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					CD-No.      Title                                                                                     Composers
GLCD 5101   The Golden Age of Light Music: An Introduction                                            Various
GLCD 5102   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1940s                                                  Various
GLCD 5103   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1950s                                                  Various
GLCD 5104   The Golden Age of Light Music: Great English Light Orchestras                             Various
GLCD 5105   The Golden Age of Light Music: Great American Light Orchestras                            Various
GLCD 5106   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1930s                                                  Various
GLCD 5107   The Golden Age of Light Music: Charles Williams & The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra        Various
GLCD 5108   The Golden Age of Light Music: British Cinema and Theatre Orchestras                      Various
GLCD 5109   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music From The Silver Screen                         Various
GLCD 5110   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music Mantovani - By Special Request                 Various
GLCD 5111   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1950s Volume 2 - Midnight Matinee                      Various
GLCD 5112   The Golden Age of Light Music: Reflections of Tranquility                                 Various
GLCD 5113   The Golden Age of Light Music: Mantovani - By Special Request - Volume 2                  Various
GLCD 5114                                                                                             Various
            The Golden Age of Light Music: Great American Light Orchestras - Volume 2 - Travellin’ Light
GLCD 5115   The Golden Age of Light Music: Highdays and Holidays                                      Various
GLCD 5116   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1930s Volume 2 - In Town Tonight                       Various
GLCD 5117   The Golden Age of Light Music: Bandstand in the Park                                      Various
GLCD 5118   The Golden Age of Light Music: Buried Treasure                                            Various
GLCD 5119   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1950s Volume 3 - Say it with Music                     Various
GLCD 5120   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Hall of Fame - Volume 1                                Various
GLCD 5121   The Golden Age of Light Music: Joyousness - The Music of Haydn Wood                       Various
GLCD 5122   The Golden Age of Light Music: British Cinema & Theatre Orchestras - Volume 2             Various
GLCD 5123   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Light Orchastras Salute Richard Rodgers                Various
GLCD 5124   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Hall of Fame - Volume 2                                Various
GLCD 5125   The Golden Age of Light Music: Childhood Memories                                         Various
GLCD 5126   The Golden Age of Light Music: "SOLOISTS SUPREME"                                         Various
GLCD 5127   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Great Light Orchestras Salute COLE PORTER              Various
GLCD 5128   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music While You Work                                 Various
GLCD 5129   The Golden Age of Light Music: Beyond the Blue Horizon                                    Various
GLCD 5130   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1950s Volume 4 - CORNFLAKES                            Various
GLCD 5131   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music on the Move                                    Various
GLCD 5132   The Golden Age of Light Music: Continental Flavour                                        Various
GLCD 5133   The Golden Age of Light Music: Amor, Amor: Music for Romance                              Various
GLCD 5134   The Golden Age of Light Music: Four Decades of Light Music - Volume I 1920s & 30s         Various
GLCD 5135   The Golden Age of Light Music: Four Decades of Light Music - Volume II 1940s & 50s        Various
GLCD 5136   The Golden Age of Light Music: Marching & Waltzing                                        Various
GLCD 5137   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music While You Work - Volume 2                      Various
GLCD 5138   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music For All Seasons                                Various
GLCD 5139   The Golden Age of Light Music: Musical Kaleidoscope - Volume 1                            Various
GLCD 5140   The Golden Age of Light Music: Musical Kaleidoscope - Volume 2                            Various
GLCD 5141   The Golden Age of Light Music: Globetrotting                                              Various
GLCD 5142   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1950s Volume 5 - Sunny Side Up                         Various
GLCD 5143   The Golden Age of Light Music: Animal Antics                                              Various
GLCD 5144   The Golden Age of Light Music: Childhood Memories - Volume 2                              Various
GLCD 5145   The Golden Age of Light Music: Scenic Grandeur                                            Various
GLCD 5146   The Golden Age of Light Music: Stringin’ along                                            Various
GLCD 5147   The Golden Age of Light Music: Bandstand in the Park - Vol. 2                             Various
GLCD 5148   The Golden Age of Light Music: Great Light Orchestras Salute George Gershwin & Jerome Various
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GLCD 5149   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Show Goes On                                           Various
GLCD 5150   The Golden Age of Light Music: String Fever                                               Various
GLCD 5151   The Golden Age of Light Music: Going Places                                               Various
GLCD 5152   The Golden Age of Light Music: From Stage and Screen                                      Various
GLCD 5153   The Golden Age of Light Music: Strings and Things go Stereo!                              Various
GLCD 5154   The Golden Age of Light Music: Musical Kaleidoscope - Vol. 3                              Various
GLCD 5155   The Golden Age of Light Music: Melodies for Romantics                                     Various
GLCD 5156   The Golden Age of Light Music: Picking Strings                                Various
GLCD 5157   The Golden Age of Light Music: A Box of Light Musical Allsorts                Various
GLCD 5158   The Golden Age of Light Music: That’s Light Musical Entertainment             Various
GLCD 5159   The Golden Age of Light Music: More Strings in Stereo!                        Various
GLCD 5160   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light & Lively                                 Various
GLCD 5161   The Golden Age of Light Music: European Tour                                  Various
GLCD 5162   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Hall Of Fame - Vol. 3                      Various
GLCD 5163   The Golden Age of Light Music: The 1930s Revisited - Vol. 3                   Various
GLCD 5164   The Golden Age of Light Music: A trip to the Library                          Various
GLCD 5165   The Golden Age of Light Music: Orchestral Gems in Stereo                      Various
GLCD 5166   The Golden Age of Light Music: Highly Strung                                  Various
GLCD 5167   The Golden Age of Light Music: Strings In Rhythm                              Various
GLCD 5168   The Golden Age of Light Music: British Cinema & Theatre Orchestras - Vol. 3   Various
GLCD 5169   The Golden Age of Light Music: A first A-Z of Light Music                     Various
GLCD 5170   The Golden Age of Light Music: Magical Melodies                               Various
GLCD 5171   The Golden Age of Light Music: War and Peace - Light Music of the 1940s       Various
GLCD 5172   The Golden Age of Light Music: Lightly Classical                              Various
GLCD 5173   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Pianist in the Spotlight                   Various
GLCD 5174   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions - Vol. 1               Various
GLCD 5175   The Golden Age of Light Music: Confetti                                       Various
GLCD 5176   The Golden Age of Light Music: From The Vintage Vaults                        Various
GLCD 5177   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Composer Conducts - Vol. 1                 Various
GLCD 5178   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Composer Conducts - Vol. 2                 Various
GLCD 5179   The Golden Age of Light Music: Portrait Of My Love                            Various
GLCD 5180   The Golden Age of Light Music: Bright and Breezy                              Various
GLCD 5181   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions - Vol. 2               Various
GLCD 5182   The Golden Age Of Light Music: A Second A-Z Of Light Music                    Various
GLCD 5183   The Golden Age of Light Music: A Return Trip to the Library                   Various
GLCD 5184   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions - Vol. 3               Various
GLCD 5185   The Golden Age of Light Music: Christmas Celebrations                         Various
GLCD 5186   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music While You Work - Vol. 3            Various
GLCD 5187   The Golden Age of Light Music: Light And Esay                                 Various
GLCD 5188   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Art Of The Arranger - Vol. 1               Various
GLCD 5189   The Golden Age of Light Music: Holidays For Strings                           Various
GLCD 5190   The Golden Age of Light Music: Continental Flavour - Vol. 2                   Various
GLCD 5191   The Golden Age of Light Music: Strings Afire                                  Various
GLCD 5192   The Golden Age of Light Music: Stereo Into The Sixties                        Various
GLCD 5193   The Golden Age of Light Music: The Art Of The Arranger - Vol. 2               Various
GLCD 5194   The Golden Age of Light Music: Nature's Realm                                 Various
Musicians   EAN-Code     Tot.Timing    Code   Year   Cat.    Flyer Text
Various     795754510126       78:23    ADD   2004   Light   Whether you happen to know it as Easy Listening, Middle-of-the-Road, Concert
Various     795754510225       76:41    ADD   2004   Light   If the names Robert Farnon, David Rose, Sidney Torch, Percy Faith, Eric Coate
Various     795754510324       77:52    ADD   2004   Light   With the new decade came a revolution in the way in which music would be hea
Various     795754510423       69:45    ADD   2004   Light   This new Guild Light Music series has already focussed attention on the many fi
Various     795754510522       73:45    ADD   2004   Light   In the USA Light Music enjoyed great popularity during the middle years of the la
Various     795754510621       78:16    ADD   2004   Light   The 1930s witnessed many advances in entertainment for the masses. Films we
Various     795754510720       76:30    ADD   2004   Light   During the 1940s and 1950s, the Chappell Recorded Music Library was the wor
Various     795754510829       78:17    ADD   2004   Light   For centuries theatrical productions have often been accompanied by some kind
Various     795754510928       78:31    ADD   2004   Light   From the earliest days music was considered essential to accompany silent films
Various     795754511024       77:44    ADD   2004   Light   Mantovani is now regarded as having fronted one of the greatest light concert or
Various     795754511123       76:29    ADD   2005   Light   Once again Guild returns to the 1950s, following the success of the first collectio
Various     795754511222       77:29    ADD   2005   Light   Guild recognises that there are times when musical entertainment should be soo
Various     795754511321       76:50    ADD   2005   Light   The strong response to Guild Music's first collection of previously neglected Man
Various     795754511420       76:49    ADD   2005   Light   There were many famous and talented composers and conductors on the Ameri
Various     795754511529       76:40    ADD   2005   Light   Keen Light Music fans have often been frustrated to discover that pieces heard r
Various     795754511628       76:39    ADD   2005   Light   Guild Light Music's second collection from the 1930s is a response to the warm
Various     795754511727       76:52    ADD   2005   Light   The worlds of military and brass band music are closely allied to light music, with
Various     795754511826       77:44    ADD   2005   Light   Sometimes commercial recordings are quickly deleted from record companies' c
Various     795754511925       77:14    ADD   2006   Light   During the 1950s the LP really came into its own, and many of the early big selle
Various     795754512021       77:53    ADD   2006   Light   During the early years of the last century, the more important cinemas and theat
Various     795754512120       77:57    ADD   2006   Light   Haydn Wood and his contemporary, Eric Coates, were giants on the British mus
Various     795754512229       76:33    ADD   2006   Light   During the early years of the last century, the more important cinemas and theat
Various     795754512328       78:03    ADD   2006   Light   Richard Charles Rodgers became one of America's greatest songwriters. The w
Various     795754512427       77:42    ADD   2006   Light   Guild Music's second "Hall of Fame" collection brings together more of the best-
Various     795754512526       77:11    ADD   2006   Light   The carefree years of childhood have for centuries provided inspiration for writer
Various     795754512625       77:22    ADD   2006   Light   A light orchestra is capable of producing a rich and glorious sound, and a clever
Various     795754512724       76:44    ADD   2006   Light   Cole Porter was a musical genius who wrote both the words and music for coun
Various     795754512823       76:33    ADD   2006   Light   Early on in the Second World War the BBC in Britain used its radio services to b
Various     795754512922       76:03    ADD   2006   Light   Inspiration can strike creative people in many different ways, and colours have c
Various     795754513028       78:21    ADD   2007   Light   In the early 1950s orchestral singles were still popular with record buyers, and m
Various     795754513127       78:37    ADD   2007   Light   Trains and boats and planes - and a lot more - have all provided inspiration for t
Various     795754513226       77:03    ADD   2007   Light   Whether located in small back rooms in London or New York, popular songwrite
Various     795754513325       78:24    ADD   2007   Light   Romance has always been in fashion, and composers have never tired of procla
Various     795754513424       78:21    ADD   2007   Light   During the last century Light Music gradually evolved from something rather gen
Various     795754513523       77:17    ADD   2007   Light   The optimism of the 1930s was shattered at the end of the decade with the outb
Various     795754513622       77:55    ADD   2007   Light   "Marching and Waltzing" was the title of a BBC radio programme around forty ye
Various     795754513721       78:36    ADD   2007   Light   The enthusiastic response from collectors and critics to Guild's first volume of M
Various     795754513820       77:53    ADD   2007   Light   Each of the four seasons possess its own individual charm, whether the freshne
Various     795754513929       77:27    ADD   2007   Light   This collection features a number of works which, for various reasons, did not id
Various     795754514025       78:18    ADD   2007   Light   Guild Music’s first ‘Musical Kaleidoscope’ (GLCD 5139) could not accommodate
Various     795754514124       77:26    ADD   2007   Light   The popular song spoke of "Faraway places with strange sounding names”, and
Various     795754514223       78:28    ADD   2008   Light   This selection has been chosen with the aim of recalling the cheerful, bright and
Various     795754514322       78:29    ADD   2008   Light   Those who observe strict adherence to the formal rules of pedantry will be quick
Various     795754514421       77:55    ADD   2008   Light   The popularity of Guild's first collection of Childhood Memories (GLCD 5125) ha
Various     795754514520       76:03    ADD   2008   Light   Grandeur' doesn't have to be massive: it can be a perfect description for anythin
Various     795754514629       77:36    ADD   2008   Light   With orchestras such as Victor Young, Werner Muller, Dolf van der Linden, Andr
Various     795754514728       78:40    ADD   2008   Light   The warm welcome accorded to Guild Music's first "Bandstand In The Park" coll
Various     795754514827       76:33    ADD   2008   Light   The 20th Century was a time when popular songwriters were truly blessed by th
Various     795754514926       79:04    ADD   2008   Light   This album's title is a well-worn cliché in thespian circles, and it perfectly sets the
Various     795754515022       77:19    ADD   2008   Light   "String Fever" celebrates Guild Music's 50th compilation in its 'Golden Age of Lig
Various     795754515121       78:45    ADD   2008   Light   The title of this collection is self-explanatory, but it is far more than just a selectio
Various     795754515220       77:37    ADD   2008   Light   Music has helped to create the right atmosphere for many theatrical productions
Various     795754515329       78:54    ADD   2009   Light   Light Orchestras were much in demand when stereo LPs started appearing in 19
Various     795754515428       79:01    ADD   2009   Light   Guild Music's first two "Musical Kaleidoscope" CDs (GLCD 5139 & 5140) were w
Various     795754515527       78:35    ADD   2009   Light   When Long Playing records really caught the public’s attention as the 1950s wo
Various   795754515626   78:53   ADD   2009   Light   This collection features some 26 different orchestras and over 30 composers all
Various   795754515725   77:55   ADD   2009   Light   Variety is the keynote in this extremely varied collection, ranging from the Broad
Various   795754515824   78:29   ADD   2009   Light   This compilation is largely inspired by the great Conrad Salinger, one of the crea
Various   795754515923   77:07   ADD   2009   Light   When record buyers started to embrace the new wonder of stereophonic sound
Various   795754516029   79:05   ADD   2009   Light   Although the title of this collection rightly suggests that there is a wealth of ‘Light
Various   795754516128   77:47   ADD   2009   Light   Once again it’s time for Guild’s ‘Golden Age of Light Music’ series to take anothe
Various   795754516227   77:54   ADD   2009   Light   This collection is intended as a tribute to talented musicians who have made an
Various   795754516326   78:55   ADD   2009   Light   In many ways the 1930s was a troubled decade, opening with a prolonged perio
Various   795754516425   77:19   ADD   2010   Light   During the last century there was a surge in the composition of Light Music, main
Various   795754516524   78:20   ADD   2010   Light   As the 1950s drew to a close, television was gaining dominance over radio as th
Various   795754516623   79:38   ADD   2010   Light   Light music often relies upon the strings of the orchestra to carry the melody alo
Various   795754516722   77:59   ADD   2010   Light   In the hands of a talented arranger, a touch of rhythm can transform an ordinary
Various   795754516821   79:23   ADD   2010   Light   The two previous collections focussing upon this area of the music scene have p
Various   795754516920   79:15   ADD   2010   Light   If anyone ever thought that the term ‘Light Music’ described a small corner of the
Various   795754517026   78:23   ADD   2010   Light   Someone once said that the important thing which distinguished Light Music wa
Various   795754517125   78:50   ADD   2010   Light   In retrospect it is clear that the 1940s had a major impact on the way in which Li
Various   795754517224   79:34   ADD   2010   Light   This collection has been prepared with three main aims: firstly to prove that the s
Various   795754517323   77:24   ADD   2010   Light   In this collection it is the turn of pianists to take centre stage. Some of them will b
Various   795754517422   77:39   ADD   2010   Light   What are ‘Transcriptions’ and why have they been ‘lost’? Generally speaking th
Various   795754517521   78:04   ADD   2011   Light   The word ‘confetti’ describes small pieces of paper, of various shapes and colou
Various   795754517620   78:14   ADD   2011   Light   The title of this CD could almost apply to every release in Guild’s "Golden Age o
Various   795754517729   79:06   ADD   2011   Light   When composers conduct their own music one assumes that it is being perform
Various   795754517828   78:12   ADD   2011   Light   This second collection features some more weighty examples of composers con
Various   795754517927   79:07   ADD   2011   Light   Romance, love and marriage have always been uppermost in the minds of song
Various   795754518023   78:54   ADD   2011   Light   For many regular collectors the “Golden Age of Light Music” series has come to
Various   795754518122   78:42   ADD   2011   Light   Guild’s ‘mission’ to rescue old recordings really comes into its own with this new
Various   795754518221   77:28   ADD   2011   Light   Just as two economists usually disagree, it would be difficult to find two music lo
Various   795754518320   77:28   ADD   2011   Light   The positive response to the earlier Guild collection "A Trip To The Library" (GLC
Various   795754518429   77:58   ADD   2011   Light   The previous two Guild ‘Lost Transcription’ collections (GLCD5174 and 5181) ha
Various   795754518528   78:00   ADD   2011   Light   Somehow Christmas isn’t the same without Festive Music, whether traditional ca
Various   795754518627   78:41   ADD   2011   Light   When a Guild Golden Age of Light Music CD provokes a strong reaction from bu
Various   795754518726   77:50   ADD   2011   Light   This collection is simply - and unashamedly - meant to be enjoyable! The term
Various   795754518825   77:19   ADD   2011   Light   The arrangers are some of the most important people in the music business, yet
Various   795754518924   79:08   ADD   2012   Light   As the title of this CD clearly suggests, the emphasis in this collection is on string
Various   795754519020   79:19   ADD   2012   Light   There is a slight shift in emphasis in this second volume of music associated wit
Various   795754519129   70:14   ADD   2012   Light   This collection takes its title from an attractive composition composed and playe
Various   795754519228   74:30   ADD   2012   Light   By the time the 1960s arrived most conductors and record companies had just a
Various   795754519327   78:57   ADD   2012   Light   Guild’s first album dedicated to arrangers (GLCD5188) explained the importance
Various   795754519426   77:58   ADD   2012   Light   Initially this collection of Light Music was intended to reflect the scenic beauty of
pen to know it as Easy Listening, Middle-of-the-Road, Concert Music, Mood Music - or simply Light Music, there is no doubt that these are the sounds that will rekindle some happy memo
ert Farnon, David Rose, Sidney Torch, Percy Faith, Eric Coates, Stanley Black, Morton Gould and Andre Kostelanetz already mean something to you, then you will need no further encou
ade came a revolution in the way in which music would be heard in the home, thanks to the arrival of high fidelity sound and the long-playing record. Both were ideally suited to the require
ght Music series has already focussed attention on the many fine recordings made during the 1940s and 1950s, and it is now appropriate to concentrate on the output from British studios
Music enjoyed great popularity during the middle years of the last century. Some of the ‘household names’ such as Mantovani and Melachrino actually came from the other side of the Atla
 sed many advances in entertainment for the masses. Films were now talking, radio was making great strides in the home, and the electrical recording that had been fully developed as the
 and 1950s, the Chappell Recorded Music Library was the world's leading provider of quality background music. Radio and television signature tunes often had their origins in this library,
atrical productions have often been accompanied by some kind of music, and by the time the 20th century dawned an orchestra ‘pit’ below the footlights was part of the stage furniture. Wh
 days music was considered essential to accompany silent films. The arrival of talking pictures merely transferred the music inside the cinema to the soundtrack, and a new generation of t
  regarded as having fronted one of the greatest light concert orchestras of the last century. He achieved worldwide fame, and his music remains loved by millions. His LPs sold in vast qua
  returns to the 1950s, following the success of the first collection (on Guild GLCD 5103) from this fascinating period of the music business. Light music still featured regularly in the list of n
  hat there are times when musical entertainment should be soothing and relaxing, which is the recipe for this compilation. With composers such as David Rose, Trevor Duncan, Charles W
nse to Guild Music's first collection of previously neglected Mantovani recordings (GLCD 5110) made a second visit to the great conductor's archives a 'must' for his fans around the world
  famous and talented composers and conductors on the American Light Music Scene of the 1940s and 1950s, and some names still trigger wistful smiles of recognition to members of the
  fans have often been frustrated to discover that pieces heard regularly on the radio and other media are not available on commercial recordings. The reason in many instances is that the
 s second collection from the 1930s is a response to the warm welcome accorded to the first volume (GLCD 5106). This time the scope has been extended to include several famous cont
 tary and brass band music are closely allied to light music, with composers and performers in both genres regularly straying into each other's territory. The net result has been the enrichm
  ercial recordings are quickly deleted from record companies' catalogues long before they come to the attention of would-be purchasers. Other music is recorded for use purely within the
 the LP really came into its own, and many of the early big sellers featured large light orchestras playing popular standards and works specially composed for films, radio and television. 78
 ears of the last century, the more important cinemas and theatres often employed a surprisingly large number of musicians, and some of these orchestras achieved considerable populari
  his contemporary, Eric Coates, were giants on the British music scene during the first half of the last century, firstly as successful ballad writers, then as orchestral composers whose work
 ears of the last century, the more important cinemas and theatres often employed a surprisingly large number of musicians, and some of these orchestras achieved considerable populari
Rodgers became one of America's greatest songwriters. The word 'prolific' might have been invented for him, since his output spanning six decades included forty Broadway musicals, Ho
 ond "Hall of Fame" collection brings together more of the best-known names in Light Music alongside some very talented composers and conductors who deserve to be remembered, eve
 s of childhood have for centuries provided inspiration for writers and composers, and Light Music has been an ideal genre in which they can exploit their fantasies. Roger Quilter's Childre
 s capable of producing a rich and glorious sound, and a clever composer or arranger will try to bring out the strengths of the various ensembles within the total framework. Sometimes the
    musical genius who wrote both the words and music for countless songs that achieved great popularity during the middle years of the last century. One could be forgiven for thinking that
 cond World War the BBC in Britain used its radio services to boost the morale of millions of factory workers through a daily programme of non-stop music called "Music While You Work".
 ike creative people in many different ways, and colours have certainly made an impression in the minds of many talented composers. Surprisingly most of them seem to have been besot
    orchestral singles were still popular with record buyers, and many labels had top conductors under contract. Even the small independent companies provided some interesting releases f
 and planes - and a lot more - have all provided inspiration for talented composers, as this fascinating collection vividly illustrates. All kinds of motion are represented, with the final track ev
 n small back rooms in London or New York, popular songwriters have never found it difficult to write catchy melodies about holiday destinations in Europe. But the traffic has certainly not
  ays been in fashion, and composers have never tired of proclaiming its virtues. The top conductors and orchestras of the 1950s certainly knew how to touch the hearts and minds of musi
 ntury Light Music gradually evolved from something rather genteel at the end of Queen Victoria's reign, to the modern sounds that high-fidelity made possible in the 1950s. In the 1920s a
he 1930s was shattered at the end of the decade with the outbreak of the Second World War, but if anything music became even more important to alleviate the gloom of everyday life. Th
altzing" was the title of a BBC radio programme around forty years ago which followed a simple formula which proved popular with listeners. Quite simply it featured a selection of melodio
 esponse from collectors and critics to Guild's first volume of MWYW music from the 1940s (GLCD 5128) virtually demanded that a second volume had to follow. "Music While You Work"
 easons possess its own individual charm, whether the freshness of Spring, the sultry heat of Summer, Autumn’s mellow fruitfulness or the sometimes bleak - yet refreshing- stark beauty o
  tures a number of works which, for various reasons, did not ideally fit in with the concept of other recent Guild Light Music CDs. Many of the titles are special requests from loyal supporte
   ‘Musical Kaleidoscope’ (GLCD 5139) could not accommodate all the special requests and ‘leftovers’ from previous collections, so this second volume had to follow. There are two specia
  spoke of "Faraway places with strange sounding names”, and it is a fact that many of the places mentioned in the music in this collection were just names to most people when the record
    been chosen with the aim of recalling the cheerful, bright and breezy style of music that – over fifty years later – our memories tell us seemed prevalent in the 1950s. Typically the enterta
ve strict adherence to the formal rules of pedantry will be quick to point out that the title of this collection is misleading … and they are quite right! Not all the tracks refer to animals; there a
 Guild's first collection of Childhood Memories (GLCD 5125) has prompted a second dip into the musical world that happily transports many of us away from the problems of everyday life.
   have to be massive: it can be a perfect description for anything that impresses, whether a majestic mountain range, a valley or seascape, or perhaps a small wild-flower meadow shimme
 uch as Victor Young, Werner Muller, Dolf van der Linden, Andre Kostelanetz, George Melachrino, Ray Martin, Robert Farnon, Laurie Johnson and David Rose included in the line-up, you
me accorded to Guild Music's first "Bandstand In The Park" collection (GLCD 5117) has prompted a second generous helping from an area of the music world not that far distant from the t
  was a time when popular songwriters were truly blessed by three wonderful inventions which transformed the way in which music became accessible to everyone, virtually on demand. T
 s a well-worn cliché in thespian circles, and it perfectly sets the scene for a collection of mostly bright, up-tempo numbers with a theatrical feel. As one would expect, Irving Berlin's "There
 ebrates Guild Music's 50th compilation in its 'Golden Age of Light Music' series, which was launched early in 2004. Since then over 1,200 recordings have been rescued from possible obs
 llection is self-explanatory, but it is far more than just a selection of pieces associated with different parts of the world. Once again Guild has discovered a rare recording, never before ma
  to create the right atmosphere for many theatrical productions since time immemorial, and during the last century another art form – namely filmed entertainment – has continued this we
were much in demand when stereo LPs started appearing in 1957 and 1958. Although the technology had been largely perfected in 1933 by Alan Blumlein at EMI (an early example featu
  two "Musical Kaleidoscope" CDs (GLCD 5139 & 5140) were well received, judging by the requests for more of the same. It seems that many people enjoy a wide variety of musical styles
ng records really caught the public’s attention as the 1950s wore on, many were collections of romantic music played by light orchestras. This era was recaptured by Guild Music in the CD
  tures some 26 different orchestras and over 30 composers all with one specific aim in mind – to create great music with the strings to the fore. Newcomers to the Guild Light Music series
note in this extremely varied collection, ranging from the Broadway stage (the exciting opening number from "The Hot Mikado") to the golden age of Hollywood (Alfred Newman's atmosph
s largely inspired by the great Conrad Salinger, one of the creators of the sound of the Hollywood musicals in their glory days, although his name means nothing to most people. But Salin
ers started to embrace the new wonder of stereophonic sound towards the end of the 1950s they realised that the added dimension allowed them to hear and appreciate far more of the m
of this collection rightly suggests that there is a wealth of ‘Light and Lively’ music on offer, there are some more gentle – even restful – numbers to provide a welcome contrast. The openin
me for Guild’s ‘Golden Age of Light Music’ series to take another musical tour around Europe, prompted by so many appealing works created by talented composers from near and far. In
 ntended as a tribute to talented musicians who have made an important contribution to our enjoyment of Light Music, either as conductors, composers or arrangers – and occasionally as
  1930s was a troubled decade, opening with a prolonged period of hardship for the world following the Wall Street Crash of 1929, and ending with the outbreak of the Second World War.
 ntury there was a surge in the composition of Light Music, mainly from the 1940s onwards. This was commissioned by leading publishers who established libraries of recorded music to sa
w to a close, television was gaining dominance over radio as the main source of home entertainment, and in the world of recorded music the long playing record - with the added benefit o
 relies upon the strings of the orchestra to carry the melody along, and some violinists must take a double-breath when they see the notes they are required to play in some arrangements.
 alented arranger, a touch of rhythm can transform an ordinary melody into something rather special. Some music couldn’t exist without it: most of the glorious melodies associated with La
 collections focussing upon this area of the music scene have prompted a steady flow of requests asking for more. It seems that a considerable number of music lovers retain a special aff
  ught that the term ‘Light Music’ described a small corner of the music scene appealing only to minority interests, then maybe the wide variety of styles on offer in this collection will raise s
aid that the important thing which distinguished Light Music was the tune, rather than what you do with it. Listening to this collection he might have to change his mind, because the melodi
clear that the 1940s had a major impact on the way in which Light Music would develop in the remaining years of the 20th Century. The somewhat genteel world in which many composer
s been prepared with three main aims: firstly to prove that the so-called boundaries between light and classical music are not as insurmountable as some people seem to imagine; second
   is the turn of pianists to take centre stage. Some of them will be familiar as famous solo artists, while others fronted their own groups or small ensembles which bear their name. Occasio
 iptions’ and why have they been ‘lost’? Generally speaking the term refers to recordings of live performances made for use by broadcasting organisations before the advent of audio tape
 ’ describes small pieces of paper, of various shapes and colours, often thrown by guests at weddings. In musical terms it can equally apply to an assortment of pieces in different styles, c
D could almost apply to every release in Guild’s "Golden Age of Light Music” series so far, because our mission is to make available once again those recordings which have been neglect
  conduct their own music one assumes that it is being performed exactly as they intended. Therefore such recordings are particularly valuable, and this collection (and the companion Vol
ction features some more weighty examples of composers conducting their own works for posterity. The opening track is a significant work for British cinema of the 1930s. When Sir Arthu
nd marriage have always been uppermost in the minds of songwriters and singers. “Love like youth is wasted on the young” – thus sang Frank Sinatra to Sammy Cahn’s perceptive words
 collectors the “Golden Age of Light Music” series has come to mean bright, entertaining cameos of light music expertly crafted by some of the finest composers. They will surely not be dis
o rescue old recordings really comes into its own with this new release. It follows on from the first volume of Transcription rarities (GLCD5174) which cast its net fairly wide and featured a
 mists usually disagree, it would be difficult to find two music lovers who acknowledge where the exact boundaries of Light Music actually lie. The repertoire covered in this collection woul
onse to the earlier Guild collection "A Trip To The Library" (GLCD5164) has prompted this sequel, which plunders more of the riches to be found in the recorded music libraries (now usua
 Guild ‘Lost Transcription’ collections (GLCD5174 and 5181) have confirmed that a vast amount of light music was once recorded that was never intended to be purchased by the public to
mas isn’t the same without Festive Music, whether traditional carols or the appealing popular melodies dreamed up by composers who know how to tear at our nostalgic heartstrings. Both
 den Age of Light Music CD provokes a strong reaction from buyers asking for more, it is inevitable that another similar collection will eventually appear. In the case of "Light Music While Y
simply - and unashamedly - meant to be enjoyable! The term ‘Light’ implies that the music is not serious, but equally it is far from frivolous because it features delightful melodies by som
    some of the most important people in the music business, yet all too often their work is taken for granted and usually ignored. But without the skill of the arranger, the glorious sounds tha
 CD clearly suggests, the emphasis in this collection is on strings, although in the interests of variety the other sections of the orchestra also get their opportunity to shine. That immensely
 hift in emphasis in this second volume of music associated with the Continent of Europe, compared with the first selection issued in 2007 on GLCD5132. Previously the intention was to cr
 es its title from an attractive composition composed and played by the American maestro Herman Clebanoff, who was usually known only by his surname. He heads a roster of fine orche
960s arrived most conductors and record companies had just about learned to forget about the ‘ping pong’ effects that the arrival of stereo had offered. Instead the new medium was empl
   dedicated to arrangers (GLCD5188) explained the importance of these often neglected, but very essential, members of the music fraternity. Their special gifts of being able to transform
 ion of Light Music was intended to reflect the scenic beauty of our world, but it soon became apparent that composers often took a different view – the opening track – Thunder and Lightn
  at these are the sounds that will rekindle some happy memories. Because Light Music has been around all our lives, and not so long ago it was heard regularly on radio stations around t
  mean something to you, then you will need no further encouragement to go back in time to a period when ‘popular music’ was simply a term that meant it was enjoyed by millions. Light M
 he long-playing record. Both were ideally suited to the requirements of light orchestras, and before long their albums were selling in millions. But for a while 78 and 45rpm singles still dom
  appropriate to concentrate on the output from British studios. A combination of talented composers, plus highly professional musicians to perform the music, meant that the resulting high
   and Melachrino actually came from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, but there were plenty of excellent ‘home grown’ orchestras as well. Among the giants were Andre Kostelanetz, P
 d the electrical recording that had been fully developed as the 1920s drew to a close meant that records no longer sounded ‘hissy’ and ‘tinny’ - provided that you owned a reasonable gram
elevision signature tunes often had their origins in this library, and Chappell could call upon the talents of many of the finest composers working in light music. Much of it was performed by
 ra ‘pit’ below the footlights was part of the stage furniture. When cinemas arrived on the scene, music was considered an essential ingredient to accompany the silent flickering images on
 side the cinema to the soundtrack, and a new generation of talented composers and arrangers emerged to fulfil the specialised requirements of the movie industry. Light music has usuall
  his music remains loved by millions. His LPs sold in vast quantities, and many have now been made available again on compact discs. However he still has thousands of loyal fans, and t
 sic business. Light music still featured regularly in the list of new releases from many record companies, large and small, and names such as Nelson Riddle, Robert Farnon, Hugo Winterh
 h composers such as David Rose, Trevor Duncan, Charles Williams, Richard Rodgers, Eric Coates and Robert Farnon, this is sure to provide a pleasing antidote to the stresses and strai
 at conductor's archives a 'must' for his fans around the world. Among the treasures now rediscovered are no less than four compositions by Mantovani himself, plus rare items such as tw
mes still trigger wistful smiles of recognition to members of the older generation around the world. Others may have been temporarily forgotten, although the contents of this CD should rek
mmercial recordings. The reason in many instances is that the works in question were recorded by publishers for their Mood Music Libraries specifically for use by the entertainment indust
  he scope has been extended to include several famous continental ensembles, and well as some top names from Britain and the USA. Henry Hall, Debroy Somers and Sidney Torch join
 nto each other's territory. The net result has been the enrichment of both styles of music, and if any proof were needed it can be readily discovered through many of the exhilarating tracks
  urchasers. Other music is recorded for use purely within the worlds of broadcasting and films, and it is never made available to the general public. Therefore music lovers are deprived on
 d works specially composed for films, radio and television. 78 and 45 rpm 'singles' were also very important, and the record industry as a whole offered a wealth of tuneful music that still a
  nd some of these orchestras achieved considerable popularity through their broadcasts and recordings. In the case of cinemas their importance gradually waned during the 1930s, and th
ssful ballad writers, then as orchestral composers whose works were played frequently at concerts and on the radio. The high public profile enjoyed by Coates may have eclipsed the cons
  nd some of these orchestras achieved considerable popularity through their broadcasts and recordings. In the case of cinemas their importance gradually waned during the 1930s, and th
  spanning six decades included forty Broadway musicals, Hollywood films, scores for television and over 900 published songs. His melodies were so finely crafted that it is hardly surprisin
mposers and conductors who deserve to be remembered, even though they may not have achieved the kind of fame enjoyed by their peers. The featured composer is Leonard Trebilco, m
 which they can exploit their fantasies. Roger Quilter's Children's Overture is probably the best-known work in this selection, but equally enjoyable are the bright and breezy contributions b
  arious ensembles within the total framework. Sometimes the strings predominate, whereas there are other times when individual soloists will demonstrate their abilities. This collection foc
 ars of the last century. One could be forgiven for thinking that the lyrics should not be divorced from the music in order to enjoy his creations to the full, but hopefully the glorious arrangem
  ogramme of non-stop music called "Music While You Work". During the periods when this show was not being broadcast, factories often played records on their own loudspeaker system
mposers. Surprisingly most of them seem to have been besotted with the colour blue, which accounts for the majority of numbers chosen for this collection. Rather than go for equality, wit
  ndependent companies provided some interesting releases for collectors, and this compilation includes 14 rare tracks by famous names such as Laurie Johnson, Ray Martin, Johnny Gre
 es. All kinds of motion are represented, with the final track even transporting us into outer space. Backroom boys such as Jack Beaver, Len Stevens, Wally Stott and Sidney Torch excelle
 oliday destinations in Europe. But the traffic has certainly not been just one way, because many romantic and appealing songs of the last century have been created by talented compose
  0s certainly knew how to touch the hearts and minds of music lovers, and many long playing albums were recorded featuring gorgeous arrangements and original compositions. With nam
    that high-fidelity made possible in the 1950s. In the 1920s and 1930s the advent of electrical sound recording, and the popularity of radio, brought melodic and tuneful music into the hom
 ven more important to alleviate the gloom of everyday life. This volume focuses on the 1940s and 1950s, with the latter decade revealing a renaissance of light music, thanks to the dema
   with listeners. Quite simply it featured a selection of melodious music alternating between marches and waltzes, yet anyone thinking that this would result in a rather predictable sequenc
 hat a second volume had to follow. "Music While You Work" was a popular BBC radio programme originally designed to provide uplifting non-stop music to factory workers during the Sec
 ulness or the sometimes bleak - yet refreshing- stark beauty of the Winter landscape. Composers have been able to capture all these elements in their creations – often in popular songs (
Ds. Many of the titles are special requests from loyal supporters of this series, but there was so much material available that a second volume will follow shortly. A special feature this time
 s, so this second volume had to follow. There are two special features this time, the first being a selection called "Short and Sweet”; this offers five brief pieces from production music libra
  is collection were just names to most people when the recordings were made in the middle years of the last century. Since then ‘Globetrotting’ has become a pastime for millions, and the
es tell us seemed prevalent in the 1950s. Typically the entertainment profession at the time was trying to provide an antidote to the post-war misery and austerity that was still afflicting so
  hey are quite right! Not all the tracks refer to animals; there are birds and insects among the other creatures thrown in for good measure. A more accurate title would be 'non-human antic
 nsports many of us away from the problems of everyday life. Here is a mixture of well-known favourites alongside some catchy offerings from the production music libraries which would h
 or seascape, or perhaps a small wild-flower meadow shimmering in the morning dew. Composers have regularly turned to nature for their inspiration, and some of the world's most beaut
 , Laurie Johnson and David Rose included in the line-up, you can be assured that "Stringin' Along" is an accurate description of the exciting and tuneful melodies on offer. There are also
  from an area of the music world not that far distant from the traditional realms of Light Music. Indeed one of the strengths of Light Music is that it often happily strays into other areas of mu
music became accessible to everyone, virtually on demand. The gramophone, radio and talking pictures created an almost insatiable appetite for words and music, which the entertainmen
h a theatrical feel. As one would expect, Irving Berlin's "There's No Business Like Show Business" is featured in a scintillating arrangement by Angela Morley, but the worlds of radio and t
n over 1,200 recordings have been rescued from possible obscurity and made available once more to collectors around the world. The number of different orchestras featured exceeds 20
 gain Guild has discovered a rare recording, never before made available commercially, which will appeal to everyone interested in television nostalgia. It is a response to the inclusion of
   form – namely filmed entertainment – has continued this well established custom. Long before the movie pioneers learned how to link pictures on screen with recorded sound, numerous
 cted in 1933 by Alan Blumlein at EMI (an early example featuring the Ray Noble Orchestra was featured on the Guild CD "In Town Tonight – The 1930s Volume 2" - GLCD 5116), two dec
 eems that many people enjoy a wide variety of musical styles, rather than just one theme for a compilation. Each new Guild Light Music CD now includes compositions specifically reques
 orchestras. This era was recaptured by Guild Music in the CD "Amor Amor: Music for Romance” GLCD 5133, and the response from collectors has clearly indicated a desire for more. Thi
 trings to the fore. Newcomers to the Guild Light Music series include the talented French composer and conductor Gérard Calvi plus, from the other side of the Atlantic, Don Gillis, Florian
") to the golden age of Hollywood (Alfred Newman's atmospheric theme for "A Letter To Three Wives"). As usual in Guild CDs there are some classics of Light Music, so you won't be surp
    although his name means nothing to most people. But Salinger's "That's Entertainment" is probably second only to Irving Berlin's "There's No Business Like Show Business" as a great s
ension allowed them to hear and appreciate far more of the music than had previously been possible. Conductors and arrangers adapted their styles to take full advantage of this leap in t
   restful – numbers to provide a welcome contrast. The opening track, Robert Farnon’s famous Derby Day, finds the master of light music in top form, although the competition is tough from
g works created by talented composers from near and far. In the world of music you do not have to be a native to express the beauty in a favourite location: the saying "the onlooker sees
 s conductors, composers or arrangers – and occasionally as all three. Like the two previous CDs in this series (GLCD 5120 & 5124), in order to qualify for inclusion in any kind of Hall of F
929, and ending with the outbreak of the Second World War. Radio was gradually becoming common in the home, and weekly visits to the cinema (now that they 'talked') helped to relieve
g publishers who established libraries of recorded music to satisfy the requirements of radio, television and film producers, with special emphasis on the needs of cinema newsreels and d
 rded music the long playing record - with the added benefit of stereophonic sound - was overtaking the single disc as the preferred choice for most music lovers' collections. The idea of a
ee the notes they are required to play in some arrangements. Yet often the most glorious sounds an orchestra can make are created in the string section, and the likes of David Rose (his
  st without it: most of the glorious melodies associated with Latin America have rhythm as an essential ingredient, and it is easy to understand how it swept the world in the middle years o
  at a considerable number of music lovers retain a special affection for music mainly from the inter-war years of the 20th century, and this was a time when theatres and cinemas employe
 the wide variety of styles on offer in this collection will raise some serious doubts. No two people would probably ever agree on the exact boundaries of the genre, which is in itself an indi
ection he might have to change his mind, because the melodies on offer here would surely never sound so appealing without the magic woven in the glorious arrangements. Some are bo
ntury. The somewhat genteel world in which many composers involved in the genre were living was shattered when World War 2 broke out in September 1939. Although their style of mus
 as insurmountable as some people seem to imagine; secondly to illustrate that many composers, who may usually be associated with more serious works, also had their lighter moments
    groups or small ensembles which bear their name. Occasionally there are the unsung heroes whose work in orchestras often goes unnoticed, although they would surely be missed if th
  y broadcasting organisations before the advent of audio tape. The majority of these discs were destroyed after use, and those that have survived (mostly in private collections) are of hist
  equally apply to an assortment of pieces in different styles, conveying a variety of moods and emotions. In other words, almost a haphazard collection of tunes with no particular theme, e
ailable once again those recordings which have been neglected for far too long, and are no longer available from other sources. Famous composers of symphonies, marches, jazz and jus
 ticularly valuable, and this collection (and the companion Volume 2 on GLCD5178) includes examples of occasions when composers willingly picked up the baton. Lighter works tend to p
gnificant work for British cinema of the 1930s. When Sir Arthur Bliss composed the music for the film of H.G. Wells’ 1933 novel "The Shape Of Things To Come” it proved to be the most im
   thus sang Frank Sinatra to Sammy Cahn’s perceptive words in 1960, although many believe the sentiments originated with playwright George Bernard Shaw. Love provides such strong
d by some of the finest composers. They will surely not be disappointed with this latest mixture of the familiar and less well known, with a few taken from television, stage and screen. The
  ies (GLCD5174) which cast its net fairly wide and featured a dozen or so different orchestras. Such was the enthusiasm from fellow collectors offering their own treasured recordings that
  sic actually lie. The repertoire covered in this collection would certainly provide food for some serious arguments, but does it really matter? If music is enjoyable, then why do some peopl
   riches to be found in the recorded music libraries (now usually called production music) operated by leading London publishers. The opportunity has also been taken to widen the scope
 ded that was never intended to be purchased by the public to add to their private collections. It was offered to radio stations around the world, but some other uses included educational p
sers who know how to tear at our nostalgic heartstrings. Both categories can be found in abundance in this collection, which offers tasteful orchestral settings of some of the best known ca
 ion will eventually appear. In the case of "Light Music While You Work" this is the third compilation from the Decca series of 78s issued in the 1940s, providing a companion volume to GL
 r from frivolous because it features delightful melodies by some of the finest composers of the last century. Names such as Leroy Anderson, Cyril Watters, Angela Morley, Clive Richardso
d. But without the skill of the arranger, the glorious sounds that any musical ensemble can create might never emerge. The arrival of the LP around 1950 ushered in a period when top arra
orchestra also get their opportunity to shine. That immensely talented American composer Leroy Anderson sets the tone with his landmark Belle Of The Ball, leaving the equally gifted Da
ued in 2007 on GLCD5132. Previously the intention was to create the impression of melodies reminiscent of various countries, often as perceived by musicians far distant from those fore
y known only by his surname. He heads a roster of fine orchestras from the USA, including Frederick Fennell, Pete King, David Rose, Richard Hayman, Les Baxter, Xavier Cugat, Percy F
 val of stereo had offered. Instead the new medium was employed in demonstrating that the extra sound channel sometimes allowed the listener to hear the more delicate nuances that ha
music fraternity. Their special gifts of being able to transform often simple melodies into masterpieces of orchestration are largely taken for granted by the general public. Once again we h
 ook a different view – the opening track – Thunder and Lightning Polka - being a good example! Sometimes the word ‘nature’ means anything about our planet which is non-human, so th
   so long ago it was heard regularly on radio stations around the world. Some broadcasters may no longer realise just how much their listeners would like to hear this kind of pleasant, eas
 s simply a term that meant it was enjoyed by millions. Light Music is tuneful music, you hear the melody and you feel better for it. Although the world was blighted by war, the 1940s never
 ling in millions. But for a while 78 and 45rpm singles still dominated the market, and Light Music featured regularly in the lists of latest releases from the record companies. New names su
musicians to perform the music, meant that the resulting high quality was recognised and appreciated throughout the world. Names such as Robert Farnon, George Melachrino, Mantovan
hestras as well. Among the giants were Andre Kostelanetz, Percy Faith, Leroy Anderson, David Rose and Morton Gould; but many others were present on the scene as well, sometimes e
hissy’ and ‘tinny’ - provided that you owned a reasonable gramophone on which to play them. Light music was thriving, not only through the afore-mentioned modern miracles, but also at
  mposers working in light music. Much of it was performed by the legendary Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra, and for the first few years it was Charles Williams who waved the baton. He also
ential ingredient to accompany the silent flickering images on screen: the music also helped to drown out the clutter of some noisy film projectors! During the period up to World War II larg
ed requirements of the movie industry. Light music has usually been the preferred choice of producers and directors, and by the 1940s it is true to say that this genre had developed into it
pact discs. However he still has thousands of loyal fans, and they are aware that there are many recordings that have failed to emerge from the dusty vaults of the recording companies - s
 names such as Nelson Riddle, Robert Farnon, Hugo Winterhalter and Ron Goodwin were familiar around the world. There were also some fine orchestras on the Continent of Europe, as
s sure to provide a pleasing antidote to the stresses and strains of life today. It is good to be cheered up with bright and rhythmic music sometimes, but we all need those special periods w
ompositions by Mantovani himself, plus rare items such as two numbers he recorded for Decca's wartime "Music While You Work" series, and a tuneful selection from a long-forgotten sho
porarily forgotten, although the contents of this CD should rekindle some pleasant reminders - as did the first American collection on Guild GLCD5105. Younger music lovers now have the
  usic Libraries specifically for use by the entertainment industry. The general public were usually politely, but firmly, refused if they dared to attempt to purchase this tuneful repertoire. Now
   the USA. Henry Hall, Debroy Somers and Sidney Torch join Harry Horlick, Barnabas von Geczy, Marek Weber, Edith Lorand and many others to provide a genuine 'snapshot' of a fascin
be readily discovered through many of the exhilarating tracks in this collection. Names such as Eric Coates, Archibald Joyce, Ronald Binge, Leroy Anderson and A.W. Ketelbey confirm th
 to the general public. Therefore music lovers are deprived on two counts, until new pairs of eyes and ears come along to rediscover the riches previously consigned to distant memory. Ha
ndustry as a whole offered a wealth of tuneful music that still appeals today. As each year passes, more of these treasures from the past fall into the public domain - long after the compan
as their importance gradually waned during the 1930s, and they had virtually disappeared by the time that the Second World War broke out in 1939. Although theatre orchestras have con
  public profile enjoyed by Coates may have eclipsed the considerable achievements of Haydn Wood, but it cannot be denied that the man who created Roses of Picardy deserves to be re
as their importance gradually waned during the 1930s, and they had virtually disappeared by the time that the Second World War broke out in 1939. Although theatre orchestras have con
s. His melodies were so finely crafted that it is hardly surprising that all of the top arrangers and orchestras were attracted to his music, and some of the very best recordings from around h
by their peers. The featured composer is Leonard Trebilco, more familiar to music lovers as 'Trevor Duncan' - the man responsible for the original "Dr. Finlay's Casebook" music. For the f
ut equally enjoyable are the bright and breezy contributions by the likes of Robert Farnon, Bruce Campbell, Edward White, Ray Martin and Charles Williams. Some of these melodies will
dual soloists will demonstrate their abilities. This collection focuses on some enjoyable melodies where the overall tone of the piece is greatly enhanced by a particular instrument - occasio
 y his creations to the full, but hopefully the glorious arrangements created for the fine orchestras in this collection will quickly dispel any such notions. His trademark was sophistication, an
 tories often played records on their own loudspeaker systems. Recognising the need for a series of discs offering catchy, tuneful music, in 1942 Decca started releasing 78s on a special
 ers chosen for this collection. Rather than go for equality, with each colour of the rainbow assuming its rightful place, the choice has been made purely on musical merit, which means tha
  ous names such as Laurie Johnson, Ray Martin, Johnny Gregory and Geoff Love for the short-lived British company Polygon.
  k Beaver, Len Stevens, Wally Stott and Sidney Torch excelled in creating three minute cameos in this style, and the CD opens with the famous ITN theme, appropriately called "Non Stop
 s of the last century have been created by talented composers fortunate to live in the idyllic surroundings they extolled in their songs. This mixture of both original and inspirational music i
   gorgeous arrangements and original compositions. With names such as Robert Farnon, Ron Goodwin, David Rose, Johnny Douglas, Philip Green, Percy Faith, Laurie Johnson, Stanley
  arity of radio, brought melodic and tuneful music into the homes of millions. Jazz also made its influence felt, with composers such as Eric Coates embracing its infectious rhythms. The e
de revealing a renaissance of light music, thanks to the demands of the new long playing records and the ability of fresh composers and arrangers to exploit exciting new ideas offered by
 thinking that this would result in a rather predictable sequence of similar-sounding pieces was soon proved wrong. Talented composers and imaginative arrangers can transform any tune
  de uplifting non-stop music to factory workers during the Second World War, and Decca launched a series of 78s (eventually numbering almost 400 before the final ones were issued in J
all these elements in their creations – often in popular songs (such as our opening number April in Paris) and also in reflective, thoughtful works (Victor Young’s In a November Garden an
 second volume will follow shortly. A special feature this time is the inclusion of some rare recordings of BBC orchestras, and particularly welcome will be the opening themes for the much
 weet”; this offers five brief pieces from production music libraries by leading composers which each became familiar through their frequent use particularly in radio and television around f
 en ‘Globetrotting’ has become a pastime for millions, and the music has taken on the additional role of providing pleasant memories of past visits, both near and far from home. Our journe
 o the post-war misery and austerity that was still afflicting so many countries. Listening to these happy sounds one can be forgiven for forgetting that the early 1950s witnessed rationing a
  d measure. A more accurate title would be 'non-human antics', but please accept our good intentions in allowing human composers to pay tribute to those creatures on our planet that are
  y offerings from the production music libraries which would have been heard on numerous occasions on radio, television and films during the middle years of the last century. Among man
  ture for their inspiration, and some of the world's most beautiful melodies have been created as a result. The works of well-known Light Music composers such as Ernest Tomlinson, Trev
 of the exciting and tuneful melodies on offer. There are also some treats from lesser known - but equally talented - orchestras under the batons of Kermit Leslie, Guy Luypaerts, Alfonzo D
  ight Music is that it often happily strays into other areas of music making, which in turn brings added benefits in the form of new styles and ideas which provide the stimulus for future deve
 atiable appetite for words and music, which the entertainment moguls of the day did their best to satisfy. There must have been thousands of tunesmiths churning out melodies in the hop
  arrangement by Angela Morley, but the worlds of radio and television are also well represented alongside the cinema and musical theatre. Other composers who excelled at this type of m
 orld. The number of different orchestras featured exceeds 200 and more than 400 composers have had their works offered to a new and appreciative audience. The first Guild CDs receiv
  ed in television nostalgia. It is a response to the inclusion of Scherzetto for Children in the "Childhood Memories – Volume 2" CD (GLCD 5144). This was the piece commissioned by the
ow to link pictures on screen with recorded sound, numerous musicians were employed to provide an accompaniment to the flickering images, helping to lull the audience into the right fra
Town Tonight – The 1930s Volume 2" - GLCD 5116), two decades were to pass before record companies felt the time was right to persuade the public to buy the necessary equipment. M
 ight Music CD now includes compositions specifically requested by enthusiasts around the world, and music lovers in Britain, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the USA will all be hear
se from collectors has clearly indicated a desire for more. This time the selection is even more exciting, because it has been possible to include some recordings from the early days of ste
  lvi plus, from the other side of the Atlantic, Don Gillis, Florian Zabach, George Cates and Pépé Gonzalez (a pseudonym for an unidentified classical conductor from South America). Guild
s there are some classics of Light Music, so you won't be surprised to find a major Eric Coates 'Phantasy' - "The Three Bears", and pieces by the likes of Clive Richardson, Angela Morley
 rlin's "There's No Business Like Show Business" as a great show business anthem, and it sets the scene for many examples of outstanding melodies from films and the stage. Performan
ers adapted their styles to take full advantage of this leap in the technology of sound reproduction, as already demonstrated in the recent Guild CD "Strings And Things Go Stereo!” GLCD
  light music in top form, although the competition is tough from the likes of Percy Faith, Helmut Zacharias, Florian ZaBach, Richard Hayman, Frank Chacksfield, Ray Martin, Acquaviva, Fr
 beauty in a favourite location: the saying "the onlooker sees more of the game” sums it all up quite well. The first four tracks visit the home countries of the British Isles, before setting out
   5124), in order to qualify for inclusion in any kind of Hall of Fame there is a pre-requisite that recognition should already have been given for outstanding achievement. The Guild "Golden
 y visits to the cinema (now that they 'talked') helped to relieve the gloom. Gramophone records slumped badly from their peak sales at the end of the 1920s, but fortunately new recording
  h special emphasis on the needs of cinema newsreels and documentary film makers. Although some recognised composers were prepared to venture into these new areas, it soon beca
 erred choice for most music lovers' collections. The idea of around forty minutes of music dedicated to a certain theme had a strong appeal and the 'concept album' gradually evolved. Th
created in the string section, and the likes of David Rose (his Holiday for Strings made pizzicato so popular) have ensured that fresh ideas keep appearing as young musicians explore the
sy to understand how it swept the world in the middle years of the 20th century. Even the more sedate ballrooms of Europe from a much earlier period succumbed to the allure of ‘new’ se
ury, and this was a time when theatres and cinemas employed many musicians in their ‘house’ orchestras. Many became known through their broadcasts and recordings, and these ensem
on the exact boundaries of the genre, which is in itself an indication of how far it stretches across other musical styles. So within the 79 minutes of music on this CD you will find works orig
 the magic woven in the glorious arrangements. Some are both arranged and composed by the same talented musician, such as the opening track Melody Fair, by that master of Light Mu
ar 2 broke out in September 1939. Although their style of music would still be appreciated, it had to compete with other developments which would invigorate what some believed was a fa
ated with more serious works, also had their lighter moments; and thirdly to offer several examples of the tasteful way in which arrangers of the 20th century adapted the classics to make
n goes unnoticed, although they would surely be missed if they suddenly disappeared. Among the talented pianists spotlighted are famous names such as George Shearing, Semprini, W
 e that have survived (mostly in private collections) are of historical importance. This CD includes rare, long forgotten performances by the likes of Sidney Torch, David Rose, Percy Faith a
 st a haphazard collection of tunes with no particular theme, except perhaps that they are all a little different. During the compilation of Guild Light Music CDs we sometimes come across e
es. Famous composers of symphonies, marches, jazz and just about everything in-between can be found in this varied selection, mainly from the inter-war years, which surely qualifies for
mposers willingly picked up the baton. Lighter works tend to predominate in this volume, starting with the landmark recording that helped to launch Ron Goodwin’s illustrious career. He wo
  l "The Shape Of Things To Come” it proved to be the most important score provided up to that time for a British film. When the film appeared, the music was widely acclaimed and Bliss re
  laywright George Bernard Shaw. Love provides such strong inspiration for all kinds of creative people that few can resist expressing it in words and music, as witnessed in this collection
 own, with a few taken from television, stage and screen. The title gives a good indication of the general mood, but several slower pieces also help to create welcome contrasts. The CD en
   fellow collectors offering their own treasured recordings that it soon became clear that another CD in a similar vein had to be compiled. The important repertoire suddenly (and surprising
really matter? If music is enjoyable, then why do some people get so uptight about labels? At Guild we simply want to offer a varied selection that is pleasing upon a first encounter, and c
ers. The opportunity has also been taken to widen the scope of music covered, because the talented composers who produced this specialised music catered for every kind of mood. The
 round the world, but some other uses included educational projects and the entertainment of the armed forces. Percy Faith, Mantovani and Sidney Torch were among those very active in
 ffers tasteful orchestral settings of some of the best known carols from various countries alongside the catchy novelties that make Christmas such a happy time of the year. In the hands o
 8s issued in the 1940s, providing a companion volume to GLCD5128 and 5137. These recordings were issued in response to a need for enjoyable, yet undemanding, music to be played
eroy Anderson, Cyril Watters, Angela Morley, Clive Richardson and Laurie Johnson are evidence of the pedigree of the composers. And the presence of conductors like Clebanoff, Sidney
rival of the LP around 1950 ushered in a period when top arrangers would find themselves in demand from the light music conductors whose albums were to prove so popular. Many cond
  his landmark Belle Of The Ball, leaving the equally gifted David Rose to complete a selection of 28 light music cameos with an extended version of his famous Holiday For Strings. Rose
s, often as perceived by musicians far distant from those foreign shores. This time all the tracks are played by orchestras resident in Europe, and there are examples of them performing s
  d Rose, Richard Hayman, Les Baxter, Xavier Cugat, Percy Faith and Paul Weston. But British orchestras are also well represented with great performances from two ‘Cyrils’ - Stapleton a
allowed the listener to hear the more delicate nuances that had previously been difficult to detect among the wall of sound fighting to emerge through just one loudspeaker. Light orchestra
  ely taken for granted by the general public. Once again we hear some fine examples of this particular art from the likes of Conrad Salinger, Angela Morley, David Rose, Percy Faith, Nels
   means anything about our planet which is non-human, so this automatically encompasses the animal world, in all its myriad of forms. In total this offers many opportunities for composers
  ch their listeners would like to hear this kind of pleasant, easy-on-the-ear music, but thankfully record companies like Guild are aware that Light Music is currently enjoying a revival. This
  r it. Although the world was blighted by war, the 1940s nevertheless managed to produce an amazing outpouring of many musical styles. In retrospect it can be seen that Light Music was
 of latest releases from the record companies. New names such as Ray Martin and Ron Goodwin emerged to challenge the past masters, but there was plenty of room for everyone and th
  ames such as Robert Farnon, George Melachrino, Mantovani, Stanley Black and Sidney Torch became familiar through their regular broadcasts and new releases, but they were not alon
 many others were present on the scene as well, sometimes enjoying considerable chart success – Hugo Winterhalter and Monty Kelly being just two examples. Radio had been a big influ
 ly through the afore-mentioned modern miracles, but also at the seaside, in public parks and in theatres throughout the land where ensembles, large and small, were in their hey-day. The
w years it was Charles Williams who waved the baton. He also wrote a wide variety of works to cover the needs of films, radio and particularly wartime newsreels. But there was also plenty
noisy film projectors! During the period up to World War II large orchestras were expected in the top theatres, and even in cinemas the orchestras managed to survive for some years after
 he 1940s it is true to say that this genre had developed into its own art form. As well as writing new material closely allied to the action on screen, composers were often asked to make fre
   emerge from the dusty vaults of the recording companies - so far. Guild Music has responded to specific requests from Mantovani’s admirers, and this collection contains the numbers th
 ere also some fine orchestras on the Continent of Europe, as this wide-ranging selection confirms.
mic music sometimes, but we all need those special periods when we can unwind in tranquility.
Work" series, and a tuneful selection from a long-forgotten show "Song of Norway", featuring the melodies of Edvard Grieg. Special mention should also be made of "Concerto in Jazz" com
  on on Guild GLCD5105. Younger music lovers now have the opportunity to discover why recordings by the likes of David Rose, Andre Kostelanetz, Percy Faith, Morton Gould, Victor You
 they dared to attempt to purchase this tuneful repertoire. Now Guild Light Music has dusted off some priceless gems in the Bosworth catalogue, featuring many of the top composers from
 d and many others to provide a genuine 'snapshot' of a fascinating musical era. There is also a long-forgotten Ray Noble medley from the show "Mr Whittington" - part of which was record
 Ronald Binge, Leroy Anderson and A.W. Ketelbey confirm that genuine musical appreciation recognises no prejudiced boundaries. The music on this CD should therefore both surprise a
 scover the riches previously consigned to distant memory. Happily such treasures are still around, if one knows where to search for them, and it is hoped that every track in this collection
 m the past fall into the public domain - long after the companies who made the original recordings have chosen to neglect them. Fortunately the finest examples from this fertile period can
 War broke out in 1939. Although theatre orchestras have continued to exist (usually for musicals), today they are often a pale imitation of the fine ensembles that preceded them. This sec
 that the man who created Roses of Picardy deserves to be remembered for so much more. Many people will be surprised at Haydn Wood's versatility as revealed in this choice of his imp
 War broke out in 1939. Although theatre orchestras have continued to exist (usually for musicals), today they are often a pale imitation of the fine ensembles that preceded them. This sec
 is music, and some of the very best recordings from around half a century ago are featured on this CD. With names such as Percy Faith, Mantovani, David Rose, Andre Kostelanetz, Stan
  sible for the original "Dr. Finlay's Casebook" music. For the first time his famous Grand Vista - the fanfare once used by Pearl & Dean in British cinemas - is available on commercial relea
ay Martin and Charles Williams. Some of these melodies will be familiar to those whose schooldays were in the middle of the last century, when instantly appealing tunes such as these we
  piece is greatly enhanced by a particular instrument - occasionally with more than one playing in unison. The piano and brass are often called upon in this capacity, but less familiar solois
 dispel any such notions. His trademark was sophistication, and sometimes his ideas were slightly ahead of what was considered acceptable at the time, with tunes such as 'Love For Sale
 eful music, in 1942 Decca started releasing 78s on a special 'Music While You Work' label, and many of these contained light music. A selection has been chosen for this CD, with popula
 ce has been made purely on musical merit, which means that there are some surprising omissions - green, for instance. Against this there are quite a few pleasant surprises in store plus

