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Aloft In Translation: The Myriad Sides Of Bill Murray

Backed by a classical trio, the beloved actor and comedian belts out Bernstein and Gershwin and recites American poetry and prose.

You never know just where Bill Murray might show up. From house parties to the White House, the actor and comedian has a penchant for crashing events and leaving everyone in his wake surprised.

Murray's latest, due out Sept. 29, belting out and and reciting poetry to the strains of and .

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