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George Gershwin - The Golden Age Of Gershwin (Played By The Great British Dance Bands Of The 1930's) mp3 flac

Performer: George Gershwin
Title: The Golden Age Of Gershwin (Played By The Great British Dance Bands Of The 1930's)
Style: Big Band, Swing
Released: 1987
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1678 mb
Size FLAC version: 1755 mb
Size WMA version: 1963 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 169
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Genre: Jazz / Screen - Stage

George Gershwin - The Golden Age Of Gershwin (Played By The Great British Dance Bands Of The 1930's) mp3 flac


From the Golden Age of British Dance Bands comes a selection of six recordings from 1934

1932 Работая с братом Айрой Гершвином, получили Пулитцеровскую премию, впервые присуждённую музыкальной постановке, за шоу Of Thee I Sing.

1937 Умер утром 11 июля 1937 года, не приходя в сознание после операции по удалению опухоли.

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The Golden Age of Hollywood ended with the demise of the studio system, theemergence of television, the rising costs and subsequent losses notably 'Cleopatra' (1963). Milestones of the Golden Age of Hollywood The Golden Age of Hollywood witnessed important milestones in the history of the movie industry such as the establishment of Hollywood as the American home of movies, the establishment of the Studio System, the first color movie, the first talking movie, the oscars and animated cartoon movies. Facts about the Golden Age of Hollywood for kids The following fact sheet continues with facts about Golden Age of Hollywood. Facts about Golden Age of Hollywood for kids. The music and lyrics were composed by people such as George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Rodgers and Hart and Rodgers and Hammerstein.

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George Gershwin was one of the most remarkable American composers of the 20th century. Below you will find twelve most interesting facts about his life and music. Gershwin sadly died young, at the age of 38, but he has left behind an impressive collection of songs, many of which became great American jazz standards.