ns with the famous ITN theme, appropriately called "Non Stop".
  songs. This mixture of both original and inspirational music is performed by a variety of orchestras from Britain, America and Europe, providing a truly cosmopolitan tribute to a continent
 Douglas, Philip Green, Percy Faith, Laurie Johnson, Stanley Black, Gordon Jenkins, Sidney Torch, Ray Martin, Frank Cordell and Frank Chacksfield weaving their own magic spells, the r
 such as Eric Coates embracing its infectious rhythms. The entertainment industry felt the need to keep people happy, despite the misery created by the stock market crash in 1929 and th
 osers and arrangers to exploit exciting new ideas offered by the marvel of high-fidelity sound. Stereo would later add a further dimension, but the inventive creations as the mono-only era
 omposers and imaginative arrangers can transform any tune into something special, no matter what kind of basic rhythm it may possess. Eric Coates once famously said that his marche
  numbering almost 400 before the final ones were issued in January 1947) that could also be played in factories when suitable radio programmes were not being broadcast. The repertoir
 , thoughtful works (Victor Young’s In a November Garden and Winter by Horace Shepherd are prime examples).
particularly welcome will be the opening themes for the much-missed Light Programme, and the signature tune for the ‘Countryside’ series.
 heir frequent use particularly in radio and television around fifty years ago - one of them is still regularly heard today. The second feature is a collection of four moody, serious works entitl
mories of past visits, both near and far from home. Our journey begins in Europe then circumnavigates the globe from west to east, stopping en route at various destinations that have pro
given for forgetting that the early 1950s witnessed rationing and shortages of most luxury items. Of particular interest are examples of light music featuring the young Bert Kaempfert, Fran
 posers to pay tribute to those creatures on our planet that are genetically different from us. The collection opens with a stunning number by Bernie Wayne who gained international appro
  films during the middle years of the last century. Among many tracks now available for the first time on commercial release, a rarity from the 1950s is Fred Hartley's Scherzetto for Childre
 own Light Music composers such as Ernest Tomlinson, Trevor Duncan, Robert Farnon and Charles Williams sit comfortably alongside melodious contributions from some less familiar wr
s under the batons of Kermit Leslie, Guy Luypaerts, Alfonzo D'Artega, Eric Rogers, Emile Deltour, George Tzipine, Jackie Brown, Bernie Wayne, Richard Hayman, Frank Perkins and Dav
ew styles and ideas which provide the stimulus for future development. The brass and military bands featured in this collection frequently showcase playing of the highest order: if you requ
en thousands of tunesmiths churning out melodies in the hope of attracting attention from a public always eager for more, but not all of them were gifted enough to be able to compose mu
usical theatre. Other composers who excelled at this type of music include Ivor Slaney, Nacio Herb Brown, Jack Beaver, Eric Rogers, Jack Strachey, Robert Farnon, Sidney Torch, Peter Y
  a new and appreciative audience. The first Guild CDs received a warm welcome from music critics: writing in The Independent, Rob Cowan summed up his complimentary review with th
  CD (GLCD 5144). This was the piece commissioned by the BBC in the early 1950s as a prelude to children's TV programmes each day. A similar work depicting the music of the four cou
 lickering images, helping to lull the audience into the right frame of mind, although it has been suggested that another motive was to smother the sound made by the noisy film projectors.
 ht to persuade the public to buy the necessary equipment. Mantovani's first stereo album sold over one million copies, and other famous conductors such as George Melachrino, Nelson
  Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the USA will all be hearing their special favourites in this collection. The final two tracks are a bonus for those who still remember when "The Phantom
 ossible to include some recordings from the early days of stereo, which have now fallen into the public domain. Among the finest exponents of this kind of music you’ll discover George M
 n unidentified classical conductor from South America). Guild ‘regulars’ are also out in force, with Frank Chacksfield, Ray Martin, Clive Richardson, Trevor Duncan and Angela Morley rep
 , and pieces by the likes of Clive Richardson, Angela Morley (Wally Stott) and Ray Martin. Lesser known composers incude Horace Dann (his unfairly neglected "Worester Beacon") and
  of outstanding melodies from films and the stage. Performances by top orchestras such as Wally Stott, Percy Faith, Andre Kostelanetz, George Melachrino and David Rose testify to the
n the recent Guild CD "Strings And Things Go Stereo!” GLCD 5153. In this collection there are further examples of superb performances from the orchestras of George Melachrino, Nelso
chard Hayman, Frank Chacksfield, Ray Martin, Acquaviva, Frank Cordell, Mishel Piastro, David Rose and Sidney Torch. Among some special gems are the Gérard Calvi instrumental whi
 isit the home countries of the British Isles, before setting out for a varied selection of melodies either created in the places they salute, or else written and performed from far away as tribu
e been given for outstanding achievement. The Guild "Golden Age of Light Music” series is compiled by enthusiasts who understand that keen collectors probably already have many of th
k sales at the end of the 1920s, but fortunately new recordings were still being made and light music (partly through its wide use in broadcasting) regularly featured on the lists of new rele
  were prepared to venture into these new areas, it soon became apparent that special skills were required to produce just the right works, and a new breed of talented writers emerged. Am
 strong appeal and the 'concept album' gradually evolved. Those recordings - particularly the collections labelled 'light orchestral' or 'easy listening' - contained a wealth of beautiful sounds
  t fresh ideas keep appearing as young musicians explore the full possibilities of the instruments. The title track Highly Strung was composed by a leading violinist, so maybe he knew a th
om a much earlier period succumbed to the allure of ‘new’ sensations such as waltzes, which were regarded with suspicion when they first invaded the dance floor. Tastes may change, b
 wn through their broadcasts and recordings, and these ensembles offered record buyers a wide choice of light music from leading composers in Europe and America, as well as nearer h
 in the 79 minutes of music on this CD you will find works originally created for light orchestras in the concert hall rubbing shoulders with popular melodies from other fields, given a fresh a
  as the opening track Melody Fair, by that master of Light Music, Robert Farnon, and Mine At Last by the very talented, but lesser-known, Otto Cesana. Other memorable tunes have bene
  pments which would invigorate what some believed was a fading niche of the music scene. A fresh impetus was provided by the likes of David Rose, George Melachrino, Percy Faith, Sid
h arrangers of the 20th century adapted the classics to make them more instantly appealing to their audience. For many years such ‘tampering with the classics’ was banned by the BBC i
 d are famous names such as George Shearing, Semprini, Winifred Atwell and Roger Williams, together with some remembered from earlier times, including Billy Mayerl, Carroll Gibbons
  nces by the likes of Sidney Torch, David Rose, Percy Faith and George Melachrino. They were recorded by names familiar within broadcasting circles such as the BBC, Standard, World
  ation of Guild Light Music CDs we sometimes come across enjoyable pieces of music which simply don’t fit in with particular projects, and once more it is time to dust off some precious d
 on, mainly from the inter-war years, which surely qualifies for the adjective ‘eclectic’. If anyone still needs convincing that the general term ‘Light Music’ covers a wide variety of styles and
 hat helped to launch Ron Goodwin’s illustrious career. He would soon gain recognition internationally, alongside other big names such as Percy Faith, David Rose, Morton Gould, Leroy A
 e film appeared, the music was widely acclaimed and Bliss recorded part of the score for commercial release on Decca, but he did not include the famous ‘March’. This omission was fina
 ressing it in words and music, as witnessed in this collection that should mist up the bifocals of those whom Sinatra was originally serenading. Hopefully it will also appeal to a younger ge
 wer pieces also help to create welcome contrasts. The CD ends with one of the finest suites of light music to come from Germany – Ernst Fischer’s superb “South Of The Alps” inspired b
  compiled. The important repertoire suddenly (and surprisingly) made available dictated that the spotlight should this time fall on just three major conductors - Percy Faith, Mantovani and
varied selection that is pleasing upon a first encounter, and can become increasingly rewarding when it becomes better known, like a good friend. And ‘friend’ is a good clue to the reperto
ed this specialised music catered for every kind of mood. The catalogues issued by the publishers often included sections identifying different styles of music. This assisted professional us
Mantovani and Sidney Torch were among those very active in this specialised niche of the music business, and on this occasion Mantovani and David Rose provide the opening and closin
make Christmas such a happy time of the year. In the hands of the top arrangers and orchestras assembled on this CD, there is every chance that the discerning listener will discover som
o a need for enjoyable, yet undemanding, music to be played over loudspeakers to factory workers, especially those directly involved in the war effort such as the manufacture of munition
 osers. And the presence of conductors like Clebanoff, Sidney Torch, David Rose, Robert Farnon, Frank Cordell, Glenn Osser, Cyril Stapleton and Henry Mancini confirms that the music i
nductors whose albums were to prove so popular. Many conductors could also arrange, and they developed styles that made them instantly recognisable to their admirers. This collection
 n extended version of his famous Holiday For Strings. Rose is widely credited as the man who injected short, bright pieces of instrumental music with an infectious string sound in the 194
 dent in Europe, and there are examples of them performing some standard works from the light music repertoire, as well as pieces more closely associated with their homelands. Two of t
sented with great performances from two ‘Cyrils’ - Stapleton and Ornadel, plus Ray Martin, Robert Farnon, Norrie Paramor, Tony Osborne and Charles Williams. Not to be outdone, from
  ting to emerge through just one loudspeaker. Light orchestras certainly benefitted from the opportunities that stereo offered, and there are many fine examples in this collection. With cond
nrad Salinger, Angela Morley, David Rose, Percy Faith, Nelson Riddle, Frank Cordell, Ray Martin and Robert Farnon. Also getting their fair share of the limelight are some who were only
of forms. In total this offers many opportunities for composers to give their creative juices full rein, which explains why “Nature’s Realm” is certainly much more varied, and hopefully excitin
 e aware that Light Music is currently enjoying a revival. This CD is intended as a ‘taster’ to illustrate the different styles that will be found in this new series, featuring many of the great com
usical styles. In retrospect it can be seen that Light Music was at the crossroads: would the genteel sounds of the early years of the 20th century be swept away by a brash tide of mediocr
ast masters, but there was plenty of room for everyone and the record-buying public were the main beneficiaries. This third CD in Guild's new Light Music series provides a ‘snapshot’ of a
  regular broadcasts and new releases, but they were not alone in ‘flying the flag’ for light music, as all the other writers, arrangers and conductors featured in this collection will readily pro
 nty Kelly being just two examples. Radio had been a big influence since the 1930s, but the popularity of the long-playing record in the 1950s ensured that music lovers would continue to
where ensembles, large and small, were in their hey-day. The record companies reflected this wide diversity of musical choice, and the recordings in this collection offer many contrasting
 and particularly wartime newsreels. But there was also plenty of other tuneful music committed to 78s, as this collection spanning the years 1942 to 1945 surely proves.
emas the orchestras managed to survive for some years after the ‘talkies’ had arrived. Many cinemas also boasted a resident organist, occasionally alongside the orchestras. This CD rem
 e action on screen, composers were often asked to make fresh arrangements of well-known melodies - especially in film musicals. The result has been that a vast amount of recorded ma
 ovani’s admirers, and this collection contains the numbers that they have particularly wanted to acquire on CD. So it can honestly be stated that this compilation is exactly what the fans h


ecial mention should also be made of "Concerto in Jazz" composed by Donald Phillips, an unfairly neglected piece by a very talented writer who is better known for his "Skyscraper Fanta
se, Andre Kostelanetz, Percy Faith, Morton Gould, Victor Young, Nelson Riddle - and so many others brought enjoyment to countless millions during the middle years of the 20th century.
osworth catalogue, featuring many of the top composers from around 50 years ago.
 ley from the show "Mr Whittington" - part of which was recorded in experimental stereo back in 1934. This rare item is included as a 'bonus' track.
daries. The music on this CD should therefore both surprise and delight the discerning listener.
 ch for them, and it is hoped that every track in this collection will be welcomed back.
 m. Fortunately the finest examples from this fertile period can be made to sound even better today, thanks to great advances in digital sound restoration.
  imitation of the fine ensembles that preceded them. This second collection from the 1920s and 1930s reveals the wide repertoire that was expertly performed in those far-off times.
Haydn Wood's versatility as revealed in this choice of his impressive music, and it is good to hear three works conducted by the composer himself.
  imitation of the fine ensembles that preceded them. This second collection from the 1920s and 1930s reveals the wide repertoire that was expertly performed in those far-off times.
Percy Faith, Mantovani, David Rose, Andre Kostelanetz, Stanley Black, Robert Farnon, Morton Gould and Rodgers himself waving the baton, the quality of this collection speaks for itself.
   & Dean in British cinemas - is available on commercial release.
 ast century, when instantly appealing tunes such as these were heard frequently on the radio and in early television programmes.
s are often called upon in this capacity, but less familiar soloists (such as the xylophone, musette, harmonica, tuba - and even the theatre organ) also take centre stage.
 ed acceptable at the time, with tunes such as 'Love For Sale' raising many eyebrows in the 1930s. No longer do we need any hidden meanings in order to appreciate his beautifully crafte
  music. A selection has been chosen for this CD, with popular orchestral and show music appearing alongside some true light music 'classics'.
nst this there are quite a few pleasant surprises in store plus - as usual on most Guild Light Music CDs - some first appearances on commercial recordings.


  Europe, providing a truly cosmopolitan tribute to a continent which never ceases to lure and embrace travellers from all over the world.
  and Frank Chacksfield weaving their own magic spells, the results just had to be magical.
e the misery created by the stock market crash in 1929 and the great depression that ensued.
 r dimension, but the inventive creations as the mono-only era came to an end are often quite stunning.
 ay possess. Eric Coates once famously said that his marches weren't intended for marching, and his waltzes weren't intended for waltzing, and many other musicians clearly take the sam
 e radio programmes were not being broadcast. The repertoire contained popular tunes of the day, interspersed with show and film selections plus light classics and instrumental novelties


 ond feature is a collection of four moody, serious works entitled "Drama, Menace and Excitement”, with the final track being the closing music for the first two series of the BBC’s famous "
  east, stopping en route at various destinations that have provided inspiration for composers over the years. This makes a fine companion album to ‘Continental Flavour’ (GLCD 5132).
mples of light music featuring the young Bert Kaempfert, Franck Pourcel, Cyril Ornadel and Mahlon Merrick alongside established favourites such as Ray Martin, Robert Farnon and Sidne
ng number by Bernie Wayne who gained international approval for hits such as "Vanessa" and "Veradero". Quite why his "Dance of the Little Pink Horse" isn't better known must remain a
a rarity from the 1950s is Fred Hartley's Scherzetto for Children which used to introduce special programmes on BBC Television for the youngsters every day.
alongside melodious contributions from some less familiar writers like Mahlon Merrick, Gideon Fagan and Bruce Campbell - making this the perfect collection for those moments when soo
wn, Bernie Wayne, Richard Hayman, Frank Perkins and David Carroll to provide added zest and many pleasant surprises along the way. This is truly a feast of memorable performances
  frequently showcase playing of the highest order: if you require confirmation just listen to Sir Dan Godfrey's brilliant arrangement of Borodin's "Prince Igor" Dances, where the musicians
 not all of them were gifted enough to be able to compose music that is still enjoyed many years after their lifetimes. Guild has previously saluted Richard Rodgers (GLCD5123) and Cole P
Rogers, Jack Strachey, Robert Farnon, Sidney Torch, Peter Yorke and Edward White. Many of the works made their debut in the recorded music libraries of leading London music publish
 nt, Rob Cowan summed up his complimentary review with the words: "This is the real thing with a vengeance!" As the series has progressed new releases have widened the original sco
 s each day. A similar work depicting the music of the four countries of the British Isles – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – was heard every evening. Max Saunders was th
 was to smother the sound made by the noisy film projectors. Whatever the true reasons, by the time films started talking towards the end of the 1920s a musical accompaniment was dee
 her famous conductors such as George Melachrino, Nelson Riddle, Robert Farnon, Morton Gould, Frank Cordell, David Carroll, Richard Hayman, Norrie Paramor and Les Baxter (all feat
 are a bonus for those who still remember when "The Phantom Raspberry Blower Of Old London Town" (a Jack the Ripper pastiche) was an eight-week comic serial as part of the hugely
nest exponents of this kind of music you’ll discover George Melachrino, Frank Cordell, Robert Farnon, Frank Chacksfield, Sidney Torch, Ron Goodwin and Angela Morley alongside Amer
 rtin, Clive Richardson, Trevor Duncan and Angela Morley represented in fine compositions that will delight light music purists. There are also some much requested gems from Kermit Les
Horace Dann (his unfairly neglected "Worester Beacon") and Cecil Milner, who arranged for many top conductors from Charles Williams to Mantovani.
ostelanetz, George Melachrino and David Rose testify to the creative genius of all the composers involved. The finale offers a suite from the largely forgotten film "Since You Went Away",
  formances from the orchestras of George Melachrino, Nelson Riddle, Angela Morley, Robert Farnon, Percy Faith, Morton Gould, Les Baxter, David Carroll – and even the London Symph
 ng some special gems are the Gérard Calvi instrumental which became a worldwide hit as One of those Songs when lyrics were added; also a marvellous ‘Hollywood-sounding’ tour-de-f
  y salute, or else written and performed from far away as tributes to places worshipped from afar. With names such as Robert Farnon, George Melachrino, Mantovani, Michel Legrand and
erstand that keen collectors probably already have many of the "best of” pieces in their music libraries. So you are not being offered a compilation featuring only the best known works per
 se in broadcasting) regularly featured on the lists of new releases. People like Eric Coates, Jack Payne, Louis Levy, Jack Hylton, Ambrose and the Commodore Grand Orchestra became
  right works, and a new breed of talented writers emerged. Among them Robert Farnon, Charles Williams, Sidney Torch, Clive Richardson, Trevor Duncan and Roger Roger excelled at c
 ral' or 'easy listening' - contained a wealth of beautiful sounds that were created by talented people with a genuine love of their craft. Stereo provided a new dimension, and this Guild CD
  was composed by a leading violinist, so maybe he knew a thing or two when he created his catchy tune. The fields of radio, television, the theatre and cinema are all areas in which light m
 hen they first invaded the dance floor. Tastes may change, but it cannot be denied that even a modest touch of rhythm can cause a smile – not to mention a tapping foot. There is plenty o
  ding composers in Europe and America, as well as nearer home. The arrival of talking pictures towards the end of the 1920s heralded the gradual demise of the orchestras, but the gene
  lders with popular melodies from other fields, given a fresh appeal in the hands of talented arrangers and conductors. When ‘A to Z’ was chosen as the idea behind this collection, there w
sser-known, Otto Cesana. Other memorable tunes have benefited from the attentions of brilliant arrangers Conrad Salinger, Paul Weston, Percy Faith, Bruce Campbell and others whose
  the likes of David Rose, George Melachrino, Percy Faith, Sidney Torch and Robert Farnon - his very first composition for Chappell is included in this collection. Notable film scores also ru
s such ‘tampering with the classics’ was banned by the BBC in Britain, although commercial recordings could be freely purchased. However a lack of broadcasts obviously affected sales,
  ed from earlier times, including Billy Mayerl, Carroll Gibbons and the lady who died tragically young at the peak of her popularity, Raie Da Costa. Most are playing with top light orchestras
within broadcasting circles such as the BBC, Standard, World, Thesaurus and Lang-Worth, to name just a few. Another valuable source was the entertainment arms of the Armed Forces d
 projects, and once more it is time to dust off some precious discs patiently awaiting rediscovery. Actually ‘rediscovery’ may not be entirely accurate as some have never previously been a
general term ‘Light Music’ covers a wide variety of styles and performances, then surely the proof is here on this CD. The featured composers range from Sir Edward Elgar and Vaughan
 mes such as Percy Faith, David Rose, Morton Gould, Leroy Anderson and Charles Williams. Lesser known composers, among the 26 talented musicians who make enjoyable contributio
  e did not include the famous ‘March’. This omission was finally rectified in the late 1950s. Other composers represented by their film music are Alfred Newman, Philip Green, Leighton Lu
nally serenading. Hopefully it will also appeal to a younger generation, where wedding bells may be in the offing. Guild Music has called upon top composers and orchestras in a celebratio
many – Ernst Fischer’s superb “South Of The Alps” inspired by the composer’s visit to Italy in 1935. This is a now rare recording from 1937 of the complete suite conducted by Bruno Seidl
 on just three major conductors - Percy Faith, Mantovani and Sidney Torch. All were leading figures in post-war orchestral popular music, and it is particularly interesting to listen to them i
 n, like a good friend. And ‘friend’ is a good clue to the repertoire covered here, because conductors such as Percy Faith, Sidney Torch, Robert Farnon, Philip Green, David Rose, Dolf van
ntifying different styles of music. This assisted professional users to find exactly what they wanted without having to check through long numerical lists. For this collection this practice has
 on Mantovani and David Rose provide the opening and closing segments of the collection. In-between we hear Peter Yorke, Van Phillips, Al Sack, Vivian Dunn and the Royal Marines Orc
 is every chance that the discerning listener will discover some new sounds that add a welcome vibrancy to old, familiar friends. The six conductors performing the music for our enjoymen
nvolved in the war effort such as the manufacture of munitions. On 23 June 1940 the BBC broadcast the first "Music While You Work", and such was its popularity that it continued for dec
  , Cyril Stapleton and Henry Mancini confirms that the music is performed by the world’s top light orchestras. The bright ‘Light’ pieces early on, gradually give way to the smooth, ‘Easy’ so
  them instantly recognisable to their admirers. This collection is a tribute to those unsung ‘heroes’ of the music business, whose value cannot be overstated, yet who were frequently unrec
   instrumental music with an infectious string sound in the 1940s that would be emulated by many musicians during the following decades. Both have earned their place in Light Music’s Ha
 ieces more closely associated with their homelands. Two of the biggest names in Light Music during the post-war years in France and Germany have the honour of launching this collecti
 ony Osborne and Charles Williams. Not to be outdone, from mainland Europe we welcome Helmut Zacharias, Dolf van der Linden and Hans Georg Arlt - each and every one of them prov
and there are many fine examples in this collection. With conductors such as Ron Goodwin, David Rose, Robert Farnon, Frank Cordell, Percy Faith and Johnny Douglas on the podiums,
etting their fair share of the limelight are some who were only familiar inside the music business, such as Brian Fahey, Rayburn Wright, Roland Shaw, Leon Young, Johnny Douglas and W
 ’s Realm” is certainly much more varied, and hopefully exciting, than the sequence of serene melodies which the album’s title originally suggested. Familiar names such as Sidney Torch,
 ll be found in this new series, featuring many of the great composers and conductors who were once household names. Their vintage recordings have been digitally processed to the high
of the 20th century be swept away by a brash tide of mediocrity, or would new talents emerge to adapt and even improve upon what had gone before? Happily for us, Light Music would s
D in Guild's new Light Music series provides a ‘snapshot’ of a world that was determined to start enjoying itself once again, and the bright and breezy sounds produced by so many orches
gers and conductors featured in this collection will readily prove. Some of the melodies will rekindle happy memories, but there are plenty of new treats to discover as well.
 rd in the 1950s ensured that music lovers would continue to demand tuneful music, tastefully arranged and performed. Among the best-known works there were many hidden ‘gems’ – no
 , and the recordings in this collection offer many contrasting styles. Today’s restoration techniques are revealing just how far the art of sound recording had progressed by the 1930s.
ning the years 1942 to 1945 surely proves.
 organist, occasionally alongside the orchestras. This CD reminds us of some of the top musicians and ensembles from that fascinating period.
sicals. The result has been that a vast amount of recorded material now exists, and it has the power to engender fond recognition of its origins many decades later. Also there are instance
estly be stated that this compilation is exactly what the fans have demanded, because the choice is entirely theirs!


talented writer who is better known for his "Skyscraper Fantasy".
ountless millions during the middle years of the 20th century.




 in digital sound restoration.
 oire that was expertly performed in those far-off times.

oire that was expertly performed in those far-off times.
aving the baton, the quality of this collection speaks for itself.


 the theatre organ) also take centre stage.
y hidden meanings in order to appreciate his beautifully crafted melodies.

 es on commercial recordings.




d for waltzing, and many other musicians clearly take the same view. But for those who still like to hear such works at the usual tempo there are examples among the many varied styles in
d film selections plus light classics and instrumental novelties. Today these rare 78s provide a fascinating example of the way in which music was employed as an important ingredient in t


he closing music for the first two series of the BBC’s famous "Quatermass” back in the 1950s.
 e companion album to ‘Continental Flavour’ (GLCD 5132).
shed favourites such as Ray Martin, Robert Farnon and Sidney Torch.
 nce of the Little Pink Horse" isn't better known must remain a mystery, but it is only one of several pleasant surprises contained in this varied selection.
 on for the youngsters every day.
making this the perfect collection for those moments when soothing and inspirational music is the order of the day.
ong the way. This is truly a feast of memorable performances, even if it could be the first time that you encounter some of the outstanding melodies - both bright and breezy and, on severa
ment of Borodin's "Prince Igor" Dances, where the musicians in the BBC Wireless Military Band are simply outstanding. Works by leading Light Music composers such as Coates, Farnon
  previously saluted Richard Rodgers (GLCD5123) and Cole Porter (GLCD5127); now it is the turn of two more great songwriters George Gershwin and Jerome Kern. Gershwin's life was
 the recorded music libraries of leading London music publishers during the middle years of the last century, which was a particularly fruitful period for quality light music expressing a wide
  has progressed new releases have widened the original scope in terms of repertoire, often in response to suggestions from enthusiastic supporters, and credit must also be given to a nu
ern Ireland – was heard every evening. Max Saunders was the composer of Fantasy on National Airs and, as with the Scherzetto, the piece (believed to have been recorded in 1951) was
ards the end of the 1920s a musical accompaniment was deemed essential by producers and audiences alike. This created a wonderful opportunity for composers to exploit the new med
oll, Richard Hayman, Norrie Paramor and Les Baxter (all featured on this CD) were quick to embrace the opportunities offered by the latest technical advances in high-fidelity sound.
 stiche) was an eight-week comic serial as part of the hugely popular "The Two Ronnies" BBC-TV comedy series. An important ingredient was the choice of music, and the two titles regul
ney Torch, Ron Goodwin and Angela Morley alongside American ‘greats’ such as Morton Gould, Frank De Vol, Warren Barker, David Rose, Glenn Osser, Leroy Holmes and the legendar
 There are also some much requested gems from Kermit Leslie, Florian ZaBach and Roger Roger, making this a truly vintage compilation that will be welcomed by existing Guild ‘Golden

  suite from the largely forgotten film "Since You Went Away", composed and conducted by Max Steiner.
 uld, Les Baxter, David Carroll – and even the London Symphony Orchestra playing one of Eric Coates’ most popular melodies.
 ere added; also a marvellous ‘Hollywood-sounding’ tour-de-force from Joe Leahy with his Theme from Studio X.
  Farnon, George Melachrino, Mantovani, Michel Legrand and David Rose involved the result has to be a most satisfying and nostalgic musical tour.
 ffered a compilation featuring only the best known works performed by each orchestra, but a careful choice which mixes the familiar with - occasionally - the unknown.
  on, Ambrose and the Commodore Grand Orchestra became household names, and they are just some of the varied ensembles featured in Guild Music's third salute to the 1930s (the pr
e Richardson, Trevor Duncan and Roger Roger excelled at creating miniature cameos to capture every kind of mood. Fine examples of their work, together with many of their talented con
 ir craft. Stereo provided a new dimension, and this Guild CD attempts to recreate the excitement felt by record collectors around fifty years ago as they scanned the lists of new releases t
elevision, the theatre and cinema are all areas in which light music thrives, and they are all represented in this compilation. Conductors such as Arthur Fiedler, Philip Green, Ronald Binge
ause a smile – not to mention a tapping foot. There is plenty on offer in this collection, from the afore-mentioned Latin American to quicksteps, slow foxtrots, polkas and loads of pleasant s
  heralded the gradual demise of the orchestras, but the general public had become accustomed to an element of live musical entertainment on their frequent visits to the cinema. Partly as
  A to Z’ was chosen as the idea behind this collection, there were initial doubts that suitable titles could be discovered for all the letters of the English alphabet. It was a close run thing (‘X’
Paul Weston, Percy Faith, Bruce Campbell and others whose names are, sadly, unknown to us. The recordings come from the early 1940s to the late 1950s, a period when light music wa
appell is included in this collection. Notable film scores also rub shoulders with a rare Concerto for Piano and Orchestra - "El Alamein”, composed by Albert Arlen in tribute to the soldiers w
  sed. However a lack of broadcasts obviously affected sales, which partly explains why such recordings were more common in the United States than in Britain. Among the leading US mu
 rity, Raie Da Costa. Most are playing with top light orchestras like David Rose, Robert Farnon and George Melachrino.
ble source was the entertainment arms of the Armed Forces during World War 2, including the Overseas Recorded Broadcasting Service in Britain, and the Armed Forces Radio Service i
 t be entirely accurate as some have never previously been available commercially and, for most of the others, this is their first appearance on CD, so it is unlikely that the majority of musi
 ured composers range from Sir Edward Elgar and Vaughan Williams, to Ernst Fischer, Reginald King and John Philip Sousa.
ng the 26 talented musicians who make enjoyable contributions to this collection, include Gerard Calvi, Roger Roger and André Popp (all from France), alongside Cedric Dumont (known a
heir film music are Alfred Newman, Philip Green, Leighton Lucas and Hubert Bath. Among the lesser heard items is some ballet music by Ivor Novello, and a suite of Yorkshire Folk Tunes
has called upon top composers and orchestras in a celebration of romantic sounds to soothe and charm. As you would expect, among them you’ll discover Mantovani, Robert Farnon, An
  g from 1937 of the complete suite conducted by Bruno Seidler-Winkler.
pular music, and it is particularly interesting to listen to them in performances that provide tantalising glimpses of the way in which their careers would develop and mature.
 ey Torch, Robert Farnon, Philip Green, David Rose, Dolf van der Linden and Charles Williams are already established Guild favourites. This time they are joined by Stanford Robinson, B
ough long numerical lists. For this collection this practice has been revived, with short sections each containing contrasting areas of production music. It is hoped that this will not prevent a
Van Phillips, Al Sack, Vivian Dunn and the Royal Marines Orchestra, Eric Robinson, Charles Shadwell, Robert Farnon and his Canadian Army Orchestra and several other once famous ‘
s. The six conductors performing the music for our enjoyment were among the most famous in the world towards the end of the 1950s, when these stereo recordings were made. Billy Vau
 u Work", and such was its popularity that it continued for decades long after hostilities had ceased. Decca used conductors like Reginald Burston, Harold Collins, Richard Crean, Harry Da
  pieces early on, gradually give way to the smooth, ‘Easy’ sounds to be discovered later in the collection.
se value cannot be overstated, yet who were frequently unrecognised.
 ng decades. Both have earned their place in Light Music’s Hall of Fame, but a glance through the list of numbers on this CD confirms that they were not alone in creating the pleasing sou
ance and Germany have the honour of launching this collection. Roger Roger opens with City Movement, which British TV viewers with long memories may recall being used as the signa
 nden and Hans Georg Arlt - each and every one of them proving that the strings are certainly ‘afire’ in many of these tuneful melodies.
 k Cordell, Percy Faith and Johnny Douglas on the podiums, it is hardly surprising that this is a CD that shines with quality throughout.
 n Wright, Roland Shaw, Leon Young, Johnny Douglas and William Hill-Bowen. Hopefully this collection will go a small way towards giving a few of them the recognition they so richly dese
  originally suggested. Familiar names such as Sidney Torch, Morton Gould, Frank Chacksfield, Dolf van der Linden, Ron Goodwin, Percy Faith and George Melachrino and joined by Fre
r vintage recordings have been digitally processed to the highest standards, ensuring that you only hear the music - sounding better today than it did when originally released.
 n what had gone before? Happily for us, Light Music would survive, and reach even greater heights.
nd the bright and breezy sounds produced by so many orchestras world-wide undoubtedly contributed towards those happy feelings.
 e are plenty of new treats to discover as well.
 g the best-known works there were many hidden ‘gems’ – now long overdue for a welcome revival.
 the art of sound recording had progressed by the 1930s.


tion of its origins many decades later. Also there are instances where the music has survived better than the film itself, as some of the fine examples in this collection will testify.




al tempo there are examples among the many varied styles in this collection.
 in which music was employed as an important ingredient in the war effort.




ed in this varied selection.


outstanding melodies - both bright and breezy and, on several occasions, romantic.
s by leading Light Music composers such as Coates, Farnon and Strachey happily rub shoulders alongside the 'band boys' like Sousa and Komzak.
 ers George Gershwin and Jerome Kern. Gershwin's life was tragically cut short by illness - he died in 1937 at the age of only 38, but he achieved more during his short period of creative
 icularly fruitful period for quality light music expressing a wide variety of moods and styles.
enthusiastic supporters, and credit must also be given to a number of collectors around the world who so willingly supply their own copies of rare items. It almost seems as though a crusa
etto, the piece (believed to have been recorded in 1951) was performed by the BBC Television Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson. These two works have not previously been availab
  wonderful opportunity for composers to exploit the new medium and the result was a truly astonishing outpouring of melodies of all kinds, from composers and lyricists of varying talents.
d by the latest technical advances in high-fidelity sound.
nt ingredient was the choice of music, and the two titles regularly heard – Desperate Moment and Sinister Street No. 1 – are now available for the first time on a commercial CD.
 r, David Rose, Glenn Osser, Leroy Holmes and the legendary Hollywood arranger Conrad Salinger.
 compilation that will be welcomed by existing Guild ‘Golden Age’ fans, and newcomers to the series alike.




 amiliar with - occasionally - the unknown.
 les featured in Guild Music's third salute to the 1930s (the previous nostalgia trips are on GLCD5106 and GLCD5116).
 amples of their work, together with many of their talented contemporaries, can be found in this fascinating selection from a niche of the music business largely unknown to the general pub
 nd fifty years ago as they scanned the lists of new releases to see what new 'Orchestral Gems in Stereo' were being offered by their favourite conductors.
onductors such as Arthur Fiedler, Philip Green, Ronald Binge, Morton Gould, Robert Farnon and David Rose ensure that the strings - and all their musicians - are on top form.
 n to quicksteps, slow foxtrots, polkas and loads of pleasant surprises. With orchestras such as Percy Faith, Frank Chacksfield, Andre Kostelanetz, George Melachrino, Paul Weston and R
 entertainment on their frequent visits to the cinema. Partly as a cost-cutting exercise, most orchestras were replaced by theatre organs, but in some cases the change-over was gradual,
he letters of the English alphabet. It was a close run thing (‘X’ was obviously going to be a problem!) but hopefully listeners will enjoy the result of our endeavours, starting with Alpine Past
e early 1940s to the late 1950s, a period when light music was subjected to many new influences, notably the emergence of new talents such as David Rose, Sidney Torch and the aforem
Alamein”, composed by Albert Arlen in tribute to the soldiers who fought in north Africa.
n the United States than in Britain. Among the leading US musicians who often strayed into classical territory were David Carroll, Andre Kostelanetz, Percy Faith, Clebanoff and even Ray

ing Service in Britain, and the Armed Forces Radio Service in the USA.
t appearance on CD, so it is unlikely that the majority of music-lovers will have heard them before.

ré Popp (all from France), alongside Cedric Dumont (known as ‘Mr Music Man’ in Switzerland) and Holland’s foremost light music supremo, Dolf van der Linden.
 et music by Ivor Novello, and a suite of Yorkshire Folk Tunes by Arthur Wood, who composed the signature tune for ‘The Archers’ on BBC Radio.
t, among them you’ll discover Mantovani, Robert Farnon, Andre Kostelanetz and Paul Weston. The honour of providing the title track goes to Cyril Ornadel, whose charming melody was

 hich their careers would develop and mature.
 favourites. This time they are joined by Stanford Robinson, Bill McGuffie, Jack Hylton, Leslie Jones and other conductors who excel at producing some fine Light Music.
eas of production music. It is hoped that this will not prevent an enjoyable flow from one mood to another, but the advantage is that it will permit the inclusion of a greater variety of music r
s Canadian Army Orchestra and several other once famous ‘names’ that illustrate the wide repertoire covered in this largely unknown reservoir of enjoyable music.
he 1950s, when these stereo recordings were made. Billy Vaughn, Percy Faith, George Melachrino, Mantovani, Angela Morley and Arthur Fiedler with his famous Boston 'Pops' combine t
 e Reginald Burston, Harold Collins, Richard Crean, Harry Davidson, Wynford Reynolds, Harry Fryer and Ronnie Munro for these now very rare recordings which could be used when the


 onfirms that they were not alone in creating the pleasing sounds that once appealed to the majority of music lovers. Ron Goodwin, George Melachrino, Percy Faith, Cyril Ornadel, Robert
 wers with long memories may recall being used as the signature tune for the BBC soap opera “Compact”. From Paris the spotlight shifts to Berlin where Werner Müller became the origin


wards giving a few of them the recognition they so richly deserve.
odwin, Percy Faith and George Melachrino and joined by Frederick Fennell, Cedric Dumont, Gerard Calvia and Felix Slatkin – among others – ensuring a wealth of varied orchestral colou
  better today than it did when originally released.




me of the fine examples in this collection will testify.




