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GL 5198

Light Music While You Work - Volume 4

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 1946

Artists:

Richard Crean Orchestra


Harry Davidson Orchestra


London Coliseum Orchestra


Harry Fryer Orchestra


Reginald Pursglove Orchestra


Ronnie Munro Scottish Variety Orchestra


David Java Orchestra


Harold Collins Orchestra


Ronnie Munro Waltz Orchestra


Reginald Burston



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Light Music


Compilations & Collections

Total Time - 77:31
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ARR. HORATIO NICHOLLS

1 

Cavalcade Of Martial Songs

5:31
  The King's Horses (Noel Gay)  
  The Toy-Town Artillery (Everett Lynton)  
  The Tin-Can Fusiliers (Horatio Nicholls)  
  When The Guards Are On Parade (Haratio Nicholls)  
  There's Something About A Soldier (Noel Gay)  
  When A Soldier's On Parade (Haratio Nicholls)  
  When The Band Goes Marching By (Haratio Nicholls)  
  The Toy Drum Major (Haratio Nicholls)  
  1943  
 

JOHANN STRAUSS, JR

2 

Roses From The South

3:22
  1946  
 

BENNY DAVIS / CON CONRAD

3 

Lonesome And Sorry

3:02
  1944  
 

GEORGES BIZET

arr. Arthur Lange
4 

Carmen - Rhythmic Paraphrase

3:02
  1944  
 

BERNARD BARNES

5 

Dainty Miss

2:35
  1943  
 

KARL HOSCHNA

6 

Love Dance - Intermezzo (from 'Madame Sherry')

2:52
  1944  
 

JAMES PERRY

7 

Tick Of The Clock

2:53
  1945  
 

JOHANN STRAUSS, JR

8 

Voices Of Spring

3:13
  1945  
 

WYNFORD REYNOLDS

as 'Hugh Raeburn'
9 

Light And Shade

3:07
  1944  
 

ERIC COATES

10 

At The Dance (from 'Summer Days' Suite)

2:58
11 

In A Country Lane (from 'Summer Days' Suite)

3:06
  1944  
 

GEORGE BLACKMORE

12 

Knuckledust

3:02
  1944  
 

ARCHIBALD JOYCE

13 

Dreaming

3:00
  1943  
 

GABRIEL MARIE

14 

La Cinquantaine

3:06
  1945  
 

CHARLES GOUNOD

arr. Arthur Lange
15 

Faust - Rhythmic Paraphrase

3:02
  1943  
 

ERNESTO BECUCCI

16 

Tesoro Mio

3:03
  1946  
 

ABE HOLZMANN

17 

Old Faithful

2:55
  1945  
 

ARCHIBALD JOYCE

18 

Vision Of Salome

3:14
  1945  
 

JONNY HEYKENS

19 

Heyken's Serenade No.2

3:06
  1944  
 

EMILE CHARLES WALDTEUFEL

20 

Les Sirenes

3:06
  1944  
 

FRANK HOYT LOSEY

21 

Waldmere

2:42
 Reginald Burston
  1946  
 

IOSIF IVANOVICI

22 

Danube Waves

3:01
  1945  
 

PAUL LINCKE

23 

Amina - Intermezzo

2:41
  1945  
 

JOHANN STRAUSS, JR

24 

Artists Life

2:55
  1946  
 

ABE HOLZMANN

25 

Yankee Grit

2:57
  1945  
   

Guild GL 5198

‘Melody Mixture’

Unlike many of the albums in this ‘Golden Age of Light Music’ series, this collection does not have a special theme or concept. It is simply a varied mixture of melodies featuring works by composers who are well-known to light music aficionados, plus a good helping of pieces by ‘giants’ of the music world, such as Henry Mancini (his laid-back theme for the TV series ‘Mr Lucky’), Duke Ellington (his evocative standard ‘Caravan’ gets a special treatment by the Wal-Berg Orchestra) and Ron Goodwin (with one of his own compositions “Pleasure Island”). Most of these numbers have been considered for recent collections, but had been temporarily ‘shelved’ for various reasons – usually because the CDs were already full. But they don’t deserve to be forgotten, because they all possess their own special charms. Therefore the ‘Mixture’ offers the big names mentioned above, together with several (the likes of Dolf van der Linden, Trevor Duncan, Cyril Watters, Angela Morley and Bernie Wayne) who have become Guild favourites as a result of their less familiar works finally receiving the attention they fully deserve.



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