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A1 Savoy Hotel Orpheans Delishious
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Laurie Payne Conductor, Alto Saxophone – Howard Jacobs Conductor, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums, Xylophone – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano [2nd] – Harry Jacobson Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Trombone – Don Macaffer, Paul FenoulhetTrumpet – Bill Shakespeare, Billy HiggsViolin – Ben Frankel, Hugo RignoldVocals – Jack Plant
A2 Savoy Hotel Orpheans Bidin' My Time
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – George MelachrinoClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Laurie Payne Conductor, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums, Xylophone – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano [2nd] – Sid BrightTenor Saxophone – George Smith Trombone – Lew Davis, Paul FenoulhetTrombone, Trumpet – Arthur FenoulhetTrumpet – Bill Shakespeare, Billy HiggsViolin – Hugo Rignold, Jack PlantVocals – The Carlyle Cousins
A3 Roy Fox & His Orchestra They Can't Take That Away From Me
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Art ChristmasBass [String] – George GibbsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Hugh Tripp, Rex OwenConductor – Roy FoxDrums – Maurice BurmanGuitar – Ivor MairantsPiano – Jack NathanTenor Saxophone – Harry GoldTrombone – Don Macaffer, Jock BainTrumpet – Les Lambert , Sid BuckmanViolin – Harry BalenVocals – Denny Dennis
A4 Carroll Gibbons And Savoy Hotel Orpheans Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Dave ShandClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bob Wise, Laurie Payne Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Conductor, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums – Max AbramsGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano [2nd] – Ian Stewart Trumpet – Frenchy Sartell, Teddy JepsonTrumpet, Trombone – Paul FenoulhetViola – George MelachrinoViolin – Eric Siday, Reg LeopoldVocals – Anne Lenner, George Melachrino
A5 Carroll Gibbons And Savoy Hotel Orpheans Shall We Dance?
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Dave ShandClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bob Wise, Laurie Payne Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Conductor, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums – Max AbramsGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano [2nd] – Ian Stewart Trumpet – Frenchy Sartell, Teddy JepsonTrumpet, Trombone – Paul FenoulhetViola – George MelachrinoViolin – Eric Siday, Reg LeopoldVocals – Anne Lenner, George Melachrino
A6 Henry Hall And The BBC Dance Orchestra They All Laughed
Arranged By, Piano – Bert ReadBaritone Saxophone – Dan Donovan Baritone Saxophone, Violin – Cyril HarlingBass [String] – Theo FarrarCello – Stuart KnassenClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Burton GillisClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Fred Williams*Conductor – Henry HallDrums – Charlie BotterillGuitar – George DickinsonTenor Saxophone – Jack HalsallTrombone – Eric Tann, Freddy Welsh, Tony Thorpe Trumpet – Charles Price, Chick Smith, Freddy MannTrumpet, Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone, Violin – Eddie CromarViola – Eric CuthbertsonViolin – Bert Powell, Sydney WilliamsViolin, Viola – Joseph HitchenorVocals – Leslie Douglas
A7 The Six Swingers Slap That Bass
Bass [String] – Dick EscottClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie PrattDirected By, Piano – George Scott WoodDrums – Max AbramsGuitar – Joe Young Trombone – Jock FlemingTrumpet – Bill GaskinVocals – Sam Costa
A8 The Six Swingers I've Got Beginner's Luck
Bass [String] – Dick EscottClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie PrattDirected By, Piano – George Scott WoodDrums – Max AbramsGuitar – Joe Young Trombone – Jock FlemingTrumpet – Bill GaskinVocals – Sam Costa
B1 Joe Loss And His Band A Foggy Day
Bass [String] – Reg RichmanClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Danny Miller , Eddie PrattConductor – Joe LossDrums – Jack Greenwood Guitar – Harry PikePiano, Arranged By – Harry KahnTenor Saxophone – Reg BrewsterTrombone – Bill BolandTrumpet – Bill Burton, Clem Stevens, Harry LethamViolin – Eugene Pini, Phil SilverstoneVocals – Chick Henderson
B2 Carroll Gibbons And Savoy Hotel Orpheans Nice Work If You Can Get It
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Dave ShandClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bob Wise, Laurie Payne Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Drums – Max AbramsGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano [2nd] – Ian Stewart Piano, Conductor – Carroll GibbonsTrumpet – Frenchy Sartell, Teddy JepsonTrumpet, Trombone – Paul FenoulhetViola – George MelachrinoViolin – Eric Siday, Reg LeopoldVocals – George Melachrino
B3 Roy Fox & His Orchestra Things Are Looking Up
Alto Saxophone – Tommy Davies*Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Art ChristmasBass [String] – Barry Gray Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Hugh TrippClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Andy McDevittConductor – Roy FoxDrums – Maurice BurmanGuitar – Harry ThornePiano – Jack NathanTrombone – Don Macaffer, Jock BainTrumpet – Les Lambert , Sid BuckmanViolin – Harry BalenVocals – Denny Dennis
B4 Jack Harris And His Orchestra* Love Is Here To Stay
Baritone Saxophone – George Glover Bass [String] – Will HemmingsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy WilliamsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Harry Smith Conductor – Jack Harris Drums – Alfred GrayGuitar – Cyril Holliday, Joe BrannellyPiano – Bert Read, Jack PennTrombone – Don Binney, Lew DavisTrumpet – Alfie Noakes , Doug DolmanViolin – Bill Scheiderman, Max Jaffa, Sid Sax*Vocals – Sam Browne
B5 Jack Harris And His Orchestra* Love Walked In
Baritone Saxophone – George Glover Bass [String] – Will HemmingsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Freddy WilliamsClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Harry Smith Conductor – Jack Harris Drums – Alfred GrayGuitar – Cyril Holliday, Joe BrannellyPiano – Bert Read, Jack PennTrombone – Don Binney, Lew DavisTrumpet – Alfie Noakes , Doug DolmanViolin – Bill Scheiderman, Max Jaffa, Sid Sax*Vocals – Sam Browne
B6 Carroll Gibbons And Savoy Hotel Orpheans Strike Up The Band
Bass [String] – Jack EvettsClarinet, Alto Saxophone – George PallattClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Laurie Payne Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – George Smith Conductor, Piano – Carroll GibbonsDrums – Rudy StaritaGuitar – Bert Thomas Piano – Sid KriegerTrombone – Boatwright*, Buddy Hammond Trumpet – Frenchy Sartell, George Ratcliffe, George Wilder Violin – Reg. Leopold*Vocals – Anne Lenner
B7 Harry Roy And His Orchestra Rhapsody In Blue
Bass [String] – Arthur CalkinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Joe Arbiter, Nat TempleClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Abe RomainClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry GossConductor – Harry RoyDrums – Ray EllingtonGuitar – Tommy VennPiano – Norman White Piano [Solo] – Stanley BlackTrombone – Dick Boothroyd, Jack CollinsTrumpet – Alf Horton, Bert Wilton, Tommy Porter*Violin – Maurice Sterndale

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Chappell Music Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – EMI Records Ltd.

Credits

  • Composed By – George & Ira Gershwin (tracks: A1 To B6), George Gershwin (tracks: B7)
  • Engineer – Peter Bown
  • Liner Notes – Brian Rust
  • Producer, Compiled By, Transferred By – Chris Ellis

Notes

Track A1 - CA-12518-2, March 9 1932
Track A2 - CA-13039-1, September 21 1932
Track A3 - OEA-5021-1, May 27 1937
Track A4 - CA-16397-1, June 2 1937
Track A5 - CA-16398-1, June 2 1937
Track A6 - CA-16409-1, June 11 1937
Track A7 - CA-16430-1, June 19 1937
Track A8 - CA-16431-1, June 19 1937
Track B1 - CAR-4807-1, December 11 1937
Track B2 - CA-16475-1, December 14 1937
Track B3 - OEA-5939-1, December 15 1937
Track B4 - OEA-6490-1, June 1 1938
Track B5 - OEA-6491-1, June 1 1938
Track B6 - CA-18246-1, November 28 1940
Track B7 - XCE-8217-1/XCE-8218-1, March 9 1937

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099941 255711
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label side A): GX 2557A
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label side B): GX 2557B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TC-GX 2557, 41 2557 4 George Gershwin The Golden Age Of George Gershwin ‎(Cass, Comp) EMI, EMI TC-GX 2557, 41 2557 4 UK 1987