 38, but he achieved more during his short period of creative writing than most of his contemporaries. Kern also died relatively young - he w

 own copies of rare items. It almost seems as though a crusade has developed to ensure that Light Music is preserved for posterity. Thus this 50t
Robinson. These two works have not previously been available on any commercial recordings, so a unique part of British television histo
s of all kinds, from composers and lyricists of varying talents. Alongside the shows and musicals were the purely dramatic films which required a

now available for the first time on a commercial CD.
che of the music business largely unknown to the general public.
by their favourite conductors.
strings - and all their musicians - are on top form.
d, Andre Kostelanetz, George Melachrino, Paul Weston and Robert Farnon on board, the quality is assured.
 re organs, but in some cases the change-over was gradual, and for a few years both organs and orchestras co-existed. Some of the tracks on this
 l enjoy the result of our endeavours, starting with Alpine Pastures and ending with Zingara, meeting top
 ew talents such as David Rose, Sidney Torch and the aforementioned Robert Farnon.

 oll, Andre Kostelanetz, Percy Faith, Clebanoff and even Ray Conniff. They are joined by Charles Williams, Angela Morley and other familiar f




usic supremo, Dolf van der Linden.

 le track goes to Cyril Ornadel, whose charming melody was a big hit for Matt Monro.


o excel at producing some fine Light Music.
s that it will permit the inclusion of a greater variety of music reflecting the vast repertoire that was available.
 nknown reservoir of enjoyable music.
y and Arthur Fiedler with his famous Boston 'Pops' combine to make this one of the finest orchestral Christmas collections ever.
 ese now very rare recordings which could be used when the BBC was not broadcasting light music.


 dwin, George Melachrino, Percy Faith, Cyril Ornadel, Robert Farnon, Frank Cordell, Philip Green, Charles Williams and Dolf van
otlight shifts to Berlin where Werner Müller became the original conductor of the RIAS Dance Band. With added strings his orchestra gained an



