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GL 5159

The Golden Age of Light Music: More Strings in Stereo!

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Robert Farnon Orchestra


Frank De Vol Orchestra


Nelson Riddle & his Orchestra


Billy Vaughan Orchestra


Melachrino Strings


The Cinema Sound Stage Orchestra


Warren Barker Orchestra


The Rio Carnival Orchestra


Hal Mooney Orchestra


Clebanoff Strings


Angela Morley Orchestra


Conrad Salinger Orchestra


Percy Faith Orchestra


Pierre Challet Orchestra


The Gaslight Orchestra


David Carroll Orchestra


Les Baxter Orchestra


Morton Gould Orchestra


London Symphony Orchestra


Sir Charles Mackerras


Percy Faith


George Melachrino


Frank de Vol


David Carroll


Nelson Riddle


Billy Vaughn


Morton Gould


Les Baxter


Robert Farnon


Warren Barker


Buddy Bregman


Hal Mooney


Angela Morley


Pierre Challet



Producer:

David Ades



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Light Music




Total Time - 75:46
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ANTHONY TAMBURELLO

arr. Bruce Campbell
1 

Cross Country Tour

2:58
 Robert Farnon
 

WILLIAM HILL-BOWEN

2 

Chansonette

3:02
 George Melachrino
 

JOHNNY BURKE/JIMMY VAN HEUSEN

arr. Nelson Riddle
3 

Polka Dots And Moonbeams

3:10
 Nelson Riddle
 

ANGELA MORLEY

4 

Rotten Row

2:24
 Angela Morley
 

BOB HILLIARD/JULE STYNE/SAMMY FAIN/HERBERT MAGIDSON

arr. Robert Farnon
5 

Stay With The Happy People: Violins From Nowhere

3:41
 Robert Farnon
 

MANUEL MARIA PONCE

arr. Ralph Sterling
6 

Estrellita

3:22
 Pierre Challet
 

VICTOR HERBERT

arr. Percy Faith
7 

March Of The Toys (from 'Babes in Royland')

2:54
 Percy Faith
 

ERIC COATES

8 

By The Sleepy Lagoon

3:02
 Sir Charles Mackerras
 

KARL SUESSDORF/JOHN BLACKBURN

9 

Moonlight In Vermont

3:00
 Hal Mooney
 

DIMITRI TIOMKIN/NED WASHINGTON

10 

High Noon

2:52
 Billy Vaughn
 

MORTON GOULD

 

Music from the film 'Windjammer'

6:37  
11 Windjammer Theme 3:20
12 Night Watch 3:17
 Morton Gould
 

VICTOR YOUNG

13 

India Countryside (from 'Around The World In Eighty Days')

3:39
 

COLE PORTER

14 

Allez-Vous-En (from 'Can-Can')

2:55
 Warren Barker
 

JOSEPH KUHN

15 

Beachcomber

2:32
 

EDWARD HEYMAN/JOHNNY W. GREEN

arr. Conrad Salinger
16 

I Cover The Waterfront

3:47
 Buddy Bregman
 

IRVING BERLIN

17 

Let's Face The Music And Dance; Say It Isn't So

3:18
 Frank de Vol
 

LES BAXTER

18 

Harem Silks From Bombay

2:25
 Les Baxter
 

PAUL WHITEMAN/FERDE GROFE

19 

Wonderful One

2:42
 

ROY J. STRAIGIS

20 

Moon Overf Montevideo

3:05
 

ERIC MASCHWITZ/MANNING SHERWIN

arr. Angela Morley
21 

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

2:55
 Angela Morley
 

RICHARD RODGERS

arr. Percy Faith
22 

Happy Talk (from 'South Pacific')

2:39
 Percy Faith
 

HAROLD ARLEN/TED KOCHLER

arr. Conrad Salinger
23 

Let's Fall In Love

3:51
 Buddy Bregman
 

LEON POBER

24 

The Ski Song - Slalom

2:01
 David Carroll
 

CHARLES KASSEL HARRIS

25 

After The Ball

2:55


When record buyers started to embrace the new wonder of stereophonic sound towards the end of the 1950s they realised that the added dimension allowed them to hear and appreciate far more of the music than had previously been possible. Conductors and arrangers adapted their styles to take full advantage of this leap in the technology of sound reproduction, as already demonstrated in the recent Guild album “Strings And Things Go Stereo!” GL 5153. In this collection there are further examples of superb performances from the orchestras of George Melachrino, Nelson Riddle, Angela Morley, Robert Farnon, Percy Faith, Morton Gould, Les Baxter, David Carroll – and even the London Symphony Orchestra playing one of Eric Coates’ most popular melodies.

"...Guild has come up with a well packed disk which is essential for all lovers of good tunes and devotees of light music."

Bob Briggs

MusicWeb - 8 December 2009



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