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The World At War

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2011

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Mantovani and his Concert Orchestra


The Billy Cotton Band


The Harry Bidgood Orchestra


The Savoy Orpheans


A. Alexandrov


Anne Shelton

Voice

Gracie Fields

Voice

Vera Lynn

Voice

Noel Coward

Voice

Lale Anderson

Voice

Charles Trenet

Voice

Arthur Askey

Voice

Irving Berlin

Voice

Flanagan & Allen


The Red Army Choir



Venue:

Barrandov Smecky Soundstage, Prague

August 2003

Producer:

James Fitzpatrick



Engineer:

John Timperley



Record Label
Carl Davis

Genre:

Film & TV Music


Nostalgia

Total Time - 74:26
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1 

Speech: 'A State of War'

0:44
  Neville Chamberlain  
  Recorded September 3rd 1939  
 

CARL DAVIS

2 

The World At War *

3:56
  Main Theme & German March  
 

PARR-DAVIS/PARK

3 

Wish Me Luck as You Wave Me Goodbye

2:34
 Gracie Fields Voice
  Broadcast & recorded with the British Expeditionary Force 'somewhere' in France, November 1939  
 

KENNEDY/KENNEDY/CARR

4 

(We're Gonna Hang Out) The Washing on the Siegfried Line

2:33
 Arthur Askey Voice
  Orchestra conducted by Ronnie Munro  
  Recorded in London, November 1939  
 

CHARLES TRENET

5 

Boum

2:32
 Charles Trenet Voice
  Recorded in Paris, 1939  
 

CARL DAVIS

6 

France Falls *

10:53
  Suite: The Maginot Line / Paris Demo / Mobilisation / The Ardennes  
  Panic in Paris / Prisoner / Refugees / Hitler in Paris  
7 

Speech: 'We Shall Go on to the End'

0:31
  Winston Churchill  
  Recorded June 4th, 1940  
 

MILLS

8 

Adolf

2:46
  featuring vocal by Alan Breeze  
  Recorded in London, September 15th 1939  
 

SCHULTZ/LEAP

9 

Lili Marlene

3:14
 Lale Anderson Voice
  Chorus & Orchestra conducted by Bruno Sealer-Winkler  
  Recorded in Berlin, 1939  
 

CARL DAVIS

10 

Red Star *

4:07
   
 

V. SOLOVIEV-SEDOI/M. MATOUSOVSKI

11 

The Red Army is the Strongest

2:41
 A. Alexandrov
  Recorded in Moscow in the 1940's  
12 

Speech: El Alamein address to the Troops

0:28
  Field Marshal Montgomery  
  Recorded August 13th, 1942  
 

IRVING BERLIN

13 

This is the Army. Mr Jones

2:19
 Irving Berlin Voice
  Recorded in London, November 22nd 1943  
 

CARL DAVIS

14 

G.I. Blues *

3:05
   
 

ADAMSON/MCHUGH

15 

Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer

2:44
 Anne Shelton Voice
  Recorded in England, July 1st, 1943  
16 

Speech: D-Day Announcement

0:21
  General Eisenhower  
  Recorded June 6th, 1944  
 

CARL DAVIS

17 

Arnhem Airlift *

1:03
18 

Warsaw Aftermath *

2:34
   
 

GAY/BUTLER

19 

Run Rabbit Run

2:44
  Recorded in London, September 29th, 1939  
 

HUBERT GREGG

20 

I'm Going to Get Lit Up (When the Lights Go On Up In London)

2:32
  Recorded in London, April 19th 1943  
 

CARL DAVIS

21 

Turkey Shoot *

4:44
   
 

NOEL COWARD

22 

London Pride

3:24
 Noel Coward Voice
  Orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. Recorded in London, June 1941  
 

HUGHES/ELTON

23 

When They Sound the Last 'All Clear'

3:21
 Vera Lynn Voice
  Recorded in London, November 1941  
 

CARL DAVIS

24 

Blood, Sweat And Tears *

3:46
   
25 

Speech: 'Their Finest Hour'

0:23
  Winston Churchill  
26 

Reckoning *

3:20
  Freed Prisoners / Missing People  
27 

The World At War *

1:07
  End Titles Theme  
   
   
  * Original score from the TV series  
  * The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Carl Davis  
   


                         30th ANNIVERSARY EDITION
        New Recording of the Score from the TV Series
             Composed and Conducted by CARL DAVIS


Plus Original Songs and Speeches from WW II

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