 among others – ensuring a wealth of varied orchestral colours.
Album No. Track Piece                                                            Composer
GLCD 5101   1 Gateway To The West                                                Robert Farnon
GLCD 5101   2 Going For A Ride                                                   Sidney Torch
GLCD 5101   3 With A Song In My Heart                                            Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5101   4 Heykens' Serenade                                                  Jonny Heykens, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5101   5 Martinique                                                         Warren
GLCD 5101   6 Skyscraper Fantasy                                                 Donald Phillips
GLCD 5101   7 Dance Of The Spanish Onion                                         David Rose
GLCD 5101   8 Out Of This World - theme from the film                            Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
GLCD 5101   9 Paris To Piccadilly                                                Robert Busby, Eddie Hurran
GLCD 5101 10 Festive Days                                                        Charles Ancliffe
GLCD 5101 11 Ha'penny Breeze - theme from the film                               Philip Green
GLCD 5101 12 Tropical                                                            Morton Gould
GLCD 5101 13 Puffin' Billy                                                       Edward White
GLCD 5101 14 First Rhapsody                                                      George Melachrino
GLCD 5101 15 Fantasie Impromptu in C Sharp Minor                                 Chopin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5101 16 London Bridge March                                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5101 17 Mock Turtles                                                        Angela Morley
GLCD 5101 18 To A Wild Rose                                                      Edward MacDowell, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5101 19 Plink, Plank, Plunk!                                                Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5101 20 Jamaican Rhumba                                                     Arthur Benjamin, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5101 21 Vision in Velvet                                                    Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5101 22 Grand Canyon                                                        Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5101 23 Dancing Princess                                                    Hart, Layman, arr. Leon Young
GLCD 5101 24 Dainty Lady                                                         Leo Peter
GLCD 5101 25 Bandstand                                                           Frescoes' Suite
GLCD 5102   1 Music In The Air                                                   Byron Lloyd, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5102   2 Just One Of Those Things                                           Cole Porter
GLCD 5102   3 Melody On The Move                                                 Clive Richardson
GLCD 5102   4 Out Of My Dreams                                                   Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II
GLCD 5102   5 Linda Chilena                                                      A. Orefiche, R. Connelly
GLCD 5102   6 Laura                                                              David Raksin
GLCD 5102   7 Golliwog's Cakewalk                                                Debussy, arr. Douglas
GLCD 5102   8 Manhattan Square Dance                                             David Rose
GLCD 5102   9 Runaway Rocking Horse                                              Edward White
GLCD 5102 10 Woodland Revel                                                      George Melachrino
GLCD 5102 11 Music for Romance                                                   Manning Sherwin, Eric Maschwitz
GLCD 5102 12 Canadian Caravan                                                    Robert Farnon
GLCD 5102 13 Waltz from 'TheThree Bears'                                         Eric Coates
GLCD 5102 14 Metropolis                                                          Jack Brown
GLCD 5102 15 Gorgeous Hussy                                                      Allan Gray
GLCD 5102 16 Ascot Enclosure                                                     Peter Yorke
GLCD 5102 17 Ten Green Bottles                                                   Trad. arr. Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5102 18 Wagon Lit                                                           Sidney Torch
GLCD 5102 19 Roving Fancies                                                      Haydn Wood
GLCD 5102 20 The Way To The Stars' - Film Themes                                 Nicholas Brodszky
GLCD 5102 21 Theatreland                                                         Jack Strachey
GLCD 5102 22 Dancing Tambourine                                                  Polla, arr. Morton Gould
                                                                                 Irving Pretty
GLCD 5102 23 Blue Skies' - Selection: Blue Skies, Always, Heat Wave, Getting Nowhere, A Berlin Girl Is Like A Melody, 'You Keep Coming Back Like A
GLCD 5103   1 Liza                                                               Ira & George Gershwin, Sammy Kahn
GLCD 5103   2 Caravan                                                            Duke Ellington
GLCD 5103   3 Marching Strings                                                   Marshall Ross
GLCD 5103   4 Fandango                                                           Frank Perkins, Bradford
GLCD 5103   5 Heart-O-London                                                     Charles Williams
GLCD 5103   6 Hey Presto!                                                        Brett Wilson, arr. Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5103   7 The Melody Maker                                                   Noel Gay
GLCD 5103    8   Proud Canvas                                                       Robert Farnon
GLCD 5103    9   Festival                                                           Richard Addinsell
GLCD 5103   10   Blue Moon                                                          Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5103   11   Dancing Bells                                                      Ray Martin
GLCD 5103   12   Granada                                                            Augustin Lara
GLCD 5103   13   Petite Waltz                                                       Joe Heyne
GLCD 5103   14   Shortcake Walk                                                     Sidney Torch
GLCD 5103   15   Flirtation Waltz                                                   R. Heywood
GLCD 5103   16   Angel Cake                                                         Angela Morley
GLCD 5103   17   Waltz Of The Bubbles                                               David Rose
GLCD 5103   18   Sportsmaster                                                       Robert Busby
GLCD 5103   19   Paris Interlude                                                    Edward White
GLCD 5103   20   At Last, At Last                                                   Charles Trenet
GLCD 5103   21   Roller Coaster                                                     Busch, Delugg
GLCD 5103   22   The Moon Was Yellow                                                Ahlert
GLCD 5103   23   Piccadilly Spree                                                   Cyril Watters
GLCD 5103   24   Champagne March                                                    Geoffrey Henman
GLCD 5103   25   Jungle Fantasy                                                     Esy Morales
GLCD 5103   26   Parade of the Film Hits - 'Broadway Melody, Laura, Wedding Of The Painted Doll, Please, Over The Rainbow, 'A Fine Romance, Be My L
GLCD 5104    1   Honey Child                                                        Joyce Cochrane, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5104    2   Gypsy Fiddler                                                      Raphael
GLCD 5104    3   Carnavalito                                                        Linda, Zaldiver
GLCD 5104    4   Romantic Interlude                                                 Clive Richardson
GLCD 5104    5   Magic Circles                                                      Ray Martin
GLCD 5104    6   Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be                                     Trad., arr Frank Cordell
GLCD 5104    7   Television March                                                   Eric Coates
GLCD 5104    8   April in Portugal                                                  Ferrao
GLCD 5104    9   Cactus Polka                                                       Trad., arr. E.H. Plumb, G. Walter
GLCD 5104   10   Kashmiri Song - from 'Four Indian Love Lyrics'                     Amy Woodforde-Finden
GLCD 5104   11   Rainbow Run                                                        Edy Mers
GLCD 5104   12   Prelude To A Memory                                                Frank Chacksfield
GLCD 5104   13   Goodwood Galop                                                     Robert Farnon
GLCD 5104   14   The Roundabout                                                     Edward White
GLCD 5104   15   Spring Morning                                                     George Melachrino
GLCD 5104   16   Songs My Mother Taught Me                                          Dvorak, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5104   17   Sand In My Shoes                                                   Victor Schertzinger
GLCD 5104   18   Canadian Capers                                                    Chandler, White, Cohen - arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5104   19   Rhapsody In Rhythm                                                 Henry Croudson
GLCD 5104   20   The Jolly Brothers                                                 Robert Vollstedt
GLCD 5104   21   From Here To Eternity                                              Karger, Wells
GLCD 5104   22   Parade Of The Clowns                                               David Rose
GLCD 5104   23   One Summer Day                                                     Reginald King
GLCD 5104   24   Ragamuffin                                                         Joe Rixner
GLCD 5104   25   Valencia                                                           José Padilla
GLCD 5104   26   Oklahoma!' Selection                                               Rodgers, Hammerstein II - arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5105    1   Fiddle Faddle                                                      Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5105    2   The Bad And The Beautiful - theme from the film                    David Raksin
GLCD 5105    3   Brazilian Sleigh Bells                                             Percy Faith
GLCD 5105    4   Anna                                                               Roman, Giordano, Godfrey
GLCD 5105    5   No Strings Attached                                                Richard Hayman
GLCD 5105    6   Rain                                                               Eugene Ford
GLCD 5105    7   Holiday In Rio                                                     Terig Tucci
GLCD 5105    8   Sophisticated Lady                                                 Duke Ellington, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5105    9   Marguerite Waltz                                                   Meredith Willson
GLCD 5105   10   Blue Violins                                                       Ray Martin
GLCD 5105   11   No Other Love                                                      Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5105   12   Three O'clock In The Morning                                      Robledo, Terrliss
GLCD 5105   13   La Mer                                                            Charles Trenet
GLCD 5105   14   If You Are But A Dream                                            Jaffe, Fulton, Bronx - adapted from 'Romance' by Rubinstein
GLCD 5105   15   Satan And The Polar Bear                                          David Rose
GLCD 5105   16   Carriage Trade                                                    Richard Hayman
GLCD 5105   17   Tradewinds                                                        David Carroll
GLCD 5105   18   Manhattan Serenade                                                Louis Alter
GLCD 5105   19   The Cavalier's Ball                                               Nicolas Acquaviva
GLCD 5105   20   Tropicana                                                         Bernie Wayne
GLCD 5105   21   Smoke Gets In Your Eyes                                           Jerome Kern
GLCD 5105   22   Andalucia                                                         Ernesto Lecuona, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5105   23   Dance of the Violins                                              Jeanjean
GLCD 5105   24   Tic-Tac-Toe                                                       Lou Singer
GLCD 5105   25   Toyland Waltz - from 'Babes in Toyland'                           Victor Herbert
GLCD 5105   26   Manhattan Masquerade                                              Louis Alter
GLCD 5106    1   Curtain Up - from 'Ballerina Suite'                               Arthur Wood
GLCD 5106    2   Wedding Of The Rose                                               Jessel
GLCD 5106    3   Westwards' from 'Four Ways Suite'                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5106    4   Tea Dolls' Parade                                                 L. Noiret
GLCD 5106    5   Plymouth Hoe                                                      John Ansell
GLCD 5106    6   Glow Worm Idyll                                                   Paul Lincke
GLCD 5106    7   March Of The Bowmen                                               Frederic Curzon from the 'Robin Hood Suite'
GLCD 5106    8   The Immortals - Concert Overture                                  Reginald King
GLCD 5106    9   Butterflies In The Rain                                           Sherman Myers
GLCD 5106   10   May Day Overture                                                  Haydn Wood
GLCD 5106   11   Moths Around Tbe Candle Flame                                     Dolphe, Gordon, Randal
GLCD 5106   12   Overture from - Tänzerische Suite'                                Dance Suite
GLCD 5106   13   The Nightingale's Morning Greeting                                Recktenwald
GLCD 5106   14   Slaughter On Tenth Avenue - from 'On Your Toes'                   Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5106   15   Dance Of The Icicles - from 'The Wooing of the Snowflakes'        Kennedy Russell
GLCD 5106   16   Samum                                                             Carl Robrecht, arr. Phil Cardew
GLCD 5106   17   Music From The Movies - 1937 selection - March of the Movies, WE Saw the Sea, Would You?, Top Hat, My Heart and I, Broadway Rhyth
GLCD 5107    1   London Calling                                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5107    2   Morning at Bibury                                                 Charles Shadwell
GLCD 5107    3   Frontier March                                                    John Holliday
GLCD 5107    4   The Future                                                        Charles Williams
GLCD 5107    5   Dancing On The Green                                              Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5107    6   Mirage                                                            Eric Coates
GLCD 5107    7   Moon In The Sky                                                   Billy Reid
GLCD 5107    8   Minuet in F                                                       Sinclair Logan
GLCD 5107    9   Empire Jubilee March                                              Denis Wright
GLCD 5107   10   At The Court Of Cleopatra                                         Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5107   11   Beachy Head Overture                                              Frank Tapp
GLCD 5107   12   Lulworth Cove                                                     Charles Shadwell
GLCD 5107   13   Virginia - A Southern Rhapsody                                    Haydn Wood
GLCD 5107   14   Overture to an Irish Comedy                                       John Ansell
GLCD 5107   15   Hillside Melody                                                   Montague Phillips
GLCD 5107   16   Naval Splendour                                                   Clive Richardson
GLCD 5107   17   Manx Rhapsody                                                     Haydn Wood
GLCD 5107   18   Forest Melody                                                     Montague Phillips
GLCD 5107   19   Seaford Head                                                      Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   20   May Day at Helston                                                John Holliday
GLCD 5107   21   Marianne                                                          Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   22   Rhythm on Rails                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   23   Witches' Ride                                                     Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   24   Tom Tom The Piper's Son                                           Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   25   Always                                                                  Kenneth Leslie Smith
GLCD 5107   26   Summer Garden                                                           Charles Williams
GLCD 5107   27   Mulberry                                                                Kenneth Leslie Smith
GLCD 5107   28   The Glass Slipper - Overture                                            Clifton Parker
GLCD 5108    1   The Juggler                                                             G. Groitzsch
GLCD 5108    2   Grasshoppers' Dance                                                     Ernest Bucalossi
GLCD 5108    3                                                                            Ol' Man River
                 Show Boat Selection : Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man, Why Do I Love You,Jerome Kern
GLCD 5108    4   Nola                                                                    Felix Arndt
GLCD 5108    5                                                                           Barnes, Phil Boutelje, Nacio Herb Brown, Ravel
                 Doll Medley: Dainty Doll, Lonesome Little Doll, Rag Doll, Little Dutch Doll
GLCD 5108    6   Bal Masque - Valse Caprice                                              Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5108    7                                                                           Follow
                 Conversation Piece' - Selection : Brighton Parade, Danser, Danser, I'll CowardMy Secret Heart, There's Always Something Fishy About Th
GLCD 5108    8   Speakeasy                                                               Lewis Gensler
GLCD 5108    9   Ye Merry Blacksmiths                                                    John Belton
GLCD 5108   10                                                                           Jerome To Forget
                 The Cat And The Fiddle Selection : Entr'acte, She Didn't Day 'Yes', Dance, TryKern
GLCD 5108   11   Bells Across The Meadow                                                 Albert W. Ketèlbey
GLCD 5108   12   Babylonian Nights                                                       John S. Zamecnik
GLCD 5108   13                                                                           Of The Vagabonds
                 The Vagabond King' - Selection : Only A Rose, Huguette Valse, Song Brian Hooker / Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5108   14   Fifinette - Intermezzo Gavotte (Three Light Pieces Suite)               Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5108   15   Fairies In The Moon - Intermezzo Entr'acte                              Montague Ewing
GLCD 5108   16                                                                           Ellis, It Must Be
                 The Fleet's Lit Up Selection: They've A Way Of Doing It In The Navy, GuessCole Porter The Spring, Little Miss Go-As-You-Please, How D
GLCD 5108   17   Scarf Dance                                                             Cecile Chaminade
GLCD 5108   18   In The Sudan                                                            Gabriel Sebek
GLCD 5108   19                                                                            I Like To Do Things For You, Billy Rose/Mabel Wayne, Ager, Yelle
                 King Of Jazz Selection: Ragamuffin Romeo, It Happened In Monterey,Harry de Costa/Mabel Wayne,Happy Feet
GLCD 5109    1   Early One Morning (featured in Spring In Park Lane)                     Trad., arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5109    2   Song of the Mountains (La Montanara) from film The Glass Mountain Ortelli, Pigarelli
GLCD 5109    3   Dancing in the Dark (soundtrack-recording from The Band Wagon) Arthur Schwartz
GLCD 5109    4   Adoration (soundtrack-recording from 'Lili')                            Bronislau Kaper
GLCD 5109    5   Call of the Faraway Hills (from film 'Shane')                           Victor Young
GLCD 5109    6   The Beggar's Theme (from film 'Last Holiday')                           Francis Chagrin
GLCD 5109    7   Seascape (from film 'Western Approaches')                               Clifton Parker
GLCD 5109    8   Theme from the film 'The Man Between'                                   John Addison
GLCD 5109    9   Dedication (from film 'Idol Of Paris')                                  Mischa Spoliansky
GLCD 5109   10   La Violetera (from film 'City Lights')                                  José Padilla
GLCD 5109   11   Theme from the film 'This Man Is Mine'                                  Allan Gray
GLCD 5109   12   Men of Arnhem - March (from film 'Theirs Is The Glory')                 Guy Warrack
GLCD 5109   13   Romance (from film 'The Magic Bow')                                     Philip Green
GLCD 5109   14   Quebec Concerto (from film 'Whispering City')                           Andre Mathieu
GLCD 5109   15   Valse Grise (from film 'Le Carnet De Bal')                              Jaubert
GLCD 5109   16   Throughout the Years (from film 'Flesh And Blood')                      Charles Williams
GLCD 5109   17   Vision d'Amour (from film 'Woman To Woman')                             George Melachrino
GLCD 5109   18   Hour of Meditation (from film 'Twenty-Four Hours Of A Woman's Life') Philip Green
GLCD 5109   19   Saga of Odette (from film 'Odette')                                     Anthony Collins
GLCD 5109   20   Danse d'Extase (from film 'No Orchids For Miss Blandish')               George Melachrino
GLCD 5109   21   Mansell Concerto (from film 'The Woman's Angle')                        Kenneth Leslie-Smith
GLCD 5109   22   Gaelic Fantasia (from film 'Saints And Sinners')                        Philip Green
GLCD 5110    1   Begin The Beguine                                                       Cole Porter
GLCD 5110    2   Carriage And Pair                                                       Benjamin Frankel/Purcell
GLCD 5110    3   Destiny Waltz                                                           Sydney Baynes
GLCD 5110    4   The Way To The Stars - theme from the film                              Nicholas Brodszky
GLCD 5110    5   Tropical                                                                Morton Gould
GLCD 5110    6   Blithe Spirit - Waltz Theme - from the film                             Richard Addinsell
GLCD 5110    7   Whirlwind                                                               Ronald Binge
GLCD 5110    8   September Nocturne                                                      Mantovani
GLCD 5110    9   The Timbalero - Rumba                                                   Stanley/Borguno/Arres
GLCD 5110   10   Passing Clouds                                                          Phil Cardew
GLCD 5110   11   Blue Mantilla                                                           Pedro Manilla
GLCD 5110   12   Flying Saucers (Bees in the Bonnet)       Dennis Fern
GLCD 5110   13   El Choclo (Kiss Of Fire)                  A Villoldo arr. Barry
GLCD 5110   14   Love Here Is My Heart                     Adrian Ross/Lao Silesu
GLCD 5110   15   When The Lilac Blooms Again               Doelle/Mair
GLCD 5110   16   Love's Roundabout (La Ronde de L'Amour)   Oscar Straus, Ducreux, Purcell
GLCD 5110   17   A Media Luz                               E Donato
GLCD 5110   18   Poème (My Moonlight Madonna)              Zdenek Fibich
GLCD 5110   19   Love's Dream After The Ball               Alfons Czibulka
GLCD 5110   20   Amoureuse (So Madly In Love)              Berger
GLCD 5110   21   Chiquita Mia                              Paul Remy/Felix King
GLCD 5110   22   Love's Last Word Is Spoken                Bixio/Sievier
GLCD 5110   23   Blauer Himmel                             Josef Rixner
GLCD 5110   24   Suddenly (Im Chambre Separeé)             Heuberger/Cochran
GLCD 5110   25   The Whistling Boy                         Ian Stewart
GLCD 5110   26   The Agnes Waltz                           Hannah/William/Kennedy
GLCD 5111    1   Midnight Matinee                          Len Stevens
GLCD 5111    2   Postman's Knock                           Leslie Julian Jones
GLCD 5111    3   The Magic Touch                           Bernie Wayne
GLCD 5111    4   Moonlight Fiesta                          Cyril Ornadel
GLCD 5111    5   Simonetta                                 Belle Fenstock, Irving Caesar
GLCD 5111    6   Tales of Munich (Münchner G'Schichten)    Theo Mackeben
GLCD 5111    7   Holiday Funfair                           Jack Beaver
GLCD 5111    8   Shadow Waltz                              Paul Dubois
GLCD 5111    9   Veradero                                  Bernie Wayne
GLCD 5111   10   On Fifth Avenue                           Ronnie Pleydell
GLCD 5111   11   BOULEVARD WALTZ                           Hillier, Hillier, Newman
GLCD 5111   12   Frenchman's Creek                         Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5111   13   Ecstasy                                   Jose Belmonte
GLCD 5111   14   Bahama Buggy Ride                         Steggarda
GLCD 5111   15   Poodle Parade                             Robert Farnon
GLCD 5111   16   Ballet of the Bells                       Ray Martin
GLCD 5111   17   A Girl Called Linda                       David Greer
GLCD 5111   18   Park Plaza (from the film)                Philip Green
GLCD 5111   19   Ditto                                     Charles Strouse
GLCD 5111   20   Follow Me Around                          Philip Green
GLCD 5111   21   Panoramic Splendour                       Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5111   22   Carefree                                  Charles E. Henderson, Edward Heyman
GLCD 5111   23   Palsy Walsy                               George Siravo
GLCD 5111   24   Midnight Blue                             Eric Spear
GLCD 5111   25   With Emma To Town                         Anthony Collins
GLCD 5111   26   Limelight Theme and Incidental Music      Charles Chaplin
GLCD 5112    1   Shangri-La                                Carl Sigman, Matty Malneck, Robert Maxwell
GLCD 5112    2   Starry Night                              Joyce Cochrane
GLCD 5112    3   Deserted City                             David Rose
GLCD 5112    4   Primrose Dell                             Cecil Milner
GLCD 5112    5   Lotus Land                                Cyril Scott
GLCD 5112    6   In a Calm                                 Robert Farnon
GLCD 5112    7   Linden Grove                              Walter Collins
GLCD 5112    8   Starlight Rendezvous                      Kenneth Essex
GLCD 5112    9   Beyond The Next Hill                      Bob Haymes
GLCD 5112   10   Rippling Waters                           Donald Thorne, arr. Robert Busby
GLCD 5112   11   Bali H'ai                                 Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5112   12   Under the Stars                           Eric Coates
GLCD 5112   13   Packet Boat                               Peter Dennis
GLCD 5112   14   Dreaming                                  Archibald Joyce, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5112   15   Lizard Point                              Charles Williams
GLCD 5112   16   La Brilliante                                                        Bob Haymes
GLCD 5112   17   Adrift in a Dream                                                    Angela Morley
GLCD 5112   18   Autumn Sunshine                                                      Reginald King
GLCD 5112   19   Moon Magic                                                           Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5112   20   A Night of Stars                                                     Al Hoffman
GLCD 5112   21   Rippling Down the Mountain                                           Hans May
GLCD 5112   22   How Are Things In Glocca Morra                                       E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
GLCD 5112   23   Mid Ocean                                                            Robert Farnon
GLCD 5112   24   Safari                                                               Belle Fenstock
GLCD 5113    1   Castiliana                                                           Reg H. Casson
GLCD 5113    2   One Night Of Love                                                    Gus Kahn, Victor Schertzinger
GLCD 5113    3   Love Is A Song                                                       Frank Churchill, Larry Morey
GLCD 5113    4   Mexican Starlight                                                    Pedro Manilla, alias Mantovani
GLCD 5113    5   Nights Of Gladness                                                   Charles W. Ancliffe
GLCD 5113    6                                                                        Pasqual
                 Spanish Cocktail Intro: Spanish Gipsy Dance, Adios Conchita, A Girl Like You Marquina, Pedro Manilla alias Mantovani, trad.
GLCD 5113    7   Our Waltz                                                            David Rose
GLCD 5113    8   Siesta - a Rumba Serenade                                            Ronald Binge
GLCD 5113    9                                                                        Edvard Grieg
                 Song Of Norway - selection: Intro - Strange Music, Now, Midsummer Eve, Freddie And His Fiddle, I Love You
GLCD 5113   10   Valse Septembre                                                      Felix Godin
GLCD 5113   11   Tango Bolero                                                         Juan Llossas
GLCD 5113   12   Tell Me You Love Me                                                  Ruggiero Leoncavallo, adapted by Sammy Kaye
GLCD 5113   13   Hejre Kati                                                           Jeno Hubay
GLCD 5113   14   Gipsy Trumpeter                                                      Martin Vicente Darre
GLCD 5113   15   In Waltz Time                                                        Mantovani
GLCD 5113   16   La Paloma                                                            Sebastian de Yradier
GLCD 5113   17   Oh Mama Mama                                                         L. Conald
GLCD 5113   18   One Magic Wish (On An Evening Star)                                  Richard Addinsell, Kay Twomey
GLCD 5113   19   The Spirit Of The Matador                                            Reg H. Casson
GLCD 5113   20   Tango De La Luna (Tango Of The Moon)                                 Pedro Manilla alias Mantovani
GLCD 5113   21   The Choristers                                                       Bernard Phelps
GLCD 5113   22   Concerto In Jazz                                                     Donald Phillips
GLCD 5114    1   Travellin' Light                                                     Victor Young
GLCD 5114    2   Blue Tango                                                           Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5114    3   Laura (from the film 'Laura')                                        Johnny Mercer & David Raksin
GLCD 5114    4   Limehouse Blues (from 'Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924')               Douglas Furber & Philip Braham
GLCD 5114    5   Mine (from 'Let 'Em Eat Cake')                                       George & Ira Gershwin
GLCD 5114    6   The Grasshopper                                                      Bernard Landes
GLCD 5114    7   The Very Thought Of You                                              Ray Noble
GLCD 5114    8   The Girl With The Spanish Drawl (Wow! Wow! Wow!)                     Fausto Curbelo & John A. Camacho
GLCD 5114    9   The Continental (from film 'The Gay Divorcee')                       Herb Magidson & Con Conrad
GLCD 5114   10   I Love Louisa (from 'The Band Wagon')                                Arthur Schwartz & Howard Dietz
GLCD 5114   11   Joyride                                                              Billy Vaughn
GLCD 5114   12   I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me                          Clarence Gaskill & Jimmy McHugh
GLCD 5114   13   New York In A Nutshell                                               Nicholas Acquaviva & Ted Varnick
GLCD 5114   14   The Little Toy Shop                                                  Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie
GLCD 5114   15   Calico Square Dance                                                  Meredith Willson
GLCD 5114   16   All The Things You Are (from 'Very Warm for May')                    Oscar Hammerstein II & Jerome Kern
GLCD 5114   17   Parade of the Wooden Soldiers                                        Leon Jessel, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5114   18   Kentucky Trotter                                                     Frank Perkins
GLCD 5114   19   Tambourine Chinois                                                   Fritz Kreisler
GLCD 5114   20   Little Jumping Jack                                                  Ralph Maria Seigel
GLCD 5114   21   I Concentrate On You (from film 'Broadway Melody of 1940')           Cole Porter
GLCD 5114   22   My Silent Love (Jazz Nocturne)                                       Edward Heyman & Dana Suesse
GLCD 5114   23   The Flying Horse                                                     David Rose
GLCD 5114   24   The Piccolino (from film 'Top Hat')                                  Irving Berlin
GLCD 5114   25   Tropical                                                             Morton Gould
GLCD 5114   26   Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo (from the film 'Lili')                                Helen Deutsch & Bronislau Kaper
GLCD 5114   27   What's Good About Goodbye? (from film 'Casbah')                      Leo Robin & Harold Arlen
GLCD 5115    1   The Playful Pelican                                                  Peter Yorke
GLCD 5115    2   Buddha's Festival of Love                                            Heini Kronberger & Mary Marriott
GLCD 5115    3   Wedgewood Blue                                                       Albert Ketèlbey
GLCD 5115    4   Neapolitan Serenade                                                  Gerhard Winkler
GLCD 5115    5   In a Chinese Temple Garden                                           Albert Ketèlbey
GLCD 5115    6   Wedding March in Midget Land                                         Siegfried Translateur
GLCD 5115    7   Sparrows' Concert -Intermezzo                                        Erich Börschel
GLCD 5115    8   April Day                                                            Barry Tattenhall
GLCD 5115    9   Busy Business                                                        Frederick George Charrosin
GLCD 5115   10   The Ballet Dancer                                                    Wilfred Burns
GLCD 5115   11   Tequila - Paso Doble                                                 Philip Green
GLCD 5115   12   Wild Goose Chase                                                     George Crow
GLCD 5115   13   Cutty Sark                                                           Charles Williams
GLCD 5115   14   Serenade to a Mannequin                                              Charles Williams
GLCD 5115   15   Highdays and Holidays                                                Peter Yorke
GLCD 5115   16   Salute to Speedway                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5115   17   Jack and Jill - Miniature Overture                                   Henry Croudson
GLCD 5115   18   Palace of Variety                                                    Claud Vane
GLCD 5115   19   Sportsman's Luck                                                     John Bath
GLCD 5115   20   Sabre Jet                                                            David Hart
GLCD 5115   21   Big Dipper                                                           Claud Vane
GLCD 5115   22   Sketch Of A Dandy                                                    Haydn Wood
GLCD 5115   23   Flight of the Toy Balloon                                            Art Strauss & Robert Dale
GLCD 5115   24   Travel Centre                                                        Kenneth Essex
GLCD 5115   25   Sleepy Grasshopper                                                   Ray Hartley
GLCD 5115   26   Typical Teenager                                                     Gerald Crossman
GLCD 5115   27   Harlequin's Flirtation                                               Louis Mordish
GLCD 5116    1   Down The Mall                                                        John Belton, alias Tony Lowry & Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5116    2   Bitter Sweet Waltz (I'll See You Again)                              Noel Coward
GLCD 5116    3   Pony                                                                 Josef Rixner
GLCD 5116    4   Happy' Selection intro: I Want To Be Happy, Happy Days Are Here Again, Happy
GLCD 5116    5   La Paloma                                                            Sebastian de Yradier
GLCD 5116    6   Chinese Street Serenade                                              Ludwig Siede arr. Crook
GLCD 5116    7   Badinage                                                             Victor Herbert
GLCD 5116    8   Squirrel Dance                                                       H. Elliott Smith
GLCD 5116    9   Kismet                                                               Erich Börschel
GLCD 5116   10   Ice Rink Selection' intro: Skaters Waltz, Wine Women And Song, Casino Tanz, Artist's Life, Count Of Luxembourg, Valse Septembre
GLCD 5116   11   In Town Tonight ('Knightsbridge' from 'London Suite')                Eric Coates
GLCD 5116   12   Chinese Legend                                                       Hermann Schulenburg arr. Etlinger
GLCD 5116   13   Fingerprints                                                         Harry Engleman
GLCD 5116   14   A Bouquet Of Flowers' intro: Won't You Buy My Pretty Flowers, Valse Des Fleurs, Roses Of The South, Hearts And Flowers, Wedding Of
GLCD 5116   15   Donna Juanita ' Paso Doble                                           Wilhelm Gabriel
GLCD 5116   16   Shadowsplay (Schattenspiele)                                         Herbert Küster
GLCD 5116   17   Ecstasy Waltz                                                        Sidney Baynes
GLCD 5116   18   Procession Of The Sirdar (from 'Caucasian Sketches')                 Mikhail Mikhailovich Ippolitov-Ivanov, arr. Herman Finck
GLCD 5116   19                                                                        John Day,
                 Mr. Whittington ' Selection: Intro - Oceans Of Time, Whoops For The Derby W. Green, Jack Waller, Joseph Tunbridge
GLCD 5116   20   BONUS TRACK: RARE EXPERIMENTAL STEREO FROM 1934
GLCD 5117    1   Soldiers In The Park                                                 Hopwood, Lionel Monckton
GLCD 5117    2   El Relicario                                                         Jose Padilla
GLCD 5117    3   Acclamations Waltz                                                   Emil Waldteufel
GLCD 5117    4   A Japanese Carnival                                                  Andre de Basque, alias Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5117    5   Coronation Bells                                                     Partridge
GLCD 5117    6   The Syncopated Clock                                                 Leroy Anderson, arr. Lang
GLCD 5117    7   Dance Of The Tumblers - from 'The Snow Maiden'                       Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. O'Donnell
GLCD 5117    8   Royal Air Force March Past                                          Walford Davies
GLCD 5117    9   Frog King's Parade                                                  Heini Kronberger, Mary Marriott
GLCD 5117   10   Golliwog's Cakewalk - from 'Children's Corner' Suite                Claude Debussy
GLCD 5117   11   Parade Of The Puppets                                               Kühne
GLCD 5117   12   London Bridge March                                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5117   13   Malaguena - from 'Boabdil'                                          Moszowski, arr. Lake
GLCD 5117   14   The Little Clock On The Mantle - Characteristic Piece               Wheeler
GLCD 5117   15   Auersperg March                                                     Carl Michael Ziehrer
GLCD 5117   16   Fiesta Paso Doble                                                   Caneva, McAllister
GLCD 5117   17   An American Folk Rhapsody                                           Clare Grundman
GLCD 5117   18   The Gay Cavalier                                                    Jack Beaver
GLCD 5117   19   Dainty Lady                                                         D. Wright, arr. Arthur J. Wood
GLCD 5117   20   Mariquita                                                           Roger Barsotti
GLCD 5117   21   Three Jolly Sailormen                                               Edrich Siebert
GLCD 5117   22   Military Waltz                                                      Archibald Joyce
GLCD 5117   23   The Merry Musicians                                                 Hans Mainzer
GLCD 5117   24   Cornet Carillon                                                     Ronald Binge
GLCD 5117   25   Andreas Hofer March                                                 Karl Komzak
GLCD 5118    1   Castles In The Air                                                  Kenneth Essex, alias Rufus Isaacs
GLCD 5118    2   Swing-Hoe                                                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5118    3   Valse Serenade                                                      Stanford Robinson
GLCD 5118    4   Venezuela                                                           Larry Coleman, Alfredo Corenzo
GLCD 5118    5   Parlour Game                                                        Ray Martin
GLCD 5118    6   Penny Whistle Song                                                  Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5118    7   London March                                                        George Melachrino
GLCD 5118    8                                                                       Philip Green
                 Song of Soho: Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra (from the film 'Murder Without Crime')
GLCD 5118    9   Dickon O'Devon                                                      John Holliday
GLCD 5118   10   Effervescence                                                       Edward White
GLCD 5118   11   Pizzicato Rag                                                       Malcolm Lockyer
GLCD 5118   12   Rhythm For Romance                                                  Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5118   13   Target For Tonight - Theme from the Film                            Leighton Lucas
GLCD 5118   14   Automation                                                          Hugo de Groot
GLCD 5118   15   There Is A Tavern In The Town - Juke Box Fantasy                    Melachrino
GLCD 5118   16   The Girl From Cuba                                                  William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5118   17   Serbian Sunset                                                      Anita Mishell
GLCD 5118   18   Atlantis                                                            Edward Stanelli alias Edward Stanley de Groot
GLCD 5118   19   Secrets                                                             Charles Ancliffe
GLCD 5118   20   This Is The Business                                                Lambert Williamson
GLCD 5118   21                                                                       Robert Stolz
                 Selection of Popular Melodies: Don't Ask Me Why, Springtime In Vienna, White Horse Inn, Hallo! Sweet Fairy Doll, Hallo You,
GLCD 5119    1   Say It With Music                                                   Irving Berlin
GLCD 5119    2   That Old Black Magic                                                Harold Arlen
GLCD 5119    3   Song Of The Barefoot Contessa (My Gypsy Heart)                      Mario Nascimbene
GLCD 5119    4   White Wedding                                                       Edward White
GLCD 5119    5   Sandpaper Ballet                                                    Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5119    6   Sur Le Pavé (Pavements Of Paris)                                    Georges Auric
GLCD 5119    7   Out Of The Clouds - theme from the film                             Richard Addinsell, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5119    8   Manhattan                                                           Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5119    9   Without My Lover                                                    Philippe-Gérard, real name Philippe Bloch
GLCD 5119   10   Rainfall                                                            Eddie Heywood
GLCD 5119   11   The Toy Shop Window                                                 Roger Roger
GLCD 5119   12   Barbara                                                             Frank Perkins
GLCD 5119   13   Eleanora                                                            D. Arendo, real name Arend Honhoff2
GLCD 5119   14   Easy Street                                                         Len Stevens
GLCD 5119   15   Wagon Trail (featured in the film 'Golden Ivory')                   Philip Green
GLCD 5119   16   Starlight Lullaby                                                   Vercolier
GLCD 5119   17   If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You                               Arthur Schwartz, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5119   18   A Kid For Two Farthings - theme from the film                          Benjamin Frankel, arr. Wally Stott
GLCD 5119   19   Savoir Faire                                                           Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5119   20   Waltz In Water Colours                                                 George Melachrino
GLCD 5119   21   Port of Spain                                                          Arden E. Clar
GLCD 5119   22   Waltz Dream (Ein Walzertraum)                                          Oscar Straus
GLCD 5119   23   En Route                                                               Robert Farnon
GLCD 5119   24   Big Ben Waltz                                                          Francis Meillear, real name Frank Cordell
GLCD 5119   25   Holiday In Hollywood                                                   Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Berry
GLCD 5119   26   Till The Clouds Roll By                                                Jerome Kern, P.G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5119   27   Prelude to Peace                                                       Joyce Cochrane
GLCD 5120    1   Holiday For Strings                                                    David Rose
GLCD 5120    2   Coronation Scot                                                        Vivian Ellis
GLCD 5120    3   Serenata                                                               Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5120    4   Portrait Of A Flirt                                                    Robert Farnon
GLCD 5120    5   Mad About The Boy                                                      Noel Coward
GLCD 5120    6   In Party Mood                                                          Jack Strachey
GLCD 5120    7   Gracious Gown                                                          George Melachrino
GLCD 5120    8   Bubbling Over (Gardebylaten)                                           H. Olsson, Percy Faith
GLCD 5120    9   Vanity Fair                                                            Anthony Collins
GLCD 5120   10   In A Persian Market                                                    Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5120   11   Vilia                                                                  Franz Lehar
GLCD 5120   12   Brief Interlude                                                        Bernie Wayne
GLCD 5120   13   Wooden Shoes                                                           Victor Herbert
GLCD 5120   14   My Love To You                                                         Percy Eastman Fletcher
GLCD 5120   15   Serenade No. 1 (Ständchen)                                             Jonny Heykens
GLCD 5120   16   Wedding Of The Rose                                                    Leon Jessel
GLCD 5120   17   An American In Paris                                                   George Gershwin
GLCD 5120   18   Say It Isn't So                                                        Irving Berlin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5120   19   Four Centuries' Suite : Rhythm 20th Century                            Eric Coates
GLCD 5120   20   Holiday Spirit                                                         Clive Richardson
GLCD 5120   21   Outward Bound
GLCD 5120   22   London Fantasia                                                        Clive Richardson
GLCD 5121    1   Horse Guards 'Whitehall (from 'London Landmarks' Suite)                Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    2   Joyousness - Concert Waltz (from 'Moods' Suite)                        Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    3   Laughing Cavalier                                                      Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    4   Longing                                                                Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    5   Roses Of Picardy                                                       Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    6   Seville (from 'Cities of Romance' Suite)                               Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    7                                                                          Haydn
                 The Seafarer, 'A Nautical Rhapsody' - Intro: Hulla Balloo Balay, Rio Grande Wood
GLCD 5121    8   Montmartre (from 'Paris' Suite)                                        Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121    9   Nelson's Column - Overture (from 'London Landmarks' Suite)             Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   10   Soliloquy                                                              Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   11   Homage March                                                           Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   12   Bird Of Love Divine                                                    Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   13   Vienna (from 'Frescoes' Suite)                                         Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   14   Mannin Veen (Dear Isle Of Man)                                         Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   15   Caprice (from 'Moods' Suite)                                           Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   16   Tower Hill (from 'London Landmarks' Suite)                             Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   17   I Hear You Calling Me                                                  Charles Marshall arr. Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   18   Torch Of Freedom ' Grand March '                                       Haydn Wood
GLCD 5121   19                                                                           Of The Sea')
                 Stanford Rhapsody (Founded on Sir Charles Villiers Stanford's 'SongsHaydn Wood
GLCD 5122    1   Grasshoppers' Dance                                                    Ernest Bucalossi
GLCD 5122    2   Narcissus (from 'Water Scenes')                                        Ethelbert Nevin arr. Myddleton
GLCD 5122    3   Espana Waltz                                                           Emmanuel Chabrier
GLCD 5122    4   March Review Medley                                                    arr. Carl Woitschach
GLCD 5122    5   Ke-Sa-Ko (also known as 'Japanese Intermezzo')                         M. Chapuni
GLCD 5122    6   Aisha                                                                 Lindsay
GLCD 5122    7   In The Shadows                                                        Herman Finck
GLCD 5122    8   Leslie Stuart Memories
GLCD 5122    9   Fairies Gavotte, The                                                  Kohn
GLCD 5122   10   Rustle Of Spring                                                      Christian Sinding
GLCD 5122   11   My Lady Dainty ' Graceful Dance                                       Hesse
GLCD 5122   12   Pierrette                                                             Cecile Chaminade
GLCD 5122   13   The Three Bears ' A Fantasy                                           Eric Coates
GLCD 5122   14   Gipsy Suite' Allegro (The Dance)                                      Edward German
GLCD 5122   15   Salut D'Amour                                                         Edward Elgar arr. Artok
GLCD 5122   16   Yankiana - American Suite                                             T.W. Thurban
GLCD 5122   17   Welcome Vienna Selection
GLCD 5122   18   Follow A Star ' Overture                                              Vivian Ellis
GLCD 5122   19   Aunt Sally Selection: You Ought To See Sally On Sunday, If I Had Napoleon's Hat,
GLCD 5123    1   Carousel Waltz (from 'Carousel')                                      Richard Rodgers, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5123    2   The Blue Room (from 'The Girl Friend')                                Rodgers & Hart, arr. William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5123    3   Lover (from 'Love Me Tonight')                                        Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123    4   Some Enchanted Evening (from 'South Pacific')                         Rodgers & Hammerstein, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5123    5   Song Of The High Seas (from 'Victory At Sea' television series)       Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5123    6   My Funny Valentine (from 'Babes In Arms')                             Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123    7   The Lady Is A Tramp (from 'Babes In Arms')                            Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123    8   Falling In Love With Love (from 'The Boys From Syracuse')             Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123    9   Little Girl Blue (from 'Jumbo')                                       Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123   10   Surrey With The Fringe On Top (from 'Oklahoma!')                      Rodgers, Hammerstein
GLCD 5123   11   Beneath The Southern Cross (from 'Victory At Sea')                    Richard Rodgers, arr. Russell Bennett
GLCD 5123   12   March Of The Siamese Children (from 'The King And I')                 Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5123   13   It's Easy To Remember (from 'Mississippi')                            Rodgers & Hart, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5123   14   Wait Till You See Her (from 'By Jupiter' 'aka' 'All's Fair')          Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123   15   It Might As Well Be Spring (from 'State Fair')                        Rodgers, Hammerstein
GLCD 5123   16   Down By The River (from 'Mississippi')                                Rodgers & Hart, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5123   17   Bewitched (from 'Pal Joey')                                           Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123   18   Spring Is Here ' title song                                           Rodgers, Hart
GLCD 5123   19   Guadalcanal March (from 'Victory at Sea')                             Richard Rodgers, arr. Robert Russell Bennett
GLCD 5123   20   Richard Rodgers Suite: Dancing On The Ceiling, Johnny One Note, With A Song In My Heart, The Girl Friend, There's A Small Hotel, Tho
GLCD 5124    1   Dizzy Fingers                                                         Zes Confrey
GLCD 5124    2                                                                         Heinz de Vienne')
                 Intermezzo ' Theme from the Film (UK title 'Escape to Happiness') ('SouvenirProvost
GLCD 5124    3   Delicado                                                              Waldir Azevedo
GLCD 5124    4   Dancing On The Ceiling                                                Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5124    5   Possession from the suite 'Perfume Set To Music'
GLCD 5124    6   The Good Earth                                                        Charles Williams
GLCD 5124    7   Covered Wagon                                                         Sidney Torch
GLCD 5124    8   Fair Day                                                              Hamilton Harty
GLCD 5124    9   Over The Rainbow (from 'The Wizard Of Oz')                            E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
GLCD 5124   10   Majorca (also known as 'Midinette')                                   Gaste, Bonnett
GLCD 5124   11   Tango Capriccioso                                                     Charles Nissen, Eddie Cassen, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5124   12   Alt Wein                                                              Richard Rossmayer
GLCD 5124   13   This Modern Age                                                       Len Stevens
GLCD 5124   14   The Blue Scarecrow                                                    Norbert Ludwig
GLCD 5124   15   Am I In Love                                                          Nicholas Acquaviva, Ted Varnick
GLCD 5124   16   Always Late But Lovely                                                Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5124   17   The Breeze And I ('Andalucia' from the Andalucia Suite)               Ernesto Lecuona
GLCD 5124   18   Time On My Hands                                                      Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5124   19   Dusky Aristocrat                                                      Norman Whiteley
GLCD 5124   20   Stephanie Gavotte                                                     Alphons Czibulka
GLCD 5124   21   March Of The Toys (from 'Babes in Toyland')                           Victor Herbert, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5124   22   Grand Vista from 'Title Music'                                        Featured Composer: LEONARD TREBILCO
GLCD 5124   23   High Heels                                          Leonard Trebilco as 'Trevor Duncan'
GLCD 5124   24   Posterity                                           Leonard Trebilco as 'Trevor Duncan'
GLCD 5124   25   Lady In Love                                        Leonard Trebilco as 'Steve Bretton'
GLCD 5124   26   BONUS TRACK - Backstreet , from Pictures In A Fog   Leonard Trebilco as 'Trevor Duncan'
GLCD 5125    1   Playtime                                            Robert Farnon
GLCD 5125    2   Children's Hour                                     Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5125    3   Clockwork Clown                                     Edward White
GLCD 5125    4   Playbox                                             Frederick George Charrosin
GLCD 5125    5   Peter Pan                                           Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5125    6   Tinkerbell                                          Angela Morley
GLCD 5125    7   Little Boy Blue                                     Henry Croudson
GLCD 5125    8   Hide and Seek 'Children's Playtime Suite            Joseph Engleman
GLCD 5125    9   Marbles 'Children's Playtime Suite                  Joseph Engleman
GLCD 5125   10   Pick a Back 'Children's Playtime Suite              Joseph Engleman
GLCD 5125   11   Ring O'Roses 'Children's Playtime Suite             Joseph Engleman
GLCD 5125   12   Children In The Park: Dancing for Joy               Duncun
GLCD 5125   13   Dance of the Blue Marionettes                       Clair
GLCD 5125   14   Fun Fair                                            Ray Martin
GLCD 5125   15   The Dancer At The Fair                              John Fortis
GLCD 5125   16   Helter Skelter                                      Kenneth Essex, real name Rufus Isaacs
GLCD 5125   17   Jolly Juggler                                       Vivian Ellis
GLCD 5125   18   In The Circus: Cowboy's Horsemanship                J. Armandola
GLCD 5125   19   Clowneries                                          Roger Roger
GLCD 5125   20   Model Railway                                       Charles Williams
GLCD 5125   21   Time For Fun And Games                              Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5125   22   Five o' Clock Tea In The Dolls' House               W. Rosen
GLCD 5125   23   Skippy                                              Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5125   24   The Music Lesson                                    Charles Williams
GLCD 5125   25   Parade of the Gnomes                                Kennedy Russell
GLCD 5125   26   Toytown Parade                                      A. Ferraris
GLCD 5125   27   Children's Overture                                 Roger Quilter
GLCD 5126    1   Don't Blame Me                                      Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
GLCD 5126    2   Dance Of The Three Old Maids                        Reginald Porter-Brown
GLCD 5126    3   All The Things You Are                              Jerome Kern
GLCD 5126    4   Last Rhapsody - Theme from                          Reynell Wreford
GLCD 5126    5   Skeleton In The Cupboard                            Arnold Steck, real name Leslie Statham
GLCD 5126    6   Today And Every Day                                 Sue Terry, Eileen Sears
GLCD 5126    7   High And The Mighty Film Theme                      Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington
GLCD 5126    8   Valse Des Folies                                    B.C. Hilliam
GLCD 5126    9   The Elephants' Tango                                Bernard Landes
GLCD 5126   10   Latin Lady                                          Harry Michaels, Sherman Feller
GLCD 5126   11   Elaine (from film 'Violettes Imperiales')           Fr. Lopez
GLCD 5126   12   Goodbye John                                        Alec Wilder
GLCD 5126   13   Huckleberry Finn                                    Richard Hayman
GLCD 5126   14   Margot's Minuet                                     Gus Mortimer, Ted Gilbert, Sydney Norman
GLCD 5126   15   Somewhere Beyond The Stars
GLCD 5126   16   Song Of The Maggie (from film 'The Maggie')         John Addison, Jack Fishman
GLCD 5126   17   Stranger Than Fiction (The Big Guitar)              Howard Shaw, real name Malcolm Lockyer
GLCD 5126   18   Buglers' Holiday                                    Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5126   19   Laughing Violin                                     Kai Mortensen
GLCD 5126   20   First Theme                                         Joe Henderson
GLCD 5126   21   Lulworth Cove                                       Charles Shadwell
GLCD 5126   22   Valse Vanite                                        Rudy Wiedoeft
GLCD 5126   23   Allah's Holiday                                     Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5126   24   Hejre Kati                                          Jeno Hubay
GLCD 5126   25   Second Rhapsody                                     George Gershwin
GLCD 5127    1   Begin The Beguine from 'Jubilee' - 1935                             Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    2   Night And Day from 'The Gay Divorce' - 1932                         Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    3   I Concentrate On You from'Broadway Melody of 1940'                  Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    4   Just One Of Those Things from Jubilee'- 1935                        Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    5   I Love Paris from 'Can-Can' - 1953                                  Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    6   All Through The Night from 'Anything Goes' - 1934                   Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    7   Anything Goes, You're The Top (from 'Anything Goes' -1934)          Cole Porter
GLCD 5127    8                                                                       Cole Porter
                 Kiss Me Kate' (1948) Another Opening Another Show, So In Love, Wunderbar
GLCD 5127    9   C'est Magnifique from 'Can-Can' - 1953                              Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   10   Easy To Love from 'Born To Dance' - 1936                            Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   11   I Get A Kick Out Of You from 'Anything Goes' - 1934                 Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   12   I Love You (from 'Mexican Hayride' - 1944)                          Cole Porter - arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5127   13   I've Got You Under My Skin from 'Born To Dance' - 1936              Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   14   In The Still Of The Night from 'Rosalie' - 1937                     Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   15   Love For Sale from 'The New Yorkers' - 1930                         Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   16   Wunderbar from 'Kiss Me Kate' - 1948                                Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   17                                                                       Cole And Dream' - 1930, from Fifty Million Frenchmen
                 What Is This Thing Called Love? You Do Something To Me from 'Wake UpPorter
GLCD 5127   18   Blow, Gabriel, Blow from 'Anything Goes' - 1934                     Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   19                                                                       Cole Porter
                 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (from 'Something To Shout About' - 1942) - arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5127   20   Do I Love You? from 'Du Barry Was A Lady' - 1943                    Cole Porter
GLCD 5127   21                                                                       Cole Porter
                 Cole Porter Suite Night And Day, I Get A Kick Out Of You, My Heart Belongs To Daddy, In The Still Of The Night,
GLCD 5128    1   Calling All Workers                                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5128    2   The Band Plays                                                      Reed
GLCD 5128    3   Folie Bergere (from 'Three Light Pieces' suite)                     Percy Eastman Fletcher
GLCD 5128    4   White Horse Inn' Selection                                          Ralph Benatzky, Robert Stolz
GLCD 5128    5                                                                       G
                 The Haunted Ballroom - Waltz (from the ballet 'The Haunted Ballroom') eoffrey Toye
GLCD 5128    6   In An 18th Century Drawing Room                                     Raymond Scott
GLCD 5128    7   Tristesse (So Deep Is The Night)                                    Fryderyk Chopin, arr. Antonio Mario Melfi
GLCD 5128    8   Rendezvous                                                          Wilhelm Aletter
GLCD 5128    9   Adios, Conchita                                                     Manilla, real name Annunzio Mantovani
GLCD 5128   10   Be Honest With Me, You Rhyme With Everything That's Beautiful       Gene Autry, Fred Rose - Bert Reisfeld, Michael Stoner
GLCD 5128   11   Lisbon Story Selection                                              Harry Parr Davies
GLCD 5128   12   Gaily Through The World                                             Allan Macbeth
GLCD 5128   13   Bravada                                                             Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5128   14   Fascinatin' Manikin                                                 William Wirges
GLCD 5128   15   The Call                                                            Van Alstyne
GLCD 5128   16   Bunch Of Roses                                                      Ruperto Chapi, arr. Adolf Lotter
GLCD 5128   17   Valse Septembre                                                     Felix Godin
GLCD 5128   18   Memories of Spain                                                   Clive Richardson, Horatio Nicholls real name Lawrence Wright
GLCD 5128   19   Kwang Hsu - Japanese Intermezzo                                     Paul Lincke
GLCD 5128   20   Schön Rosmarin                                                      Fritz Kreisler, arr. Roberts
GLCD 5128   21   Ciribiribin                                                         Alberto Pestalozza
GLCD 5128   22   Tango                                                               Isaac Albeniz
GLCD 5128   23   Thousand And One Nights                                             Johann Strauss, arr. Ronnie Munro
GLCD 5128   24   Demande Et Reponse (from 'Petite Suite De Concert')                 Samuel Coleridge Taylor
GLCD 5128   25   Something In The Air' Selection                                     Manning Sherwin
GLCD 5128   26   Calling All Workers                                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5129    1   Beyond The Blue Horizon                                             Richard A. Whiting, W. Franke Harling, Leo Robin
GLCD 5129    2   Blue Star (theme from the TV series 'Medic')                        Victor Young, Edward Heyman
GLCD 5129    3   Blue Blues                                                          Helmut Zacharias, Gunther Franzke, Aldo Von Pinelli
GLCD 5129    4   Flying Colours                                                      Roger Barsotti
GLCD 5129    5   Out Of The Blue                                                     Robert Busby
GLCD 5129    6   Pink Lady Waltz                                                     Ivan Caryll, real name Felix Tilkins
GLCD 5129    7   Blue Skies                                                          Irving Berlin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5129    8   Royal Blue Waltz                                                    Lambrecht, real name Mantovani
GLCD 5129    9   The White Scarf                                                     Edgar Bainton
GLCD 5129   10   Blue Velvet                                                Joyce Cochrane, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5129   11   Mood Indigo                                                Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Barney Bigard
GLCD 5129   12   Blue Is The Night                                          Fred Fisher
GLCD 5129   13   Black Narcissus                                            Oliver Armstrong, real name Graham Whettam
GLCD 5129   14   Red Pagoda                                                 Philip Green
GLCD 5129   15   Blue Mink                                                  Peter Yorke
GLCD 5129   16   Blue Sapphire Tango                                        Bernard Monshin
GLCD 5129   17   Deep Purple                                                Mitchell Parish, Peter De Rose, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5129   18   The Black Mask Waltz                                       Carr
GLCD 5129   19   Blue Parakeet                                              Dominico Savino
GLCD 5129   20   Red Shawl                                                  Carr, Temple
GLCD 5129   21   Golden Fiction                                             Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Alfred Berry
GLCD 5129   22   Red River Jig                                              Arthur Benjamin
GLCD 5129   23   Red Lips                                                   Wilfred Burns, real name Bernard Wilfred Harris
GLCD 5129   24   Blues In The Night                                         Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen
GLCD 5129   25   Under A Blanket Of Blue                                    Marty Symes, Al J. Neiberg, Jerry Livingston
GLCD 5129   26   Blue Night                                                 Sidney Torch
GLCD 5129   27   Little Brown Jug ' Fantasy Ballet'                         Trad. arr. George Melachrino
GLCD 5130    1   Port-au-Prince                                             Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5130    2   Autumn Concerto                                            Camillo Bargoni, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5130    3   It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow                                 Irving Berlin, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5130    4   American Waltz                                             Peter de Rose, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5130    5   Manhattan Serenade                                         Louis Alter
GLCD 5130    6   Highway Patrol - Theme from the TV series                  Llewellyn
GLCD 5130    7   Spirito                                                    Van Orsouw
GLCD 5130    8   Cornflakes                                                 Sidney Norman, real name Norman ['Norrie'] William Paramor
GLCD 5130    9   Fiddlesticks                                               Albert McCarthy, Richard Freitas
GLCD 5130   10   Limehouse Blues                                            Douglas Furber, Philip Braham
GLCD 5130   11   Petticoats Of Portugal                                     Michael Durso, Mel Mitchell, Murl Kahn
GLCD 5130   12   Quiz                                                       Walter Stott
GLCD 5130   13   Toyshop Ballet                                             Annunzio Mantovani
GLCD 5130   14   Theme from 'The Proud Ones'                                Newman
GLCD 5130   15   Show Girl                                                  Edward White
GLCD 5130   16   Many Dreams Ago (from film 'Elephant Walk')                Franz Waxman, Mack David, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5130   17   Muriella                                                   Ray Martin
GLCD 5130   18   Desire Tango                                               Carl Niessan
GLCD 5130   19   Elaine                                                     Eddie Lisbona, Fine, arr. Johnny Gregory
GLCD 5130   20   Letter To Virginia                                         Constantin, Francis, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5130   21   The Forget-Me-Not Waltz                                    Sammy Mysels, arr. Johnny Gregory
GLCD 5130   22   Lily Watkins Theme (from film 'A Kid For Two Farthings')   Benjamin Frankel, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5130   23   The Bridge Of Love                                         James J. Kriegsmann, Douglas Walters
GLCD 5130   24   Tinkle Box Samba                                           Edward Rubach
GLCD 5130   25   Episode                                                    Fred Spielman
GLCD 5130   26   Song Of The Pearlfishers - Tango                           Heino Gaze, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5130   27   The Watermill                                              Tolchard Evans, arr. Johnny Gregory
GLCD 5130   28   Petite Ballerina                                           L. Singer
GLCD 5130   29   Fiddlers' Boogie                                           Malcolm Lockyer
GLCD 5131    1   Non Stop                                                   John Malcolm, real name Malcolm John Batt, arr. Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5131    2   Main Line                                                  Jack Beaver
GLCD 5131    3   Reach For The Sky Film Theme                               John Addison
GLCD 5131    4   Paris Metro                                                William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5131    5   Jockey On The Carousel                                     Robert Farnon & Philip Buchel
GLCD 5131    6   Side Car                                                   Herbert Spencer, Earle Hagen
GLCD 5131    7   Cycling Chimp                                              Bobby Pagan
GLCD 5131    8   Jogging Along                                              King Palmer
GLCD 5131    9   Canyon Canter                                              Leslie Begueley
GLCD 5131   10   Airways Suite - The Take-Off                           Len Stevens
GLCD 5131   11   Airways Suite - Clouds                                 Len Stevens
GLCD 5131   12   Airways Suite - Air Hostess                            Len Stevens
GLCD 5131   13   Airways Suite - Happy Landings                         Len Stevens
GLCD 5131   14   Travelling Along                                       Walter Stott
GLCD 5131   15   Walking On Ice                                         K. Leslie & W. Leslie, real names Kermit Levinsky & Walter Levinsk
GLCD 5131   16   Drifting On A Cloud                                    Alfonso D'Artega & Harry Syracuse
GLCD 5131   17   Skipping Along                                         Richard Hayman
GLCD 5131   18   Sleepwalker Of Amsterdam                               Johnny Steggerda
GLCD 5131   19   Merry Go Round (La Complainte de la Butte)             Jack Lawrence & Georges Van Parys
GLCD 5131   20   Donkey Doodle                                          Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5131   21   Waltzing Bugle Boy                                     Ray Martin, arr. Wally Stott
GLCD 5131   22   Flanagan's Mare                                        Stanton, real name Reginald Armitage, arr. Anthony Fones
GLCD 5131   23   Bicycle Belles                                         Sidney Torch
GLCD 5131   24   Blow The Horn                                          Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5131   25   Holiday Express                                        Dominico Savino
GLCD 5131   26   Hiker's Highway                                        F.G. Charrosin
GLCD 5131   27   Horse And Buggy                                        Roger Roger
GLCD 5131   28   Bob Sleigh                                             Eric Jupp
GLCD 5131   29   Night Train                                            Otto Cesana
GLCD 5131   30   Busy Street                                            King Palmer
GLCD 5131   31   Air Display                                            Gilbert Vinter
GLCD 5131   32   Spaceways                                              Jack Beaver
GLCD 5132    1   The Last Time I Saw Paris                              Jerome Kern
GLCD 5132    2   Mon Pays                                               Rossi, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5132    3   Continental Holiday                                    Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5132    4   La Strada' - 'Road' theme from the .lm                 Nino Rota
GLCD 5132    5   Malagueña                                              Ernesto Lecuona
GLCD 5132    6   French Leave                                           Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5132    7   Italian Street Song                                    Victor Herbert
GLCD 5132    8   Red Sombrero                                           Ronald Binge
GLCD 5132    9   Cachucha (from 'In Malaga')                            Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5132   10   Carnival Time                                          Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5132   11   Paris Fashions (Haute Couture)                         Roger Roger
GLCD 5132   12   Malaga                                                 Robert Farnon
GLCD 5132   13   Portuguese Washerwomen (Les Lavandieres de Portugal)   Andre Popp, Roger Lucchesi
GLCD 5132   14   C'Est Si Bon                                           Ange Eugene Betti, Jerry Seelen, Andre Hornez - arr. Jo Boyer
GLCD 5132   15   Masquerade In Madrid                                   Katty
GLCD 5132   16   Latin Quarter                                          Toots Thielemans
GLCD 5132   17   Spanish Gypsy Dance                                    Narro Pascual Marquina
GLCD 5132   18   Gioia Mia                                              Louis Castellucci
GLCD 5132   19   Gay Boulevard                                          Claude Yvoire
GLCD 5132   20   Folies Espagnoles                                      Robert Busby
GLCD 5132   21   Acrobatics                                             Fred Caphat, arr. Götz Höhne
GLCD 5132   22   Riviera Rhapsody                                       Arnold Steck, real name Leslie Statham
GLCD 5132   23   Fresh Breezes                                          Borchert
GLCD 5132   24   Siciliana - Serenata                                   Schmaltich
GLCD 5132   25   Music For The Nostalgic Traveller In France            arr. George Melachrino
GLCD 5133    1   Cocktails For Two                                      Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5133    2   Easy To Love                                           Cole Porter, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5133    3   Sweet Sue                                              Will Harris, Victor Young
GLCD 5133    4   They Can't Take That Away From Me                      George Gershwin, arr. Johnny Douglas
GLCD 5133    5   These Foolish Things                                   Jack Strachey, Harry Link, arr. Philip Green
GLCD 5133    6   Starlit Hour                                           Peter de Rose, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5133    7   Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup                          Anna Sosenko
GLCD 5133    8   The Song Is You                                        Jerome Kern, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5133    9   Should I Dream?                                                      George Siravo
GLCD 5133   10   I'll String Along With You                                           Al Dubin, Harry Warren
GLCD 5133   11   Unforgettable                                                        Irving Gordon, arr. Ray Martin
GLCD 5133   12   Lovelight                                                            Robert Harris, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5133   13   Last Night When We Were Young                                        Harold Arlen
GLCD 5133   14   Come Dance With Me                                                   George Blake, Richard Leibert, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5133   15   My Foolish Heart                                                     Victor Young
GLCD 5133   16   She's My Lovely                                                      Vivian Ellis, arr. Philip Green
GLCD 5133   17   Amor Amor                                                            Ruiz, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5133   18   Bread, Love And Dreams                                               Pane, Amore e Fantasia Nisa, Cini
GLCD 5133   19   I Love The Moon                                                      Paul A. Rubens
