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GL 5208

The Lost Transcriptions - Volume 4

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2013

Originally recorded in 1952

Artists:

Sidney Torch Orchestra


David Rose Orchestra


Percy Faith Orchestra


Carmen Dragon & his Orchestra


Hollywood Salon Orchestra


Mantovani and His Orchestra


Carl Chandler Orchestra


Harry Bluestone



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Compilations & Collections




Total Time - 76:55
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BRODSZKY/GREEN

arr. David Rose
1 

The Tina Lina

2:05
  c. 1951  
 

DAVID ROSE

2 

On A Misty Day

3:00
  c.1945  
3 

A Strip of Sunset

2:37
  c.1942  
4 

Oh! You Horses

3:26
  c.1942  
 

HENDERSON / DE SYLVA / BROWN

arr. David Rose
5 

Birth Of The Blues

4:41
  (from 'George White's Scandals')  
  c.1942  
 

GUY DESSLYN

6 

Brass Hats

2:00
  1952  
 

FRITZ KREISLER

7 

Caprice Viennois

4:55
  1952  
 

DONALD PHILLIPS

8 

Cuban Holiday

3:28
  1952  
 

MICHAEL SPIVAKOVSKY

9 

Danse Drole

4:00
  1952  
 

VIC MIZZY

10 

Loop-De-Loo

2:53
  1952  
 

EMIL CADKIN

11 

Nocturnal Mood

2:32
  1949  
 

ROBERTS/BERNIER

12 

It Wouldn't Be Love

2:52
 Harry Bluestone
  1949  
 

FREDERIC CHOPIN

arr. Emil Cadkin
13 

The Minute Waltz

2:15
  1949  
 

HAROLD WEEKS

14 

Hindustan

1:25
  c.1945  
 

JEROME KERN

arr. Sidney Torch
15 

Long Ago And Far Away

3:53
  (from 'Cover Girl')  
  c.1952  
 

FERDE GROFE

16 

On The Trail

4:47
  (from 'Grand Canyon Suite')  
  c.1952  
 

FREDERICK DELIUS

17 

La Calinda

4:00
  c.1952  
 

LEROY ANDERSON

18 

Syncopated Clock

1:59
  c.1952  
 

DUKE/GERSHWIN

arr. Percy Faith
19 

I Can't Get Started With You

3:37
  (from 'Ziegfeld Follies of 1936')  
  1948  
 

JIMMY DORSEY

20 

Oodles Of Noodles

3:14
  1948  
 

PERCY FAITH

21 

The Snow Goose

4:42
  1946  
 

JOHNNY RICHARDS

22 

Tears On Satin

2:39
  1948  
 

CHARLES WOOLCOTT

arr. Percy Faith
23 

Two Silhouettes

3:32
  (from the film 'Make Mine Music')  
  1946  
 

TRAD. ARR. PERCY FAITH

24 

The Irish Washerwoman

2:23
  1948  
   

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The Lost Transcriptions

For many people, sound recordings probably just mean commercial recordings, offered for sale by record companies which have striven to anticipate what their potential customers will be willing to buy. But alongside the familiar commercial recordings, a large number of recordings have also been made to serve the needs of various sections of the entertainment business. Today it is often labelled ‘production music’ or ‘stock music’; it often came from music publishers themselves who wanted their music to be used in cinema, radio, television, newsreels, documentaries – in fact, anywhere that music could play a useful part. Some larger radio stations also made special programmes to offer to other broadcasters around the world, who maybe could not afford the cost of some of these lavish productions. These were usually referred to as ‘transcriptions’. Four leading Light Orchestras provide the lion’s share of the music in the present collection: David Rose, Mantovani, Sidney Torch, and Percy Faith. Each has enjoyed international success with his numerous commercial recordings, and it may come as a surprise to some of his admirers to learn that he was also actively involved in making transcription recordings.



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