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GL 5161

The Golden Age Of Light Music - European Tour

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Danish State Radio Orchestra


New Century Orchestra


Charles Williams Concert Orchestra


David Rose Orchestra


Frank Chacksfield Orchestra


Monty Kelly & his Orchestra


Cyril Stapleton Orchestra


Mantovani and his Concert Orchestra


Werner Müller and his Orchestra


Guy Luypaerts Orchestra


Philip Green Orchestra


Michel Legrand Orchestra


The Cinema Sound Stage Orchestra


The Melachrino Orchestra


Joe Leahy Orchestra


Tony Osborne Orchestra


David Carroll Orchestra


Victor Young Orchestra


The Paris Theatre Orchestra


Richard Hayman Orchestra


Baden-Baden Symphony Orchestra


Sidney Torch


George Melachrino


Hans Rosbaud


Robert Farnon


Ethel Smith

organ

Producer:

David Ades



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Compilations & Collections




Total Time - 76:41
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CHARLES WILLIAMS

1 

Voice Of London

2:47
 

TRADITIONAL

arr. Robert Farnon
2 

Comin' Thru' The Rye; My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose

4:05
  (From the Suite 'From The Highlands')  
 

MAI JONES

3 

Rhondda Rhapsody (Rhapsody of Love)

3:27
 George Melachrino
 

VICTOR HERBERT

4 

The Irish Have A Great Day Tonight

2:30
 

CLIVE RICHARDSON

5 

Continental Galop

2:50
 Robert Farnon
  (as 'Melodi Light orchestra conducted by Ole Jensen')  
 

HEINO GAZE

6 

Tivoli-Melodie (Take Me Dreaming)

2:21
  (as 'Ricardo Santos and his Cascading Strings')  
 

GEOFFREY EVERITT; FREDERICK PETER HARGREAVES

7 

Luxembourg Waltz

2:40
 

DAVID ROSE

8 

Fiesta In Seville

2:48
 

GUY PIERRE M.L. LAFARGE; FLAVIEN MONOD

9 

La Seine (The River Seine)

4:45
 

TONY OSBORNE

10 

The Lights of Lisbon

2:21
 

ROLF ARLAND

11 

When It's Spring In Baden-Baden

2:58
 Hans Rosbaud
 

JOSEPH THOBRITHER

12 

Copenhagen Polka

2:14
 George Melachrino
 

DAVID ROSE

13 

Roman Holiday

2:18
 

J. FRED COOTS

14 

The Beautiful Girls Of Vienna

2:17
 

VICTOR YOUNG

15 

Passe Partout introducing El Gato Montes

2:23
  (from 'Around The World In Eighty Days')  
 

C. STAPLETON

16 

Maids Of Madrid

2:31
 

JOE LEAHY

17 

Swiss Holiday

2:14
 

CORTEZ

18 

Spanish Affair

2:23
 

HERBERT GIRAUD

19 

Under Paris Skies

3:14
 

HUGO ALFVEN

20 

Swedish Polka (Roslagsvår)

2:32
  Orchestra conducted by Hugh Alfvén  
 

ANTON KARAS

21 

Cafe Mozart Waltz

2:48
  (from the film 'The Third Man')  
 Ethel Smith organ
  With orchestral accompaniment  
 

G. BALSAMO; CHESTER CONN; NED MILLER

22 

Sicilian Tarantella (Fischiettando)

3:08
 

RAUL FERRAO

23 

April In Portugal

3:23
 

GEORGES AURIC

24 

Sur Le Pave de Paris (Pavements Of Paris)

3:37
 

FRANK CHACKSFIELD

25 

Catalan Sunshine

2:28
 

RONALD HANMER

26 

East Of Malta

2:48
 Sidney Torch
 

ERNEST JEAN CRAPS; PAULA MARIA VANDELBROEK

27 

The Spider On Antwerp

2:51
   
The Golden Age of Light Music ‘European Tour’

It is time for Guild’s ‘Golden Age of Light Music’ series to take another musical tour around Europe, prompted by a range of appealing works created by talented composers from near and far. In the world of music you do not have to be a native to express the beauty in a favourite location: the saying ‘the onlooker sees more of the game’ sums it up well. The first four tracks visit the home countries of the British Isles, before the disc sets out for a varied selection of melodies either created in the places they salute, or else written and performed from far away as tributes to places loved from afar. With names such as Robert Farnon, George Melachrino, Mantovani, Michel Legrand and David Rose involved, the result has to be a most satisfying and nostalgic musical tour.

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