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May 10, 1992 | LEONARD FEATHER, Leonard Feather is The Times' jazz critic.
Stardust, n : a vast multitude of various small stars mashed together in the night sky and suggestive of dust particles; a feeling or impression of romance, magic or ethereality. "Stardust," n : a musical show, opening next Sunday at the Wilshire Theatre, celebrating classic American standards--its title taken from the lyric by Mitchell Parish to Hoagy Carmichael's melody. That "Star Dust" is the most popular song of the 20th Century is scarcely arguable.
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May 10, 1992 | LEONARD FEATHER, Leonard Feather is The Times' jazz critic.
Stardust, n : a vast multitude of various small stars mashed together in the night sky and suggestive of dust particles; a feeling or impression of romance, magic or ethereality. "Stardust," n : a musical show, opening next Sunday at the Wilshire Theatre, celebrating classic American standards--its title taken from the lyric by Mitchell Parish to Hoagy Carmichael's melody. That "Star Dust" is the most popular song of the 20th Century is scarcely arguable.
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