GLCD 5133   20   The Long Hours                                                       W.H. Hester, Sol Parker
GLCD 5133   21   Touch Of Your Hand                                                   Jerome Kern
GLCD 5133   22   Land Of Dreams                                                       Norman Gimbel, Eddie Heywood
GLCD 5133   23   Vision Of Delia                                                      Henry Croudson
GLCD 5133   24   You Were There, Dearest Love                                         Noel Coward, arr Roland Shaw
GLCD 5134    1   Northwards (from 'Four Ways' Suite)                                  Eric Coates
GLCD 5134    2   Flapperette                                                          Jesse Greer
GLCD 5134    3   Estudiantina - Waltz                                                 Émile Waldteufel
GLCD 5134    4   Pearl O' Mine - Lyrical Melody                                       Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5134    5   Laughing Marionette                                                  Walter Collins
GLCD 5134    6   Martial Moments
GLCD 5134    7   In A Clock Store                                                     Charles Orth
GLCD 5134    8   The Selfish Giant                                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5134    9   Lustspiel - Overture                                                 Adabert von Keler-Béla, arr. Adolf Lotter
GLCD 5134   10   Frog King's Parade                                                   Heini Kronberger, Mary Marriott
GLCD 5134   11   Lullaby Of The Leaves                                                Bernice Petkere
GLCD 5134   12   Parade Of The Tin Soldiers                                           Leon Jessel
GLCD 5134   13   Blues (from 'Dance Suite')                                           Eduard Künneke
GLCD 5134   14   In A Merry Mood                                                      Fritz Haringer
GLCD 5134   15   Dancing Clock                                                        Montague Ewing
GLCD 5134   16   Sunny Side Up' - film selection                                      Bud De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson
GLCD 5134   17   Raindrops - Pizzicati for Strings                                    T. de la Riviera
GLCD 5134   18   Teddy Bears' Picnic                                                  John W. Bratton
GLCD 5134   19   Monckton Melodies                                                    Lionel Monckton
GLCD 5135    1   March For Americans                                                  Ferdé Grofé
GLCD 5135    2   Stringopation                                                        David Rose
GLCD 5135    3   Over To You                                                          Eric Coates
GLCD 5135    4   The Old Clockmaker                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5135    5   Fascination                                                          F.D. Marchetti
GLCD 5135    6   World Of Tomorrow                                                    Jack Beaver
GLCD 5135    7   Turkish Patrol                                                       Michaelis
GLCD 5135    8   If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You (from 'Revenge With Music' )   Arthur Schwartz
GLCD 5135    9   Song Of Loyalty                                                      Eric Coates
GLCD 5135   10   Down With The Curtain                                                Charles Shadwell
GLCD 5135   11   Bali Ha'i (from 'South Pacific' )                                    Rodgers, Hammerstein arr. Carl Stevens
GLCD 5135   12   Traffic Boom                                                         Roger Roger
GLCD 5135   13   Song Of India                                                        Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5135   14   Surprise                                                             Richard Shores
GLCD 5135   15   Spellbound - theme from the film                                     Miklos Rozsa, arr. Wally Stott
GLCD 5135   16   Forty Second Street                                                  Harry Warren
GLCD 5135   17   Purple Wine                                                          Alan Green
GLCD 5135   18   Look Sharp Be Sharp                                                  Marlon Merrick
GLCD 5135   19   The Velvet Glove                                                     Harold Spina
GLCD 5135   20   The Piccolino                                                        Irving Berlin
GLCD 5135   21   Louisiana Hay Ride                                                   Arthur Schwartz, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5135   22   A Garden In The Rain                                               James Dyrenforth, Carroll Gibbons
GLCD 5135   23   What's The Rush                                                    Lou Snider
GLCD 5135   24   Forgotten Dreams                                                   Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5135   25   Tokay                                                              Noel Coward, arr. Roland Shaw
GLCD 5135   26   Front Page Story' - Theme from the film                            Michael Carr
GLCD 5135   27   Sport And Music                                                    Lothar Brühne
GLCD 5136    1   King Cotton                                                        John Philip Sousa
GLCD 5136    2   Melba Waltz (from the film 'Melba')                                Mischa Spoliansky, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5136    3   Blaze Away                                                         Abraham Holzmann, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5136    4   Absinthe Frappé                                                    Victor Herbert
GLCD 5136    5   Royal Standard                                                     Archibald Joyce
GLCD 5136    6   One Love                                                           David Rose
GLCD 5136    7   The Spirit Of Youth - March                                        Gilbert
GLCD 5136    8   Mayfair Cinderella                                                 Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5136    9   Oxford Street                                                      Eric Coates
GLCD 5136   10                                                                      Charles
                 The Young Ballerina (BBC TV's music for the famous Potters Wheel interlude) Williams
GLCD 5136   11   Proud And Free                                                     Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5136   12   Shadow Waltz (from film 'Gold Diggers of 1933')                    Harry Warren
GLCD 5136   13   Strings On Parade                                                  Ray Martin
GLCD 5136   14   Someday I'll Find You (from 'Private Lives')                       Noel Coward
GLCD 5136   15   Empire Builders March (from film 'Rhodes Of Africa')               Hubert Bath
GLCD 5136   16   Love's Roundabout (from film 'La Ronde')                           Oscar Straus
GLCD 5136   17   Out Of Town March                                                  Robert Farnon
GLCD 5136   18   Just The One I Adore                                               Gypsy Seydell Beal, Eddie Medel
GLCD 5136   19   Tom Marches On                                                     Clive Richardson
GLCD 5136   20   Mademoiselle de Paris                                              Paul Jules Durand, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5136   21   On The Quarter Deck                                                Kenneth J. Alford, real name Frederick Joseph Ricketts
GLCD 5136   22   Ziehrer Waltz Medley                                               Carl Michael Ziehrer
GLCD 5136   23   Battle March                                                       C.C. Moller
GLCD 5136   24   Family Album - Waltz (from 'Tonight at 8.30')                      Noel Coward
GLCD 5136   25   The Middy                                                          Kenneth J. Alford, real name Frederick Joseph Ricketts
GLCD 5136   26   Melody Of Love                                                     Hans Engelmann
GLCD 5136   27   Great Quest                                                        Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5137    1   Calling All Workers - excerpt                                      Eric Coates
GLCD 5137    2   Marche Lorraine                                                    Louis Ganne
GLCD 5137    3   The Dancing Years' - Selection from show (1939)                    Ivor Novello
GLCD 5137    4   The Floral Dance                                                   Katy Moss
GLCD 5137    5   Sleeping Beauty Waltz                                              Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
GLCD 5137    6   Pierrot Comes To Town                                              Sherman Myers, real name Montague Ewing
GLCD 5137    7   Lehar In The Ballroom                                              Franz Lehar
GLCD 5137    8   Toy Trumpet                                                        Raymond Scott
GLCD 5137    9   Girl Crazy - Selection                                             George Gershwin
GLCD 5137   10   Die Fledermaus - Waltz                                             Johann Strauss, arr. Ronnie Munro
GLCD 5137   11   Theatreland                                                        Jack Strachey
GLCD 5137   12   Sizilietta                                                         Franz Von Blon
GLCD 5137   13   Castles In Spain                                                   Charles W. Ancliffe
GLCD 5137   14   One Exciting Night - Selection from film (1944)                    Georges Boulanger and others
GLCD 5137   15   Fashionette                                                        Jack Glogan, Robert A. King
GLCD 5137   16   Moment Musical                                                     Franz Peter Schubert
GLCD 5137   17   Scarlet And Gold                                                   Lloyd Thomas
GLCD 5137   18   Softly Unawares                                                    Paul Lincke
GLCD 5137   19   Journey To A Star, No Love No Nothing                              both by Harry Warren, Leo Robin
GLCD 5137   20   Emperor Waltz                                                      Johann Strauss, arr. Ronnie Munro
GLCD 5137   21   Butterflies In The Rain                                            Sherman Myers, real name Montague Ewing
GLCD 5137   22   Bal Masque (from Two Parisian Sketches)                            Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5137   23   With Sword And Lance                                               Lance Starke
GLCD 5137   24   Turkey In The Straw                                              Trad. arr. Harry Davidson
GLCD 5137   25   Lady In The Dark - Selection from show (1941) also film (1944)   Kurt Weill, Ira Gershwin
GLCD 5137   26   Calling All Workers - excerpt                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5138    1   April In Paris                                                   Vernon Duke, arr. Michel Legrand
GLCD 5138    2   I'll Remember April                                              Don Raye, Gene de Paul, Pat Johnston
GLCD 5138    3   Tulips In Springtime                                             Rebekah Harkness, Tom Glazer
GLCD 5138    4   Springtime                                                       Walter Collins
GLCD 5138    5   Spring It Was                                                    John Bradford, Tony Romano
GLCD 5138    6   Spring Flowers                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5138    7   One Morning In May                                               Victor Schertzinger, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5138    8   June Bride                                                       Charles Kenbury, real name Dennis Berry
GLCD 5138    9   Heat Wave                                                        Irving Berlin
GLCD 5138   10   Summer Afternoon - Idyll                                         Eric Coates
GLCD 5138   11   Midsummer Gladness                                               Cecil Milner
GLCD 5138   12   Summertime In Venice (from the film 'Summer Madness')            Icini
GLCD 5138   13   Indian Summer                                                    Victor Herbert, arr. George Melachrino
GLCD 5138   14   Blue September                                                   Peter de Rose, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5138   15   Autumn Leaves                                                    Joseph Kosma
GLCD 5138   16   Autumn Serenade                                                  Peter de Rose
GLCD 5138   17   Lonely September                                                 Charles Hathaway
GLCD 5138   18   September Song                                                   Kurt Weill, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5138   19   In A November Garden                                             Victor Young
GLCD 5138   20   Snow Shadow                                                      Len Stevens
GLCD 5138   21   Snowfall                                                         Claude Thornhill
GLCD 5138   22   Sleigh Ride                                                      Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5138   23   Winter                                                           Horace Shepherd
GLCD 5138   24   A Christmas Fantasy
GLCD 5139    1   Kaleidoscope                                                     Artur Clemens Schreckenberger
GLCD 5139    2   Double Cross (theme from BBC TV series)                          Ernest Maxin, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5139    3   Ballet Of Madeira                                                Gregori, Freitas
GLCD 5139    4   Dance Of The Spanish Onion                                       David Rose
GLCD 5139    5   Cockney Girl                                                     George Melachrino
GLCD 5139    6   Fiesta                                                           Paul Stewart, real name Jack Coles
GLCD 5139    7   In Happy Mood                                                    Percival Mackey
GLCD 5139    8   Policeman's Holiday                                              Montague Ewing
GLCD 5139    9   Pavanne                                                          Morton Gould
GLCD 5139   10   Plaisir D'Amour                                                  Jean Paul Egide Martini -real name Johann Schwartzendorf- arr. F
GLCD 5139   11   Roses At Dawning                                                 Le Boy Kahn, Gus Kahn, Neil Moret
GLCD 5139   12   Legend                                                           Henry Croudson
GLCD 5139   13   Keep Moving                                                      Frederick George Charrosin
GLCD 5139   14   Sailors' Holiday                                                 Edgar Martell
GLCD 5139   15   Blue Devils                                                      Charles Williams, arr. Adolf Lotter
GLCD 5139   16   Oranges And Lemons                                               Traditional arr. Jack Byfield
GLCD 5139   17   Music for 'Rivers Of The North Of England' - Serene & Flowing    Lambert Williamson
GLCD 5139   18   Dance Of A Whimsical Elf                                         Haydn Wood
GLCD 5139   19                                                                     Orchestra')
                 Manx Dirk Dance (Reeaghyn-dy-vannin) (from 'Two Celtic Dances ForArnold Foster
GLCD 5139   20   Open Windows - Suite: Country Air                                Geoffrey Henman, orchestrated by Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5139   21   Open Windows - Suite: Butterflies                                Geoffrey Henman, orchestrated by Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5139   22   Open Windows - Suite: Song Of The Sinhalese                      Geoffrey Henman, orchestrated by Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5139   23   Open Windows - Suite: Dancing Sunlight                           Geoffrey Henman, orchestrated by Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5139   24   Music Of The People - England                                    Traditional arr. Gilbert Vinter
GLCD 5139   25   Here's To The Good Old Whisky                                    Traditional, arr. Clive Richardson
GLCD 5139   26   Oranges And Lemons                                               Traditional arr. Spike Hughes
GLCD 5139   27   Legion Patrol                                                    Jack Simpson
GLCD 5140    1   Kaleidoscope                                                     Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5140    2   Circus Polka                                                     Garfield de Mortimer - real name Trevor Boswell, Young
GLCD 5140    3   Bewitched                                                       Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5140    4   Bobbysox Bounce                                                 George Melachrino
GLCD 5140    5   Shadow Of A Man (theme from the film)                           Carr
GLCD 5140    6   Down The Solent - Overture                                      Felton Rapley
GLCD 5140    7   The Broken Horseshoe (theme from the film)                      Wilfred Burns
GLCD 5140    8   Sea Reivers (from 'Two Hebridean Sea Poems')                    Granville Bantock
GLCD 5140    9   Frenesi                                                         Alberto Borras Dominguez, Leonard Whitcup
GLCD 5140   10   Columbine                                                       Leighton Lucas
GLCD 5140   11   Oriental Dance                                                  Granville Bantock
GLCD 5140   12   Saluting Base                                                   Cecil Milner
GLCD 5140   13   Jay Walker                                                      Maurice Grew
GLCD 5140   14   Park Lane Serenade                                              Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5140   15   Ticker Tape                                                     Sidney Torch
GLCD 5140   16   Pioneer Trail                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5140   17   Intermission                                                    Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5140   18   Cigarette Girl                                                  Len Stevens
GLCD 5140   19   Skiddles                                                        Sherman Feller, arr. Robinson
GLCD 5140   20   A Pinch Of Salt                                                 G. Powell
GLCD 5140   21   Doreen                                                          Andrew Ackers, Sunny Skylar
GLCD 5140   22   Dagger Dance                                                    Victor Herbert
GLCD 5140   23   Pizzicato Tango                                                 Perry
GLCD 5140   24   Three Pieces from 'Woodland Sketches' Op.51 - In Autumn         Edward Alexander MacDowell
GLCD 5140   25   Three Pieces from 'Woodland Sketches' Op.51 - From Uncle Remus Edward Alexander MacDowell
GLCD 5140   26   Three Pieces from 'Woodland Sketches' Op.51 - By A Meadow Brook Edward Alexander MacDowell
GLCD 5140   27   The Duel                                                        Sidney Torch
GLCD 5140   28   The Four Horsemen                                               Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5140   29   Follow That Car                                                 Charles Williams
GLCD 5140   30   Inhumanity                                                      Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5141    1   Broad Horizon                                                   Trevor Duncan real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5141    2   Lovers In Paris                                                 Lou Logist
GLCD 5141    3   Alpine Festival                                                 Fred Hartley
GLCD 5141    4   Swiss Boy                                                       Cedric Dumont
GLCD 5141    5   Music for the Nostalgic Traveller in Italy                      arr. William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5141    6   The Italian Theme                                               Angelo Giacomazzi
GLCD 5141    7   Flamenco Love                                                   Larry Wagner
GLCD 5141    8   Portuguese Party                                                Gilbert Vinter
GLCD 5141    9   Majorca (Midinette)                                             Gaste, Bonnett
GLCD 5141   10   In The Mystic Land Of Egypt                                     Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5141   11   Oriental Bazaar                                                 Peter Yorke
GLCD 5141   12   Madagascar                                                      Richard Hayman
GLCD 5141   13   Tahiti Tango                                                    Ray Martin
GLCD 5141   14   Indian Mail - Descriptive                                       Lamothe
GLCD 5141   15   Chinese Serenade                                                Victor Herbert
GLCD 5141   16   Cuban Love Song                                                 Jimmy McHugh
GLCD 5141   17   Mexican Hat Dance (Jarabe Tapatio)                              Partichela, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5141   18   Street In Manhattan                                             Frank DeVol
GLCD 5141   19   Song Of Norway' - selection (based on melodies by Grieg)        Robert Wright, George Forrest
GLCD 5141   20   Three English Dances - No. 1                                    Roger Quilter
GLCD 5141   21   Three English Dances - No. 2                                    Roger Quilter
GLCD 5141   22   Three English Dances - No. 3                                    Roger Quilter
GLCD 5141   23   Journey's End                                                   Jack Beaver
GLCD 5142    1   Sunny Side Up                                                   De Sylva, Brown, Henderson - arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5142    2   Las Vegas                                                       Bert Kaempfert
GLCD 5142    3   Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White                             Luis Gugliemi, Jacques Larue, David Mack - arr. John Gregory, rea
GLCD 5142    4   Baffi                                                           Nino Ravasini
GLCD 5142    5   Clown On The Eiffel Tower                                       Jacques Strop, Dany Michel
GLCD 5142    6   My Friend Elizabeth                              Robert Katscher
GLCD 5142    7   Toot Sweet                                       Ira Lee
GLCD 5142    8   Red Cloak                                        Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5142    9   Bumps-a-Daisy                                    George Siravo
GLCD 5142   10   The Telegraph Operator And The Chorus Girl       Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5142   11   Pizzicato Waltz                                  Georges Boulanger
GLCD 5142   12   Easy On The Eyes                                 Marvin M. Wright
GLCD 5142   13   Vuelve                                           Noro Morales, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5142   14   Madame Pompadour                                 Jack Say, real name Jacques Ysaye
GLCD 5142   15   Starlight                                        Angela Morley
GLCD 5142   16   Party Dress                                      Tony Tamburello, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5142   17   Mischievous Mac                                  Ronald Binge
GLCD 5142   18   Holiday On The Road                              Peter (Gabriel Philippe) Pares, Roger Roger
GLCD 5142   19   Lido Fashion Parade                              Len Stevens
GLCD 5142   20   Flat Spin                                        Cyril Watters
GLCD 5142   21   Fairy Coach                                      Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5142   22   Practical Joker                                  Van Phillips
GLCD 5142   23   Bel Air                                          Frank Sterling, real name Dennis Berry
GLCD 5142   24   The Hansom Cab - London Transport Suite          Sidney Torch
GLCD 5142   25   Rosie The Red Omnibus - London Transport Suite   Sidney Torch
GLCD 5142   26   5.52 From Victorloo - London Transport Suite     Sidney Torch
GLCD 5142   27   My Last Love                                     Lewis, Cochrane
GLCD 5142   28   Prairie Duster                                   Mahlon Merrick
GLCD 5142   29   Orange                                           Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5142   30   Dance Of Fury                                    Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5143    1   Dance Of The Little Pink Horse                   Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5143    2   The Waltzing Cat                                 Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5143    3   My Dog Has Fleas                                 David Rose
GLCD 5143    4   The Donkey Serenade, introducing Sympathy        Rudolf Friml, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5143    5   Morning Canter                                   Arnold Steck, real name Leslie Statham
GLCD 5143    6   Nightingale                                      George Rosner, Fred Wise, Xavier Cugat, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5143    7   Fauns And Satyrs                                 Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5143    8   Mosquitos' Parade                                Howard Whitney
GLCD 5143    9   Dance Of The Three Blind Mice                    Donald Thorne
GLCD 5143   10   The Glow Worm                                    Paul Lincke
GLCD 5143   11   Flamingo                                         Ed Anderson, Ted Grouya, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5143   12   Lambs In Clover                                  Jack Strachey
GLCD 5143   13   Meadow Lark                                      King Palmer
GLCD 5143   14   Snake Charmer                                    Charles Williams
GLCD 5143   15   I Hear A Thrush At Eventide                      Charles Wakefield Cadman, arr. Cecil Milner
GLCD 5143   16   Peacock Patrol                                   Peter Barrington, real name Felton Rapley
GLCD 5143   17   Gilbert The Goose                                Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5143   18   Pelican Parade                                   Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5143   19   Skylark                                          Hoagy Carmichael, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5143   20   Butterfly Fantasy                                Eugene Ettore, arr. Mischa Michaeloff
GLCD 5143   21   Chicken Reel                                     Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5143   22   Bird Charmer                                     Robert Farnon
GLCD 5143   23   Tiger Tango                                      Clyde Hamilton real name Cyril Stapleton, Robert Earley real name
GLCD 5143   24   Bullfrog On A Spree                              Burton, George Liberace
GLCD 5143   25   March Of The Penguins                            Norman Richardson
GLCD 5143   26   The Frolicsome Hare                              H. Ashworth Hope
GLCD 5143   27   Frogs' Wedding                                   Karl Bell
GLCD 5143   28   Animal Antics                                    Colin Wark
GLCD 5144    1   Popgun Patrol                                    Frank Perkins
GLCD 5144    2   Dance Of The Marionettes                         Gilbert Vinter
GLCD 5144    3   Jack-in-a-Box                                    Alan Perry, real name Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5144    4   Hunt The Slipper                                     Roger Roger
GLCD 5144    5   Dance Of The Pirate                                  José Fontaine
GLCD 5144    6   Ourselves When Young                                 Robert Docker
GLCD 5144    7   The Magic Garden                                     Horace Shepherd
GLCD 5144    8   Teddy Bears' Picnic                                  John W. Bratton
GLCD 5144    9   A Fairy Ballet                                       Cecil White
GLCD 5144   10   Doll Dance                                           Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5144   11   Tales From A Fairy Book' Suite - Babes In The Wood   Josef Engleman
GLCD 5144   12   Tales From A Fairy Book' Suite - Rumpelstickins      Josef Engleman
GLCD 5144   13   Tales From A Fairy Book' Suite - Cinderella          Josef Engleman
GLCD 5144   14   Tales From A Fairy Book' Suite - Ali Baba            Josef Engleman
GLCD 5144   15   Parade Of The Imps                                   Callo Ecklebe
GLCD 5144   16   Sleepy Marionette                                    Charles Williams
GLCD 5144   17   Whipper-Snapper                                      Peter Yorke
GLCD 5144   18   Toyland Tattoo                                       Robert Farnon
GLCD 5144   19   See-Saw                                              Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5144   20   Nine Naughty Gnomes                                  Hans May, real name Johannes Mayer
GLCD 5144   21   Drummer Boy                                          Charles Williams
GLCD 5144   22   Marionette March                                     Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5144   23   Pirouette                                            Henry Croudson
GLCD 5144   24   Paper Hats And Wooden Swords                         Walter Collins
GLCD 5144   25   Golliwog On The Loose                                Len Stevens, full name Herbert Leonard Stevens
GLCD 5144   26   Pinocchio March                                      Julius Steffaro, real name Jan Stoeckart
GLCD 5144   27   Scherzetto For Children                              Fred Hartley
GLCD 5145    1   Sequoia                                              Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5145    2   Golden Highway                                       Len Stevens
GLCD 5145    3   Scenic Grandeur                                      Robert Farnon
GLCD 5145    4   Green                                                Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5145    5   October Mist                                         Ted Fiorito, Paul Francis Webster
GLCD 5145    6   Great Panorama                                       Alan Perry, real name Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5145    7   Whispering Pines                                     Mahlon Merrick
GLCD 5145    8   Pastoral Montage                                     Gideon Fagan
GLCD 5145    9   The Tall Ships                                       Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5145   10   Evening Mist                                         Salvatore 'Tutti' Camarata
GLCD 5145   11   Seascape                                             Tony Lowry
GLCD 5145   12   Quiet Countryside                                    Peter Yorke
GLCD 5145   13   Cloudland                                            Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5145   14   Hills Of Brecon                                      Charles Williams
GLCD 5145   15   Atlantic Crossing                                    Clive Richardson
GLCD 5145   16   Melody At Moonrise                                   Cyril Watters
GLCD 5145   17   Table Bay                                            Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5145   18   Open Skies                                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5145   19   Yacht Race                                           Jack Beaver
GLCD 5145   20   Still Waters                                         Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5145   21   Piper In The Heather                                 Frederick Peter Hargreaves
GLCD 5145   22   Forest Fantasy                                       Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5145   23   Arizona Sketches                                     Victor Young
GLCD 5146    1   Stringin' Along                                      Victor Young
GLCD 5146    2   Penthouse Serenade                                   Will Jason, Val Burton
GLCD 5146    3   Mam'selle Moderne                                    Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5146    4   Rainy Afternoon                                      Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5146    5   Heading For Home                                     Reginald King
GLCD 5146    6   A New Born Love                                      Giraud
GLCD 5146    7   Man In A Hurry                                       Ronald Binge
GLCD 5146    8   Wedding Of The Violins                               Leo Lefleur
GLCD 5146    9   Whirl Of The Waltz                                   Paul Lincke
GLCD 5146   10   Aperitif                                                                Fontaine, Speguel
GLCD 5146   11   Carioca                                                                 Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5146   12   Devotion                                                                Otto Cesana
GLCD 5146   13   Fresh Up                                                                Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Berry
GLCD 5146   14   By Heck                                                                 Gilbert L. Wolfe, Henry R. Stern
GLCD 5146   15   I'm In Love With Vienna                                                 Hammerstein, Strauss
GLCD 5146   16   Polka For Strings                                                       Emile Deltour, Fud Candrix
GLCD 5146   17   Gay Romance                                                             George Melachrino
GLCD 5146   18   Tentacion de Amor                                                       Xavier Cugat, Fausto Curbelo, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5146   19   Six Proud Walkers (Theme from the BBC TV serial)                        Ray Martin
GLCD 5146   20   Flight 101                                                              Vivian Ellis
GLCD 5146   21   Ballet Of The Bells                                                     Ray Martin
GLCD 5146   22   Zsa-Zsa                                                                 Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5146   23   The Frustrated Floorwalker                                              Frank Perkins
GLCD 5146   24   Bordeaux                                                                David Rose
GLCD 5146   25   Moomin                                                                  Robert Farnon
GLCD 5146   26   Bobby Sox                                                               George French
GLCD 5146   27   Apple Flap                                                              John Pi Scheffer
GLCD 5146   28   The Little Ballerina                                                    Guy Pierre Lafarge
GLCD 5147    1   The Dam Busters' Film Theme                                             Eric Coates
GLCD 5147    2   Jenny Wren                                                              Davis
GLCD 5147    3   Smiles 'N' Chuckles                                                     Robert Farnon
GLCD 5147    4   Amparito Roca                                                           Jaime Texidor
GLCD 5147    5   Flash Harry                                                             Ronald Binge
GLCD 5147    6   The Whistler And His Dog                                                Arthur Pryor
GLCD 5147    7   High School Cadets                                                      John Philip Sousa
GLCD 5147    8   Evensong                                                                Easthope Martin
GLCD 5147    9   Down The Mall                                                           John Belton, real names Tony Lowry and Douglas Brownsmith)
GLCD 5147   10   The Jolly Airman                                                        P. Beechfield-Carver
GLCD 5147   11   Sing As We Go                                                           Harry Parr-Davies
GLCD 5147   12   Eros In Piccadilly                                                      Jack Strachey
GLCD 5147   13   Knightsbridge (from 'London Suite')                                     Eric Coates
GLCD 5147   14   Die Bosniaken Kommen                                                    Eduard Wagnes
GLCD 5147   15   Music In The Park                                                       Joseph Bergeim
GLCD 5147   16   Royal Review                                                            Arnold Steck, real name Leslie Statham
GLCD 5147   17   Cockleshell Heroes' Film Theme                                          F. Vivian Dunn
GLCD 5147   18   With Sword And Lance                                                    Hermann Starke
GLCD 5147   19   Over The Sticks                                                         Edrich Siebert, real name Stanley Smith-Master
GLCD 5147   20   Golden Spurs                                                            Tony Lowry
GLCD 5147   21   El Charro                                                               James L. Tarver
GLCD 5147   22   The Great Little Army                                                   Kenneth J. Alford, real name Frederick Joseph Ricketts
GLCD 5147   23   New Post Horn Galop                                                     Roger Barsotti
GLCD 5147   24   March Of The Royal Air Forces Association                               A.E. Sims
GLCD 5147   25   Vindobona                                                               Karl Komzak
GLCD 5147   26   Prince Igor Ballet Dances                                               Borodin, arr. Sir Dan Godfrey
GLCD 5148    1                                                                           Jerome Kern
                 Look For The Silver Lining (from 'Sally'1920), They Didn't Believe Me (from 'The Girl From Utah'1914), Long Ago And Far Away (from film
GLCD 5148    2   Love Walked In (from 'The Goldwyn Follies' 1938)                        George Gershwin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5148    3   Why Was I Born (from 'Sweet Adeline' 1929)                              Jerome Kern
GLCD 5148    4   A Fine Romance (from film 'Swing Time' 1936)                            Jerome Kern, arr. Johnny Douglas
GLCD 5148    5                                                                           1947)
                 For You, For Me, For Evermore (from film 'The Shocking Miss Pilgrim' George Gershwin, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5148    6                                                                            Air'1932)
                 Who (from 'Sunny' 1925), I've Told Ev'ry Little Star (from 'Music In TheJerome Kern, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5148    7   Embraceable You (from 'Girl Crazy' 1930)                                George Gershwin
GLCD 5148    8   Fascinating Rhythm (from 'Lady Be Good' 1924)                           George & Ira Gershwin
GLCD 5148    9   Can't Help Singing (title song from 1944 film)                          Jerome Kern
GLCD 5148   10   Strike Up The Band (title song from 1927 musical)                       George Gershwin
GLCD 5148   11   Lovely To Look At' Film Selection                                       Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach
GLCD 5148   12   Liza (from 'Show Girl' 1929)                             George Gershwin, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5148   13   Long Ago And Far Away (from film 'Cover Girl' 1944)      Jerome Kern, arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5148   14   Rhapsody In Blue (1924)                                  George Gershwin
GLCD 5148   15   Can I Forget You (from 'High, Wide and Handsome' 1937)   Jerome Kern
GLCD 5148   16   The Way You Look Tonight (from film 'Swing Time' 1936)   Jerome Kern, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5148   17   George Gershwin Suite                                    Gershwin
GLCD 5149    1   The Show Goes On                                         Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5149    2   Broadway Melody                                          Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5149    3   The Film Opens (Eleventh Hour Melody)                    King Palmer
GLCD 5149    4   If I Had A Talking Picture Of You                        Buddy De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5149    5   News Theatre                                             Jack Beaver
GLCD 5149    6   Startime                                                 Eric Rogers
GLCD 5149    7   South Wales And West - Television March                  Eric Coates
GLCD 5149    8   Television Playhouse                                     Len Stevens, full name Herbert Leonard Stevens
GLCD 5149    9   Picture Parade                                           Jack Beaver
GLCD 5149   10   Curtain Time                                             Bob Haymes
GLCD 5149   11   Stars In My Eyes (from 'The King Steps Out')             Fritz Kreisler
GLCD 5149   12   Up With The Curtain                                      Jack Strachey
GLCD 5149   13   Back Stage                                               Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5149   14   Leading Lady                                             Edward White
GLCD 5149   15   Top Of The Bill                                          Jack Strachey
GLCD 5149   16   Chorus Girl                                              Claud Vane, real name Rufus Isaacs
GLCD 5149   17   The Man On The Flying Trapeze                            Alfred Lee, George Leybourne
GLCD 5149   18   It's In The Air - theme from the film                    Harry Parr-Davies
GLCD 5149   19   Floor Show                                               Len Stevens, full name Herbert Leonard Stevens
GLCD 5149   20   Lap Of Luxury                                            Angela Morley
GLCD 5149   21   Gay And Glamorous                                        Kenneth Essex, real name Rufus Isaacs
GLCD 5149   22   A Star Is Born                                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5149   23   ITMA Signature Tune                                      Michael North, arr. Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5149   24   The Spice Of Life                                        James Kennedy, Michael Carr, arr. Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5149   25   Radio Romantic                                           Sidney Torch, real name Sidney Torchinsky
GLCD 5149   26   South Bank                                               Paul Fenoulhet
GLCD 5149   27   Premiere                                                 Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard CharlesTrebilco
GLCD 5149   28   Melody Of The Stars                                      Peter Yorke
GLCD 5149   29   There's No Business Like Show Business                   Irving Berlin, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5150    1   String Fever                                             Rene Costy, Rene G.F. Heylbroeck
GLCD 5150    2   Poinciana                                                Nat Simon, Buddy Bernier
GLCD 5150    3   Scrub Brother Scrub                                      Ken Warner, full name Onslow Boyden Waldo Warner
GLCD 5150    4   The Epic Waltz (Theme of 'The Big Prevue Show')          R. Ellis, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5150    5   Fiddlin' The Blues                                       Sidney Schwartz
GLCD 5150    6   Windy Corner                                             Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5150    7   Pedrillo's Buggy Ride                                    Julius Steffaro, real name Jan Stoeckart
GLCD 5150    8   Tillie's Tango                                           James R. Mundy, Gladys Bruce
GLCD 5150    9   Stampede                                                 Johannes (Johnny) Steggerda
GLCD 5150   10   All Strings And Fancy Free                               Sidney Torch, birth surname Torchinsky
GLCD 5150   11   Why Shouldn't I                                          Cole Porter
GLCD 5150   12   El Relicario                                             Jose Padilla
GLCD 5150   13   Left Bank (C'est A Hambourg)                             Margueritte Angele Monnot, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5150   14   Caminito                                                 Gabino Coria Penaloza, Juan de Dios Filiberto
GLCD 5150   15   Busybody                                                 Billy Mayerl
GLCD 5150   16   Leap Year Waltz (from 'The Dancing Years')               Ivor Novello
GLCD 5150   17   Up With The Lark                                         Robert Busby
GLCD 5150   18   Tico Tico                                                Zequinha da Abreu
GLCD 5150   19   Dream Street                                             Mario Ruiz Armengol
GLCD 5150   20   By The River Sainte Marie                                Harry Warren, Edgar Leslie, arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5150   21   Pink Gin                                                 Peter Knight
GLCD 5150   22   Green Eyes                                                           Nilo Menendez, arr. John Gregory, real name Giovanni Gregori
GLCD 5150   23   Sneezing Violins                                                     Meredith Willson
GLCD 5150   24   I Want To Be Happy                                                   Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5150   25   Lotta Pizzicato                                                      Frank De Vol
GLCD 5150   26   Perfidia                                                             Alberto Dominguez
GLCD 5150   27   Cascade Of Stars                                                     Osmar Hector Maderna
GLCD 5150   28   Music Hall                                                           Roger Roger
GLCD 5151    1                                                                        Max Saunders
                 Fantasy On National Airs - Early One Morning, The Ash Grove,The Campbells Are Coming, Londonderry Air
GLCD 5151    2   Going Places                                                         Jackie Brown
GLCD 5151    3   Enchanted Isle                                                       Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5151    4   Mexican Interlude                                                    David Bee
GLCD 5151    5   Park Avenue Waltz                                                    William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5151    6   Cabaret Time In Paris (Selection)
GLCD 5151    7   Moon Of Manakoora                                                    Alfred Newman, Frank Loesser
GLCD 5151    8   El Rancho Grande (My Ranch)                                          Ramos
GLCD 5151    9   Streets Of New York                                                  Victor Herbert
GLCD 5151   10                                                                        Joyce Cochrane, arr. Laurie Johnson
                 Call Of The Casbah (theme from ITV serial 'Destination Downing Street')
GLCD 5151   11   Monte Carlo                                                          Whiting, Harding
GLCD 5151   12   Mediterranean Serenade                                               Alain Romans, Jacques Larue
GLCD 5151   13   Viennese Lantern Waltz (also known as Lights Of Vienna)              Juan R. Delgado
GLCD 5151   14   Southwest Territory                                                  Frank De Vol
GLCD 5151   15   Scherzo: Avignon (based on 'Sur Le Pont d'Avignon')                  trad, arr. Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5151   16   Adios Mexico                                                         Fred Hartley
GLCD 5151   17   Taj Mahal                                                            Robert Farnon
GLCD 5151   18   Fiesta Argentina                                                     Oliphant Chuckerbutty
GLCD 5151   19   Mediterranean Cruise                                                 Billy Mayerl
GLCD 5151   20   Cryin' For The Carolines                                             Harry Warren, Sam Lewis, Joe Young
GLCD 5151   21   The Poor People of Paris (La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean)               Marguerite Monnot
GLCD 5151   22   Irish Fantasy - Songs To Remember No. 4                              arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5151   23   Persian Nocturne                                                     Robert Stolz
GLCD 5151   24   London By Night                                                      Carroll Coates
GLCD 5151   25   Aarhus Tappenstreg (Aarhus Tattoo)                                   C.C. Moller
GLCD 5152    1   June Is Bustin' Out All Over from 'Carousel')                        Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5152    2   Glenn Miller Story' - Theme from the film                            Henry Mancini
GLCD 5152    3                                                                        Frank A Bushel And A Peck, If I
                 Guys and Dolls' Selection - Guys And Dolls, I've Never Been In Love Before,Loesser, arr. Roland ShawWere A Bell, I'll Know, Sit Down Yo
GLCD 5152    4   It's Only A Paper Moon (from the film 'Take A Chance' 1933)          Harold Arlen
GLCD 5152    5   Secret Love (from film 'Calamity Jane')                              Sammy Fain arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5152    6   Anastasia' - Theme from the film                                     Alfred Newman
GLCD 5152    7                                                                        Ivor Novello, arr, Sidney Torch
                 The Dancing Years' Selection - Waltz Of My Heart, Uniform,My Life Belongs To You, I Can Give You The Starlight, My Dearest Dear, Lea
GLCD 5152    8   As Time Goes By (featured in 'Casablanca')                           Herman Hupfeld, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5152    9   Old Devil Moon (from 'Finian's Rainbow)                              Burton Lane, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5152   10                                                                        Arthur
                 The Wedding Of The Painted Doll (from the film 'Broadway Melody' 1929) Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5152   11   The Song From 'The Moulin Rouge' (Where Is Your Heart)               Georges Auric, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5152   12   Show Me (from 'My Fair Lady')                                        Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe - arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5152   13   The Song From 'Desiree'                                              Alfred Newman - arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5152   14   Samson And Delilah' Film Theme                                       Victor Young
GLCD 5152   15   Dark Secret' - Theme Waltz from the film                             George Melachrino
GLCD 5152   16                                                                        Benjamin
                 Carriage and Pair, Long Forgotten Melody (from the film 'So Long At The Fair') Frankel
GLCD 5152   17   Obsession' - Themes from the film                                    Nino Rota
GLCD 5152   18   The Passionate Friends' Film music                                   Richard Addinsell, arr. Leonard Isaacs
GLCD 5152   19   The Card Ballet (from the film 'Let's Be Happy')                     Brodszky, Sendrey
GLCD 5153    1   Around The World (from 'Around The World In Eighty Days')            Victor Young
GLCD 5153    2   A Wonderful Guy (from 'South Pacific')                               Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5153    3   Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil)                                          Ary Barroso
GLCD 5153    4   The Trolley Song (from 'Meet Me In St. Louis')                       Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin - arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5153    5   Love Is A Many-Splendoured Thing (title song from the film)          Paul Francis Webster, Sammy Fain - arr. Annunzio Paolo Mantovan
GLCD 5153    6   Change Partners, Mandy                                             Irving Berlin
GLCD 5153    7   Tahiti : A Summer Night At Sea                                     Les Baxter
GLCD 5153    8   Harlem Nocturne                                                    Earle Hagen
GLCD 5153    9   Front Row Centre                                                   Joe Reisman
GLCD 5153   10   Street Scene                                                       Alfred Newman
GLCD 5153   11   Naughty Nautical                                                   Anthony Tamburello, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5153   12   There's No You                                                     Harold S. Hopper, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5153   13   Orchids In The Moonlight (Vincent Youmans, arr. Morton Gould)      Harold S. Hopper, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5153   14   Swinging Sweethearts (Skiffling Strings)                           Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5153   15   Sand In My Shoes                                                   Victor Schertzinger
GLCD 5153   16   Cornish Rhapsody (from the film 'Love Story')                      Hubert Bath
GLCD 5153   17   Lucky In The Rain (from 'As The Girls Go')                         Jimmy McHugh, Harold Adamson - arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5153   18   Gemini                                                             Hal Mooney
GLCD 5153   19   Pavement Pigalle                                                   Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5153   20   Canadian Sunset                                                    Eddie Heywood
GLCD 5153   21   Saraband                                                           Eddie Heywood
GLCD 5153   22   My Evening Star (based on Wagner's 'O Star Of Eve')                Ralph Sterling, Dorcas Cochran
GLCD 5153   23   La Seduccion                                                       Lara
GLCD 5153   24   Spring Madness                                                     Leo Shuken
GLCD 5153   25   The Song Is Ended                                                  Irving Berlin
GLCD 5154    1   Winged Messenger                                                   Charles Williams
GLCD 5154    2   Baden-Baden                                                        Raymond
GLCD 5154    3   Holiday For Trombones                                              David Rose
GLCD 5154    4   Jalopy                                                             Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5154    5   Just For Two                                                       Raymond S. Ellis, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5154    6   White                                                              Victor Young
GLCD 5154    7   Tales Of The Three Blind Mice                                      Ronald Binge
GLCD 5154    8   Shaftesbury Avenue                                                 Jack Strachey
GLCD 5154    9   The Boston Two Step                                                L.C. Everett
GLCD 5154   10   Vivaracho                                                          Clements
GLCD 5154   11   Twilight Reverie                                                   Temple Abady
GLCD 5154   12   Lady Of The Evening                                                Irving Berlin, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5154   13   Piano Playtime                                                     Robert Farnon
GLCD 5154   14   Domani                                                             Ulpio Minucci, Anthony Velona
GLCD 5154   15   Valse Bluette                                                      Riccardo Drigo
GLCD 5154   16   Banners Of Victory                                                 Roger Barsotti
GLCD 5154   17   That's All                                                         Bob Haymes
GLCD 5154   18   Ecstasy                                                            Otto Cesana
GLCD 5154   19   Swanee                                                             George Gershwin, Irving Caesar
GLCD 5154   20   Deep Night                                                         Charles E. Henderson, Rudy Vallee, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5154   21   Captain Of The Guard                                               William Patrick Donovan
GLCD 5154   22   La Muse Légère - March (The Younger Generation)                    Marius Constant
GLCD 5154   23   Alla Marcia (from 'Karelia' Suite, Op. 11)                         Jean Sibelius
GLCD 5154   24   Rustle Of Spring                                                   Christian Sinding, edited by Charles J. Woodhouse
GLCD 5154   25   Serenade                                                           Gabriel Pierne
GLCD 5154   26   Scherzo from 'Concerto Symphonique No. 4'                          Henry Litolff
GLCD 5154   27   The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town' - Desperate MomentKenneth Essex, real name Rufus Isaacs
GLCD 5154   28                                                                       No. 1
                 The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town' - Sinister Street Peter Franklyn, real name Robert Gill
GLCD 5155    1   I Dream Too Much                                                   Jerome Kern
GLCD 5155    2   The Boy Next Door (from 'Meet Me In St. Louis')                    Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane - arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5155    3   You Stepped Out Of A Dream                                         Gus Kahn, Nacio Herb Brown, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5155    4   Could It Be You                                                    Cole Porter, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5155    5   A Foggy Day                                                        George Gershwin, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5155    6   Central Park Romance                                               J. George Johnson
GLCD 5155    7   The Man I Love                                                     George Gershwin, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5155    8   Soft Lights And Sweet Music, They Say It's Wonderful               Irving Berlin
GLCD 5155    9   When I'm Not Near The Girl I Love (from 'Finian's Rainbow')       Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg
GLCD 5155   10   Shipboard Romance                                                 Joseph F. Kuhn
GLCD 5155   11   Enchantment                                                       Otto Cesana
GLCD 5155   12   The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful                        Billy Rose, Irving Kahal, Dana Suesse
GLCD 5155   13   Love Is Where You Find It                                         Nacio Herb Brown, Earl K. Brent
GLCD 5155   14   Temptation                                                        Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5155   15   Jealousy                                                          Jacob Gade, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5155   16   It Can't Be Wrong                                                 Max Steiner, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5155   17   Yours (Quiereme Mucho)                                            Gonzalo Roig, Agustin Rodriguez - arr. Mario Ruiz Armengol
GLCD 5155   18   Sur Ma Vie (In My Life)                                           Charles Aznavour
GLCD 5155   19   I'm In The Mood For Love                                          Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
GLCD 5155   20   All I Do Is Dream Of You                                          Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5155   21   The Kiss In Your Eyes                                             Richard Heuberger, arr. Eric Jupp
GLCD 5155   22   Too Marvellous For Words                                          Richard Whiting, Johnny Mercer
GLCD 5155   23   Besame Mucho (Kiss Me A Lot)                                      Sunny Skylar, Consuelo Velazquez
GLCD 5155   24   Why Do You Pass Me By (Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir)              Laurent Hess, Charles Trenet, Paul Misraki
GLCD 5155   25   People Will Say We're In Love                                     Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5155   26   Wedding Day                                                       Norrie Paramor
GLCD 5156    1   Vacances (Holiday Time)                                           Gérard Calvi
GLCD 5156    2   Candid Snap                                                       Frank Chacksfield
GLCD 5156    3   Picking Strings                                                   Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5156    4   Mimi                                                              Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5156    5   Carriage For Marriage                                             Ray Martin
GLCD 5156    6   Night Flight To Madrid                                            Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5156    7   Marionette                                                        Otto Cesana
GLCD 5156    8   Beware (Escale A Victoria)                                        Varel, Bailly, Savoy - arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5156    9   Running Off The Rails                                             Clive Richardson
GLCD 5156   10   Dream Of Tomorrow                                                 Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5156   11   A Song For Penelope                                               Norman Whiteley
GLCD 5156   12   Flight By Jet                                                     Angela Morley
GLCD 5156   13   Perpetual Emotion (from Symphony No. 5½ - 'A Symphony For Fun')   Don Gillis
GLCD 5156   14   Silver Fizz                                                       Earle H. Hagen, Herbert Spencer
GLCD 5156   15   Fashion Promenade                                                 Alan Perry, real name Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5156   16   Runaway Romance                                                   F. Andrini, Florian ZaBach
GLCD 5156   17   Enfin Le Printemps (Finally It's Spring)                          Margueritte Angele Monnot
GLCD 5156   18   Hollywood Freeway                                                 Norrie Paramor
GLCD 5156   19   Champagne Time                                                    George Cates
GLCD 5156   20   La Feria De Las Flores (The Flower Fair)                          Chucho Monje, arr. Mario Ruiz Armengol
GLCD 5156   21   El Cumbanchero                                                    Rafael Hernandez
GLCD 5156   22   Swizzlesticks                                                     Steve Kirk
GLCD 5156   23   Busybodies                                                        George Melachrino
GLCD 5156   24   Road Show                                                         Bob Haymes
GLCD 5156   25   How High The Moon                                                 Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis
GLCD 5156   26   Tandem Promenade                                                  Vic Reynaers
GLCD 5156   27   Tom Fool                                                          Van Phillips
GLCD 5156   28   Passe Ton Chemin (Pass Your Way)                                  Pierre Delanoe, Gilbert Becaud
GLCD 5156   29   Through The Town (Rythme Des Rues)                                Roger Roger
GLCD 5156   30   The Fiddling Bullfighter                                          Percy Faith
GLCD 5157    1   My Object All Sublime (from 'The Hot Mikado')                     William S. Gilbert, Sir Arthur Sullivan, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5157    2   Southern Holiday                                                  Felton Rapley
GLCD 5157    3   Take Me To Your Heart                                             Werner Müller
GLCD 5157    4   Three-Two-One-Zero                                                Al Carson - real name Norman William ('Norrie') Paramor
GLCD 5157    5   Pigalle                                                           Georges Koger, Georges Ulmer
GLCD 5157    6   Mannequin Melody                                                  Clive Richardson
GLCD 5157    7   A Letter To Three Wives' Film Music                               Alfred Newman
GLCD 5157    8   A Canadian In Mayfair                                             Angela Morley, as 'Wally Stott'
GLCD 5157    9   Thou Swell                                                              Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5157   10   Vendetta                                                                Ken Jones, Chris Armstrong - real name Ray Martin
GLCD 5157   11   Military Samba                                                          John McGregor
GLCD 5157   12   Let's Go Shopping                                                       Charles Williams
GLCD 5157   13   Concerto In Jazz                                                        Donald Phillips
GLCD 5157   14   Super Six                                                               Andy Thurlow, real name Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5157   15   Casbah                                                                  Angela Morley, as 'Wally Stott'
GLCD 5157   16   Polka Dot                                                               Eric Cook
GLCD 5157   17   Rahadlakum (from 'Kismet')                                              Alexander Borodin, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5157   18   The Happy Hippo                                                         Eric Winstone
GLCD 5157   19   The Three Bears - Fantasy                                               Eric Coates
GLCD 5157   20   Melody In Moccasins                                                     Wilfred Burns, real name Bernard Wilfred Harris
GLCD 5157   21   Fly Past                                                                Cecil Milner, full name Edward Cecil Milner
GLCD 5157   22   Worcester Beacon                                                        Horace Dann
GLCD 5157   23   St. Boniface Down                                                       Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5157   24   London Pride                                                            Noel Coward, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5158    1   That's Entertainment (from 'The Band Wagon')                            Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz - arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5158    2   Westminster Waltz                                                       Robert Farnon
GLCD 5158    3   Ruby (from the film 'Ruby Gentry')                                      Mitchell Parish, Heinz Roemheld, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5158    4   Waltzes from 'Count Of Luxembourg'                                      Franz Lehár
GLCD 5158    5   All My Life (Theme from film 'Eight O'Clock Walk')                      George Melachrino
GLCD 5158    6   This Can't Be Love (from the musical 'The Boys From Syracuse')          Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
GLCD 5158    7                                                                           Gus
                 I'll See You In My Dreams (featured in the film 'I'll See You in My Dreams') Kahn, Isham Jones, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5158    8   But Beautiful (from the film 'The Road To Rio')                         Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
GLCD 5158    9   All About Eve' Film Music                                               Alfred Newman
GLCD 5158   10   Blue Theme (featured in the film 'True Lies')                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5158   11   Love from the film 'Ziegfeld Follies') (                                Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
GLCD 5158   12   The Girl In Pink Tights' - Overture                                     Sigmund Romberg, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5158   13   This Heart Of Mine (from the film 'Ziegfeld Follies')                   Harry Warren
GLCD 5158   14   Time Was (original title Duerme)                                        M. Prado, B. Sancristobal - arr, Mario Ruiz Armengol
GLCD 5158   15   Here In My Arms (from the musical 'Dearest Enemy')                      Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5158   16   Buckle Down, Winsocki (from the musical 'Best Foot Forward')            Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane, arr. William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5158   17   Body and Soul (from the revue 'Three's A Crowd')                        Johnny Green
GLCD 5158   18   Make Believe (from the musical 'Show Boat')                             Jerome Kern
GLCD 5158   19                                                                           arr. William Hill-Bowen
                 Theme from the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 (featured in the film 'Brief Encounter')
GLCD 5158   20   Waltz For My Lady                                                       Frank Perkins
GLCD 5158   21   Inspiration Point                                                       Frank De Vol
GLCD 5158   22   Enchanted Night                                                         Leroy Holmes
GLCD 5158   23   Come Rain Or Come Shine (from the musical 'St Louis Woman')             Harold Arlen
GLCD 5158   24   Since You Went Away' Incidental Music from the film                     Max Steiner
GLCD 5159    1   Cross Country Tour                                                      Anthony Tamburello, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5159    2   Chansonette                                                             William Hill-Bowen
GLCD 5159    3   Polka Dots And Moonbeams                                                Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5159    4   Rotten Row                                                              Angela Morley
GLCD 5159    5   Stay With The Happy People, Violins From Nowhere                        Bob Hilliard, Jule Styne, Sammy Fain, Herbert Magidson - arr. Robe
GLCD 5159    6   Estrellita                                                              Manuel M. Ponce, arr. Ralph Sterling
GLCD 5159    7   March Of The Toys (from 'Babes In Toyland')                             Victor Herbert, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5159    8   By The Sleepy Lagoon                                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5159    9   Moonlight In Vermont                                                    Karl Suessdorf, John Blackburn
GLCD 5159   10   High Noon                                                               Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington
GLCD 5159   11   Windjammer Theme - Music from the film 'Windjammer'                     Morton Gould
GLCD 5159   12   Night Watch - Music from the film 'Windjammer'                          Morton Gould
GLCD 5159   13   India Countryside (from 'Around The World In Eighty Days')              Victor Young
GLCD 5159   14   Allez-Vous-En (from 'Can-Can')                                          Cole Porter
GLCD 5159   15   Beachcomber                                                             Joseph F. Kuhn
GLCD 5159   16   I Cover The Waterfront                                                  Edward Heyman, Johnny W. Green, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5159   17   Let's Face The Music And Dance, Say It Isn't So                     Irving Berlin
GLCD 5159   18   Harem Silks From Bombay                                             Les Baxter
GLCD 5159   19   Wonderful One                                                       Paul Whiteman, Ferde Grofé
GLCD 5159   20   Moon Over Montevideo                                                Roy J. Straigis
GLCD 5159   21   A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square                               Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5159   22   Happy Talk (from 'South Pacific')                                   Richard Rodgers, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5159   23   Let's Fall In Love                                                  Harold Arlen, Ted Kochler, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5159   24   The Ski Song - Slalom                                               Leon Pober
GLCD 5159   25   After The Ball                                                      Charles Kassel Harris
GLCD 5160    1   Derby Day                                                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5160    2   Le Bal De Madame De Mortemouille (Madame De Mortemouille's Ball)Gérard Calvi, real name Grégoire Elie Krettly
GLCD 5160    3   Caribbean Night (Noche Caribe) (from 'Starlift')                    Percy Faith
GLCD 5160    4   The Boy On The Carousel                                             Helmut Zacharias
GLCD 5160    5   Whimsy                                                              Jose Fontaine
GLCD 5160    6   Spindrift                                                           Eugene Cines
GLCD 5160    7   Theme from 'Studio X'                                               Joe Leahy
GLCD 5160    8   Golden Strings                                                      Francois J.M. Charpin
GLCD 5160    9   Everything I Love                                                   Cole Porter
GLCD 5160   10   Miss Universe                                                       Angela Morley, as Walter Stott
GLCD 5160   11   alling Star                                                         Michael Carr
GLCD 5160   12   Strings On Wings                                                    Ken Morris, real name Ken Mackintosh
GLCD 5160   13   Rainbow's End                                                       Leon Pober
GLCD 5160   14   Smile Of A Latin                                                    Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5160   15   La Grenouille                                                       Francois Lemarque
GLCD 5160   16   Reno Runaway                                                        Billy Mayerl
GLCD 5160   17   Proud As A Peacock                                                  Eric Spear
GLCD 5160   18   Stars Shine In Your Eyes (from 'La Strada')                         Nino Rota
GLCD 5160   19   Leprechauns' Dance                                                  David Curry
GLCD 5160   20   Everyday                                                            Jacobson
GLCD 5160   21   Piccadilly Playboy                                                  George Elliott
GLCD 5160   22   I've Got The World On A String                                      Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen, arr. Tony Osborne
GLCD 5160   23   Chatter Box                                                         Guy Luypaerts
GLCD 5160   24   Silhouettes In The Sand                                             Davis
GLCD 5160   25   Monica                                                              Peter Yorke
GLCD 5160   26   Smart Set                                                           Len Stevens
GLCD 5160   27   Rhapsody In Red                                                     Frank Cordell
GLCD 5160   28   On The Fiddle                                                       Al Golding
GLCD 5160   29   African Moon                                                        Robert Stolz
GLCD 5160   30   Peanut Polka                                                        Robert Farnon
GLCD 5161    1   Voice Of London                                                     Charles Williams
GLCD 5161    2                                                                       trad. arr. the Highlands')
                 Comin' Thru' The Rye, My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose (from the Suite 'From Robert Farnon,
GLCD 5161    3   Rhondda Rhapsody (Rhapsody of Love)                                 Mai Jones
GLCD 5161    4   The Irish Have A Great Day Tonight                                  Victor Herbert
GLCD 5161    5   Continental Galop                                                   Clive Richardson
GLCD 5161    6   Tivoli-Melodie (Take Me Dreaming)                                   Heino Gaze
GLCD 5161    7   Luxembourg Waltz                                                    Geoffrey Everitt, Frederick Peter Hargreaves
GLCD 5161    8   Fiesta In Seville                                                   David Rose
GLCD 5161    9   La Seine (The River Seine)                                          Guy Pierre M.L. LaFarge, Flavien Monod
GLCD 5161   10   The Lights Of Lisbon                                                Tony Osborne
GLCD 5161   11                                                                       est)
                 When It's Spring In Baden-Baden (Wenn es in Baden-Baden Frühling Rolf Arland
GLCD 5161   12   Copenhagen Polka                                                    Joseph Thobrither
GLCD 5161   13   Roman Holiday                                                       David Rose
GLCD 5161   14   The Beautiful Girls Of Vienna                                       J. Fred Coots
GLCD 5161   15                                                                        Eighty Days')
                 Passe Partout introducing El Gato Montes (from 'Around The World In Victor Young
GLCD 5161   16   Maids Of Madrid                                                     Clyde Hamilton, real name Cyril Stapleton
GLCD 5161   17   Swiss Holiday                                                       Joe Leahy
GLCD 5161   18   Spanish Affair                                                          Cortez
GLCD 5161   19   Under Paris Skies (Sous Le Ciel De Paris) (Waltz of Paree)              Hubert Giraud
GLCD 5161   20   Swedish Polka (Roslagsvår) (Springtime in Roslagen)                     Hugo Emil Alfvén
GLCD 5161   21   Café Mozart Waltz (from the film 'The Third Man')                       Anton Karas
GLCD 5161   22   Sicilian Tarantella (Fischiettando)                                     G. Balsamo, Chester Conn, Ned Miller
GLCD 5161   23   April In Portugal                                                       Raul Ferrao
GLCD 5161   24   Sur Le Pave de Paris (Pavements Of Paris)                               Georges Abel Louis Auric
GLCD 5161   25   Catalan Sunshine                                                        Frank Chacksfield
GLCD 5161   26   East Of Malta                                                           Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5161   27   The Spider Of Antwerp                                                   Ernest Jean Craps, Paula Maria Vandebroek
GLCD 5162    1   Singin' In The Rain                                                     Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5162    2   Spanish Serenade (from 'A Suite Of Serenades')                          Victor Herbert, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5162    3   Lingering Lovers                                                        Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5162    4   Ecstasy                                                                 Jose Belmonte, real name Philip Green
GLCD 5162    5   Love And The World Loves With You (Amor Que Bonito)                     Ernesto Lecuona
GLCD 5162    6   Solitude                                                                Duke Ellington, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5162    7   Easter Isle                                                             Nelson Riddle, Leland Gillette, Sid Wayne
GLCD 5162    8   La Muñeca Española (The Spanish Doll)                                   Hugo Winterhalter
GLCD 5162    9   Dream                                                                   Johnny Mercer
GLCD 5162   10   Vivre (Love Of My Life)                                                 Guy Luypaerts, arr. Ray Martin
GLCD 5162   11   The Merry Widow Waltz                                                   Franz Lehár
GLCD 5162   12   Devil's Galop                                                           Charles Williams
GLCD 5162   13   Jumping Bean                                                            Robert Farnon
GLCD 5162   14   When Day Is Done                                                        Robert Katscher, Buddy de Sylva
GLCD 5162   15   Shooting Star                                                           Sidney Torch
GLCD 5162   16   Elizabethan Serenade                                                    Ronald Binge
GLCD 5162   17   Crazy Violins                                                           Wildman
GLCD 5162   18   The Kerry Dance                                                         J.L. Molloy, arr. Wally Stott - later known as Angela Morley
GLCD 5162   19   Bubble, Bubble, Bubble (Pink Champagne)                                 Robert Craig Wright, George Forrest
GLCD 5162   20   March Of The Pretzels                                                   David Rose
GLCD 5162   21   Music Everywhere (Rediffusion March)                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5162   22   Theme from 'Runnymede Rhapsody'                                         Reginald King
GLCD 5162   23                                                                           Robert Farnon, arr. George Melachrino
                 My Song Of Spring (from 'London Melody') (also known as Sophistication Waltz)
GLCD 5162   24   Winter Sunshine                                                         George Melachrino
GLCD 5162   25   Aprite Le Finestre (Open The Windows)                                   Virgilio Panzuti
GLCD 5162   26   Warsaw Concerto                                                         Richard Addinsell, based on the original arrangement by Roy Doug
GLCD 5163    1   The Merrymakers - Miniature Overture                                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5163    2   Fancy Dress - Suite: Hurly Burly                                        Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
GLCD 5163    3   Fancy Dress - Suite: Dusk                                               Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
GLCD 5163    4   Fancy Dress - Suite: Pageantry                                          Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
GLCD 5163    5                                                                           Henri
                 Entrance Of The Little Fauns (from the ballet 'Cydalise et la chèvre-pied') Constant Gabriel Pierné, arr. Mouton
GLCD 5163    6   Smoke Gets In Your Eyes                                                 Jerome Kern, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5163    7   Music In The Air' - Selection                                           Jerome Kern
GLCD 5163    8   The Liberators - March                                                  Charles W. Ancliffe
GLCD 5163    9   Hearts And Flowers                                                      Theodore Moses Tobani, arr. Willoughby
GLCD 5163   10   Forest Idyll                                                            Esslinger
GLCD 5163   11   Windjammer Overture                                                     John Ansell
GLCD 5163   12   Dancing Tambourine                                                      W. C. Polla
GLCD 5163   13   Swamp Fire                                                              Harold (Hal) Mooney
GLCD 5163   14   Escapada                                                                Sid Phillips
