George Gershwin, Paul Belanger - Preludes / Soon - Liza - Strike Up The Band flac album
Title: Preludes / Soon - Liza - Strike Up The Band
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1959 studio album by Oscar Peterson. Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook. Studio album by. Oscar Peterson. July 14 – August 9, 1959. Three Preludes (1926). French Ballet Class (1937). Aren't You Kind Of Glad We Did?" "(I've Got) Beginner's Luck". Let's Kiss and Make Up". "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)". Love Is Here to Stay". Love is Sweeping the Country". Love Walked In". "The Man I Love". Stairway to Paradise". That Certain Feeling". They Can't Take That Away from Me". "Things Are Looking Up". "Tra-la-la".
Overture to Strike Up the Band (1927/revised 1930), the longest and most complex of the overtures for Gershwin's broadway shows, several sections are polytonal/atonal. March from Strike Up the Band (1927) is a very popular musical interlude from the 1927 stage musical of the same title. An American in Paris (1928), a symphonic tone poem with elements of jazz and realistic sound effects, premiered in Carnegie Hall by the New York Philharmonic, Walter Damrosch conducting.
Strike Up The Band: 'Strike Up The Band'. 18. Girl Crazy: 'I Got Rhythm'. 19. Of Thee I Sing: 'Of Thee I Sing' - Dance medley. A footnote: The unjustly forgotten Tom Stacks is here - which brings up another bad public-domain album: Back in the eighties some deaf engineer enticed Australian Broadcasting's record label to put out a whole slew of "digital stereo" albums of pre-war pop music. You knew you were in the golden age of "electronically simulated to re-create stereo" when you put on the headphones and heard an effect not unlike the way your ears can clog up during a cold.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Strike Up the Band (George Gershwin). George Gershwin: Three Piano Preludes - Eduardo Rojas. My One And Only - Piano Solo by The Composer, George Gershwin - Columbia 5109. Someone To Watch Over Me - George Gershwin plays his own composition on the piano (1926). George & Ira Gershwin, arr. Sammy Nestico: Strike Up The Band. Strike up the band/ Count Basie.
Verse) I'm making up for all the years that I've waited I'm compensated At last My heart is through with shirking Thanks to you, it's working Fast The many lonely nights and days when this duffer Just had to suffer Are past. Life will be a dream song Love will be the theme song
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- Composed By – Gershwin*
- Liner Notes – Etienne Chevalley
- Piano – Paul Belanger