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GL 5158

That's Light Musical Entertainment

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra


David Rose Orchestra


Geraldo New Concert Orchestra


The Pittsburgh Strings


Geoff Love Orchestra


Leroy Holmes Orchestra


Frank Perkins Orchestra


Frank De Vol & his Orchestra


Angela Morley Orchestra


Ronald Binge Orchestra


Conrad Salinger Orchestra


Alfred Newman and his Orchestra


The All-Stars


Sylvan Levin


The Melachrino Orchestra


Mario Ruiz Armengol and his Orchestra


Hill Bowen and his Orchestra


Max Steiner and His Orchestra


Percy Faith Orchestra


Morton Gould Orchestra


Richard Hayman Orchestra


Glenn Osser Orchestra


George Melachrino


Richard Jones


Buddy Bregman



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Light Music


Compilations & Collections

Total Time - 77:31
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ARTHUR SCHWARTZ/HOWARD DIETZ

  arr. Conrad Salinger  
1 

That's Entertainment (from 'The Band Wagon')

2:09
 Buddy Bregman
 

ROBERT FARNON

2 

Westminster Waltz

3:06
  (as 'Wally Stott')  
 

MITCHELL PARISH/HEINZ ROEMHELD

  arr. Percy Faith  
3 

Ruby (from the film 'Ruby Gentry')

6:29
 

FRANZ LEHAR

4 

Waltzes from 'Court Of Luxembourg'

3:01
 

GEORGE MELACHRINO

5 

All My Life (Theme from film 'Eight O'Clock Walk')

3:29
 

RODGERS & HART

6 

This Can't Be Love

1:41
  (from the musical 'The Boys from Syracuse')  
 

GUS KAHN/ISHAM JONES

  (arr. Ronald Binge)  
7 

I'll See You In My Dreams

2:47
  (featured in the film 'I'll See You in My Dreams)  
 

JOHNNY BURKE/JAMES VAN HEUSEN

8 

But Beautiful

3:08
  (from the film 'The Road To Rio')  
 

ALFRED NEWMAN

9 

'All About Eve' Film Music

3:28
 

ROBERT FARNON

10 

Blue Theme

3:13
  (featured in the film 'True Lies')  
 

HUGH MARTIN / RALPH BLANE

11 

Love

1:42
  (from the film 'Ziegfield Follies')  
 

SIGMUND ROMBERG

  arr. Robert Farnon  
12 

'The Girl In Pink Tights' - Overture

3:29
 

HARRY WARREN

13 

This Heart of Mine

2:41
  (from the film 'Ziegfeld Follies')  
 George Melachrino
 

M. PRADO/B. SANCRISTOBAL

  arr. Mario Ruiz Armengol  
14 

Time Was (orginal title Duerme)

3:29
 

RODGERS & HART

15 

Here In My Arms

2:20
  (from the musical 'Dearest Enemy')  
 Richard Jones
 

HUGH MARTIN AND RALPH BLANE

  arr. William Hill-Bowen  
16 

Buckle Down, Winsocki

2:20
  (from the musical 'Best Foot Forward')  
 

JOHNNY GREEN

17 

Body and Soul

2:46
  (from the revue 'Three's A Crowd')  
 

JEROME KERN

18 

Make Believe

2:16
  (from the musical 'Show Boat')  
 

SERGE RACHMANINOFF

  arr. William Hill-Bowen  
19 

Theme from Piano Concerto No.2

2:56
  (featured in the film 'Brief Encounter')  
 George Melachrino
  featuring Arthur Sandford, piano  
 

FRANK PERKINS

20 

Waltz For My Lady

2:26
 

FRANK DE VOL

21 

Inspiration Point

2:47
 

LEROY HOLMES

22 

Enchanted Night

3:08
 

HAROLD ARLEN

23 

Come Rain Or Come Shine

3:17
  (from the muscial 'St Louis Woman')  
 

MAX STEINER

24 

'Since You Went Away' Incidental Music from the film

9:23
   


This compilation is largely inspired by the great Conrad Salinger, one of the creators of the sound of the Hollywood musicals in their glory days, although his name means nothing to most people. But Salinger’s "That’s Entertainment" is probably second only to Irving Berlin’s "There’s No Business Like Show Business" as a great show business anthem, and it sets the scene for many examples of outstanding melodies from films and the stage. Performances by top orchestras such as Wally Stott, Percy Faith, Andre Kostelanetz, George Melachrino and David Rose testify to the creative genius of all the composers involved. The finale offers a suite from the largely forgotten film "Since You Went Away", composed and conducted by Max Steiner.

From a review for ’A Box of Light Musical Allsorts and ’That’s Light Musical Entertainment -
"...exemplary performances and transfers so do not hesitate.
Compulsory purchases for followers of this series and excellent discs for nostalgia seekers everywhere."

Nick Barnard

MusicWeb - 14 August 2009



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