GLCD 5163   15   Knave Of Diamonds                                                       Henry Steele
GLCD 5163   16   Irving Berlin Waltz Medley                                              Irving Berlin
GLCD 5163   17   Cupid's Parade - Fantasy                                                Rivelli
GLCD 5163   18   Court Ball Dances (Hofballtanze)                                        Jos Lanner
GLCD 5163   19   Glamorous Night' - Selection                                            Ivor Novello, arr. Charles Prentice
GLCD 5163   20   Fata Morgana                                                            Carl Robrecht
GLCD 5163   21   Finale - Foxtrot (from 'Dance Suite')                    Eduard Künneke
GLCD 5164    1   Livin' It Up                                             Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5164    2   The Girl From Corsica                                    Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5164    3   Jacaranda Melody                                         Paul Dubois, real name Clive Richardson
GLCD 5164    4   Popsy                                                    Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5164    5   Helicopter Journey                                       Jack Beaver
GLCD 5164    6   Country Canter                                           Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5164    7   Dinner At Chasons                                        Norrie Paramor
GLCD 5164    8   Stardom                                                  Robert Farnon
GLCD 5164    9   Fiddlers' Frivol                                         Kurt Rehfeld
GLCD 5164   10   Tele-Ski                                                 Roger Roger
GLCD 5164   11   Sunday Driver                                            Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Alfred Berry
GLCD 5164   12   Children's Hour                                          Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5164   13   Serenade To The Moon                                     Henry Croudson
GLCD 5164   14   Remembrance                                              Pat Lynn
GLCD 5164   15   Dance Of The Dew Fairy                                   Edward White
GLCD 5164   16   Bromsgrove Fair                                          Leslie Bridgewater
GLCD 5164   17   Come Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl - Juke Box Fantasy   Trad. arr. George Melachrino
GLCD 5164   18   Overture To An Italian Comedy                            Arthur Benjamin
GLCD 5164   19   A Love Song                                              Haydn Wood
GLCD 5164   20   Clown With A Tambourine                                  Montague Ewing
GLCD 5164   21   The Invaders                                             Charles Williams
GLCD 5164   22   Ten Days Leave                                           Charles Williams
GLCD 5164   23   Fighter Command                                          Frank Tapp
GLCD 5164   24   My Native Heath - Knaresboro Status                      Arthur Wood
GLCD 5164   25   My Native Heath - Ilkley Tarn                            Arthur Wood
GLCD 5164   26   My Native Heath - Barwick Green                          Arthur Wood
GLCD 5164   27   In Buddah's Realm                                        José Armandola, real name Willi Lautenschläger
GLCD 5164   28   Life's Laughter - Overture (Lachendes Leben)             Friedrich Wilhelm Rust
GLCD 5165    1   Lady Of Spain                                            Tolchard Evans, arr. Carmen Dragon
GLCD 5165    2   She Didn't Say Yes (from 'The Cat And The Fiddle')       Jerome Kern, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5165    3   Just A Kiss Apart (from 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes')      Jule Styne, Leo Robin
GLCD 5165    4   La Mer                                                   Charles Trenet
GLCD 5165    5   Shooting Star                                            Les Baxter
GLCD 5165    6   Our Love Affair (from 'An Affair To Remember')           Harry Warren, Harold Adamson, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5165    7   Mr. Punch                                                Robert Farnon
GLCD 5165    8   Chelsea                                                  Fats Waller, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5165    9   Misirlou                                                 Nicholas Roubanis, Fred Wise, Milton Leeds, Sidney Keith Russell
GLCD 5165   10   Glamorous Night                                          Ivor Novello, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5165   11   After You                                                Cole Porter
GLCD 5165   12   When Your Lover Has Gone                                 Einar Aaron Swan, arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5165   13   Le Premier Rendezvous                                    Sylviano, Busch
GLCD 5165   14   Majorca                                                  David Rose
GLCD 5165   15   I'll Follow My Secret Heart                              Noel Coward, arr. Philip Green
GLCD 5165   16   Damisela Encantadora                                     Ernesto Lecuona, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5165   17   Sea Of Dreams                                            Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5165   18   Dreamland USA                                            Hal Mooney
GLCD 5165   19   Marigold                                                 Billy Mayerl, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5165   20   Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)               Raymond Evans, Jay Livingston
GLCD 5165   21   Mostly For Lovers                                        Henry Mancini
GLCD 5165   22   Cecelia                                                  Herman Ruby, Dave Dreyer, arr. Dennis Farnon
GLCD 5165   23   La Vita E Un Paradiso Di Bugie                           Gaetano Oliviero
GLCD 5165   24   The Theme From 'A Summer Place'                          Max Steiner, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5165   25   España                                                   Emmanuel Chabrier
GLCD 5166    1   Pops Polka                                               Jack Mason
GLCD 5166    2   Ring Ding                                                Steve Race
GLCD 5166    3   Highly Strung                                                      George French
GLCD 5166    4   Song Of Lisbon                                                     Sempre Que Lisboa Canta, Carlos Rocha
GLCD 5166    5   Paris Pullman                                                      Roger Roger
GLCD 5166    6   Sapphire (theme from the film)                                     Philip Green
GLCD 5166    7   Le Soir (I'd Love To Fall Asleep)                                  Louis Felix Marie Gasté
GLCD 5166    8   Afraid To Dream                                                    Mack Gordon, Harry Revel, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5166    9   Jack In The Box                                                    Fred Hartley
GLCD 5166   10   Gay Spirits                                                        David Rose
GLCD 5166   11   Sheerline                                                          Kurt Schick
GLCD 5166   12   Little Miss Molly                                                  Robert Farnon
GLCD 5166   13   Stumbling                                                          Zes Confrey
GLCD 5166   14   Cry Of The Wild Goose                                              Terry Gilkyson, arr. Philip Green
GLCD 5166   15   Whirlwind                                                          Otto Cesana
GLCD 5166   16   Life In New York                                                   Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5166   17   Sunshine Beguine                                                   Frank Chacksfield
GLCD 5166   18   Gigue Ecossaise (Scottish Jig)                                     Gérard Calvi, real name Grégoire Elie Krettly
GLCD 5166   19   Sentimental Magic                                                  Paul Dubois, real name Clive Richardson
GLCD 5166   20   All Strung Up                                                      Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5166   21   The Honeymoon Song (from the film 'Honeymoon')                     Mikis Michel Theodorakis
GLCD 5166   22   Limelight Waltz                                                    Albert Marland
GLCD 5166   23   Ma Belle (from 'The Three Musketeers')                             Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5166   24   The Wonderful Country (theme from the film)                        Alex North
GLCD 5166   25   Toy Violin                                                         Charles Williams
GLCD 5166   26   A Blues Serenade                                                   Mitchell Parish, Frank Signorelli
GLCD 5166   27   Perpetual Notion                                                   Percy Faith
GLCD 5166   28   A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody                                     Irving Berlin, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5166   29                                                                      Adolph
                 Park Avenue Fantasy (underscore from film soundtrack 'Some Like It Hot') Deutsch
GLCD 5167    1   Habanera (from 'Natoma')                                           Victor Herbert, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5167    2   Swinging On A Star                                                 Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke, arr. Roland Shaw
GLCD 5167    3   You Do Something To Me                                             Cole Porter
GLCD 5167    4   In The Heat Of The Day                                             Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5167    5   Greenwich Village                                                  J. George Johnson
GLCD 5167    6   La Colpa Fu                                                        Eros Sciorilli
GLCD 5167    7   In A Sentimental Mood                                              Irving Mills, Manny Kurtz, Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington
GLCD 5167    8   Da Capo                                                            Georges Boulanger
GLCD 5167    9   In Love In Vain (from 'Centennial Summer')                         Jerome Kern
GLCD 5167   10   Poor Little Rich Girl                                              Noel Coward, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5167   11   Sunset On The Tiber                                                Dave Dexter
GLCD 5167   12   La Cumparsita                                                      Gerardo H. Matos Rodriguez
GLCD 5167   13   Cancer                                                             Harold (Hal) Mooney
GLCD 5167   14   Maria La O                                                         Ernesto Lecuona
GLCD 5167   15   You Are My Heart's Delight (from the musical 'Land of Smiles')     Franz Lehár
GLCD 5167   16   Sweetheart Of All My Dreams                                        Art Fitch, Kay Fitch, Herbert C. Lowe, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5167   17   Neapolitan Nites Mambo                                             Zamecnik, Kerr
GLCD 5167   18   Rain                                                               Eugene Ford, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5167   19   La Cucaracha                                                       Traditional
GLCD 5167   20   Let's Beguine                                                      Otto Cesana
GLCD 5167   21   Tango Of Regret                                                    Ray Martin
GLCD 5167   22   La Petite Gavotte                                                  Joseph François Heyne
GLCD 5167   23   Horizonte                                                          Lara
GLCD 5167   24   I Wished On The Moon                                               Ralph Rainger
GLCD 5167   25   I Got Rhythm                                                       George Gershwin
GLCD 5167   26   Glamour - Tango                                                    Jacob Gade
GLCD 5167   27   Sugar Loaf                                                         Safranski, Lowe
GLCD 5167   28   Fireworks Polka                                                    Johann Strauss, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5168    1   Palladium Memories - Selection
GLCD 5168    2   Wedding Of The Rose                                               Leon Jessel
GLCD 5168    3   The Grenadiers - Valse Militaire                                  Emile Charles Waldteufel
GLCD 5168    4   Hit The Deck' - Selection                                         Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5168    5   Moontime                                                          Walter R. Collins
GLCD 5168    6   Perfection                                                        J.H. White
GLCD 5168    7   Home And Beauty - Selection                                       Nicholas Brodszky
GLCD 5168    8   The Busy Bee - Morceau Characteristique                           Theo Bendix
GLCD 5168    9   Indian Love Lyrics                                                Amy Woodforde-Finden
GLCD 5168   10   Les Sylphides                                                     Oliver Cussans real name Alfred Pratt, arr. Adolf Lotter
GLCD 5168   11   The Song Of The Sea - Selection                                   Eduard Künneke
GLCD 5168   12   A La Gavotte                                                      Herman Finck
GLCD 5168   13   What The Forest Whispers - Waltz                                  C. Zimmer
GLCD 5168   14   The Valley Of The Poppies                                         Charles Ancliffe
GLCD 5168   15   Serenade                                                          Frantisek Drdla
GLCD 5168   16   Chanson (In Love                                                  Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5168   17   Beautiful Spring - Waltz                                          Paul Lincke
GLCD 5168   18   Countess Maritza - Selection                                      Emmerich Kálmán
GLCD 5169    1   Alpine Pastures                                                   Vivian Ellis, arranged by Sidney Torch
GLCD 5169    2   Baubles, Bangles And Beads                                        Robert Wright, George Forrest
GLCD 5169    3   The Christmas Tree                                                David Rose
GLCD 5169    4                                                                     Jary, von
                 Durch Dich Wird Diese Welt Erst Schön (Through You This World Is Beautiful) Pinelli
GLCD 5169    5   Escape To Monaco                                                  John Scott Trotter
GLCD 5169    6   Flowing Stream                                                    Joyce Cochrane
GLCD 5169    7   Going Concern                                                     King Palmer
GLCD 5169    8   High Flight                                                       Eric Coates
GLCD 5169    9   It Wouldn't Be Love                                               Allan Roberts, Buddy Bernier, Jerome Brainin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5169   10   Jump For Joy                                                      Henry Croudson
GLCD 5169   11   The Kiss                                                          Jose Belmonte, real name Philip Green
GLCD 5169   12   Leo                                                               Hal Mooney
GLCD 5169   13   Moonlight On The Ganges                                           Sherman Myers, real name Montague Ewing, Chester Wallace
GLCD 5169   14   Noche Amour                                                       Joseph F. Kuhn
GLCD 5169   15   Over The Rainbow                                                  Harold Arlen, E. 'Yip' Harburg
GLCD 5169   16   Parole E Musica                                                   Words And Music - Silvestri
GLCD 5169   17   Quiet Night                                                       Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5169   18   Rose-Beetle Goes A-Wooing                                         José Armandola
GLCD 5169   19   Sunshine Express                                                  Jack Coles
GLCD 5169   20   Tip-Toe Through The Tulips                                        Al Dubin, Joe Burke, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5169   21   Unless                                                            Tolchard Evans, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5169   22   Vanity Fair (Overture)                                            Percy Fletcher
GLCD 5169   23   What Is There To Say (from Ziegfeld Follies of 1933)              Vernon Duke
GLCD 5169   24   Xarafes                                                           Guy Brain, arr. Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5169   25   Yellow                                                            Jeff Alexander
GLCD 5169   26   Zingara                                                           Chaminade, arr. Arthur Wilkinson
GLCD 5170    1   Melody Fair                                                       Robert Farnon
GLCD 5170    2   Loveliest Of The Lovely                                           Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5170    3   Carnival Tango                                                    Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5170    4   Autumn Nocturne                                                   Josef Myrow, Kim Gannon
GLCD 5170    5   Warum Nur, Warum? (Why Just Why?)                                 Berking, Paulsen
GLCD 5170    6   Long Ago And Far Away                                             Jerome Kern, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5170    7   I've Got My Eyes On You                                           Cole Porter
GLCD 5170    8   Mam'selle                                                         Edmund Goulding, Mack Gordon
GLCD 5170    9   Lullaby Of Broadway                                               Al Dubin, Harry Warren
GLCD 5170   10   I'm Thru With Love                                                Matt Malneck, Fud Livingston, Gus Kahn, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5170   11   Lovely Lady                                                       Jimmy McHugh, Ted Koehler
GLCD 5170   12   While We're Young                                                 Bill Engvick, Morty Palitz, Alec Wilder
GLCD 5170   13   If I Loved You                                                    Richard Rodgers
GLCD 5170   14   Return To Paradise (film theme)                                      Ned Washington, Dimitri Tiomkin, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5170   15   Underneath Tahitian Skies                                            Ralph Siegel, Robert Mellin
GLCD 5170   16   Too Soon                                                             Robert Harris, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5170   17   Mine At Last                                                         Otto Cesana
GLCD 5170   18   Scalinatella (Stay After School)                                     Giuseppe Cloffi, Wilson
GLCD 5170   19   Spring In Montmartre                                                 Larry Fotine
GLCD 5170   20   Tonight                                                              Dorchas Cochran, Ralph Sterling, better known as David Carroll
GLCD 5170   21   I'll Take Romance                                                    Ben Oakland, Oscar Hammerstein II
GLCD 5170   22   Eva Waltz                                                            Franz Lehár
GLCD 5170   23                                                                        Andre Kostelanetz, David
                 On The Isle Of May (based on the Andante Cantabile from Tchaikovsky's Quartet in D Major)
GLCD 5170   24   Without A Song                                                       Vincent Youmans, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5170   25   Midnight In Paris (from the film 'Here's To Romance')                Con Conrad, Herb Magidson
GLCD 5171    1   Down The Mall                                                        John Belton, real names Tony Lowry and Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5171    2   Stardust                                                             Hoagy Carmichael, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5171    3   Footlights                                                           Eric Coates
GLCD 5171    4   Spitfire Fugue - from the film 'The First Of The Few'                William Walton
GLCD 5171    5   A Cocktail Of Happiness                                              Wynford Reynolds
GLCD 5171    6   Girls In Grey                                                        Charles Williams
GLCD 5171    7   Humoresque                                                           Antonin Dvořák
GLCD 5171    8   'El Alamein' - Concerto for Piano and Orchestra                      Albert Arlen, born Albert Aarons
GLCD 5171    9   On A Spring Note                                                     Sidney Torch, real name Sidney Torchinsky
GLCD 5171   10   Boogie Woogie Moonshine from the film 'Piccadilly Incident'
GLCD 5171   11   Voice Of Industry - March                                            Jack Beaver
GLCD 5171   12   Willie The Whistler                                                  Robert Farnon
GLCD 5171   13   Starlight Roof Waltz                                                 George Melachrino
GLCD 5171   14   A Matter Of Life And Death - Prelude from the film                   Allan Gray, real name Josef Zmigrod
GLCD 5171   15   Olympic Games March                                                  Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5171   16   The Fairy And The Fiddlers                                           Edward White
GLCD 5171   17   Bonaventure                                                          Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5171   18   American Serenade                                                    Louis Alter
GLCD 5171   19   Marche Fantastique                                                    Leighton Lucas
GLCD 5171   20   Short Overture To An Unwritten Opera                                 Don Gillis
GLCD 5171   21   Royal Cavalcade                                                      Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5171   22                                                                        Edward Ward
                 Lullaby Of The Bells - Piano Concerto from the film 'The Phantom Of The Opera'
GLCD 5172    1   Flight Of The Bumble Bee                                             Nikolay Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. Ralph Sterling, better kn
GLCD 5172    2   Clair De Lune                                                        Achille-Claude Debussy, arr. Ralph Sterling, better known as David
GLCD 5172    3   The Dargason from 'St. Paul's Suite'                                 Gustav Holst, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5172    4   Popular Song from 'Façade' Suite No. 2                               Sir William Walton
GLCD 5172    5   The Lamp Is Low based on Maurice Ravel's Pavanne                     Mitchell Parish, Peter de Rose, Bert A. Shefter
GLCD 5172    6   Gipsy Love - Waltz                                                   Franz Lehár, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5172    7   Overture To A Costume Comedy                                         Stanley Black
GLCD 5172    8   Portrait Of Clare from the film 'Portrait Of Clare'                  transcribed and arranged from Robert Schumann's 'Devotion' by Fe
GLCD 5172    9   'Ballet Egyptien' Finale                                             Alexandre Clément Léon Joseph Luigini
GLCD 5172   10   Barcarolle                                                           Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky, arr. Philip Green
GLCD 5172   11   Lake Of The Woods                                                    Robert Joseph Farnon
GLCD 5172   12   Masquerade' Suite - Waltz                                            Aram Il'yich Khachaturian
GLCD 5172   13   Beyond The Moonlight based on Felix Mendelssohn's 'On Wings Of Song' Dorchas Cochran, Ralph Sterling, better known as David Carroll
GLCD 5172   14                                                                         Igor'
                 He's In Love from 'Kismet' based on 'Polovetzian Dances' from 'PrinceAlexander Borodin, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5172   15   Last Spring                                                          Edvard Grieg
GLCD 5172   16   Comedians' Galop                                                     Dimitri Borisovich Kabalevsky
GLCD 5172   17   Brown Bird Singing                                                   Haydn Wood
GLCD 5172   18   Theme from 'Swan Lake' Ballet                                        Tchaikovsky, arr. Ray Conniff
GLCD 5172   19   Meditation from 'Thais'                                              Jules Massenet arranged and adapted by Herman Clebanoff & W. R
GLCD 5172   20   Sabre Dance from ballet 'Gayaneh'                                    Aram Il'yich Khachaturian
GLCD 5172   21   'The Firebird' Ballet - Dance Of The Princesses                      Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5172   22   'The Firebird' Ballet - Dance Of Kastchei                            Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5172   23   'The Firebird' Ballet - Berceuse & Finale                           Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5173    1   Love Letters                                                        Victor Young, arr. George Greeley
GLCD 5173    2   Near You                                                            Francis Craig
GLCD 5173    3   Because You're Mine                                                 Sammy Cahn, Nicholas Brodszky, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5173    4   Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You                                Marvin Fisher, Jack Segal, arr. George Shearing and Billy May
GLCD 5173    5   Concerto                                                            David Rose
GLCD 5173    6   The Way You Look Tonight (from film 'Swing Time')                   Jerome Kern
GLCD 5173    7   Soft Sands                                                          Lou Stein
GLCD 5173    8   Silly Billy                                                         Norman [Norrie] William Paramor
GLCD 5173    9   Invitation Waltz (from 'Ring Round The Moon')                       Richard Addinsell
GLCD 5173   10   Carnavalito                                                         Edmundo Porteno Zaldivar
GLCD 5173   11   Vendetta                                                            Ken Jones, Chris Armstrong
GLCD 5173   12   Georgian Rumba                                                      Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5173   13   Can I Forget You                                                    Jerome Kern, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5173   14   My Ship (from 'Lady In The Dark')                                   Kurt Weill, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5173   15   Legend                                                              Robert Docker
GLCD 5173   16   Heart And Soul                                                      Hoagy Carmichael
GLCD 5173   17   Starlight                                                           Otto Cesana
GLCD 5173   18   Punch And Judy Polka                                                Ronald George Munro
GLCD 5173   19   Mediterranean Concerto                                              Alberto Fernando Riccardo Semprini
GLCD 5173   20   Jungle Bird                                                         Maurice Burman, arr. Stanley Black
GLCD 5173   21   While A Cigarette Was Burning                                       Charles F. Kenny, Nick A. Kenny
GLCD 5173   22   City Centre                                                         Robert Keys
GLCD 5173   23   'Mr. Dodd Takes The Air' - Film Selection Am I In Love, Remember MeAl Dubin, Harry Warren
GLCD 5173   24   At The Court Of Old King Cole                                       Raie Da Costa
GLCD 5174    1   Strike Up The Band                                                  George & Ira Gershwin, probably arranged by Sidney Torch
GLCD 5174    2                                                                        A Fine Kern, Dorothy Fields, probably
                 'Swing Time' Selection: The Way You Look Tonight, Pick Yourself Up, JeromeRomance, Waltz In Swing Time arranged by Len Stevens
GLCD 5174    3   Ragging The Scales                                                  Edward B. Claypole, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5174    4   The Butterfly And The Alligator                                     David Rose
GLCD 5174    5   If You Please (from the film 'Dixie')                               Jimmy Van Heusen, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5174    6   Primavera                                                           Jupe Elders
GLCD 5174    7   Pepper Tree Lane (from 'Hollywood Bowl Suite')                      David Rose
GLCD 5174    8   Balboa Barcarolle                                                   Vernon Duke, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5174    9   La Bamba De Vera Cruz - Mexican Dance                               Traditional, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5174   10   Song Of The Flame (from the musical 'Song Of The Flame')            George Gershwin, Herbert Stothart
GLCD 5174   11   Too Romantic (from 'Road To Singapore')                             Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
GLCD 5174   12   Flying Down To Rio                                                  Edward Eliscu, Gus Kahn, Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5174   13   Solitude                                                            Edgar de Lange, Irving Mills, Edward Kennedy 'Duke' Ellington, arr.
GLCD 5174   14   Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead (from 'The Wizard Of Oz')               Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg
GLCD 5174   15   The Peanut Vendor (El Manisero)                                     Moises Simons, Marion Sunshine, L. Wolfe Gilbert
GLCD 5174   16   Jota (from 'Spanish Dance Suite')                                   Anthony Collins
GLCD 5174   17   'Three Sketches' - Enchantment                                      Don Gillis
GLCD 5174   18   'Three Sketches' - Whimsy                                           Don Gillis
GLCD 5174   19   'Three Sketches' - Day Dreams                                       Don Gillis
GLCD 5174   20   Dance Of The Frogs (based on Frog Went A-Courtin)                   Lamar Stringfield
GLCD 5174   21   Praeludium                                                          Armas Järnefelt
GLCD 5174   22   'The Three Men' Suite - The Man From The Country                    Eric Coates
GLCD 5174   23   'The Three Men' Suite - The Man About Town†                         Eric Coates
GLCD 5174   24   'The Three Men' Suite - The Man From The Sea‡                       Eric Coates
GLCD 5174   25   Romantic Overture (Overture Romantique)                             Kéler Béla
GLCD 5175    1   Confetti                                                            Bronislau Kaper
GLCD 5175    2   Champs Elysees Café                                                 Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5175    3   Manhattan Playboy                                                   Robert Farnon
GLCD 5175    4   Hora Staccato                                                       Grigori Dinicu, Jascha Heifetz, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5175    5   Musik Klingt Durch Die Nacht                                        Hartel, Woltmann
GLCD 5175    6   In My Memoirs                                                       Jimmy McHugh, Al Dubin, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5175    7   Lina                                                                Francis Lopez, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5175    8   I Concentrate On You (from 'Broadway Melody of 1940')               Cole Porter, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5175    9   Pizzicato Rhumba                                                    Salvatore 'Tutti' Camarata
GLCD 5175   10   Nota Per Nota                                                       Guido Viezzoli
GLCD 5175   11   Via Amalfi                                                          Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5175   12   Getting To Know You (from 'The King And I')                         Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5175   13   Montevideo Bolero                                                   Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5175   14   Bluebell Polka                                                      F. Stanley, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5175   15   Joey's Song                                                         Joe Reisman
GLCD 5175   16   Twice Around The Island                                             Joseph J. Leahy, Abe Olman
GLCD 5175   17   Bees-A-Buzzin'                                                      Edrich Siebert, real name Stanley Smith-Masters
GLCD 5175   18   Mischief                                                            Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5175   19   Gadabout                                                            Cyril Watters
GLCD 5175   20   Utopia Road                                                         Dolf Van Der Linden
GLCD 5175   21   Violins In Velvet                                                   Leslie Begueley
GLCD 5175   22   Market Day                                                          Wilfred Josephs
GLCD 5175   23   Treble Chance                                                       Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Alfred Berry
GLCD 5175   24   Parade Of The Champions                                             George French
GLCD 5175   25   Florella                                                            L.E. DeFrancesco
GLCD 5175   26   Who Killed Cock Robin?                                              Trad, arr. Paul Fenoulhet
GLCD 5175   27                                                                       Harry Song For You,
                 'Dear Miss Phoebe' - Selection Whisper While You Waltz, Spring Will Sing AParr-Davies Living A Dream, March Of The Red Coats, I C
GLCD 5176    1   'The Arcadians' Overture                                            Lionel Monckton, Howard Talbot, arr. Arthur Wood
GLCD 5176    2   Buffoon                                                             Zez Confrey
GLCD 5176    3   Rondel                                                              Sir Edward Elgar, arr. Haydn Wood, Mina Sir Edward Elgar
GLCD 5176    4   Arpanetta                                                           Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5176    5   A Fantasy In Blue The Birth Of The Blues, Blue Again, Blue Room, So Blue, There's A Blue Ridge Round My Heart Virginia, Blue Is The N
GLCD 5176    6   Lullaby Land                                                        Reginald King
GLCD 5176    7   The Dwarf's Patrol - Fantasy                                        Otto Rathke
GLCD 5176    8                                                                       Francis Popy
                 Suite Orientale Les Bayadères, Au Bord du Gange, Les Almées, Les Patrouilles
GLCD 5176    9   March Past Of The Kitchen Utensils                                  Ralph Vaughan Williams
GLCD 5176   10   Gipsy Wine                                                          Helmut Ritter
GLCD 5176   11   Springtime Serenade                                                 Jonny Heykens
GLCD 5176   12   In Playful Mood                                                     Montague Ewing
GLCD 5176   13   'Gasparone' Potpourri                                               Carl Millöcker
GLCD 5176   14   Püppchen - Two Step Intermezzo (Little Doll)                        Jean Gilbert, real name Max Winterfeld
GLCD 5176   15   A Day In Naples - Tarantella                                        George W. Byng
GLCD 5176   16   Mon Bijou                                                           Robert Stolz
GLCD 5176   17   Songs Of The Fair                                                   Easthope Martin
GLCD 5176   18   Summer Evening In Santa Cruz                                        Jose F. Payan, Fred Hartley
GLCD 5176   19   Niagara                                                             Carl Robrecht
GLCD 5176   20                                                                       John Philip Bell, El Capitan, Williams
                 Sousa Marches - Medley Washington Post, King Cotton Stars and Stripes, LibertySousa, arr Major High School Cadets, The Diplomat, St
GLCD 5177    1   Jet Journey                                                         Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5177    2   Courses de Toros (Bull Fights)                                      Gérard Calvi
GLCD 5177    3   Fun In The Sun                                                      Angela Morley
GLCD 5177    4   Les Parfums De Paris                                                Cedric Dumont
GLCD 5177    5   Parisian Mode                                                       Woolf Phillips
GLCD 5177    6   Sagittarius                                                         Hal Mooney
GLCD 5177    7   The Phantom Regiment                                                Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5177    8   City Of Veils                                                       Les Baxter
GLCD 5177    9   Puppets On Parade                                                   Rudolf Friml
GLCD 5177   10   Subway Polka                                                        Harold Geller
GLCD 5177   11   Bad Timing from 'Billion Dollar Baby'                               Morton Gould
GLCD 5177   12   Along The Avenue                                                    Roger Roger
GLCD 5177   13   Montana Round-Up                                                    Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie
GLCD 5177   14   Huckleberry Duck                                                    Raymond Scott
GLCD 5177   15   Neiani                                                              Axel Stordahl
GLCD 5177   16   Pam Pam                                                              David Rose
GLCD 5177   17   La Bardinetta                                                        André Popp
GLCD 5177   18   Fiddle Derby                                                         Percy Faith
GLCD 5177   19   Without Your Love                                                    Guy Luypaerts
GLCD 5177   20   Fandango                                                             Frank Perkins
GLCD 5177   21   Sports Arena                                                         Wilfred Burns
GLCD 5177   22   Trolley Bus                                                          Charles Williams
GLCD 5177   23   Boulevardier                                                         Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5177   24   Jack The Dancer                                                      Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5177   25   Blende Auf                                                           Werner Müller
GLCD 5177   26   Symphony In Jazz First Movement                                      Otto Cesana
GLCD 5178    1   March from 'Things To Come' (Music from the film)                    Arthur Bliss
GLCD 5178    2   'Pinky' Music from the film                                          Alfred Newman
GLCD 5178    3   Scherzofrenia (from Symphony No. 5½ - 'A Symphony For Fun')          Don Gillis
GLCD 5178    4   State Occasion                                                       Robert Farnon
GLCD 5178    5   Dawn Fantasy                                                         Peter Yorke
GLCD 5178    6                                                                        P
                 'The League Of Gentlemen' Music from the film - Golden Fleece Themehilip Green
GLCD 5178    7                                                                        Philip Green
                 'The League Of Gentlemen' Music from the film - League Of Gentlemen March
GLCD 5178    8   Salute The Soldier                                                   Eric Coates
GLCD 5178    9   Les Jeux (Playing)                                                   George Melachrino
GLCD 5178   10                                                                        L
                 Amethyst March (soundtrack recording from the film 'Yangtse Incident') eighton Lucas
GLCD 5178   11   Strings In The Mood                                                  Walter Collins
GLCD 5178   12   Naval Occasion                                                       Hubert Clifford
GLCD 5178   13   'The Dancing Years' - Three Ballet Tunes                             Ivor Novello
GLCD 5178   14   International Sports March                                           Sidney Torch
GLCD 5178   15                                                                        Frederic 'Robin
                 Rendezvous With Curzon - Cachucha from 'In Malaga' Suite, Maid Marian fromCurzon Hood' Suite, Bravada, Serenade Of A Clown, Marc
GLCD 5178   16                                                                        Montague Ewing
                 Selection of Radio Novelty Tunes - Fairy On The Clock, Soldier On The Shelf, The Queen Was In The Parlour, Butterflies In The Rain, Litt
GLCD 5178   17                                                                        Arthur Wood
                 Three Dale Dances (Suite founded on Yorkshire Folk Tunes) - First Movement
GLCD 5178   18                                                                         Movement
                 Three Dale Dances (Suite founded on Yorkshire Folk Tunes) - SecondArthur Wood
GLCD 5178   19                                                                        Arthur Wood
                 Three Dale Dances (Suite founded on Yorkshire Folk Tunes) - Third Movement
GLCD 5178   20   Wedgewood Blue                                                       Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5178   21   Thrills                                                              Charles Ancliffe
GLCD 5178   22   Cornish Rhapsody (featured in the film 'Love Story')                 Hubert Bath
GLCD 5179    1   Portrait Of My Love                                                  Cyril Ornadel
GLCD 5179    2   Impression Of A Princess                                             Eric Coates
GLCD 5179    3   I Love You Samantha                                                  Cole Porter
GLCD 5179    4   April Love (from the film 'April Love')                              Sammy Fain
GLCD 5179    5   The Prince and Princess Waltz                                        Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington
GLCD 5179    6   Wedding Day                                                          Douglas Brownsmith
GLCD 5179    7   One Night Of Love                                                    Victor Schertzinger, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5179    8   You Are Too Beautiful                                                Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arr. Glenn Osser
GLCD 5179    9   Two Hearts In Three-Quarter Time                                     Robert Stolz
GLCD 5179   10   Like Someone In Love                                                 Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5179   11   Beguine For Lovers                                                   Joseph Kuhn
GLCD 5179   12   Can't Help Loving That Man (from 'Show Boat')                        Jerome Kern
GLCD 5179   13   Take Me In Your Arms                                                 Alfred Markus, Fritz Rotter, Mitchell Parish
GLCD 5179   14   If I Should Fall In Love Again                                       Jack Popplewell, arr. Peter Yorke
GLCD 5179   15   Tenderly                                                             Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence
GLCD 5179   16   Dancing in The Starlight                                             Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5179   17   Deep In My Heart, Dear                                               Sigmund Romberg, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5179   18   You're My Thrill                                                     Jay Gorney, Sidney Clare
GLCD 5179   19   Star Eyes                                                            Don Raye, Gene De Paul
GLCD 5179   20   If She Should Come To You (La Montana)                               Augusto Alguero, G. Moreu, Alec Wilde
GLCD 5179   21   For Those Who Love                                                   Frank Cordell
GLCD 5179   22   'Sons And Lovers' - Theme From The Film                              Mario Nascimbene
GLCD 5179   23   To A Young Lady                                                      Robert Farnon
GLCD 5179   24   You Are Beautiful, Love Look Away (from 'Flower Drum Song')          Richard Rodgers, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5179   25   Amor (from film 'Broadway Rhythm')                                   Gabriel Ruiz, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5179   26   The Wedding Dance                                                    Paul Lincke
GLCD 5179   27   The Wedding Song                                                     Horan, real name Geoff Love
GLCD 5180    1   Bright And Breezy                                                    Peter Dennis, real name Dennis Alfred Berry
GLCD 5180    2   Theme from 'The Apartment' (original title Jealous Lover)            Charles Williams, real name Isaac Cozerbreit
GLCD 5180    3   Carnival                                                             Harry Warren, Bob Russell
GLCD 5180    4   They Call The Wind Maria (from 'Paint Your Wagon')                   Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5180    5   Ragazza Romanza                                                      Roberts
GLCD 5180    6   Painted Carousels                                                    Anthony Mawer
GLCD 5180    7   Misty                                                                Erroll Garner, Johnny Burke
GLCD 5180    8   Toy Town Trumpeters                                                  William Davies
GLCD 5180    9   'Tiger Bay' - Theme from the Film                                    Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5180   10   'La Dolce Vita' (Theme from the film)                                Nino Rota, Verde
GLCD 5180   11   Midi-Midinette                                                       Christian Bruhn, Georg Buschor
GLCD 5180   12   Begin The Beguine (from 'Jubilee')                                   Cole Porter, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5180   13   E Bello                                                              Dante Vignali
GLCD 5180   14   Bambalina                                                            Vincent Youmans, Otto Harbach, Herbert Stothart, Oscar Hammers
GLCD 5180   15   Kristina                                                             Maurice Grabmann
GLCD 5180   16   Sea Shore                                                            Robert Farnon
GLCD 5180   17   Stringendo                                                           Ivor Slaney
GLCD 5180   18   Place Du Tertre                                                      Arthur Dieudonne Charlier
GLCD 5180   19   Dancing Daffodils                                                    Johnny Steggerda
GLCD 5180   20   Up And Coming                                                        Cyril Watters
GLCD 5180   21   Spanish Gypsy Dance                                                  Mariano Marquina
GLCD 5180   22   San Francisco                                                        Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn, arr. Carmen Dragon
GLCD 5180   23   Sweet Sue                                                            Victor Young, arr. Melle Weersma
GLCD 5180   24   Summerdance                                                          Hugo Emil Alfvén
GLCD 5180   25   'South Of The Alps' - In A Harbour Town                              Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5180   26   'South Of The Alps' - Terrace By The Sea                             Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5180   27   'South Of The Alps' - Street Of Flowers                              Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5180   28   'South Of The Alps' - Tarantella                                     Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5181    1                                                                         Syracuse')
                 Falling In Love With Love (from the 1938 musical play 'The Boys FromRichard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    2   In The Still Of The Night (from the 1937 film 'Rosalie')             Cole Porter, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    3   April Showers (from the 1921 Broadway musical 'Bombo')               Louis Silvers, Buddy De Sylva, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    4   The Very Thought Of You                                              Ray Noble, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    5   Why Do I Love You (from the 1927 musical 'Show Boat')                Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    6   Pavanne                                                              Morton Gould, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5181    7   Night Creature                                                       Edward 'Duke' Ellington
GLCD 5181    8   Deep Blues (from Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra)                Elie Siegmeister
GLCD 5181    9   Hoedown (from 'Rodeo' Suite)                                         Aaron Copland
GLCD 5181   10                                                                        Noel
                 Play Orchestra Play (from the 1935 musical revue 'Tonight at Eight-Thirty') Coward
GLCD 5181   11   Imp On Broadway                                                      Abner C. Rosen, pseudonym for Annunzio Paolo Mantovani and Ro
GLCD 5181   12   Coronation Scot                                                      Vivian Ellis, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5181   13   March Of The Robots                                                  Annunzio Paolo Mantovani
GLCD 5181   14   Danse Du Diable (Devil's Dance)                                      Wal-Berg, real name Voldemar Rosenberg
GLCD 5181   15   Jamaican Juggler                                                     William Davies
GLCD 5181   16   Invitation To The Waltz (from 'Pacific 1860')                        Noel Coward
GLCD 5181   17   Snakes And Ladders                                                   Ronald Binge
GLCD 5181   18   Rhapsody In Rhythm                                                   Henry Croudson, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5181   19   Strike Up The Music                                                  Sidney Torch
GLCD 5181   20   Barbecue                                                             Sidney Torch
GLCD 5181   21   Amore Mio                                                            Sidney Torch
GLCD 5181   22   Wood Nymphs                                                          Eric Coates
GLCD 5181   23   As Long As There's Music (from the 1944 film 'Step Lively')          Jule Styne, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5181   24   Fandango                                                             Sidney Torch
GLCD 5181   25   Dearly Beloved (from the 1942 film 'You Were Never Lovelier')   Jerome Kern, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5182    1   At The Theatre ('Up For The Day' Suite)                         Graeme Stuart
GLCD 5182    2   Bristol Cream                                                   Toni Leutwiler
GLCD 5182    3   Curtain Time                                                    J. George Johnson
GLCD 5182    4   Downland                                                        Cecil Milner
GLCD 5182    5   Edelma (Pasilli)                                                Terig Tucci, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5182    6   Fairy Tiptoe                                                    Julian Fredericks
GLCD 5182    7   Gazelle                                                         Montague Ewing
GLCD 5182    8   Huckle Buckle                                                   Robert Farnon
GLCD 5182    9   In A Monastery Garden                                           Albert William Ketèlbey
GLCD 5182   10   Jack O'Lantern (Feux Follets)                                   Roger Roger
GLCD 5182   11   Kings Of Sport                                                  Jack Beaver
GLCD 5182   12   Let Us Live For Tonight                                         Adrian Bernard, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5182   13   Miss Melanie                                                    Ronald Binge
GLCD 5182   14   No Orchids For My Lady                                          Alan Stranks, Jack Strachey
GLCD 5182   15   On A Little Street In Singapore                                 Peter DeRose, Billy Hill
GLCD 5182   16   Prairie Schooner                                                Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5182   17   A Quiet Stroll                                                  Charles Williams
GLCD 5182   18   Romantic Illusion                                               Mischa Spoliansky
GLCD 5182   19   Stereophonic March                                              David Rose
GLCD 5182   20   Taxi                                                            Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5182   21   The Unstoppable Man (theme from the film)                       Bill McGuffie
GLCD 5182   22   Vienna City Of My Dreams                                        Rudolf Sieczynski, arr. Billy Ternent
GLCD 5182   23   A Waltz For Terry                                               Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5182   24   Exotica (from 'Maku And The Monkey - Ballet')                   Philip Green
GLCD 5182   25   Young Man's Fancy                                               Peter Barrington, real name Felton Rapley
GLCD 5182   26   Zip Along                                                       Edward White
GLCD 5183    1   With Pomp And Pride                                             King Palmer
GLCD 5183    2   Happidrome                                                      Paul Fenoulhet
GLCD 5183    3   Lovely Day                                                      Tom Wyler
GLCD 5183    4   Rue De La Paix                                                  Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5183    5   Looking Around                                                  Colin Smith
GLCD 5183    6   Making Merry                                                    Cyril Watters
GLCD 5183    7   Wide Horizon                                                    Cecil Milner
GLCD 5183    8   Dog Gone                                                        George French
GLCD 5183    9   Little Debbie                                                   Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5183   10   Secret Serenade                                                 Reg Owen
GLCD 5183   11   Dixielander                                                     Robert Farnon
GLCD 5183   12   Transcontinental                                                Anthony Mawer
GLCD 5183   13   Holiday Excursion                                               Peter Yorke
GLCD 5183   14   This Old Man Came Rolling Home (Knick, Knack, Paddy Whack)      Traditional, arr. Clive Richardson
GLCD 5183   15   Rickshaw Ride                                                   Jos Cleber
GLCD 5183   16   Le Cabaret - French Overture                                    John Foulds
GLCD 5183   17   Sea Piece                                                       Jack Beaver
GLCD 5183   18   Ascot Parade                                                    Jack Strachey
GLCD 5183   19   Buffoonery                                                      Van Phillips
GLCD 5183   20   Man From Mars                                                   Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5183   21   The Watermill                                                   Ronald Binge
GLCD 5183   22   Luccombe Common                                                 Trevor Duncan
GLCD 5183   23   The First Waltz                                                 Robert Farnon
GLCD 5183   24   Quality Street                                                  Fredric Bayco
GLCD 5183   25   Stratosphere                                                    Eric Spear
GLCD 5183   26   Shades Of Destiny                                               Wilfred Burns
GLCD 5183   27   Blood And Sand March                                            Ronald Hanmer
GLCD 5183   28   A Machine Ballet                                                Charles Williams
GLCD 5184    1   Ad Infinitum                                                    Kenneth Sydney Baynes, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5184    2   Dear Little Soldiers (from the show 'Conversation Piece')                Noel Coward
GLCD 5184    3   Heykens' Serenade                                                        Jonny Heykens
GLCD 5184    4   So In Love (from the show 'Kiss Me Kate')                                Cole Porter, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5184    5   Elizabethan Serenade (original title Serenade)                           Ronald Binge
GLCD 5184    6   Prima Donna                                                              Mantovani
GLCD 5184    7   The Deserted Ballroom                                                    Morton Gould
GLCD 5184    8   Hallelujah (from 'Hit The Deck')                                         Vincent Youmans, Leo Robin, Clifford Grey
GLCD 5184    9   Turkey In The Straw                                                      trad. arr. Van Phillips
GLCD 5184   10   Malaguena (from 'Boabdil')                                               Moritz Moszkowski
GLCD 5184   11   Lizards In The Lounge                                                    Peter Yorke
GLCD 5184   12   Prunella                                                                 Leslie Bridgewater
GLCD 5184   13   Stairway To The Stars (Park Avenue Fantasy)                              Mitchell Parish, Matt Malneck
GLCD 5184   14   Handley's Seaside Holiday (based on It's That March Again)               Michael North, arr. Hal Evans
GLCD 5184   15   Flower Of Love                                                           Dave Dreyer, Herman Ruby, Harry Akst, David Mendoza
GLCD 5184   16   Espanita                                                                 Edwin Franko Goldman
GLCD 5184   17   Just A Memory (from the 1927 musical 'Manhattan Mary')                   Buddy De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5184   18   A La Bien Aimée                                                          Eduard Schutt, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5184   19   Green Moods                                                              Raymond A. Bloch, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5184   20   Puppet Serenade                                                          David Rose
GLCD 5184   21   Trees                                                                    Joyce Kilmer, Oscar Rasback, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5184   22   Won't You Be Mine                                                        David Rose
GLCD 5184   23   There's A Small Hotel                                                    Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5184   24   Rose Of Bel-Air                                                          David Rose
GLCD 5184   25   You Stepped Out Of A Dream                                               Gus Kahn, Nacio Herb Brown, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5185    1   Jingle Bells                                                             James Lord Pierpont, arr. George H. Greeley
GLCD 5185    2   We Three Kings Of Orient Are (An American carol from the 19th century)   Reverend John Henry Hopkins Junior, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185    3                                                                             century, although the Mendelssohn, adapted William H. Cummings
                 Hark The Herald Angels Sing (An English carol with origins in the 18thCharles Wesley, Felix popular version dates from a century later)
GLCD 5185    4                                                                            Traditional, arr. William Hill-Bowen
                 Good King Wenceslas (Tempus Adest Floridum) (Music based on 13th Century Spring Carol 'Tempus Adest Floridum', Words John Maso
GLCD 5185    5   Snowfall                                                                 Claude Thornhill, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5185    6   Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer                                           John D. Marks, arr. Richard Hayman
GLCD 5185    7   I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus                                          Thomas Patrick Connor
GLCD 5185    8   White Christmas (from the 1942 film 'Holiday Inn')                       Irving Berlin, arr. Billy Vaughn
GLCD 5185    9                                                                            Traditional, arr. Percy from
                 The First Noel (The First Nowell Believed to be based on an English carol, possibly Cornish, Faith the 18th century)
GLCD 5185   10   Joy To The World (Originally based on Psalm 98)                          Handel, Lowell Mason, Isaac Watts, arr. Billy Vaughn
GLCD 5185   11   Nazareth                                                                 Traditional, arr. Cecil Milner
GLCD 5185   12                                                                            John Francis Wade, arr. Billy Vaughn
                 Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful) (An English carol which may have originated in the 13th century)
GLCD 5185   13                                                                            Welsh Traditional, arr. the 16th Greeley
                 Deck The Hall With Boughs Of Holly (Based on a Welsh winter carol 'Nos Galan', dating fromGeorge Hcentury)
GLCD 5185   14   Sleigh Ride                                                              Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5185   15   Fairy On The Christmas Tree                                              Roma Campbell Hunter, Harry Parr-Davies
GLCD 5185   16   Winter Wonderland                                                        Felix Bernard, arr. Jack Mason
GLCD 5185   17   Christmas Sleigh Bells (Romance and Troika from 'Lieutenant Kije') Sergei Prokofiev, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5185   18   Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town                                            J. Fred Coots, arr. Jack Mason
GLCD 5185   19   Christmas Alphabet                                                       Buddy Kaye, Jules Loman
GLCD 5185   20                                                                            Traditional
                 God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (English carol, believed to date from the 18th century)
GLCD 5185   21   Carol Of The Bells (A Ukrainain carol, first performed in 1916)          Peter J. Wilhousky, Mykola Leontovich, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185   22                                                                             from the 19th century)
                 Silent Night, Holy Night (Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht) (An Austrian carolJoseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185   23                                                                            Edmund
                 It Came Upon The Midnight Clear (An American carol from the 19th century) Sears, Richard Storrs Willis, arr. Billy Vaughn
GLCD 5185   24   I Saw Three Ships (An English carol with origins in the 17th century) Traditional, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185   25   O Little Town Of Bethlehem (An American carol from the 19th century)Lewis Redner, arr. Billy Vaughn
GLCD 5185   26   Angels From The Realms Of Glory (An English carol from the 19th century) Traditional, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185   27   Christians, Awake! (An English carol from the 18th century)              John Byrom, John Wainwright, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5185   28                                                                            Traditional, arr. to the 16th
                 O Tannenbaum (O Christmas Tree) (A German folk tune with connections dating backPercy Faith century, the most popular version today
GLCD 5185   29   The Skaters' Waltz                                                       Émile Waldteufel
GLCD 5185   30   Hallelujah Chorus from 'Messiah'                                         George Frideric Handel, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5186    1   Fairy On The Clock                                                       Sherman Myers
GLCD 5186    2   Samum (Symphonic Foxtrot)                                                Carl Robrecht
GLCD 5186    3   With A Smile And A Song (from 'Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs') Larry Morey, Frank E. Churchill
GLCD 5186    4   Flapperette                                                        Jesse Greer
GLCD 5186    5   Step Lightly                                                       Peter Anderson
GLCD 5186    6   Twinkle-Toes                                                       Hugh Raeburn
GLCD 5186    7   Casino Tanz                                                        Ferenc Gungl
GLCD 5186    8   Rag Doll                                                           Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5186    9   Flash Of Steel                                                     Sidney Colin
GLCD 5186   10   Gold And Silver Waltz                                              Franz Lehár
GLCD 5186   11   Wedding Of The Rose                                                Leon Jessel
GLCD 5186   12   The Juggler                                                        G. Groitzsch
GLCD 5186   13   The Devil Ma Cares                                                 Beechfield Carver
GLCD 5186   14   Fairies On The Moon                                                Montague Ewing
GLCD 5186   15   Valse Bleue                                                        Alfred Paul Margis
GLCD 5186   16   Up Guards And At 'Em                                               Gordon Mackenzie
GLCD 5186   17   Doll Dance                                                         Nacio Herb Brown
GLCD 5186   18   Where The Lemon Trees Blossom                                      Johann Strauss II
GLCD 5186   19   Three Jolly Brothers                                               Robert Vollstedt
GLCD 5186   20   Marche Tartare                                                     Louis Ganne
GLCD 5186   21   Rhythm Of The Clock                                                Eddie Hunt, Peter Kane
GLCD 5186   22   The Way To The Heart - Intermezzo                                  Paul Lincke
GLCD 5186   23   Wren's Serenade                                                    Joseph Engleman
GLCD 5186   24   Marche Russe                                                       Louis Ganne
GLCD 5186   25   Mon Reve Waltz                                                     Emile Charles Waldteufel
GLCD 5186   26   Grand March from 'Carmen'                                          Georges Bizet
GLCD 5187    1                                                                      Leroy Anderson
                 Pyramid Dance (also known as 'Heart Of Stone' from the musical 'Goldilocks')
GLCD 5187    2                                                                      K
                 Mack The Knife (also known as 'Moritat' from 'The Threepenny Opera') urt Weill, Eugen Berthold Brecht
GLCD 5187    3   I Love Paris (from 'Can Can')                                      Cole Porter
GLCD 5187    4   Light And Easy                                                     Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5187    5   On A Cheerful Note                                                 Cyril Watters
GLCD 5187    6   Wind-Bells                                                         Mahlon Merrick
GLCD 5187    7   A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich And You                                Joseph Meyer, Billy Rose, Al Dubin
GLCD 5187    8   Main Line                                                          Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5187    9   Fashion Show                                                       Angela Morley, as 'Walter Stott'
GLCD 5187   10   Pan American Panorama                                              Philip Green
GLCD 5187   11   Las Vegas Lady                                                     Clive Richardson
GLCD 5187   12   Hilltop Holiday                                                    Anthony Mawer
GLCD 5187   13   Bermuda Holiday                                                    Kermit Leslie & Walter Leslie real surnames Levinsky
GLCD 5187   14   Las Vegas                                                          Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5187   15   Gay Time                                                           Alan Perry, real name Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5187   16   Blues On The Rocks - Concerto                                      Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5187   17   4:20 AM                                                            David Rose
GLCD 5187   18   Lazy Day                                                           Robert Farnon
GLCD 5187   19   I'll Be Seeing You                                                 Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, arr. Glenn Osser
GLCD 5187   20   Now I Know (from the film 'Up In Arms')                            Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler, arr. Reg Owen
GLCD 5187   21   This Might Be Love                                                 Jerry Bock
GLCD 5187   22   Stella By Starlight                                                Victor Young, Ned Washington, arr. Richard Jones
GLCD 5187   23   More Than You Know (from the musical 'Great Day')                  Vincent Youmans, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5187   24   There's A Lull In My Life (from the film 'Wake Up And Live')       Gordon, Revel, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5187   25   Waitin' For The Dawn                                               Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5187   26   That's All                                                         Bob Haymes, arr. Henry Mancini
GLCD 5188    1   Can Can                                                            Jacques Offenbach, arr. Hal Mooney
GLCD 5188    2   The Continental (from 'The Gay Divorcee')                          Con Conrad, Herb Magidson, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5188    3   Almost Like Being In Love (from 'Brigadoon')                       Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5188    4   Birth Of The Blues (from 'George White's Scandals Of 1926'         Buddy De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5188    5   Windows Of The East (Ya Mayla)                                     Rahbani Brothers, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5188    6   London By Night                                                    Carroll Coates, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5188    7   Clopin Clopant (also known as 'Comme Ci, Comme Ca')                 Pierre Dudan, Bruno Andre Coquatrix, arr. George Melachrino
GLCD 5188    8   My One And Only Love                                                Robert Mellin, Guy Wood, arr. Henry Mancini
GLCD 5188    9   Taboo                                                               S.K. Stillman, Margarita Lecuona, arr. Les Baxter
GLCD 5188   10   The Thrill Is Gone (from 'George White's Scandals Of 1931')         Lew Brown, Ray Henderson, arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5188   11   Old Man River (from 'Show Boat')                                    Jerome Kern, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5188   12   Please Be Kind                                                      Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5188   13   Te Quiere Dijiste (Magic Is The Moonlight)                          Maria Grever, arr. Mario Ruiz Armengol
GLCD 5188   14   Willingly (Melodie Perdue)                                          Carl Sigman, Hubert Giraud, arr. Monty Kelly
GLCD 5188   15   Summertime (from 'Porgy and Bess')                                  George Gershwin, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5188   16   The Song Is You (from 'Music In The Air')                           Jerome Kern, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5188   17   Across The Wide Missouri (Shenandoah)                               Traditional arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5188   18   Destiny                                                             Sydney Baynes, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5188   19   The Irish Washerwoman                                               Traditional, arr. Clive Richardson
GLCD 5188   20   Symphonic Rhapsody on 'With A Song In My Heart'                     Richard Rodgers, arr. Eric Coates
GLCD 5188   21   Temptation (from the film 'Going Hollywood')                        Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5188   22   Percy Faith discusses his arrangement of Temptation with Goddard Lieberson for a Columbia Records TV advertisement 1960
GLCD 5189    1   Belle Of The Ball                                                   Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5189    2   Beyond The Blue Horizon (from the film "Monte Carlo")               Richard Whiting, W. Franke Harling
GLCD 5189    3   Love Is Sweeping The Country                                        George Gershwin
GLCD 5189    4                                                                       Borodin, arr. David
                 Dance Of The Slave Maidens (also known as ‘Stranger In Paradise') (from "Prince Igor") Carroll
GLCD 5189    5   Thanks For The Memory                                               Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
GLCD 5189    6   Serenade To Double Scotch                                           George Martin
GLCD 5189    7   Gigi (Theme from the film)                                          Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe
GLCD 5189    8   Cumana                                                              Barclay Allen, Roc Hillman
GLCD 5189    9   The Willow Waltz                                                    Cyril Watters
GLCD 5189   10   Perfidia                                                            Alberto Borras Dominguez
GLCD 5189   11   Bouquet                                                             Percy Faith
GLCD 5189   12   The Most Beautiful Girl In The World                                Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5189   13   Adios                                                               Enric Madriguera, Eddie Woods, arr. Geoff Love
GLCD 5189   14   Then You May Take Me To The Fair (from "Camelot")                   Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5189   15   Time Waits For Me                                                   Cliff Friend, Charles Tobias
GLCD 5189   16   Spending Spree                                                      Andy Thurlow, real name Harry Rabinowitz
GLCD 5189   17   Nurseryland                                                         Angela Morley, as 'Walter Stott'
GLCD 5189   18   On The Loose                                                        Pat Beaver, Tony King
GLCD 5189   19   The Rebel (Music from the film) Main Title Theme                    Frank Cordell
GLCD 5189   20   The Rebel (Music from the film) Oo-La-La                            Frank Cordell
GLCD 5189   21   Vanessa                                                             Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5189   22   Faraway Music                                                       Steve Race
GLCD 5189   23   The Singer Not The Song - Theme from the Film                       Philip Green
GLCD 5189   24   Strolling Home                                                      Robert Farnon
GLCD 5189   25   Periwinkle                                                          Frank Sterling, real names Stuart Crombie, Dennis Berry
GLCD 5189   26   Jeunesse                                                            Anthony Mawer
GLCD 5189   27   Romance In The Breeze                                               Edward White
GLCD 5189   28   Holiday For Strings                                                 David Rose
GLCD 5190    1   City Movement                                                       Roger Roger
GLCD 5190    2   Simonetta                                                           Belle Fenstock, Irving Caesar
GLCD 5190    3   So Wird's Nie Wieder Sein (How It's Never Going To Be)              Gerhard Winkler, Bruno Balz
GLCD 5190    4   La Polka Des Menottes (Polka Of The Handcuffed Men)                 Gérard Calvi, real name Grégoire Elie Krettly
GLCD 5190    5                                                                       Michael And Hans Fritz
                 Das Karussell, Das Dreht Sich Immer Rundherum (The Carousel Goes Round Jary,Round) Beckmann
GLCD 5190    6   Champagne                                                           Franck Pourcel
GLCD 5190    7   Paris Palace Hotel                                                  Paul Jules Durand
GLCD 5190    8   Tu T'Fous De Moi (Are You Kidding Me?)                              André Varel, pseudonym of André Tubiana and Charles Bailly
GLCD 5190    9   Toy Trumpet                                                         Raymond Scott
GLCD 5190   10                                                                       Kurt Noack
                 Parade Of The Elves (Heinzelmännchens Wachtparade, a.k.a.Tomtarnas Vaktparad)
GLCD 5190   11   Teddy Bears' Picnic                                                 John W. Bratton
GLCD 5190   12   Les Demons De La Nuit (The Devils Of The Night)                     Gérard Calvi, real name Grégoire Elie Krettly
GLCD 5190   13   Till Margareta (To Margareta)                            Kurt Larsson
GLCD 5190   14   The Phantom Brigade                                      William H. Myddleton
GLCD 5190   15   The Whistler And His Dog                                 Arthur Pryor
GLCD 5190   16   Hem Fran Slattern (Home From The Plains)                 Kurt Larsson
GLCD 5190   17   Happy Time                                               Tom Wyler, real name Toni Leutwiler
GLCD 5190   18   Cupido Dansar (Cupid Dances)                             Einar Hylin
GLCD 5190   19   The Extravagant Polka                                    Pierre Leemans
GLCD 5190   20   Dance Of The Millions                                    Dolf van der Linden
GLCD 5190   21   Ferry Boat Serenade (La Piccinina)                       Eldo di Lazzaro
GLCD 5190   22   Military Tango                                           André Popp
GLCD 5190   23   Amphitryon Waltz                                         Walter Borchert, Franz Doelle, Charlie Amberg
GLCD 5190   24   Tango Bolero                                             Juan Liossas
GLCD 5190   25   The Little Goblin (Der Kleine Kobold)                    Willi Samariter
GLCD 5190   26   Tales From The Orient - Waltz (Märchen Aus Dem Orient)   Johann Strauss II
GLCD 5190   27   Gib Obacht! (Watch Out!)                                 Ernst Fischer
GLCD 5191    1   Strings Afire                                            Wayne Robinson, Caesar Giovannini, Herman Clebanoff
GLCD 5191    2   'S Wonderful                                             George Gershwin, arr. Rayburn Wright
GLCD 5191    3   Adieu Tristesse (Felicidade - from 'Orfeu Negro')        Antonio Carlos Jobim
GLCD 5191    4   As Time Goes By                                          Herman Hupfeld
GLCD 5191    5   Skin Diver's Ballet                                      Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5191    6   Champs Elysees                                           Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5191    7   I Can Dream Can't I                                      Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
GLCD 5191    8   Veradero                                                 Bernie Wayne, real name Bernard Weitzner
GLCD 5191    9   Valse Mignonette                                         Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Trebilco
GLCD 5191   10   Herbstgold Autumn Gold                                    Giovanni Brusso
GLCD 5191   11   Piccadilly                                               David Rose
GLCD 5191   12   Very Nice Man from 'Carnival'                            Bob Merrill, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5191   13   Corrida                                                  Dominico Savino
GLCD 5191   14   China Doll                                               Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5191   15   Assembly Line                                            Ray Martin
GLCD 5191   16   Goblin's Gavotte                                         Anthony Tamburello, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5191   17   Evening On Tokyo's Sumida                                Dorothy Guyver Britton
GLCD 5191   18   Maracaibo                                                Les Baxter
GLCD 5191   19   My Man Mon Homme                                         Maurice Yvain, Albert Lucien Willemetz, Jacques Mardochee Charle
GLCD 5191   20   Swedish Rhapsody Midsummer Vigil                         Hugo Alfven, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5191   21   The Secret Of Happiness                                  Curtin, Carl Sigmund
GLCD 5191   22   Carefree Character                                       Alan Perry, real name Ernest Tomlinson
GLCD 5191   23   All Through The Day from 'Centennial Summer'             Jerome Kern, arr. Paul Weston
GLCD 5191   24   Caress                                                   Nagy, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5191   25   Sidewalk                                                 Charles Williams
GLCD 5192    1   Night And Day (from the film 'The Gay Divorcee')         Cole Porter, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5192    2   Bidin' My Time                                           George Gershwin, arr. Rayburn Wright
GLCD 5192    3   Bobsled                                                  Wayne Robinson,Caesar Giovannini, Herman Clebanoff
GLCD 5192    4   Italia Mia                                               Annunzio Paolo Mantovani
GLCD 5192    5   London Serenade                                          Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5192    6   Coney Island                                             Don Banks
GLCD 5192    7   Carioca (from the film 'Flying Down To Rio')             Gus Kahn, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans
