What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

Set of Four Tulip-Form Crystal Coupes with Platinum Rims (LEO Design)


Maybe it's much too early in the game
Ah, but I thought I'd ask you just the same
What are you doing New Year's,
New Year's Eve?


While I have several Christmas song favorites, when it comes to New Year's Eve, only one song will do: Frank Loesser's "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" (1947).  Frank Loesser (1910-1969) was born in New York City and lived on 107th Street.  Though his father was a piano teacher, the boy did not like his father's taste in music—and the father never instructed the son. The boy did play instinctively, however, and, by the age of four, could imitate (by ear) most any music he heard.  

Loesser's works include several important musicals: Guys and Dolls, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, and The Most Happy Fella! As a Tin Pan Alley songsmith, he wrote several other songs including "Slow Boat to China," "Baby it's Cold Outside," and "What are You Doing New Year's Eve?".

If you have not yet settled your New Year's Eve plans, perhaps these crystal champagne coupes will help you make-up your mind. Fine crystal, blown in the form of a stylized tulip, is rimmed (and footed) with platinum bands. Not only do the metal bands protect the glass (where it is most likely to chip). but it also provides a sharp and classic punctuation to the glass.  Click on the photo above to learn more about this set of stems.


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