Musical kaleidoscope

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Format: Music CD 2007
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio - Reference Media r COMPACT DISC Or Mus 48225
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio - Reference Media
 
Call Number  r COMPACT DISC Or Mus 48225
 
 
Contents
v. 1. Kaleidoscope (New Century Orchestra ; Erich Börschel, conductor)
Double cross : theme from BBC TV series (Frank Cordell and his orchestra)
Ballet of Madeira (Johnny Douglas and his orchestra)
Dance of the Spanish onion (Mantovani and his orchestra)
Cockney girl (George Melachrino and his orchestra)
Fiesta (the Embassy Orchestra ; Jack Coles, director)
In happy mood (West End Celebrity Orchestra)
Policeman's holiday (New Light Symphony Orchestra)
Pavanne (Jay Wilbur's Serenaders)
Plasir d'amour (Fred Hartley and his Music)
Roses at dawning (Reginald King's Orchestra)
Legend (London Promenade Orchestra ; Walter Collins, conductor)
Keep moving (Louis Voss and his orchestra)
Sailors' holiday (West End Celebrity Orchestra)
Blue devils (London Palladium Orchestra ; Richard Crean, conductor)
Seven famous BBC orchestras. Oranges and lemons / traditional (London Studio Players ; Michael Krein, conductor) ; Music for Rivers of the north of England. Serene & flowing (BBC Northern Orchestra ; Charles Groves, conductor) ; Dance of a whimsical elf (BBC Theatre Orchestra ; Harold Lowe, conductor) ; Manx dirk dance = Reeaghyn-dy-vannin : from Two Celtic dances for orchestra (BBC Scottish Orchestra ; Guy Warrack, conductor) ; Open windows : suite (BBC Revue Orchestra ; Charles Groves, conductor) ; Music of the people. England / traditional (BBC Midland Light Orchestra ; Gilbert Vinter, conductor) ; Here's to the good old whisky / traditional (BBC Variety Orchestra ; Charles Shadwell, conductor) ; Oranges and lemons / traditional (BBC Theatre Orchestra ; Harold Lowe, conductor)
Legion patrol (Billy Cotton and his band). v. 2. Kaleidoscope (Dolf van der Linden and his Metropole Orchestra)
Circus polka (Reg Owen and his orchestra)
Bewitched (Felix King, his piano and orchestra)
Bobbysox bounce (George Melachrino and his orchestra)
Shadow of a man : theme from the film (Jackie Brown and his orchestra)
Down the Solent : overture (New Century Orchestra ; Sidney Torch, conductor)
The broken horseshoe : theme from the film (Wilfred Burns and his orchestra)
Sea reivers : from "Two Hebridean sea poems" (London Promenade Orchestra ; Walter Collins, conductor)
Frenesi (Don Felipe and his Cuban Caballeros [i.e. Philip Green])
Columbine (Leighton Lucas and his orchestra)
Oriental dance (London Promenade Orchestra ; Walter Collins, conductor)
Saluting base (Queen's Hall Light Orchestra ; Charles Williams, conductor)
Jay walker (Lansdowne Light Orchestra [i.e. Stuttgart Radio Orchestra] ; Kurt Rehfeld, conductor)
Park Lane serenade (Dolf van der Linden and his orchestra)
Ticker tape (Telecast Orchestra ; Elliott Mayes, conductor)
Pioneer trail (Danish State Radio Orchestra ; Robert Farnon, conductor)
Intermission (Orchestre Devereaux ; Georges Devereaux, conductor)
Cigarette girl (Telecast Orchestra ; Elliott Mayes, conductor)
Skiddles (George Liberace and his orchestra)
A pinch of salt (Ray Ventura and his orchestra)
Doreen (Monty Kelly and his orchestra)
Dagger dance (Alfonzo D'Artega and his orchestra)
Pizzicato tango (Arturo Chaite and his orchestra)
Three pieces from "Woodland sketches" : op. 51. In autumn ; From Uncle Remus ; By a meadow brook (Camarata and his orchestra)
The duel (Queen's Hall Light Orchestra ; Sidney Torch, conductor)
The four horsemen (Harmonic Orchestra ; Hans May, conductor)
Follow that car (Queen's Hall Light Orchestra ; Robert Farnon, conductor)
Inhumanity (New Concert Orchestra ; Frederic Curzon, conductor). v. 3. Winged messenger (Queen's Hall Light Orchestra ; Sidney Torch, conductor)
Baden-Baden (Baden-Baden Symphony Orchestra ; Hans Rosbaud, conductor)
Holiday for trombones (David Rose and his orchestra)
Jalopy (Kermit Leslie and his orchestra)
Just for two (Jeff Morley and his orchestra)
White (symphony orchestra conducted by Frank Sinatra)
Tales of the three blind mice (Sidney Torch and his orchestra)
Shaftesbury Avenue (Louis Voss and his orchestra)
The Boston two step (Sidney Bowman and his orchestra)
Vivaracho (Don Sesta and his tango orchestra)
Twilight reverie (London Promenade Orchestra ; Walter Collins, conductor)
Lady of the evening (Peter Yorke and his concert orchestra)
Piano playtime (the Telecast Ensemble featuring Robert Farnon, piano)
Domani (Richard Hayman and his orchestra)
Valse bluette (Rafael Mendez, trumpet ; with Victor Young and his orchestra)
Banners of victory (Harry Fryer and his orchestra)
That's all (Acquaviva and his orchestra)
Ecstasy (Otto Cesana and his orchestra)
Swanee (Guy Luypaerts and his orchestra)
Deep night (the Pittsburgh Strings ; Richard Jones, conductor)
Captain of the guard (Danish State Radio Orchestra ; Robert Farnon, conductor)
La muse légère : march (The younger generation) (Sidney Torch and his orchestra)
Alla marcia : from Karelia suite : op. 11 (the Danish State Radio Symphony Orchetsra ; Thomas Jensen, conductor)
Rustle of spring (Queen's Hall Light Orchestra ; Charles Williams, conductor)
Serenade (Andre Kostelanetz and his orchestra)
Scherzo from Concerto symphonique no. 4 (Winifred Atwell, piano ; Neophonic Symphony Orchestra ; Mantovani, conductor)
Bonus tracks : music from The phantom raspberry blower of Old London Town. Desperate moment ; Sinister street no. 1 (Celebrity Symphony Orchestra).

Additional Information
Subjects Orchestral music.
Popular instrumental music.
Popular music.
Publisher Ramsen, Switzerland :Guild Light Music,2007
Participants/Performers Various orchestras and conductors.
Language No linguistic content
Notes Compilation of material previously released on various labels. On volume 1 releases from FDH, HMV, Decca, EMI, Embassy, Bosworth, Rex, Columbia, Regal, Paxton between 1933 and 1956. The BBC orchestra tracks on volume 1 from various BBC labels (BBC Sound Archives, BBC, and BBC London Transcription Service). On volume 2 releases from Paxton, Parlophone, Decca, EMI, Columbia, Francis Day & Hunter, MGM, Chappell, Impress, Kapp, Essex, Mercury, Seeco, Decca, Harmonic, and Boosey & Hawkes, from 1946 to 1956. On volume 3 releases from Chappell, Ariola, MGM, Epic, Capitol, Lang-Worth, Bosworth, Felsted, Paxton, Decca, Mercury, Brunswick, Columbia, Parlophone, Philips, and De Wolfe, from between 1946 and 1957.
Compact discs.
Program notes by David Ades inserted in containers.
Description 3 audio discs : digital, mono ; 4 3/4 in.
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