GLCD 5192    8   What Is There To Say                                     Vernon Duke, E. Y. Harburg
GLCD 5192    9   Jockey On The Carousel                                   Jerome Kern, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5192   10   Pedro The Fisherman (from 'The Lisbon Story')            Harold Vousden Purcell, Harry Parr-Davies, arr. Johnny Douglas
GLCD 5192   11   Petite Waltz                                             Joe Heyne
GLCD 5192   12   Amparito Roca                                            Jaime Texidor
GLCD 5192   13   One Eyed Jacks - Love theme from the film                Hugo Friedhofer
GLCD 5192   14   Lisa                                                     Percy Faith
GLCD 5192   15   Ruby (from the film 'Ruby Gentry')                       Heinz Roemheld, Mitchell Parish
GLCD 5192   16   On The Beach At Waikiki                                  Henry Kaikimai, G.H. Stove, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5192   17   Dream Of Olwen (from the film 'While I Live')                       Charles Williams
GLCD 5192   18   Nobody's Heart                                                      Richard Rodgers, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5192   19   The Alamo - Theme from the film (Green Leaves Of Summer)            Paul Francis Webster, Dimitri Tiomkin
GLCD 5192   20   Fete Circassienne                                                   Wal-Berg
GLCD 5192   21   Mayfair (from ‘London Again' Suite)                                 Eric Coates
GLCD 5192   22   Away Out West (from the film 'Around The World In Eighty Days')     Victor Popular Young, Harold Adamson, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5193    1   A Wonderful Guy (from 'South Pacific')                              Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, arr. Conrad Salinger
GLCD 5193    2   These Foolish Things                                                Jack Strachey, Eric Maschwitz, arr. Angela Morley
GLCD 5193    3   And This Is My Beloved                                              Robert Craig Wright, George Forrest, arr. David Rose
GLCD 5193    4   Soliloquy (from 'Carousel')                                         Richard Rodgers, arr. Brian Fahey
GLCD 5193    5   Oh, Lady, Be Good                                                   George Gershwin, arr. Rayburn Wright
GLCD 5193    6   When You Wish Upon A Star                                           Leigh Harline, Ned Washington, arr. Annuzio Mantovani
GLCD 5193    7   East Of Fifth (also known as 'Stateside Stroll')                    Anthony Tamburello, arr. Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5193    8   September Song (from 'Knickerbocker Holiday')                       Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson, arr. Roland Shaw
GLCD 5193    9   Zandunga - Jesusita E Chihuahua (The Dancing Donkey)                Traditional, arr. Percy Faith
GLCD 5193   10   The London I Love                                                   Harold Purcell, George Posford, arr. Leon Young
GLCD 5193   11   Where Or When (from 'Babes In Arms')                                Richard Rodgers, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5193   12   The Lincolnshire Poacher                                            Traditional, arr. Robert Farnon
GLCD 5193   13   Yesterdays                                                          Jerome Kern, arr. Frank Cordell
GLCD 5193   14   A Little White Gardenia (from the film 'All The King's Horses')     Sam Coslow, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5193   15   Dancing On The Ceiling                                              Richard Rodgers, arr. Gordon Jenkins
GLCD 5193   16   The Paratroopers' March (original title Marche des Parachutistes)   Pierre Jules Leemans, arr. Ray Martin
GLCD 5193   17   If Ever I Would Leave You (from 'Camelot')                          Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5193   18   Ebb Tide                                                            Robert Maxwell, arr. Johnny Douglas
GLCD 5193   19   Volveré                                                             Maria Grever, arr. Laurie Johnson
GLCD 5193   20   Romance                                                             Anton Rubinstein, arr. Arthur Wilkinson
GLCD 5193   21   Ill Wind                                                            Harold Arlen, arr. Nelson Riddle
GLCD 5193   22   Elizabeth And Essex Love Theme                                      George Martin, arr. Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5193   23   The British Grenadiers                                              Traditional, arr. Clive Richardson
GLCD 5193   24   Scheherazade Themes                                                 Rimsky Korsakov, adapted and arranged by David Carroll
GLCD 5194    1   Thunder And Lightning Polka                                         Johann Strauss, arr. Sidney Torch
GLCD 5194    2   Stormy Weather                                                      Harold Arlen, arr. Morton Gould
GLCD 5194    3   Misty Valley                                                        Peter Yorke
GLCD 5194    4   Tango In The Rain                                                   Lotar Leonard Olias
GLCD 5194    5   Over The Hills And Far Away                                         Frederic Curzon
GLCD 5194    6   Whistle Down The Wind (Theme music from the film)                   Malcolm Arnold
GLCD 5194    7   Meadow Mist                                                         Trevor Duncan, real name Leonard Charles Trebilco
GLCD 5194    8   The Whirlpool Theme (from the film 'Whirlpool')                     Ron Goodwin
GLCD 5194    9   Saga Of The Seven Seas                                              Clive Richardson
GLCD 5194   10   Summer Skies                                                        Leroy Anderson
GLCD 5194   11   Wandering The King's Highway                                        Leslie Coward
GLCD 5194   12   Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (from 'The New Moon')                Sigmund Romberg, arr. William Hill Bowen
GLCD 5194   13   Fireflies                                                           Peter Yorke
GLCD 5194   14   September In The Rain                                               Al Dubin, Harry Warren, arr. Ronald Binge
GLCD 5194   15   Blue Is The Night                                                   Percy Faith
GLCD 5194   16   Whirlwind                                                           Eric Spear
GLCD 5194   17   Countrywide                                                         Anthony Mawer
GLCD 5194   18   Tonnerre Sur La Louisiane(Thunder In Louisiana)                     Gérard Calvi, real name Grégoire Elie Krettly
GLCD 5194   19   Twilight On Las Pampas                                              Dominico Savino
GLCD 5194   20   Headland Country                                                    Robert Farnon
GLCD 5194   21   Trotting Class                                                      Bruce Campbell
GLCD 5194   22   Landscape (Paysages)                                                Roger Roger
GLCD 5194   23   The Mad Mountain Ride                                               George Trevare
GLCD 5194   24   Spring Idyll                                                        Cyril Watters
GLCD 5194   25   Sunrise (from 'Grand Canyon' Suite)                                 Ferde Grofé
Artist                                     Publisher/Label                     Time
                                           Chappell C 364 - 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                         2:57
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3331 - 1950             2:47
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Columbia DB 2107 - 1948              3:30
RON GOODWIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Polygon P 1061 - 1953                2:30
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca F 9721 - 1951                  3:13
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DX 1436 - 1947              3:53
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               HMV B 9364 - 1944                    2:53
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca F 9215 - 1949                  3:06
                                           Francis, Day & Hunter FDH 072 - 1952 3:04
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX
                                           Paxton PR 430 - 1946
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                          3:15
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DX 1724 - 1951              4:10
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 2392 - 1948              2:28
                                           Chappell C 433 - 1952
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUBERT CLIFFORD                       3:00
                                            MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEHMV C 3570 - 1947                       4:15
                                            CAMARATA
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byDecca F 8885 - 1948                     3:25
                                            JOSEPH LEWIS
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted byHMV C 2666 - 1935                      3:59
                                           Chappell C 398 - 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                         2:14
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2402 - 1948                   3:21
                                           Brunswick
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA O 5005 - 1952                   2:24
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia DB 3158 - 1952              3:07
                                           Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes OT 2189 - 1950            3:14
                                           Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 560 - c 1952                    2:33
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca F 10181 - 1953                 2:15
REGINALD KING AND HIS LIGHT ORCHESTRA      Sterno 1171 - 1933                   2:43
                                            KRISH
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SERGEBoosey & Hawkes OT 2087 - 1946          3:55
                                           Columbia DB 2346
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH - 1948                   3:07
BILLY TERNENT AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Harmony A 1004 - 1949                2:34
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLESC 269 - 1946                   2:45
THE GERALDO STRING ORCHESTRA               Parlophone R 3059 - 1947             3:11
STANLEY BLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca F 8572 - 1945                  3:17
                                           Columbia DC
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA Solo Violin: Max Pollikoff399 - 1947             3:24
                                           HMV
MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER GOEHR B 9508 - 1946                       2:27
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 116 - 1948                       2:22
                                           Decca M
ORCHESTRE RAYMONDE Conducted by ROBERT PRESTON 605 - 1947                       3:05
                                           HMV B 9692 - 1948
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                             3:09
ALBERT SANDLER AND HIS PALM COURT ORCHESTRAColumbia DB 2236 - 1946              2:52
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLESC 270 - 1946                   2:50
                                           Decca F 9157
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES - 1949                    3:09
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 037 - 1947 2:31
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY Harmonic HMP 286B - 1949               2:53
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLESC 280 - 1947                   3:00
                                           Decca F 9091
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL - 1949                      3:04
                                           Chappell C 290
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH - 1947                   3:02
THE REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1164 - 1943              3:04
                                           Columbia DB 2180 - 1945
TWO CITIES SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                     6:38
                                           Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBUR & Hawkes O 2057 - 1946            3:06
                                           Columbia DX 1581 - 1949
ROBIN HOOD DELL ORCHESTRA Conducted by MORTON GOULD                             2:58
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES Decca K 1572 - 1947                    8:03
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 420 - 1951                       2:27
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3712 - 1953             2:35
EDMUNDO ROS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca F 9996 - 1952                  2:21
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA        HMV B 10414 - 1953                   2:48
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 3271 - 1953              2:42
                                            Curzon
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FredericBoosey & Hawkes O 2217 - 1953        2:46
ROBERTO INGLEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Parlophone R 3275 - 1950             3:01
                                           Chappell C382 - 1950
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                       2:07
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca F 9316 - 1950                2:55
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol CL 13304 - 1950            2:55
                                           Columbia DB 3206 - 1952
GROSVENOR CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by PEDER VAN ZUIDER                     2:47
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Essex 341 - 1953                   2:42
BILLY COTTON AND HIS BAND                  Decca F 9564 - 1950                3:04
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3520 - 1952           2:16
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Polygon P 1027 - 1951              3:03
                                           Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 609 - 1953                    2:45
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 649 - 1953                     2:15
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA/ ROBERT FARNONChappell C409 - 1952               2:50
MUSIC BY CAMARATA                          Decca DL 5461 - 1952               3:05
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Polygon P 1040 - 1952              2:50
HENRI RENE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               HMV B 10091 - 1951                 2:54
STANLEY BLACK, HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA Decca F 9384 - 1950                2:37
                                           Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes O 2226 - 1953        2:34
                                           Decca F 10042 - 1953
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                       2:48
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia DB 3189 - 1952            3:13
                                           MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEHMV C 4207 - 1953                     9:22
                                           Polygon P 1007 -
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON 1951                  3:11
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Polygon P 1007 - 1951              2:43
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca F 10208 - 1953               2:03
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2836 - 1951            2:50
GERALDO AND HIS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Philips PB 159 - 1953                   2:38
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV B 9908 - 1950                  2:59
                                           Columbia DB
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES 2233 - 1946                3:21
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia DB 3281 - 1953            2:10
                                           HMV
MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER GOEHR B 9496 - 1946                     2:48
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca F 9075 - 1949                3:17
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Polygon P 1066 - 1953                   2:16
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Polygon P 1027 - 1951              2:41
                                           Chappell C 374 -
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON1948                   2:18
                                           Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2147 - 1949           2:56
                                           MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEEMI Mood Music EPX 136 - 1950         3:01
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2384 - 1948                 2:49
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4055 - 1953               3:01
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3471 - 1952           3:02
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1299 - 1953            2:50
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Polygon P 1066 - 1953                   2:50
STANLEY BLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca F 10209 - 1953               3:19
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 3370 - 1953            2:31
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY Harmonic HMP 275 - 1949              3:04
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM 202 - 1949                     1:54
EDMUNDO ROS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca F 10120 - 1953               3:00
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone E 11458 - 1948          8:18
                                           Brunswick
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA O 5005 - 1952                 3:10
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 644 - 1953                     2:47
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia DB 2833 - 1951            2:55
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Brunswick O 5159 - 1953            3:06
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury 5834 - 1952                2:26
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol CL 13304 - 1950            2:58
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM 586 - 1953                     2:45
                                           Pollikoff                           1947
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA Violin MaxColumbia Masterworks M 633 / 4364-M -3:17
MEREDITH WILLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Brunswick LA 8628 - 1953           2:43
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA        HMV B 10414 - 1953                 3:24
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca L 7160 - 1953                3:03
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Essex 328 - 1953                    3:24
                                           MARROW
MGM STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by MACKLIN MGM 132 - 1948                      3:05
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol CL 13101 - 1949             2:59
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA              MGM 595 - 1953                      2:13
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Mercury 5834 - 1952                 2:28
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury 70226 - 1953                2:08
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Columbia DX 1238 - 1946             4:09
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 637 - 1953                      3:55
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Essex 325 - 1953                    2:41
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Brunswick LA 8540 - 1952            3:10
                                          Columbia Masterworks MX 318 / 19014-D - 1948
 ROBIN HOOD DELL ORCHESTRA Conducted by MORTON GOULD                          2:31
                                           MARROW
MGM STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by MACKLIN MGM 456 - 1951                      2:33
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA       HMV B 10376 - 1952                  3:11
HARRY HORLICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca F 7249 - 1939                 2:32
PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Brunswick O151 - 1940               4:16
                                          HMV BD 550 - 1938
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL with REGINALD FOORT, Organ3:08
JACK HYLTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV B 3970 - 1931                   3:14
                                           JOSEPH LEWIS
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted byHMV C 2666 - 1935                    4:03
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA              Bosworth BC 1011 - 1937             3:05
                                          HMV B 9036
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHN ANSELL - 1939                      6:51
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA              HMV B 8052 - 1934                   3:32
                                          HMV C 3079 - 1939
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by CLIFFORD GREENWOOD                    3:56
                                          Columbia DX 904
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER GOEHR - 1939                    7:23
FRED HARTLEY'S QUINTET                    Regal Zonophone MR 853 - 1933       2:40
                                          HMV B 8310
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAYDN WOOD - 1935                       6:24
ALFREDO CAMPOLI AND HIS SALON ORCHESTRA Decca F 3678 - 1933                   2:15
                                          Telefunken E 2490 - 1938
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by EDUARD KÜNNEKE                     7:10
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV B 3740 - 1931                   2:49
PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRAHMV C 2884 - 1937                      7:58
LESLIE JEFFRIES AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Parlophone R 2004 - 1934            2:30
                                          Columbia FB 1035 - 1935
BBC DANCE ORCHESTRA Conducted by HENRY HALL                                   2:33
                                          Columbia DX 814 - 1937
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS GAUMONT-BRITISH SYMPHONY                                   8:36
                                          C105
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:45
                                          C107
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:33
                                          C112
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:55
                                          C120
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:43
                                          C125
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:46
                                          C148
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:43
                                          C154
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    3:00
                                          C155
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:44
                                          C156
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:21
                                          C159
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:50
                                          C161
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:58
                                          C163
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:59
                                          C168
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    3:18
                                          C169
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:41
                                          C170
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    3:23
                                          C178
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    1:35
                                          C180
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:57
                                          C182
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    3:10
                                          C189
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    1:46
                                          C192
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:46
                                          C194
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:47
                                          C195
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:27
                                          C203
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    1:28
                                          C212
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                    2:53
                                                      C215
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                             3:13
                                                      C217
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                             2:35
                                                      C235
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                             3:05
                                                      C239
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                             2:52
                                                      REGAL MUSCANT
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPHZONOPHONE MR 1276 - 1934 2:21
                                                       ARTHUR ANTON featuring AL Paramount Theatre,
                                                                                       3:10
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD 743 (Recorded in TheBOLLINGTON, OrganLondon) - 1939
                                                      Regal by WILLIAM PETHERS         in The
COVENTRY NEW HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA Conducted Zonophone MR 2954 (recorded 3:17 New Hippodrome, Coventry) - 1939
                                                      Columbia DB
REGAL CINEMA ORCHESTRA Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY 877 - 1932                         2:02
                                                       ARTHUR ANTON featuring AL Paramount Theatre, London) - 1938
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD 570 (Recorded in The BOLLINGTON, Organ  6:11
                                                      Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 5403 (Recorded in The Plaza 2:46       Theatre, London) - 1929
                                                      by REGINALD 1934
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted HMV C 2654 - BURSTON                         7:15
                                                      Regal Zonophone MR
TROXY BROADCASTING ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT 1431 - 1934                   2:55
                                                      Regal Zonophone MR 1902
GRANADA WALTHAMSTOW ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES MANNING - 1935                      2:49
PALACE THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by HYAM GREENBAUM  Decca K 649 - 1932               6:04
                                                      HMV C CREAN
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD1916 - 1931                             4:36
                                                      HMV BD 564
GAUMONT STATE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALFRED VAN DAM- 1938                              3:14
                                                      Regal by WILLIAM PETHERS          in The
COVENTRY NEW HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA Conducted Zonophone MR 2954 (Recorded 3:12 New Hippodrome, Coventry) - 1939
                                                      Parlophone E 6419 - 1931
PRINCE OF WALES PLAYHOUSE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK WESTFIELD                       3:03
                                                      Regal Zonophone MR
TROXY BROADCASTING ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT 1480 - 1934                   3:06
                                                      HMV C
GERALDO AND HIS LONDON HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA 3028 - 1938                                8:31
                                                      Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 9157 (Recorded in The Plaza 2:03       Theatre, London) - 1927
                                                      HMV BD 564
GAUMONT STATE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALFRED VAN DAM- 1938                              3:26
                                                      Columbia DX with QUENTIN The Regal Organ
                                                                                       8:08
REGAL CINEMA ORCHESTRA Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY 72 (Recorded inMACLEAN, Cinema, Marble Arch, London) - 1930
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca LF1123 - 1953              3:00
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Parlophone R3264 - 1950          3:12
MGM Studio Orchestra Conducted by Adolph Deutsch MGM685 - 1953                         3:07
MGM Studio Orchestra Conducted by Hans Sommer MGM578 - 1953                            3:34
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R3736 - 1953                          2:18
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA            Columbia DB2702 - 1950           2:33
                                                      Decca
London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Muir Mathieson K1544 - 1946                     4:11
                                                      Decca F10208 - 1953
Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra with Dave Shand, saxophone                           2:49
                                                      Columbia DX1458 - 1948
Queen's Hall Light Orchestra Conducted by Sidney Torch with Mischa Spoliansky, piano   4:12
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Columbia DX1724 - 1951           4:29
                                                      Columbia WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES DX1320 - 1947                        4:17
                                                      Decca
London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Muir Mathieson K1571 - 1947                     3:44
                                                      Decca K1577 - 1947
Louis Levy and his 'Music From The Movies' with Reginald Leopold, violin               3:47
                                                       Dulay, piano
Charles Williams and his Concert Orchestra with ArthurColumbia DB2526 - 1949           3:06
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Parlophone R3488 - 1952          2:36
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA            Columbia DB2836 - 1951           3:09
Melachrino Strings Conducted by George Melachrino HMV B9535 - 1947                     3:27
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Parlophone R3578 - 1952          3:26
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA            Columbia DX1688 - 1950           3:59
                                                      HMV
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino C3736 - 1948                   4:15
                                                      Columbia DX1829 - 1952
Charles Williams and his Concert Orchestra piano Arthur Sandford                       3:46
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        MGM 221 - 1949                   5:35
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca DR7178 - 1943              3:19
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F9565 - 1950               2:47
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F9215 - 1949               2:52
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8724 - 1947               3:24
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8461 - 1944               3:29
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8541 - 1945               3:19
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8959 - 1948               2:31
                                                      Decca F9282
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA with Arthur Sandford, piano - 1949                         3:14
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8461 - 1944               2:56
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8959 - 1948               3:18
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                           Decca F8867 - 1948               3:01
                                            Decca F9565
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA with Arthur Sandford, piano - 1950          2:59
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F8839 - 1948          2:54
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9847 - 1952          3:14
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9991 - 1952          2:56
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9831 - 1952          2:56
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK4061 - 1953         2:29
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9902 - 1952          3:00
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F10085 - 1953         2:56
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK4065 - 1953         2:54
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F8698 - 1946          3:05
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9892 - 1952          2:47
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK4061 - 1953         2:40
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 London 1355 - 1953          2:58
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK4065 - 1953         2:45
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F9956 - 1952          2:46
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA  Chappell C443 - 1954        2:45
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Philips PB310 - 1954        1:54
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA         HMV B10754 - 1954           2:39
                                            Philips PB234 - 1954
WINIFRED ATWELL, piano with CYRIL ORNADEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             2:56
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury 70166 - 1953        2:17
                                            Philips PB161
HAMBURG RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY HERMANN - 1953               3:19
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Paxton PR630 - 1954         3:17
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol CL14073 - 1954      2:51
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Philips PB114 - 1953        2:58
RONNIE PLEYDELL AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA   Melodisc 1309 - 1954        3:07
REG TILSLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Melodisc 1303 - 1954        2:32
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polygon P 1143 - 1954       3:04
EDMUNDO ROS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca F9996 - 1952          2:52
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA         HMV B10721 - 1954           2:55
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA  Chappell C438 - 1954        3:23
JOHNNY DOUGLAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca F10276 - 1954         2:15
JEFF MORLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Philips PB168 - 1953        2:39
PHILIP GREEN and THE CAMEO PLAYERS          Parlophone R3797 - 1954     2:04
MICHAEL FREDERICKS AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Polygon P 1099 - 1954       2:31
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Paxton PR586 - 1954         3:12
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes O2233 - 1954   3:29
AXEL STORDAHL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol CL14060 - 1954      2:45
GEORGE SIRAVO AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Brunswick O5281 - 1954      2:33
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R3923 - 1954           3:01
                                            Decca F 10337 - 1954
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANTHONY COLLINS                 3:15
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Philips PB150 - 1953        5:41
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Essex ESLP108 - 1954        2:58
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA/ ROBERT FARNON Chappell C437 - 1954        3:15
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM D106 - 1952             3:13
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY Harmonic HMP287 - 1949         3:00
                                             CAMARATA
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byDecca DL8112 - 1954             4:28
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca LF1020 - 1950         2:17
                                            Paxton PR488 - 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                  3:10
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1286 - 1952     2:57
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM X1071 - 1954            4:47
                                            Chappell C359 - 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                 3:21
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Essex ESLP108 - 1954        2:59
                                            Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C256 - 1946           3:09
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Paxton PR631 - 1954         3:07
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R3331 - 1950     3:34
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA/ ROBERT FARNON Chappell C445 - 1954        3:03
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         MGM E3226 - 1954                     4:13
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA/ ROBERT FARNON         Chappell C448 - 1954                 3:07
                                                    Paxton PR411 - 1946
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                                   2:51
                                                    Boosey & Hawkes OT2236 - 1954
New Concert Orchestra conducted by Dolf van der Linden                                   4:03
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Mercury MG20048 - 1954               2:11
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY Harmonic HMP287 - 1949                          3:03
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Essex ESLP108 - 1954                 2:56
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA/ ROBERT FARNON         Chappell C442 - 1954                 2:49
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Mercury MPT7004 - 1953               2:46
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                              3:00
                                                    Decca 'Music While You Work' series MW240 - 1944
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 9064 - 1949                  3:09
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 9412 - 1950                  2:58
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca LF 1025 - 1950                 3:15
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 7658 - 1940                  3:00
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 8145 - 1942                  2:56
MANTOVANI AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA                 Decca F 8518 - 1944                  3:10
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 8145 - 1942                  2:55
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 8645 - 1946                  6:17
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 7798 - 1941                  2:38
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca LF 1025 - 1950                 3:15
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         London 1000 - 1951                   2:46
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca LF 1025 - 1950                 2:58
                                                    Decca LF 1025 -
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring Stan Newsome, trumpet1950                          3:53
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 9013 - 1948                  3:00
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 8894 - 1948                  3:11
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca LF 1025 - 1950                 2:59
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 9291 - 1949                  3:09
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                              3:09
                                                    Decca 'Music While You Work' series MW240 - 1944
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Decca F 8584 - 1945                  3:20
                                                    Decca F 7658 - 1940
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA with wordless vocal chorus by Stella Roberta and Jack Plant  3:17
                                                    Decca K 1881 - 1948
MANTOVANI AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring Arthur Young, piano                        8:24
WALTER SCHARF AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Mercury MG 25192 - 1954              2:51
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV B 10277 - 1952                   2:51
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        MGM D 106 - 1952                     3:01
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Columbia MM 706-1 - c. 1950          3:51
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia ML 4481 - 1952              4:18
CONDUCTED BY CAMARATA                               Decca DL 8112 - 1954                 3:07
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Mercury MG 20048 - 1953              2:56
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Columbia 4-39783 - 1952              2:08
                                                    HMV B 10098
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER - 1951                               3:08
                                                    Capitol L 534 1954
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS arranged and conducted by RICHARD- JONES                          1:15
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Dot 15247 - 1954                     2:22
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Capitol CL 14158 - 1954              2:55
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         Brunswick O 5270 - 1953              3:13
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Epic LG 1019 - 1953                  2:30
MEREDITH WILLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Brunswick LA 8628 - 1953             2:35
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Brunswick LA 8540 - 1952             2:31
ROBIN HOOD DELL ORCHESTRA Conducted by MORTON GOULD Columbia ML 4361 - 1949              3:57
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS 'POPS' ORCHESTRA              Brunswick O5263 - 1953               2:41
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Mercury MPT 7004 - 1954              2:31
CONDUCTED BY CAMARATA                               Decca DL 8112 - 1954                 3:13
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia ML 4682 - 1953              3:15
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Columbia ML 2021 - c. 1948           3:26
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        MGM 441 - 1950                       2:10
                                                    Capitol L 534 1954
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS arranged and conducted by RICHARD- JONES                          1:53
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Mercury MPT 7004 - 1954              2:18
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS SINGING STRINGS         Brunswick O 5159 - 1953         2:36
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM C 754 - 1954                3:04
                                             BC1004 - 1937
PETER YORKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA OR LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA (RECORD 2:51   LABELS DIFFER)
THE WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA             BC1014 - 1937                   3:08
LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                   BC1035 - 1938                   2:59
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                     BC1068 - 1939                   2:40
LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                   BC1107 - 1941                   3:07
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                     BC1108 - 1941                   2:58
LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                   BC1124 - c.1941                 3:18
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                     BC1139 - c.1941/42              2:44
INTERNATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA                BC1158 - 1943                   2:48
BOSWORTH'S STRING ORCHESTRA                  BC1205 - 1948                   3:12
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1212 - 1948                   1:29
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1213 - 1948                   3:11
NATIONAL LIGHT ORCHESTRA                     BC1229 - c.1949                 3:00
                                             BC1232 - 1950
BOSWORTH'S SYMPHONIC STRING ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY LOUIS VOSS                2:18
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1234 - 1950                   2:54
THE WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA             BC1242 - 1950                   3:00
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1251 - 1950                   2:59
NATIONAL LIGHT ORCHESTRA                     BC1258 - 1950                   2:38
THE WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA             BC1262 - 1950                   2:53
THE WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA             BC1278 - 1952                   2:51
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1279 - 1952                   2:34
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1286 - 1952                   2:57
NATIONAL LIGHT ORCHESTRA                     BC1289 - 1952                   2:52
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA                 BC1292 - 1952                   2:44
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                     BC1293 - 1952                   2:53
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BC1294 - 1952                   2:46
LONDON BIJOU PLAYERS                         BC1297 - 1953                   2:56
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Parlophone F 1365 - 1938        2:40
                                             ANTON 729 AL BOLLINGTON (Organ) 3:22
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD with - 1939
BARNABAS VON GÉCZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA HMV B 8510 - 1936                       3:14
                                              by CHARLES SHADWELL - 1935     6:18
COVENTRY HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA ConductedRegal Zonophone MR 1915 (piano soloist: Jack Wilson)
                                             Columbia DB 877 - 1931
REGAL VIRTUOSI Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY with SIDNEY TORCH, Organ         2:57
                                             HMV BD 794
ALFREDO CAMPOLI AND HIS MARIMBA TANGO ORCHESTRA - 1939                       3:06
HARRY HORLICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca F 7249 - 1939             3:20
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                HMV B 3740 - 1931               2:58
INTERNATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1017 - 1937         2:51
DEBROY SOMERS BAND                           Columbia FB 1907 - 1938         6:07
BBC DANCE ORCHESTRA Directed by HENRY HALLColumbia CB 716 - 1934             2:54
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              HMV B 8677 - 1936               3:20
HARRY ENGLEMAN'S QUINTET                     Columbia FB 1715 - 1936         2:58
                                             HMV BD 540 -
GAUMONT STATE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALFRED VAN DAM 1938                     6:42
ROBERT RENARD AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 1959 - 1934        2:56
HERBERT KÜSTER'S PIANO ORCHESTRA             Decca F 6007 - 1936             2:49
EDITH LORAND AND HER VIENNESE ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 1533 - 1933             3:15
                                             REGAL MUSCANT
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPHZONOPHONE MR 1276 - 1934 3:12
                                             HMV
NEW MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAY NOBLE C 2647 - 1934                   7:41
                                             EMI                             2:55
NEW MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAY NOBLE TT 1557-1 - Recorded 11 January 1934 (Binaural)
                                             Columbia DB 878 - 1932           MVO,
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by Lieutenant BETRAM WALTON O'DONNELL, 2:14 ARAM (later FRAM)
                                             HMV SMITH
NATIONAL BAND OF NEW ZEALAND Conducted by K.G.L.B 10585 - 1953               2:14
                                             Columbia DX 355 - 1932
THE BAND OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS Conducted by Lt.-Col. GEORGE MILLER         4:08
CALLENDER'S SENIOR BAND                      HMV BD 538 - 1938               3:06
                                             Decca F 10082 - 1952
BAND OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS Conducted by Major F.J. HARRIS, MBE             2:48
                                             Capitol CL 13428 -
THE CAPITOL SYMPHONIC BAND Conducted by LOUIS CASTELLUCCI 1950               2:40
                                             Columbia 9744 1929               MVO,
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by Lieutenant BETRAM-WALTON O'DONNELL, 3:27 ARAM (later FRAM)
                                                    Columbia DB 2866 - 1951
CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Conducted by Wing Commander A. E. SIMS, MBE   2:34
                                                    HMV SMITH
NATIONAL BAND OF NEW ZEALAND Conducted by K.G.L.B 10585 - 1953                    2:25
                                                    Columbia 9744 1929            MVO,
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by Lieutenant BETRAM-WALTON O'DONNELL, 2:35 ARAM (later FRAM)
                                                    HMV B JAMES CAUSLEY WINDRAM 3:00
BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS Conducted by Major4073 - 1932
                                                    Decca GEORGE MILLER
BAND OF HM GRENADIER GUARDS Conducted by Captain F 5077 - 1934                    2:56
                                                    Columbia DX 706 - 1935        MVO,
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by Lieutenant BETRAM WALTON O'DONNELL, 3:41 ARAM (later FRAM)
                                                     AMERS
EASTBOURNE MUNICIPAL BAND Conducted by H.G.Columbia 5401 - 1929                   2:45
                                                    HERRMANN
DEUTSCHMEISTER KAPELLE Conducted by JULIUS Nixa WLPY 6708 - 1952                  2:54
                                                    Boosey & Hawkes M
BAND OF THE WELSH GUARDS Conducted by CAPTAIN F. L. STATHAM 2167 - 1949           2:51
BAND OF THE IRISH GUARDS                            Boosey & Hawkes M 2144 - 1948 5:18
                                                     by HARRY MORTIMER,
THE 'ALL STAR' CONCERT BRASS BAND ConductedPaxton PR 636 - 1954 OBE               3:19
CALLENDER'S SENIOR BAND                             HMV BD 538 - 1938             2:58
                                                    Bosworth BB 69 - 1944
ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL OF MUSIC (KNELLER HALL) Conducted by Major M. ROBERTS 2:31
                                                     by HARRY MORTIMER,
THE 'ALL STAR' CONCERT BRASS BAND ConductedPaxton PR 577 - 1952 OBE               3:14
                                                    Bosworth BB 67 - 1944
ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL OF MUSIC (KNELLER HALL) Conducted by Major M. ROBERTS 2:42
                                                    Bosworth BB 59 - 1943
BAND OF THE QUEEN'S ROYAL REGIMENT Conducted by ROGER BARSOTTI                    2:43
                                                     by HARRY MORTIMER,
THE 'ALL STAR' CONCERT BRASS BAND ConductedPaxton PR 635 - 1954 OBE               2:58
                                                    HERRMANN
DEUTSCHMEISTER KAPELLE Conducted by JULIUS Nixa WLPY 6708 - 1952                  3:28
CELEBRITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                        De Wolfe DW2540 - 1952        2:32
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Chappell C459 - 1954          2:34
                                                    Decca K1175 - 1946
BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA, leader Alfred Barker, Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON 4:30
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Philips PB310 - 1954          2:30
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by WAL-BERG Harmonic CBL305A - 1950                  2:59
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Parlophone R 3641 - 1953      2:25
                                                    MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEEMI EPX009 - 1947                         4:27
                                                    Columbia DX 1702 - 1950       6:27
ASSOCIATED BRITISH PICTURE CORPORATION ORCHESTRA-Conducted by PHILIP GREEN - pianist WILLIAM McGUFFIE
                                                    Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLESC247 - 1946?                     2:15
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Paxton PR630 - 1954           2:49
MALCOLM LOCKYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Polygon P 1097 - 1954         3:01
                                                     Curzon
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FredericBoosey & Hawkes OT2219 - 1953          2:42
LEIGHTON LUCAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    EMI EPX021 - 1947             2:18
                                                    De Wolfe DW2554 - 1953
CELEBRITIY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGO DE GROOT                          2:11
                                                    MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEEMI EPX013 - 1947                         4:03
WILLIAM HILL-BOWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Planet E1014 - 1953           2:51
MISCHA MICHAELOFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Nixa NZ8001 - 1951            3:56
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Parlophone E11459 - 1948      8:22
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Columbia DX1839 - 1952        3:07
                                                    Chappell C356
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH- 1948                      2:26
                                                    Decca K2287 - 1949
THE TONHALLE ORCHESTRA, ZURICH Conducted by ROBERT STOLZ                          8:12
STANLEY BLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca F 10238 - 1954          3:02
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        MGM E 3101 - 1954             3:18
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia DB 3547 - 1954       2:50
                                                    Boosey & Hawkes O 2246 - 1955
New Concert Orchestra conducted by Dolf van der Linden                            2:54
                                                    Brunswick
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA O 5375 - 1955                     3:17
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F 10387 - 1954          2:32
                                                    Polygon P 1157 - 1955
JOE 'MR PIANO' HENDERSON with LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    2:51
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Capitol CL 14166 - 1954       3:07
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Philips PB 114 - 1953         2:51
                                                    Philips PB 408
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BERNIE LEIGHTON - 1955                    2:35
                                                    Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 471 - 1954                         2:33
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS 'POPS' ORCHESTRA              Brunswick LA 8708 - 1955      2:45
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca F 10359 - 1954          2:15
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Chappell C 490 - 1955         2:26
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Parlophone R 3941 - 1954      2:30
WILLIAM HILL-BOWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Planet E 1014 - 1953          2:27
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca LK 4117 - 1955          2:34
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Philips PB 480 - 1955          2:13
                                                    Boosey & Hawkes O 2244 - 1955
New Concert Orchestra conducted by Dolf van der Linden                             3:12
                                                    MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEHMV B 10639 - 1954                         3:09
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Mercury 70353 - 1954           2:41
                                                    Philips PB 161 - 1953
AUGMENTED HAMBURG RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY HERMANN                       3:26
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Chappell C 460 - 1954          2:37
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     HMV B10651 - 1954              2:05
                                                    Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 542 - 1952                         2:57
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Brunswick LA 8540 - 1952       3:16
                                                    piano PB 159 - 1953
GERALDO AND HIS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA - PhilipsSidney Bright                       3:21
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Columbia ML 4361 - 1949        2:40
                                                    Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 275 - 1946                     2:58
                                                    HMV B 9993
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER - 1950                         3:47
                                                     ROBERT FARNON
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byDecca F 9038 - 1948                        2:49
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Philips BBL 7045 - 1955        4:30
                                                    LOUIS VOSS
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Bosworth BC 1172 - 1944                  2:47
                                                    MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEEMI EP013 - 1947                           3:15
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Philips PB 327 - 1954          2:45
                                                    Decca F 10337 - 1954
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANTHONY COLLINS                            3:18
                                                    Decca STANFORD ROBINSON
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Conducted byLK 4080 - 1954                        4:36
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Capitol CL14158 - 1954         2:35
MUSIC BY CAMARATA                                   Brunswick O5011 - 1951         3:21
HARRY HORLICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca F 7249 - 1939            2:37
REGINALD KING AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     HMV B 3408 - 1930              3:15
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       HMV B 8416 - 1936              3:05
RON GOODWIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Polygon P 1061 - 1953          2:25
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        MGM 420 - 1951                 3:09
                                                    Decca LK 4066 - 1953           3:20
KINGSWAY PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANLEY BLACK featuring STANLEY BLACK, piano
                                                    Decca LK
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES 4056 - 1953                        4:14
                                                    Chappell C 323 - 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            2:48
                                                    Chappell C 305
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH - 1947                      3:05
                                                    Columbia DX 1204 - 1945        9:15
COLUMBIA LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS featuring CLIVE RICHARDSON, piano
                                                    Decca M
ORCHESTRE RAYMONDE Conducted by ROBERT PRESTON 605 - 1947                          3:11
                                                    HMV C 2734
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAYDN WOOD - 1935                            4:18
                                                    Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2201 - 1950                3:01
                                                    HMV B 3466 - 1930
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                              3:02
                                                    Columbia DB 2548 - 1949
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring FREDDY GARDNER, saxophone          2:33
                                                    HMV BD 523 1938
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL-featuring REGINALD FOORT, organ2:35
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia DX 1812 - 1952        7:38
DEBROY SOMERS BAND                                  Columbia FB 1735 - 1937        2:47
                                                    Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 249 - 1946                     3:05
                                                    Decca F 9295 - 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            3:11
                                                    HMV C 2734                     4:13
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAYDN WOOD ('Jubilee 1910-1935' record) - 1935
                                                    HMV C 2563 - 1933
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                              3:37
                                                    KRISH
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SERGEBoosey & Hawkes OT 2087 - 1946             4:07
                                                    HMV C 2759
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAYDN WOOD - 1936                            8:55
                                                    Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 207 - 1945                     2:18
                                                    Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 250 - 1946                     3:15
                                                    HMV C 2563 - 1933
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                              4:15
                                                    Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2196 - 1950                2:34
DEBROY SOMERS BAND                                  Columbia DX 1227 - 1946        8:19
                                                    C
REGAL VIRTUOSI Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY olumbia DB 1007 - 1933                 2:33
                                                    ANTON 743 AL BOLLINGTON, Organ 2:53
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD with - 1939
                                                    Regal Zonophone MR
CHARLES MANNING AND HIS GRANADA WALTHAMSTOW ORCHESTRA 1902 - 1935                  2:53
                                                    HMV C 2745 - 1936
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                              7:54
                                                    Edison Bell Winner
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT5523 - 1932                   3:22
                                                  HMV B 8169 - 1934
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                                3:30
                                                  ANTON 788 AL BOLLINGTON, Organ 3:22
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD with - 1939
                                                  Parlophone R
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALFRED DOVE 241 - 1928                        6:06
                                                  Broadcast 3298B - 1933
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT                                3:15
                                                  Regal Zonophone MR
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT 1240 - 1934                    2:15
                                                  Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 5192 - 1928                         2:31
                                                  Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 9157 - 1927                         1:30
                                                  Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 9499 - 1928                         7:21
                                                  Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 9242 - 1927                         2:24
                                                  ARTHUR ANTON featuring AL BOLLINGTON, Organ
PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV BD 660 - 1939                            3:06
                                                  Regal Zonophone MR
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY DAVIDSON 2129 - 1936                    6:04
                                                  by CHARLES SHADWELL
COVENTRY HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA ConductedRegal Zonophone MR 2089 - 1936                3:08
                                                  Broadcast 5198 - 1930
WINTER GARDEN THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SYDNEY BAYNES                           3:44
                                                  HMV Direction of LOUIS LEVY
THE GAUMONT BRITISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA Under theC 2617 - 1934                          7:39
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Columbia CL 6178 - 1951            4:00
Melachrino Strings Conducted by George Melachrino HMV B 10648 - 1954                 2:25
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Philips P 10013 R - 1954           3:03
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca F 9914 - 1952                3:21
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Philips PB 294 - 1954              3:00
                                                  Broadcast 5198 - 1930
JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Trumpet solo: BOBBY HACKETT)                       3:20
                                                   STANLEY BLACK
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byDecca LK 4116 - 1955                         2:46
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      MGM E 3067 - 1953                  2:26
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Philips BBL 7011 - 1955            3:57
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Columbia ML 4361 - 1950            3:03
                                                  HMV ROBERT - 1954
Members of NBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALP 1175 RUSSELL BENNETT 3:36
                                                  Columbia CL 810 - by RICHARD RODGERS
PHILHARMONIC-SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORK Conducted 1955                           3:32
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca LK 4083 - 1954               3:11
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Philips BBL 7006 - 1954            2:15
                                                   STANLEY BLACK
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byCapitol LC 6588 - 1953                       4:12
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca LK 4083 - 1954               3:17
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      MGM E 3255 - 1955                  3:11
                                                  Mercury MG 70353 - 1954
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Harmonica solo: RICHARD HAYMAN)                    2:38
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 3855 - 1954                       2:51
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA              Decca AK 2179/80 - 1949           16:18
                                                  Columbia 39613 - 1951
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring The Magic Voices                             2:35
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      MGM D 106 - 1952                   3:05
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   HMV B 10305 - 1952                 2:33
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 772 - 1955             3:46
                                                  RCA Victor LPM 35 E1-LCB-3160 - c Theremin
ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS Conducted by LESLIE BAXTER With Dr. SAMUEL HOFFMAN,1950         3:15
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA        Chappell C 423 - 1953              2:46
                                                  Chappell C 432 - 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUBERT CLIFFORD                            2:41
                                                  Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2194 - 1950                  2:41
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Columbia ML 4361 - 1949            3:15
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Essex E 375A - 1955                2:47
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         MGM 3071 - 1955                    2:43
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury MG 20048 - 1953            2:50
                                                  Chappell C 434 - 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUBERT CLIFFORD                            2:36
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Mercury 70606 - 1955               2:52
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Brunswick O 5270 - 1953            2:59
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA        Chappell C 499 - 1955              2:00
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Capitol H 185 - 1950               2:34
MEYER DAVIS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Columbia C77-3 35426 - c.1942      3:11
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia DX 1895 - 1954            4:08
KURT BURLING'S ROCOCO ORCHESTRA                   HMV B 10264 - 1952                 3:03
TIP TOP TUNES ORCHESTRA Conducted by GERALDO      Parlophone E 11468 - 1949          4:18
                                                  Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes OT 2222 - 1953              1:21
                                                    Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes OT 2189 - 1950                     3:03
                                                     Curzon
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FredericBoosey & Hawkes OT 2220 - 1953                4:09
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUXFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 080 - 1952 3:00
                                                    Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes OT 2195 - 1950                     2:02
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA / ROBERT FARNON        Bosworth BC 1256 - 1950              3:05
                                                    Chappell
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA / ROBERT FARNON C 497 - 1954                                2:32
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT    Boosey & Hawkes O 2205 - 1951        2:47
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Bosworth BC 1261 - 1950              2:47
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Paxton PR641 - 1955                  2:23
                                                    Essex
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA / ROBERT FARNON ESLP108 - 1954                              2:31
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Bosworth BC 1265 - 1950              2:52
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA                        Bosworth BC 1256 - 1950              2:48
INTERNATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA                       Bosworth BX 520 - 1951               1:21
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1256 - 1950              2:14
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1256 - 1950              2:30
                                                    Boosey & Hawkes O 2245 - 1955
New Concert Orchestra conducted by Dolf van der Linden                                   1:27
                                                    Chappell C 321
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH - 1947                            2:58
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA                Columbia DB 2973 - 1951              2:05
CHARLES SHADWELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV B 9526 - 1947                    3:11
NATIONAL LIGHT ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1245 - 1950              2:41
                                                    Chappell
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA / ROBERT FARNON C 494 - 1954                                2:28
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1106 - 1939              2:44
                                                    Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 513 - 1955                                2:44
                                                    Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2197 - 1950                      2:34
NATIONAL LIGHT ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1314 - 1954              3:02
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                            Bosworth BC 1099 - 1939              2:46
DANISH STATE ORCHESTRA / ROBERT FARNON Chappell C 500 - 1955                             2:11
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia DB 3547 - 1954              2:29
                                                    Paxton PR 428 - 1947
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                                   2:58
                                                    Paxton PR 445 - 1947
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                                   3:17
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Parlophone E 11469 - 1949            8:17
                                                    Decca LK 4067 - 1953
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring DAVE GOLDBERG, Guitar                          2:59
                                                    Brunswick clarinet
CAMARATA AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring REGINALD KELL, AXL 2016 - 1954                      2:44
                                                    Polydor featuring MACKY
RIAS DANCE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WERNER MULLER45054 LPH - 1954 KASPAR, trumpet          3:05
                                                    Parlophone R 3642 - 1953
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring EDWARD RUBACH, piano                            2:56
                                                    Chappell C 438 - 1953
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON featuring xylophone 3:09
JACKIE BOND, alto saxophone, AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Polygon P 1182 - 1955                2:38
                                                    Brunswick O 5320 - 1954
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS SINGING STRINGS featuring whistling by MUZZY MARCELLINO 2:45
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring piano      Parlophone R 3185 - 1949             2:10
                                                    Columbia DB 3631
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring French horns - 1955                       2:00
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring guitarHMV B 10666 - 1954                   2:47
                                                    HMV B 10569 - 1953
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring HENRI RENE, musette accordion 2:40
                                                    Columbia CL 779 - 1955
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring MITCH MILLER, cor anglais and oboe               3:41
                                                    RICHARD HAYMAN, Harmonica
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring Mercury MG 20048 - 1953                       2:09
                                                    Columbia DB 3444 - 1954
EDDIE CALVERT, trumpet, with NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA                            2:28
                                                    - whistling
ROBERT FARNON & His Orchestra - Ronnie Ronalde Decca F8944 - 1948                        2:46
                                                    P
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring tuba arlophone R 3827 - 1954                    2:28
                                                    Parlophone R 4113
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BERT WEEDON, guitar - 1955                      2:32
                                                    Brunswick featuring ROBERT CUSUAMO, CARL POOLE & MELVIN SOLOMON, trumpets
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA O 5234 - 1954                            2:28
                                                    Columbia DB 2544 - 1949
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring REG LEOPOLD, violin                 2:53
                                                    Polygon PIANO' 1955
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring JOE 'MR P 1157 -HENDERSON, piano 2:38
                                                    HMV BD 523 1938                      3:06
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL-featuring REGINALD FOORT at the BBC Theatre Organ
                                                    Columbia DB 2665 - 1950
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring FREDDY GARDNER, alto saxophone           3:16
                                                    Columbia DX 345 1932
SAVOY HOTEL ORPHEANS Directed by CARROLL GIBBONS featuring -SIDNEY TORCH, organ          3:48
                                                    Brunswick LA 8657 -
RAFAEL MENDEZ, trumpet, with VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1954                         2:58
                                                     featuring O144 - 1939
PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRABrunswickROY BARGY, piano                         8:51
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Capitol L 159 - 1950                  4:01
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 775 - 1955                3:07
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca DL 8077 - 1954                  3:14
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca F 9530 - 1950                   2:02
EDDIE BARCLAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Mercury MG 20190 - 1955               1:51
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Majestic 1163B - 1947                 3:32
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Capitol L 159 - 1950                  2:39
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Parlophone R 3375 - 1951              6:05
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca LK 4112 - 1955                  2:23
STANLEY BLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca LK 4106 - 1955                  2:31
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      HMV 7EG 8155 - 1955                   3:10
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca 23352 - 1945                    3:07
STANLEY BLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca LK 4106 - 1955                  2:59
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca DL 8077 - 1954                  3:16
                                                  Capitol L 534 1954
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS arranged and conducted by RICHARD- JONES                         3:33
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca LK 4112 - 1955                  2:12
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Capitol L 159 - 1950                  4:13
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia ML 4682 - 1953               2:50
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Columbia CL 705 - 1955                3:23
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Kapp KL 1022 - 1955                   2:57
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS 'MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES' Decca AK 1633/34 - 1947                     12:26
                                                  SVEND CHRISTIAN
TIVOLI CONCERT HALL ORCHESTRA Conducted by Tono X 25121 - 1948 FELUMB                   0:28
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                           1944
                                                  Decca Music While You Work MW 251 - 2:50
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         1944
                                                  Decca Music While You Work MW 202 - 2:46
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                           2:53
                                                  Decca Music While You Work MW 63 - 1943
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         1945
                                                  Decca Music While You Work MW 353 - 3:24
REGINALD PURSGLOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Decca Music While You Work MW 128 -3:02             1944
