I'd like to keep with part of last week's On Music theme and get back to talking about Rossini's The Barber of Seville and Chuck Jones because there is, of course, much more to explore.
In Jones' 1955 masterpiece, "One Froggy Evening," squashed in with all the great Tin Pan Alley tunes (Hello! ma baby, Hello! ma honey, Hello! ma ragtime gal"¦) (more on those next week), Jones once again turns to Rossini's BarberÂ for inspiration. This time it's the... READ ON