November 25 1955 for 3 weeks and January 6 1956 for 2 weeks
Clock-like ticking rhythm throughout the second movement
"He'll be here any tick of the clock"
This word is for a clock on a wall, but also for a wrist watch.
1656; Netherlands. In fact his invention on Christmas 1656, the pendulum clock (patented 1657), was a breakthrough in timekeeping. Devices known as escapements regulate the rate of a watch or clock, and the anchor escapement represented a major step in the development of accurate watches.
(removed 1999) - Chime in the Slime
Big Ben is the name of the 13.5 ton Bell in the St. Stephen's Tower of the Houses of Parliament in London, the name is often incorrectly applied to the clock itself. The Bell was named for Benjamin Hall, who was Chief Commissioner of Works in 1856 when the bell was cast.
Director: Fred F. Sears. Also starred Tony Martinez, Freddie Ball and Alan Freed.
Written while Mr. Anderson was serving in the U.S. Army and assigned as Chief of the Scandinavian Desk of Military Intelligence at the Pentagon. It was chosen as the theme music for the "Late Show" a nightly showcase of vintage movies on WCBS in New York and WBBM in Chicago and remained so from 1950 to 1975. lyrics written for it by Mitchell Parish in 1950.
"the clocks drip in every room-our lives are leaking from the places"
Adjust clocks ahead in April and then behind in October.
Clock designed by Sir Edmund Beckett.
Song cycle composed for soprano RenÃ©e Fleming, 2006/7
IMDB:8.5/10. Director: Stanley Kubrick. Nominated for 4 Oscars.
1955 - inducted in 1982; 8 weeks as #1 on the Billboard chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"