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GL 5205

Here's To Holidays

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 1962

Artists:

Robert Farnon Orchestra


Dolf van der Linden Orchestra


Ivor Slaney Orchestra


Symphonia Orchestra


Philip Green Orchestra


Bruce Campbell Orchestra


Telecast Orchestra


Hilversum Radio Orchestra


Queen's Hall Light Orchestra


Red Nichols and The Augmented Pennies


The Rio Carnival Orchestra


Mantovani and His Orchestra


Richard Hayman Orchestra


The Mode Symphony Orchestra


Westway Studio Orchestra


The New Concert Orchestra


The Sydney Light Concert Orchestra


The Envoy Strings


The Hill Bowen Concert Orchestra


Monte Carlo Light Symphony Orchestra


Cedric Dumont


Charles Williams


Hugo de Groot


Robert Farnon


Curt Andersen


Roger Roger


Hill Bowen


Walter Stott


Hal Evans


Erwin Halletz


Dolores Ventura

- (piano)

Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Compilations & Collections


Light Music

Total Time - 69:53
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WALTER STOTT

1 

Skyways

2:51
 Walter Stott
 

RENATO RASCEL/CARL SIGMAN

2 

Arrivederci Roma

2:45
 

PHILIP BUCHEL

3 

Costa Brava

2:30
 Robert Farnon
 

JAMES HANLEY/BALLARD MACDONALD

4 

Indiana

2:10
 

ALAIN NANCEY

5 

En Bateau Mouche

2:16
 Roger Roger
 

IAIN SUTHERLAND

6 

Here's To Holidays

2:32
 Curt Andersen
 

HOWARD SHAW

7 

Venus And Back

3:06
 

TREVOR DUNCAN

8 

The Wine Harvest

3:13
 Cedric Dumont
 

CLIFTON JOHNS

9 

Holiday Bound

2:54
 Hal Evans
 

IVOR SLANEY

10 

Midsummer Madness

2:20
 Dolores Ventura - (piano)
 

DOLF VAN DER LINDEN

11 

Jamaica Road

3:10
 

ROBERT DOCKER

12 

Transcontinental

2:48
 

CAHN/VAN HEUSEN

arr. Robert Farnon
13 

The Only Way To Travel

2:28
  (featured in the film 'The Road to Hong Kong')  
 

JOHN CARMICHAEL

14 

French Flirt

2:33
 Charles Williams
 

PHILIP GREEN

15 

'Tiara Tahiti' - theme from the film

2:14
 

PETER DENNIS

16 

Beachboy

2:48
 

STEVE RACE

17 

Camel Train

2:25
 

TONI LEUTWILER

18 

Water Skiing

2:34
  (from 'Summer' - Suite)  
 

ANNUNZIO PAOLO MANTOVANI

19 

Rickshaw

2:53
 

TREVOR DUNCAN

20 

The Olive Grove

3:17
 Cedric Dumont
 

ANTHONY MAWER

21 

Holiday Highway

2:06
 Hugo de Groot
 

SIDNEY TORCH

22 

Oo La La

2:10
 

DOMENICO MODUGNO

arr. William Hill Bowen
23 

Volare

3:27
 Hill Bowen
 

JOSEPH KUHN

24 

Haiti

4:41
 

WERNER RICHARD HEYMANN

25 

One Night In Monte Carlo

3:42
 Erwin Halletz
   

Guild GL 5205

Here’s to Holidays

It is always fun planning holidays, and the anticipation can be an important element in the experience. With this in mind, Guild Music offers a timely collection which may help to stimulate interest in some far-away glamorous destinations, and the means of reaching them. All one needs is the sense of adventure, and the money to pay for it all! From Wally Stott’s impression of jet travel to the final, Mediterranean destination, Monte Carlo, the musical journey stops off in Italy, Spain, France, the United States, the Caribbean, and the Far East. Familiar light music conductors such as Robert Farnon, Roger Roger, Dolf van der Linden, and Philip Green are joined by Hal Evans in an impressive piece of Australian musical entertainment. As usual, there are plenty of contrasts, and armchair travellers will enjoy all the pleasures of visiting exotic places, without the hassle of checking in at airports.



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