Jonathan Schwartz, radio host on New York's public station WNYC, can legitimately be called a master sommelier of the Great American Songbook. He knows seemingly everything about the subject. So when he recently declared about a ballad by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II that "most of the composers and lyricists of the '20s and '30s and '40s and '50s and '60s—most of them—believed the song 'All the Things You Are' was the most beautiful song ever written," I took notice.
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