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GL 5204

Salon, Light & Novelty Orchestras

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 1928

Artists:

London Palladium Orchestra


Alfredo Campoli Salon Orchestra


Louis Voss Grand Orchestra


New Mayfair Orchestra


Jay Wilburs Serenaders


Orchestra Mascotte


Albert Sandler & his Orchestra


International Novelty Orchestra


Alfredo Campoli & His Novelty Orchestra


Victor Ricardo & His Orchestra


Reginald Pursglove & His Music Makers


Alfredo Campoli & His Salon Orchestra


Reginald King And His Orchestra


J.H. Squire Celeste Octet


Richard Crean


Ray Noble


Rudy Starita

- (xylophone)

Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Compilations & Collections




Total Time - 73:43
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SHERMAN MYERS

1 

Fairy On The Clock

2:31
 Ray Noble
 

SCOTTO & CHRISTINÉ

2 

La Petite Tonkinoise (My Chin Chin Lou)

2:08
  with Whistling by Ronald Gourlay  
 

JOHN W. BRATTON

3 

Parade Of The Pirates

2:59
 

GERHARD WINKLER

4 

Neapolitan Serenade

2:54
 

FRITZ STEININGER

5 

Magic Notes

3:07
 Rudy Starita - (xylophone)
  with un-named orchestra  
 

JOSE F. PAYAN

arr. Fred Hartley
6 

Tango Habanera

3:31
 

HEINZ PROVOST

7 

Intermezzo (Souvenir de Vienne)

3:22
  (from the film 'Escape To Happiness')  
 

FELICE CARENA

8 

Secrets of The Adige

2:44
 

HERMAN BICK

9 

Grasshoppers' Holiday

2:52
 

MALTIN/DOLL

10 

Finesse

2:37
 Ray Noble
 

PAUL LINCKE

11 

A Birthday Serenade

3:09
 Richard Crean
 

FABRICE GABRIEL LEMON

12 

Rose Mousse

3:13
 

REGINALD KING

13 

If You But Knew

2:54
 

NEIL MORET

14 

Hiawatha - Cake Walk

2:41
 

LEON JESSEL

arr. Willoughby
15 

The Wedding Of The Rose

3:04
 

RHODE

16 

Fairy Whispers

3:25
 

WALTER COLLINS

17 

The Cuckoo In The Clock

2:39
 

NICHOLAS BRODSZKY

18 

The Excuse Me Waltz

3:00
 

PERCY FLETCHER

19 

Fiddle Dance

2:52
 

EDUARD POLDINI

20 

The Dancing Doll (Poupee Valsante)

2:55
 

THEO BENDIX

21 

The Butterfly - Morceau Characteristique

3:06
 

LEDERER

22 

Dolls' Games

3:01
 

FRANCIS POPY

23 

Sphinx Waltz

3:13
 

PHILIP BRAHAM

24 

Dark Red Roses

3:06
 

BROWN/AYER

25 

King Chanticleer

2:40
   

Guild GL 5204

Salon, Light and Novelty Orchestras

Before the large light orchestras became firmly established from the 1940s onwards, many people enjoyed light music performed by smaller groups of musicians. The advent of radio in the 1920s brought many of them national – and sometimes international – fame, and there was a strong demand for gramophone records by the most popular ensembles. At times the boundaries between light music and dance music became blurred, especially when leaders such as Jack Hylton included novelty instrumentals in their concert programmes. Even Ray Noble, who will always be remembered for his superior recordings of dance band music with top vocalists such as Al Bowlly, occasionally strayed into light music territory. But the big names among the smaller ensembles included Alfredo Campoli, the famous Orchestra Mascotte, J.H. Squire, Reginald King, and Albert Sandler. The high standards demanded by all these orchestral leaders are evident here on every track.



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