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GL 5213

Light And Latin

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2014

Originally recorded in 1948

Artists:

Robert Farnon Orchestra


Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra


Stanley Black Orchestra


Werner Müller and his Orchestra


Eddie Barclay Orchestra


Mario Ruiz Armengol and his Orchestra


The Connaught Light Orchestra


Percy Faith Orchestra


Xavier Cugat Orchestra


Dennis Farnon & his Orchestra


Paul Weston & his Orchestra


Concert Orchestra


Richard Hayman Orchestra


Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra


The Clebanoff Strings & Percussion


Ambrose And His Orchestra With Strings


Axel Stordahl Orchestra


Group Forty Orchestra


Tito Puente & His Orchestra


Carmen Dragon



Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Light Music


Compilations & Collections

Total Time - 78:39
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ERNESTO LECUONA

1 

Malaguena

3:34
 

ARY BARROSO

arr. Percy Faith
2 

Baia (Na Baixa do Sapateiro)

3:23
 

JIMMY MCHUGH/DOROTHY FIELDS/ HERBERT STOTHART

3 

Cuban Love Song

2:49
 

ZEQUINHA DE ABREU

4 

Tico Tico

4:19
 Carmen Dragon
 

NAT SIMON/ BUDDY BERNIER

5 

Poinciana

2:48
 

MIGUEL PRADO

6 

Duerme (Time Was)

2:26
 

ERNESTO LECUONA

7 

High In Sierra

3:25
 

COLE PORTER

arr. Robert Farnon
8 

I Love You (from "Mexican Hayride")

2:40
 

ARY BARROSO

arr. Percy Faith
9 

Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil)

2:19
 

ERIC WINSTONE

10 

Beguine By Night

2:15
 

ENRIC MADRIGUERA

11 

Adios

3:27
 

RENE TOUZET

arr. Laurie Johnson
12 

No Te Importe Saber

2:08
 

FRANK ENGELEN

13 

Berceuse Cubaine

2:29
 

AGUSTIN LARA

arr. Mario Ruiz Armengol
14 

Oracion Caribe

3:23
 

XAVIER CUGAT

15 

Nightingale

2:31
 

MARIA TOROSO LARA

16 

Noche De Ronda (Be Mine Tonight)

2:50
 

LES BAXTER

17 

Quiet Village

3:50
 

RONALD HANMER

18 

Brazilian Butterfly

2:50
 

HERMANN GARST

19 

Sweet Bolero

3:19
 

FRANK LOESSER/ ALFRED NEWMAN

20 

The Moon Of Manakoora

3:31
  (from the film "The Hurricane")  
 

ISAAC ALBENIZ

21 

Cordoba (from "Cantos Dos Espana")

3:07
 

MARCOS A JIMINEZ

22 

Adios Mariquita Linda

2:49
 

ERNESTO LECUONA

23 

Siboney

3:29
 

RAFAEL MERDINA MUNOZ

24 

Tropical Merengue

2:30
 

EMMANUEL CHABRIER

25 

Espana

6:28
 Carmen Dragon
  Total Time 78:39      
   
  Series Producer and compilation: David Ades  

Light and Latin

Just as no two music lovers are ever likely to agree on the precise boundaries that define Light Music, aficionados of Latin American music will happily argue about its origins. Most will probably accept that the vast continent of the Americas from Mexico southwards qualifies as ‘Latin America’, so the rhythms and styles of more than twenty countries have contributed to its emergence – particularly from the 1930s onwards – as an enjoyable part of the popular music scene. Add to this the influence of music makers from the United States and Europe, and the result is a mix that may sometimes have corrupted the roots, but has succeeded in making what we all regard as ‘Latin American Music’ universally popular. It is therefore hardly surprising that many light orchestras have included it in their repertoire, notably Percy Faith, Werner Müller, Carmen Dragon, Stanley Black, and André Kostelanetz.





Just as no two music lovers will probably ever agree on the precise boundaries that define Light Music, the aficionados of Latin American will also happily argue about its origins. There seems little doubt that most will accept that the vast continent of the Americas, from Mexico southwards, qualifies as being generally regarded as ‘Latin America’, so the rhythms and styles of more than twenty countries have contributed to its emergence - particularly from the 1930s onwards - as an enjoyable part of the popular music scene. Add to this the influence of music makers from the United States and Europe, and the result is a mix that may sometimes have corrupted the roots, but has succeeded in making what we all regard as ‘Latin American Music’ universally popular. It is therefore hardly surprising that many light orchestras have included it in their repertoire, notably Percy Faith, Werner Müller, Carmen Dragon, Stanley Black and Andre Kostelanetz, among many others.

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