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Ramon Duval And His Orchestra - Music From The Movies album


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Album · 2012 · 37 Songs. Piano Concerto No. 21: Andante (from "The Spy Who Loved Me"). By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 14. 5 - "The Emperor": Adagio (from "Dead Poets Society"). By Ludwig van Beethoven.

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Alex Mendham and His Orchestra are a British dance band, led by Alex Mendham, that performs and records music from the 1920s and 1930s. They perform concerts internationally. The orchestra held a long standing residency at the Savoy Hotel in London. Their debut album, Whistling in the Dark, was released in January 2013, followed by a second album, Jazznocracy, in December 2015. In 2017 they released On with the Show, their third studio album.

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Free download and listen Woody Allen - Music from His Movies, Vol. . Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans. Count Basie Orchestra. David Rose And His Orchestra. Tracks count: 12. Views: 11. Frankie Carle - I Want A Girl 02:53. Earl 'Fatha' Hines - Two Sleepy People (From "The Curse of the Jade Scorpion") 03:13. Bert Ambrose & His Orchestra - When Your Lover Has Gone (From "Mighty Aphrodite") 02:55.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Some Enchanted Evening ( From "South Pacific")
Songwriter – Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
3:04
A2 The Song Of The Raintree County
Songwriter – Johnny Green, Paul Francis Webster
2:13
A3 Another Time Another Place
Songwriter – Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
2:04
A4 Dance From "Bonjour Tristesse"
Songwriter – Georges Auric
1:57
A5 Love Theme From A Farewell To Arms
Songwriter – Mario Nascimbene
2:32
A6 Desire Under The Elms
Songwriter – Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
2:21
B1 The Long Hot Summer
Songwriter – Alex North, Sammy Cahn
2:35
B2 Gigi
Songwriter – Alan Jay Lerner*, Frederick Loewe
2:07
B3 A Very Precious Love ( From "Marjorie Morningstar")
Songwriter – Webster*, Fain*
2:43
B4 Too Much, Too Soon
Songwriter – Gold*
2:20
B5 Never Love A Stranger
Songwriter – Lawrence Elow, Raymond Scott
2:15
B6 Cowboy (Song Of The Cowboy)
Songwriter – George Duning
2:11

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Mercury
  • Recorded At – Studios Barclay

Credits

  • Design – mcbain*
  • Illustration – Gene Sharp

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SRW12501-A MS3
  • Matrix / Runout: SRW12501B MS2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MGW-12136, MGW 12136 Ramon Duval And His Orchestra Music From The Movies • 1958 ‎(LP) Wing Records, Wing Records MGW-12136, MGW 12136 US 1958
SRW 12501, SRW-12501 Ramon Duval And His Orchestra Music From The Movies ‎(LP) Wing Records, Wing Records SRW 12501, SRW-12501 US Unknown

Ramon Duval And His Orchestra - Music From The Movies album
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Performer: Ramon Duval And His Orchestra
Title: Music From The Movies
Category: Stage
Country: US
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 203
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