the details. As one of my favorite podcasts, memory palace continues to tell riveting stories!

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  3. Micah Bumps says:

    Great podcast, but you left off one of the most interesting details about Julia Gardiner. As of 2012, she still had two grandchildren who were living. Not great or great-great grandchildren, but grandchildren. There was a great article about them at mentalfloss.com and an article about them in the New York magazine.