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COMEDY HARMONISTS: Whistle While You Work (1929-1938)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2009


Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Nostalgia




Total Time - 58:42
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FRANK CHURCHILL

1 

Whistle While You Work

3:12
     
 

CLAY ROLAND

2 

Marie, Marie

2:45
     
 

RALPH BENATZKY

3 

Musketiermarsch

2:49
     
 

N/A NOT APPLICABLE / NACIO H. BROWN

4 

Puppenhochzeit

3:33
     
 

FRITZ KREISLER

5 

Die Liebe kommt, die Liebe geht (Liebesleid)

3:23
     
 

DUKE ELLINGTON

6 

Creole Love Call

3:10
     
 

RICHARD HEYMANN

7 

Liebling, mein herz lasst dich grussen

3:30
     
 

TRADITIONAL

8 

Ach, wie ist's moglich dann?

2:03
     
9 

Muss i'denn zum Stadtele dinaus?

2:03
     
 

JACQUES OFFENBACH

10 

Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)

2:49
     
 

NICHOLAS BRODSZKY

11 

Love me a little today

3:17
     
 

MISCHA SPOLIANSKY

12 

Congo Lullaby

3:11
     
 

RUDOLPH FRIML

13 

The Firefly

3:01
     
 

RICHARD HEYMANN

14 

Ein Freund, ein gutter Freund

2:20
     
 

RAYMOND LEVEEN

15 

Ti-Pi-Tin

2:59
     
 

FRANK CHURCHILL

16 

Dwarf's Yodel Song

2:37
     
 

ANTONIN DVORAK

17 

Eine kleine Fruhlingsweise (Humoresque)

2:43
     
 

COLE PORTER

18 

Night and Day

3:26
     
 

GIOACHINO ROSSINI

19 

Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)

5:51
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"In many ways their enthusiastic but perfectly-honed style reminds me of The King’s Singers, and on some tunes the Swingle Singers come to mind - especially the final one of the 19 tracks, which is an absolutely amazing vocalese arrangement - complete with vocal percussion - of the Overture to The Barber of Seville!"
 
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