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca Music While You Work MW 201 -3:081944
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                        2:50
                                                  Decca Music While Your Work - unissued Matrix DR 8474-2 - 1945
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca Music While You Work MW 288 -3:091945
THE STUDIO ORCHESTRA Directed by PHIL GREENDecca Music While You Work MW 114 -2:52       1943
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 145 -3:031943
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 364 -2:501946
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 154 -2:581944
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca LF 1059 - 1951                  2:53
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 340 -3:131945
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 283 -3:011945
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          Matrix
                                                  Decca Music While You Work - unissued2:53 DR 8475-2 April - 1945
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca Music While You Work MW 288 -2:561945
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 283 -3:011945
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca Music While You Work MW 212 -2:551944
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca Music While You Work MW 286 -2:501945
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca Music While You Work MW 212 -3:151944
                                                  Decca Music
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA While You Work MW 220 -2:53              1944
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca Music While You Work MW 201 -3:181944
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Decca Music While You Work MW 145 -3:131943
                                                  SVEND CHRISTIAN
TIVOLI CONCERT HALL ORCHESTRA Conducted by Tono X 25121 - 1948                          3:00
                                                  HMV
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino B 10935 - 1955                  2:31
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Decca 29433 - 1955                    3:00
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS            Polydor 49340A - 1955                 2:36
                                                  Chappell C 369 - 1945
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                                 2:33
                                                  Chappell C 355
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH - 1948                           3:00
                                                  HMV B 9564 - 1947
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                                   2:30
                                                  Decca LK 4067 - 1953
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring DAVE GOLDBERG, Guitar                         2:39
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca F 10117 - 1953                  2:51
THE MASQUERADERS                                                                        2:09
                                                  BBC Transcription Disc Matrix 12 PH 33190 - 1945 22 October recorded
                                                  Chappell
L'ORCHESTRE DE CONCERT Conducted by PAUL O'HENRY C 388 - 1950                            3:14
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 785 - 1955                 3:58
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca DL 8077 - 1954                   2:19
CELEBRITY SYMPHONIC ENSEMBLE                      De Wolfe DW 2556 - 1954                2:23
                                                  FDH 117 - 1953
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX                                     1:25
                                                  Chappell C 466 - 1953
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                                  2:28
                                                  Polygon P 1139
BERNARD MONSHIN AND THE CONCERT TANGO ORCHESTRA - 1954                                   2:30
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Philips PB 275 - 1954                  3:29
                                                  Decca F 10448 - 1955
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring WINIFRED ATWELL, piano                     2:06
                                                  Kapp KL SAVINO
ROMA SYMPHO-POP ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOMINICO1001 - 1955                               2:17
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Parlophone R 3862 - 1954               2:48
                                                  Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 562 - 1952                               2:12
                                                  Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2147 - 1948                      2:29
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Bosworth BC 1260 - 1950                2:57
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 785 - 1955                 3:53
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    MGM E 3288 - 1955                      2:59
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Parlophone R 3758 - 1953               3:05
                                                  EMI
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George MelachrinoEPX 015 - 1947                    4:12
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   HMV 7M 397 - 1956                      2:29
                                                  HMV
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino 45-B 10958 - 1956                3:05
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 - 1956                         2:22
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                         MGM E3350 - 1956                       2:32
WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Polydor 46007 LPHM - 1956              2:52
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca 45-F 10793 - 1956                2:41
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Brunswick LAT 8125 - 1956              2:41
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Capitol CL 14062 - 1954                2:36
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Mercury MG 20154 - 1956                2:07
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA              Columbia 33SX 1052 - 1956              2:30
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Dot 15506 - 1956                       2:36
                                                  Chappell C 551 - 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                                  2:45
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Decca 45-F 10797 - 1956                2:20
                                                  MGM 916
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA with 'Whistling Jones' - 1956                             2:26
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Paxton PR 607 - 1954                   2:56
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polygon P 1137 - 1954                  2:49
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Polygon P 1007 - 1951                  3:02
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Polygon P 1102 - 1954                  2:39
JOHNNY GREGORY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Boosey & Hawkes O 2217 - 1953          2:28
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polygon P 1178 - 1955                  2:42
JOHNNY GREGORY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         2:12
                                                  Polygon P 1189 (unissued) (later released on Pye Nixa N 15015) - 1955
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polygon P 1186 - 1955                  2:20
JACKIE BOND, HIS SAXOPHONE AND ORCHESTRAPolygon P 1182 - 1955                            2:59
                                                  Polygon P 1139
BERNARD MONSHIN AND THE CONCERT TANGO ORCHESTRA - 1954                                   2:36
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Polygon P 1102 - 1954                  2:34
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polygon P 1178 - 1955                  3:14
JOHNNY GREGORY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polygon P 1171 - 1955                  3:09
MICHAEL FREDERICKS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Polygon P 1099 - 1954                  2:24
MALCOLM LOCKYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Polygon P 1097 - 1954                  2:37
                                                  FDH 072 - 1951
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX                                     2:57
                                                  Chappell C 556 - 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON featuring xylophone 2:39
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring piano    Parlophone R 4198 - 1956               2:54
                                                  HMV
The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino B 10954 1956 - 1956              2:07
                                                  Chappell C 550 - 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON featuring xylophone 2:33
SPENCER-HAGEN ORCHESTRA                           Hi-Fi LXA 1003 - 1955                  2:32
                                                  FDH 102 - 1953
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX                                     2:52
                                                  Bosworth HIS ORCHESTRA
PETER YORKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA OR LOUIS VOSS AND BC 1277 - 1951 (RECORD 2:47              LABELS DIFFER)
                                                  Columbia DB 2595 - 1949
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring REG LEOPOLD, violin                 2:54
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFDH 020 - 1947                          1:12
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFDH 020 - 1947                          1:17
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFDH 020 - 1947                          1:21
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFDH 020 - 1947                          1:39
                                           Chappell C 560 - 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                          2:22
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Epic LG 1019 - 1955                   2:12
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 3001 - 1954                   2:28
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury 70003 - 195                   2:58
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol T 10024 - 1956                2:08
EDDIE BARCLAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MG 20265 - 1955               2:23
IVOR SLANEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3993 - 1955              1:46
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Philips PB 138 - 1953                 2:12
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia DX 1820 - 1952               3:19
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 4198 - 1956              2:26
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      CBL 333 - 1953                        2:41
                                           Kapp KL SAVINO
ROMA SYMPHO-POP ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOMINICO1001 - 1955                       3:08
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1254 - 1950               2:52
                                           Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 514 - 1955                        2:33
                                            Curzon
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FredericBoosey & Hawkes O 2209 - 1952         2:19
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 6261 - 1953               2:54
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Paxton PR 529 - 1952                  2:14
                                           Impress IA 170-B
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD) - 1956                      1:37
                                           Chappell C 490 - 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                          3:06
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 - 1956                 2:37
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV B 10618 - 1953                    2:52
SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by THEO ARDEN                                      2:38
                                           Charles Brull/Harmonic CBL 359-A - 1954
EDDIE BARCLAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Felsted SD 83034 - 1956               2:25
                                           Columbia ML 4361 - 1950
ROBIN HOOD DELL ORCHESTRA Conducted by MORTON GOULD                              3:08
                                           Impress IA 174-B - 1956
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                              3:13
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Brunswick LAT 8130 - 1956                  2:02
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3251 - 1950              2:28
                                           Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN O 2290 - 1956             2:47
                                           Paxton PR 560
METROPOLE ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN - 1952                      2:08
                                           Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 471 - 1954                        3:13
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4140 - 1956                  2:25
BOB SHARPLES AND HIS MUSIC                 Decca F 10748 - 1956                  2:24
EDDIE BARCLAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MG 20190 - 1955               2:02
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol T 10024 - 1956                2:22
EMILE DELTOUR AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Kapp KL 1014 - 1956                   3:15
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca MW 154 - 1944                   2:43
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 3430 - 1954               2:16
                                           Charles
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by CLAUDE YVOIRE Brull CBL 329 - 1952               2:27
                                           Paxton PR 544
METROPOLE ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN - 1952                      3:12
                                           Parlophone R1959 -
ROBERT RENARD AND HIS ORCHESTRA - real name OTTO DOBRINDT 1934                   3:03
                                           Boosey & Hawkes O 2254 1955           4:55
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN featuring-Alexander Glushkoff, piano
BARNABAS VON GECZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA HMV B 8484 - 1936                           2:51
FERDY KAUFFMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           HMV B 3507 - 1930                     3:22
                                           HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE CLP 1068 - 1956                     8:49
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4086 - 1955                  3:10
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 - 1956                 3:05
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM D 106 - 1952                      2:57
JOHNNY DOUGLAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca LK 4132 - 1956                  2:39
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia 33S 1096 - 1956              4:23
                                           MGM E 3350 - 1956
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Conducted by LAURIE JOHNSON                            3:07
HENRI RENE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               HMV B JO 102 - c. 1940                3:24
                                           Decca LK 4052 - 1954                  4:08
KINGSWAY PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANLEY BLACK - featuring STANLEY BLACK, piano
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Coral CRL 57007 - 1953             3:09
WERNER MULLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor BM 6021 - 1956             3:08
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Columbia DB 3051 - 1952            3:01
BRUCE CAMPBELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA           MGM E 3460 - 1956                  2:49
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 754 - 1954                     3:14
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4086 - 1955               2:50
ROBERTO INGLEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Parlophone R 3275 - 1950           2:52
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia 33S 1096 - 1956           3:23
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV B 9908 - 1950                  2:26
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 880 - 1956             2:29
                                           Columbia DB 2295 -
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS 1947               2:43
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Coral CRL 57007 - 1953             2:25
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Brunswick LA 8540 - 1952           3:30
                                           HMV B 10791 - 1954
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring EDDIE HEYWOOD, piano            2:41
                                           HMV B 10118 - 1951
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                         3:14
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca LK 4090 - 1955               6:17
                                           Columbia 9756
REGAL CINEMA ORCHESTRA Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY 1929                      3:59
NAT SHILKRET AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV B 2505 1927                    3:20
                                           Edison SHELDON
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by HORACEBell 512 1928                   4:00
                                           Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 5403 1929                    2:47
DEBROY SOMERS BAND                         Columbia 5038 1928                 2:45
                                           Parlophone R
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by ALFRED DOVE 285 1929                   5:29
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA               HMV C 1308 1926                    4:20
JULIAN FUHS' SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA            Parlophone E 10806 1929            7:39
ATHENAEUM LIGHT ORCHESTRA                  Piccadilly 341 1929                3:10
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1307 1937              2:51
REGINALD KING'S ORCHESTRA                  Regal MR 617 1932                  3:07
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA               HMV B 8005 1933                    2:49
                                           Telefunken E 2492 1938
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by EDUARD KÜNNEKE                     5:38
BARNABAS VON GECZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA HMV B 8484 1936                          2:52
ORCHESTRE RAYMONDE                         Columbia DB 1563 1935              2:53
SCALA SALON ORCHESTRA                      Edison Bell Radio 1310 1930        5:53
                                           Columbia DB 689 1931
BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir DAN GODFREY                  3:16
                                           Broadcast 3298A 1933
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT                         3:02
                                           Decca K 791 1935
BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON                          8:23
MEREDITH WILLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Decca DL 8025 1949                 3:46
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM 147 1948                       1:48
                                           HMV RAF 7 1942
ROYAL AIR FORCE CENTRAL ORCHESTRA Conducted by W/Comd. R.P. O'DONNELL         3:11
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 238 1945                  2:59
ALBERT SANDLER AND HIS PALM COURT ORCHESTRAColumbia DB 2168 1945              3:33
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 002 1947   3:15
LEW STONE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA        Decca F 7784 1941                  2:54
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Vocalion VL7-3600 1944             3:12
                                           HMV RAF 7 1942
ROYAL AIR FORCE CENTRAL ORCHESTRA Conducted by W/Comd. R.P. O'DONNELL         3:30
CHARLES SHADWELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA         HMV B 9487 1946                    3:08
                                           Mercury MG 20166
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Harp solo by PETER EAGLE) 1956               2:47
                                           Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 516 1955                       2:38
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           HMV JO 453 1956                    3:14
RICHARD SHORES AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20130 1956              2:18
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Philips PB 275 1954                3:22
WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor 46007 LPHM 1956            2:47
ALFREDO ANTONINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Vogue Coral CRL 57016 1956         3:00
                                           RCA-Victor
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER47-5791 1954               3:05
GERALDO AND HIS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Philips PB 215 1954                     2:43
                                           Decca LK 4066 1953
KINGSWAY PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANLEY BLACK                       2:00
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4117 1955                 2:43
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Columbia 33 SX 1052 1956          2:20
CHARLES DORIAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Dot DLP 3021 1956                 2:49
                                           Brunswick
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA 45-O 5485 1955               2:14
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca LK 4090 1955                2:30
                                           HMV B 10616 1954
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                        2:31
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1285 1951             2:47
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 374 2:40      1946
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 3736 1953                 2:33
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3520 1952            2:51
AL GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA LPM 1023 1954                 2:50
                                           LOUIS VOSS
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Bosworth BC 1181 1944              2:38
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               HMV B 9494 1946                   3:10
                                           HMV B 8662
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK FRERE 1937                      2:51
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                   Bosworth BC 1180 1944             3:09
                                           SVEND CHRISTIAN
TIVOLI CONCERT HALL ORCHESTRA Conducted by Tono X 25121 1948 FELUMB          3:28
                                           Chappell C 400 1951
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                      2:35
SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by THEO ARDENCharles Brull CBL 358 1954        1:40
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             RCA LM-2006-C 1956                3:28
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA  Decca LF 1184 1954                2:23
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca LK 4090 1955                2:53
                                           C
LOUIS LEVY and his GAUMONT BRITISH SYMPHONY olumbia FB 1607 1936             2:44
                                           Columbia DB
LOU PREAGER AND HIS CHARM OF THE WALTZ ORCHESTRA 2931 1951                   3:17
                                           Chappell C 508 1955
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                      2:18
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MG 20121 1956             3:03
                                           Paxton PR 461 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                       1:57
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 525 1953              2:18
OLD TYME ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON Boosey & Hawkes BH 1926 1939       2:55
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia 33S 1055 1955            3:15
                                           Tono LPX
AARHUS CIVIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by THOMAS JENSEN 35005 1948                 2:43
                                           HMV BD 5019 1936
PHOENIX THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CLIFORD GREENWOOD                     3:08
                                           Boosey
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA (Conductor not known) & Hawkes BH 1926 1939         1:35
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot 15247 1954                    3:01
                                           Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN OT 2278 1956          6:19
ERIC COATES and SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA         Columbia DB 1945 1940             0:27
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 315 3:10     1945
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                3:10
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 63 1943
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              1946
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 389 3:02
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              3:18
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 98 1943
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 167 2:53
WYNFORD REYNOLDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                            1945
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 280 3:13
REGINALD PURSGLOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Decca Music While You Work MW 128 2:43   1944
                                                                              1944
STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHIL GREEN Decca Music While You Work MW 186 2:55
                                           Decca Music
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA While You Work MW 236 3:07    1944
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                 1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 251 2:59
DAVID JAVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                  1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 175 3:07
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 301 3:04      1945
PHIL GREEN AND HIS THEATRELAND ORCHESTRADecca Music While You Work MW 246 5:341944
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 148 3:07
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                               1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 165 3:17
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 390 3:52      1946
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 242 2:56
                                                                              1944
STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHIL GREEN Decca Music While You Work MW 245 2:43
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS WALTZ ORCHESTRA                                          1945
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 320 2:43
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                              1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 166 2:36
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                               1944
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 202 3:20
                                           Decca Music While
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD Burston You Work MW 390 2:44  1946
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca Music While You Work MW 389 3:011946
PHIL GREEN AND HIS THEATRELAND ORCHESTRADecca Music While You Work MW 244 5:28         1944
ERIC COATES AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA               Columbia DB 1945 1940                0.56
MICHEL LEGRAND AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Philips BBL 7026 1955                3:39
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca DL 8077 1954                   3:15
ALFONZO D'ARTEGA AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury MG 20060 1955                3:13
                                                 Paxton PR 488 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                                2:31
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Coral CRL 57007 1953                 2:29
                                                 Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 264 1946                          1:35
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Decca LK 4055 1953                   3:19
                                                 Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 580 1952                              3:05
                                                 Decca LK 4066 1954
KINGSWAY PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANLEY BLACK                               2:08
ERIC COATES and SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA               Columbia DB 1382 1934                3:28
SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by LUDO PHILIPP    Charles Brull CBL 364 1954           3:00
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 4041 1955                          2:51
                                                 HMV B 9515 1946
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                                 2:28
                                                 JOHNSON
THE AMBROSE ORCHESTRA Conducted by LAURIE MGM E 3550 1956                             3:07
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Mercury MG 20220 1956                3:01
ROBERTO INGLEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Parlophone F 2169 1946               2:48
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury MG 0154 1956                 2:58
                                                 Capitol L
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES534 1954                             3:12
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Brunswick LAT 8105 1956              4:38
                                                 Chappell C 557 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                               3:01
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   MGM E 3288 1955                      2:49
ETHEL SMITH - Organ with orchestral accompanimentBrunswick O 4517 1950                3:13
                                                 Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes OT 2223 1953                 4:08
                                                 HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 9981 1950                              6:39
                                                 FDH 1218
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL 1956                                3:40
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV 7M 397 1956                      2:00
JOHNNY DOUGLAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F 10764 1956                   2:06
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                      Decca F 8518 1945                    3:17
GEORGE MELACHRINO AND HIS ORCHESTRA              EMI EP 008 1947                      2:12
THE EMBASSY ORCHESTRA Directed by JACK COLES     Embassy WB 109 1954                  2:38
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA                     Bosworth BC 1202                     3:04
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                     HMV B 8005 1933                      2:48
JAY WILBUR'S SERENADERS                          Rex 10060-B 1941                     2:43
FRED HARTLEY AND HIS MUSIC                       Columbia DB 3438 1954                3:03
REGINALD KING'S ORCHESTRA                        Regal MR 617 1932                    2:41
                                                 Paxton PR 445
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                                3:02
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Bosworth BC 1203 1952                2:58
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA                     Bosworth BC 1126 1940                2:44
                                                 HMV B 4235 1933
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                                 2:55
                                                  KREIN                               2:30
LONDON STUDIO PLAYERS Conducted by MICHAELBBC Sound Archives 8994 Recorded 27th January 1946
                                                 BBC 14869 1950
BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES GROVES                                    3:31
                                                  LOWE                                2:53
BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAROLDBBC London Transcription Service 12RM17844 Recorded 20 December 1943
BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA Conducted by GUY WARRACK                                       1:28
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 12RM20497 Recorded 21 February 1944
BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES GROVES                                       1:37
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 12RM24074/5/6 Recorded 4 September 1944
BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES GROVES                                       1:22
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 12RM24074/5/6 Recorded 4 September 1944
BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES GROVES                                       1:40
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 12RM24074/5/6 Recorded 4 September 1944
BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES GROVES                                       2:07
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 12RM24074/5/6 Recorded 4 September 1944
                                                 BBC London Transcription Service 72310 Recorded 23rd July 1952
BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by GILBERT VINTER                               7:25
                                                 Transcription                        3:41
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELLService 12RM19672 Recorded 6 March 1944
                                                  LOWE                                3:04
BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAROLDBBC Sound Archives 10247 Recorded 29th April 1947
BILLY COTTON AND HIS BAND                        Decca F 9619 1951                    2:51
                                                 Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 544 1952                              3:08
REG OWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                       Parlophone R 4177 1956               2:27
FELIX KING, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA        Decca F 9468 1950                 2:59
GEORGE MELACHRINO AND HIS ORCHESTRA        EMI EP 010 1947                   2:59
JACKIE BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 3551 1954             2:42
                                            TORCH                            5:33
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 006/007 1946
WILFRED BURNS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            MGM 691 1953                      3:08
                                           Paxton GTR 104 c.1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                       3:49
                                           Decca F 8703 1946
DON FELIPE AND HIS CUBAN CABALLEROS (actually PHILIP GREEN)                  3:20
LEIGHTON LUCAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           EMI EPX 101 1948                  3:32
                                           Paxton PR 573 1952
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                       2:58
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 284 1946                 2:58
                                           Impress IA 133 1956               2:27
LANSDOWNE LIGHT ORCHESTRA (actually STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD)
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Paxton PR 583 1954                1:25
                                           Chappell C 422 1953
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ELLIOTT MAYES                                1:05
                                           Chappell C 487 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                      1:26
                                           FDH 120 1953
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX                         1:22
                                           Chappell C 553 1956
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ELLIOTT MAYES                                2:12
GEORGE LIBERACE AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Columbia CL 2555 1955             2:47
RAY VENTURA AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Kapp KL 1013 1956                 2:35
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Essex 328 1953                    3:05
ALFONZO D'ARTEGA AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Mercury MG 20060 1955             1:47
ARTURO CHAITE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Seeco SCLP 9115 1956              2:40
CAMARATA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca DL 5049 1950                1:44
CAMARATA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca DL 5049 1950                1:06
CAMARATA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca DL 5049 1950                1:00
                                           Chappell C 337
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1947                  2:29
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY Harmonic HMP 267 1948               3:06
                                           Chappell C 302 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                      1:27
                                           Boosey & Hawkes OT 2214 1952
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                           3:51
                                           Impress IA 130 1956               2:29
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (THE LANSDOWNE CONCERT ORCHESTRA on 78 label)
RAY VENTURA AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Kapp KL 1013 1956                 2:45
FRED HARTLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca 45-F 10633 1955             3:02
CEDRIC DUMONT AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor 45 073 LPH 1955           2:42
                                           HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE CLP 1068 1956                   9:02
ARTURO CHAITE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Secco SCLP 9115 1956              3:26
REG OWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Parlophone R 4177 1956            2:18
                                           Impress IA 153 1956               2:35
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (THE LANSDOWNE CONCERT ORCHESTRA on 78 label)
JOE LOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV DLP 1068 1955                 3:13
                                           Decca LK 4080 1954
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON                        5:13
                                           Chappell C 447 1954               2:34
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (MELODI LIGHT ORCHESTRA on 78 label)
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20129 1956             2:39
JACKIE BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 3482 1954             2:13
ORCHESTRE RAYMONDE                         Columbia DB 1467 1935             3:19
ROCHESTER POPS Conducted by MORTON GOULDColumbia (US) AL 50 1953             3:15
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Essex ESLP 108 1955               2:47
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 2392 1947             3:00
FRANK DEVOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol H 198 1950                2:41
                                           HMV by GIDEON FAGAN
PALACE THEATRE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted C 3495 1946                      8:15
                                           B&H
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAE JENKINS OT 2030 1945                  2:29
                                           B&H
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAE JENKINS OT 2030 1945                  1:50
                                           B&H
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAE JENKINS OT 2030 1945                  2:03
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 049 1948 2:25
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4158 1957                1:57
                                           Heliodor 450110 label)
BERT KAEMPFERT AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('BOB PARKER' on record1957                 2:36
CYRIL ORNADEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            World Record Club R 49 1957       1:51
MONIA LITER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca 45-F 10837 1957             2:15
FRANCK POURCEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Capitol T 10103 1957              2:31
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA        Columbia 45-DB 3866 1957            2:12
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury MEP 9518 1957               2:30
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone 45-R 4272 1957                 2:36
GEORGE SIRAVO AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca DL 8464 1956                  2:38
BERNIE WAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA              ABC Paramount ABC 182 1957          2:30
GEORGE LIBERACE AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia CL 2555 1955               2:26
GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA                  Synchro FM 108 1957                 2:15
                                            MGM E 3478 1957
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH STRINGS Conducted by LAURIE JOHNSON              2:17
                                            Oriole
ROBERT FRENCH AND HIS CONTINENTAL ORCHESTRA CB 1368 1957                        2:41
                                            Chappell C 533 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                         2:52
                                            Chappell C 571 1957
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ELLIOTT MAYES                                   2:16
CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                                                         1957
                                            Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 101 2:54
GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA                  Synchro FM 126 1957                 2:47
CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                                                         1957
                                            Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 105 2:49
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1317 1955               2:40
CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                                                         1957
                                            Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 125 2:37
                                            Impress IA 122
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD 1956                        2:42
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Paxton PR660 1956                   2:50
                                            Chappell C 590/591
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON 1957                    2:08
                                            Chappell C 590/591
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON 1957                    2:01
                                            Chappell C 590/591
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON 1957                    2:14
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia 45-DB 4010 1957                   3:03
MAHLON MERRICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Urania LP 9013 1957                 2:48
                                            Capitol
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK SINATRA LCT 6111 1956                     2:56
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM D 149 1957                      2:40
BERNIE WAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA              ABC Paramount ABC 182 1957         02:02
                                            Decca 16005
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS 'POPS' CONCERT ORCHESTRA 1950                           02:41
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA              DECCA DL 8466 1956                 02:33
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3049 1947             03:08
                                            Chappell C 417 1952
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:39
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 6131 1950              03:04
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1235 1950              03:14
SIDNEY BOWMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Felsted PDL 85016 1956             02:02
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes O 2150 1948              02:43
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBUR & Hawkes OT 2000 1944            04:16
                                            Capitol LC
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES 6816 1956                    02:08
                                            Francis, Day & Hunter FDH 065 1951 02:48
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX
                                            Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 531 1952                       02:38
                                            Chappell C 467 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        01:27
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBUR & Hawkes OT 2001 1944            04:27
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes O 2225 1953           02:38
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Epic LG 1019 1956                  02:19
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA       Paxton PR 695 1957                 03:00
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 1956                 02:30
                                            Nixa NZ 8001 1951
MISCHA MICHAELOFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA, Leader ALFRED SVERDLOFF                   04:02
                                            HMV B 9676
BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1948                         02:55
                                            Chappell C 586 1957
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:48
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca F 10735 1956                 02:43
GEORGE LIBERACE AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia CL 2555 1955              02:47
                                            Boosey & SIMS
THE RAF CENTRAL BAND Conducted by Squadron Leader A.E.Hawkes O 2135 1948       02:13
LESLIE JEFFRIES AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Parlophone R 2004 1934             02:47
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                    Bosworth BC 1060 1938              02:44
                                            HMV B PETHERS
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM 3756 1931                      02:08
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS 'POPS' ORCHESTRA      Brunswick LA 8708 1955             03:02
                                            Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN O 2274 1957             03:20
                                            Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN O 2274 1957             02:37
                                           Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 589 1957                        02:11
                                           Brunswick LP 8125
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (VAN LYNN onLATlabel) 1956               04:13
                                           Paxton PRT 494 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                         07:23
                                           Chappell C 559 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:28
BARNABAS VON GECZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA - HMV B 8994 1939                         03:01
                                           Columbia DB GODFREY,                03:06
BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir DAN689 1931 Cello by Ernst Slaney, Trumpet by Phil Ledington
NAT SHILKRET AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV B 2505 1927                     03:06
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1009 1937               01:23
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1009 1937               01:29
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1009 1937               01:31
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1009 1937               01:26
GEORGE GROHROCK-FERRARI AND HIS ORCHESTRA  Parlophone F 1251 1938              02:48
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2732 1950               02:51
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Paxton PR 589 1954                  02:39
                                           Chappell C 527 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:06
INTERNATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA              Bosworth BX 540 1953                01:48
                                           Harmonic HMP 293 1950
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS MAY                                   03:00
                                           Chappell C 360 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        01:30
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Charles Brull CBL 349 1954          02:49
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1260 1950               02:51
                                           De Wolfe DUREM
HILVERSUM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANTON DW 2562 1956                   03:09
                                            TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 014 1946 03:20
                                           De Wolfe DW 2593 1957
HILVERSUM RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGO DE GROOT                           02:50
                                           BBC 1951
BBC TELEVISION ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROBINSON                            04:00
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Epic LG 1019 1956                   02:52
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1318 1957               02:38
                                           Chappell C 536 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:02
                                           Capitol
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK SINATRA LCT 6111 1956                    04:03
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM E 3592 1957                     02:12
                                           Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN OT 2270 1956            03:44
MAHLON MERRICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Urania LP 9013 1957                 03:06
                                           Chappell C 324 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        03:14
                                           Impress IA 189
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD 1957                       03:19
Conducted by CAMARATA                      Decca DL 8112 1954                  04:29
                                           Chappell C 332 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:38
                                           Chappell C 341
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1948                    02:59
                                           Chappell C 400 1950
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:54
                                           Chappell C 494 1954
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:54
                                           Chappell C 557 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:33
                                           Boosey & Hawkes O 2217 1953
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                             03:01
                                           Chappell C 547 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        02:33
                                           Chappell C 581 1957
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                        03:13
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 279 1946                   02:34
                                           Boosey & Hawkes OT 2219 1953
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                             03:23
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca F 10354 1954                  02:13
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Charles Brull/Harmonic CBL 349 1954 02:59
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Brunswick LAT 8105 1956             09:15
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca DL 5450 1953                  03:20
WERNER MULLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor 46007 LPHM 1956             02:51
                                           Impress IA 174-A 1956
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                            02:48
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Epic LG 1019 1956                   03:22
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                   Bosworth BC 1230 1949               02:45
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol T 10024 1956                02:17
                                           Impress IA 125
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD 1956                       02:41
ALFONZO D'ARTEGA AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Mercury MG 20060 1955               03:16
                                           Decca LF 1166
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROGERS 1954                       03:12
EMILE DELTOUR AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Kapp KL 1014 1956                  03:11
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia CL 843 1956               02:16
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CL 631 1955               02:44
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Paxton PR 678 1957                 02:56
GEORGE TZIPINE AND HIS SALON ORCHESTRA Capitol LC 6518 1951                      02:00
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Mercury MG 20129 1956              02:19
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Brunswick LAT 8125 1956            02:11
                                              EMI EPX 137 1949
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                          03:44
                                              MGM E 3478 1957
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH STRINGS Conducted by LAURIE JOHNSON               02:46
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia DB 3501 1954              02:49
                                              Chappell C 580 1957
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                          02:47
JACKIE BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia DB 3408 1954              02:14
BERNIE WAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Coral 72057 1955                   02:30
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS 'POPS' ORCHESTRA        Brunswick LA 8708 1955             02:58
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  MGM D 149 1957                     02:40
                                              Chappell C 527 1956
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                          02:30
                                              Francis, Day & Hunter FDH 109 1953 02:05
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Paxton PR695 1957                  02:48
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury MG 20154 1956              02:38
                                              HMV B Wing 1955
CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Conducted by 10877Commander A. E. SIMS, OBE  03:00
                                              Regal Zonophone WILLIAM LANG 02:51
BLACK DYKE MILLS BAND Conducted by Arthur O. Pearce Cornet solo -MR 3525 1941
                                              JOHN
NEW ERA SYMPHONIC BAND Directed by MICHAEL Chappell C 436 1953                   02:40
                                              Boosey &
GRENADIER GUARDS BAND Conducted by Major F.J. HARRIS Hawkes O 2125 1948          03:12
                                              Decca F 10265 1954
BAND OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS Conducted by Major F.J. HARRIS, MBE                 02:33
BLACK DIAMONDS BAND                           Zonophone 5274 1929                02:38
                                               Regal
GRAND MASSED BANDS Conducted by JAMES OLIVER Zonophone MR 750 1933               02:31
                                              Columbia DB 957 1932
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL                      02:45
FODENS MOTOR WORKS BAND                       Regal Zonophone MR 2543 1937       03:12
                                              HMV B Wing 1956
CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Conducted by 10957Commander A.E. SIMS, OBE   02:23
                                              Columbia DB 1506 1936
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL                      02:47
                                              Boosey & SIMS
THE RAF CENTRAL BAND Conducted by Squadron Leader A.E.Hawkes O 2136 1948         02:51
                                              Decca 5077 193
BAND OF H.M. GRENADIER GUARDS Under the Direction ofFCapt. GEORGE MILLER         02:59
                                              Nixa WLPY
DEUTSCHMEISTER KAPELLE Conducted by Julius Herrmann 6703 1952                    02:44
IRISH GUARDS BAND                             Boosey & Hawkes M 2146 1948        02:28
                                              Chappell C 402 NIEUWLAND
BAND OF THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS NAVY Conducted by Capt. G.1950                     03:01
                                              HMV B 10938 1956                   02:57
BAND OF THE ROYAL MARINES SCHOOL OF MUSIC Conducted by Lt. Col. (later Sir) F. VIVIAN DUNN, CVO, FRAM
                                               Conducted by Lt. Col.
REGIMENTAL BAND OF H.M. GRENADIER GUARDSColumbia DB 32 1930 GEORGE MILLER        02:44
                                              Paxton PR
CWS (MANCHESTER) BAND Conducted by ALEX MORTIMER 704 1957                        02:35
                                              Chappell C 402 NIEUWLAND
BAND OF THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS NAVY Conducted by Capt. G.1950                     02:30
                                              Boosey &
GRENADIER GUARDS BAND Conducted by Major F.J. HARRIS Hawkes O 2124 1948          03:06
                                              Regal
GRAND MASSED BANDS Conducted by JAMES OLIVER Zonophone MR 613 1932               02:47
                                              Bosworth BB 53 1944
BAND OF THE QUEEN'S ROYAL REGIMENT Conducted by ROGER BARSOTTI                   02:56
                                              Columbia DB 2866 1951
CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE Conducted by Wing Commander A.E. SIMS, MBE   02:09
                                              HERRMANN
DEUTSCHMEISTER KAPELLE Conducted by JULIUS Nixa WLPY 6703 1952                   03:02
                                              Columbia DX 564 1934
BBC WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL                      08:17
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia CL 776 1946               04:14
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca LK 4086 1955                 03:03
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  MGM 3555 1957                      02:34
JOHNNY DOUGLAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca LK 4132 1956                 02:36
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CL 1081 1957              04:09
                                              Decca LK 4052 1952
KINGSWAY PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANLEY BLACK                          07:03
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca DL 8396 1954                 03:09
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia DB 2185 1945              02:30
                                              RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LPM 1029 1954                       02:41
                                              Tono L 28046 1952
DANISH STATE RADIO ENTERTAINMENT ORCHESTRA Conducted by KAI MORTENSEN 01:49
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia DX 1844 1952              08:52
                                           Capitol LC
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES 6816 1956                 01:30
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Brunswick LA 8540 1952           03:18
                                           Decca F 8586 1945
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA with RONNIE SELBEY, piano            06:32
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Kapp KL 1022 1956                02:30
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 1956              03:00
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Decca AK 2117/2118 1949          16:08
                                           De Wolfe name MEYER
HUDSON ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER WARREN (realDW 2612 1957DE WOLFE) 01:59
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca LK 4151 1956               03:07
                                           Paxton PR 493 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                      02:37
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4158 1957               02:49
                                           Chappell C 348
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1948                 02:12
                                           Decca F with 1956
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS10727WINIFRED ATWELL, piano   02:28
ERIC COATES AND HIS ORCHESTRA              HMV 45-POP 418 1957              02:47
THE CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                                                02:43
                                           Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 114-A 1957
                                           Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 287 1946                02:56
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM 568 1952                     02:14
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Columbia 33SX 1041 1955          02:49
                                           Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERICK CURZON O 2210 1952             02:39
                                           Francis, Day
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL & Hunter FDH 133 1955 03:18
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA      Paxton PR 561 1952               03:04
                                           Chappell C 376
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1950                 02:43
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA               Bosworth BC 1302 1954            02:39
GEORGE TZIPINE AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Capitol LC 6518 1951             02:12
                                           HMV RAF 5 R.P.
ROYAL AIR FORCE ORCHESTRA Conducted by Wing Commander1942 O'DONNELL, MVO 02:16
                                           Francis, Day
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL & Hunter FDH 126 1955 02:05
                                           Chappell C 575 1957
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ELLIOTT MAYES                               02:30
                                           Chappell C 418 1952
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                     03:00
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca F 9101 1949                02:43
                                           Decca F 8527 1945
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA, leader FRANK CANTELL, Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL  03:16
CHARLES SHADWELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA         HMV B 9619 1948                  02:50
                                           Chappell C 308
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1947                 03:02
                                           Impress IA 151
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD 1956                    02:38
                                           Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK LEON & Hawkes OT 2192 1950          03:15
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2569 1949                 02:41
WALLY STOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Philips BBR 8053 1955            02:05
EMILE DELTOUR AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Kapp KL 1014 1956                01:56
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM E 3288 1955                  02:32
                                           HMV B 10608 1953
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                       01:52
JEFF MORLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Epic EG 7030 1953                02:58
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MG 20154 1953            01:51
                                           Chappell C 410 1952
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                     02:24
                                           De Wolfe DW 2602 1957
HILVERSUM RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGH GRANVILLE (real name HUGO DE03:20GROOT)
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM X 1071 1954                  03:49
                                           Brunswick LAT 8165 1957
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'VAN LYNN' on LP label)           03:08
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3065 1947           02:55
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20184 1956            02:29
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia ML 2015 1953            03:01
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           HMV JO 459 1956                  02:36
                                           Polydor 46012 LPHM 1957
WERNER MULLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'RICARDO SANTOS')                       03:01
                                           Impress IA 150
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD 1956                    02:12
MICHAEL FREEDMAN AND THE DEBUTANTES        Oriole MG 20018 1957             01:48
                                           Chappell C 306
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1947                 02:30
LUIZ ARRUDA PAES AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Odeon (Brazil) LPM 1292 1957     02:31
MARIO RUIZ ARMENGOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA RCA LPM 1292 1956                     03:20
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca DL 8077 1954               03:10
                                           Paxton PR697 1957
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'PAUL FRANKLIN')                  02:46
CYRIL ORNADEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            World Record Club R 49 1957            02:25
                                           Brunswick PRATZ, violin
MEREDITH WILLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring ALBERTLA 8628 1953                   03:23
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS     Polydor 46012 LPHM 1957                03:29
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol H 198 1950                     02:17
DON AMORE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA Custom RAL 1006 1957               02:44
MUSIC BY CAMARATA                          Decca DL 5461 1952                     03:03
                                           Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 540 1956                           02:44
                                           BBC 11451
BBC TELEVISION ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROBINSON 1951                          03:55
                                           Chappell C 313
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1947                       02:54
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Epic LG 1019 1956                      02:48
                                           Brunswick LAT 8074 1955
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'VAN LYNN' on LP label)                 02:41
                                           HMV B 10579 1953
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                             02:48
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia DB 3313 1953                  05:42
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM E 3255 1955                        02:55
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia ML 2015 1948                  02:05
WERNER MULLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor 46 007 LPHM 1956               02:33
LAURIE JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           HMV 45-POP 404 1957                    02:33
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Essex ESLP 108 1955                    02:49
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM E 3288 1955                        02:39
RED NICHOLS AND THE AUGMENTED PENNIES Capitol T 999 1957                          02:12
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol H 198 1950                     03:05
                                           Ronald Hanmer's                        03:17
BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by H.G. BURGESS Private Collection 2 March 1946
FRED HARTLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca 45-F 10633 1955                  02:45
                                           Chappell C 317 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                           03:00
THE LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA             Bosworth BC 1131 1941                  02:56
                                           Impress IA 154-B 1957
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                               02:26
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca DL 8271 1956                     03:44
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20220 1956                  01:59
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2375 1948                       06:54
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca F 9264 1950                      03:13
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Columbia 33 SX 1052 1956               03:35
                                           Tono L 28030 1948
AARHUS CIVIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by THOMAS JENSEN                                 02:19
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia 33SX1060 1957                 02:10
JACKIE BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 3408 1954                  03:02
GERALDO AND HIS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Philips PB 144 1953                         06:00
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM 743 1954                          02:39
ROBRT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca LK 4190 1957                    02:46
                                            by ALFRED NEWMAN
THE VICTOR YOUNG SINGING STRINGS ConductedBrunswick 45-O 5644 1957                02:53
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3211 1949                06:08
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 1956                    02:43
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia ML 4451 1951                  03:38
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca LK 4135 1956                     02:44
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 577 1953                   05:46
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 695 1956                   02:54
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV B 10807 1955                       03:10
                                           Decca DL 8566 1957
THE PARAMOUNT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by VICTOR YOUNG                        04:23
                                           HMV B 9805 1949
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                             03:10
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DX 1688 1950                  03:43
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone R 3264 1950                 02:56
                                           Columbia DX 1551
THE PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by MUIR MATHIESON 1948                       08:27
                                           Original soundtrack recording - Pye Nixa NEP 24043 1957
ASSOCIATED BRITISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by LOUIS LEVY                       07:23
THE CINEMA SOUND STAGE ORCHESTRA           Stereo Fidelity SF-2800 1958           03:06
WARREN BARKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Warner Bros. WB 1218 1958              03:03
THE RIO CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                 Stereo Fidelity SF-1900 1958           02:06
                                           Verve MG VS-6012 1958q
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                          03:20
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca SKL 4002 1958                    04:01
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              CBS ASF 1010 1958                     02:47
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Capitol ST 868 1958                   02:29
                                             Patricia Clark
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring Columbia BTD 712 1957                  04:02
JOE REISMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCS LPS 1519 1957                     02:07
THE NEW WORLD THEATRE ORCHESTRA             Stereo Fidelity SF-3000 1957          06:59
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Everest SDBR 1018 1958                02:38
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol ST 915 1958                   02:20
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA              RCA Victor LSP 1656 1958              02:52
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury SR 60026 1958                 01:50
                                            HMV DSD 1751
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO1958                         02:33
                                            Decca SKL 4014 Two
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA with RAWICZ AND LANDAUER at1958 Pianos                06:47
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Everest SDBR 1011 1958                02:43
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Mercury SR 60073 1958                 03:06
PARIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA                     Somerset SF 2500 1957                 02:47
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Dot DLP 25119 1958                    02:13
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury SRS 60103 1958                03:00
PHIL BOUTET AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury Wing SRW 12506 1958           02:35
CLEBANOFF STRINGS                           Mercury SR 60005 1958                 02:35
CAMARATA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Disneyland STER 3032 1958             03:40
                                            Introduction by 1958
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA with Vocal HMV CSD 1251THE DENE BOYS              02:33
                                            Chappell C 355
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1948                       01:29
                                            Ariola 36 809 C 1958
BADEN-BADEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS ROSBAUD                          02:07
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM 45-MGM 952 1957                   02:47
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Epic LG 1019 1956                     02:20
JEFF MORLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Epic EG 7030 1953                     02:39
                                            Capitol
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK SINATRA LCT 6111 1956                       04:12
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Lang-Worth PC 132B c.1952             02:54
LOUIS VOSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1213 1948                 02:44
SIDNEY BOWMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Felsted PDL 85016 1956                02:20
DON SESTA AND HIS TANGO ORCHESTRA           Decca LF 1201 1955                    02:37
                                            Paxton PR 456 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                            01:46
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Decca DL 8240 1954                          02:35
                                            Chappell C
THE TELECAST ENSEMBLE featuring ROBERT FARNON, piano 595 1957                     02:32
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MG 20235 1956                 02:39
                                            Brunswick LA 8657
RAFAEL MENDEZ, trumpet with VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA1954                    02:44
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca MW 364 1946                     02:46
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM D 120 1953                        05:03
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 631 1955                  03:25
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca DL 8271 1956                    02:33
                                            Capitol T
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES 890 1957                        02:12
                                            Chappell C 392 1950
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                           02:59
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3418                     02:13
                                            Decca 71089 by THOMAS JENSEN 04:16
THE DANISH STATE RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted1955
                                            Columbia DB 2230 1946
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                        02:33
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Philips BBL 7132 1957                 02:34
                                            Decca F 9864 1952
WINIFRED ATWELL, piano with THE NEOPHONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by04:55    MANTOVANI
CELEBRITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                De Wolfe DW 2551 1954                 02:46
CELEBRITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                De Wolfe DW 2522 1954                 01:18
                                            HMV DSD 1751
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO1958 (Stereo)                02:29
                                            Verve MG VS-6012
CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN 1958 (Stereo)                02:58
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV CSD 1251 1958 (Stereo)            03:14
                                            Everest SDBR 1011 1958 (Stereo)
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA [LP label credits 'Jack Saunders Orchestra']      03:05
                                            Philips SBBL
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WALLY STOTT') 501 1958 (Stereo)              02:33
NEW WORLD THEATRE ORCHESTRA                 Stereo Fidelity SF-3000 1957 (Stereo) 03:19
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA              RCA Victor LSP 1656 1958 (Stereo) 03:29
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              CBS AFS 1010 1958 (Stereo)            03:00
WARREN BARKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Warner Bros. WB 1218 1958 (Stereo) 03:37
THE RIO CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                   Stereo Fidelity SF-5900 1958 (Stereo) 04:09
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia CL 631 1955                  03:07
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Kapp KL 1022 1956                     03:16
MICHAEL FREEDMAN AND THE DEBUTANTES          Oriole MG 20018 1957                  02:14
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca LK 4151 1956                    03:15
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Parlophone R 3114 1948                02:55
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PMD 1038 1956                     02:55
MARIO RUIZ ARMENGOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA RCA LPM 1292 1956                            03:14
BORIS SARBEK AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Epic LN 3317 1956                     02:36
JACK PAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV CLP 1160 1958                     03:06
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA LPM 1458 1957                     01:59
                                             Columbia 33SX
ERIC JUPP AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BILL POVEY, alto sax 1072 1958               03:15
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM E 3378 1956                       03:03
DON AMORE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  RCA Custom RAL 1006 1957              02:33
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM E 3067 1953                       02:59
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia SX 1060 1957                 02:53
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia DB 3443 1954                 02:17
GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Pye NPL 28003 1958                    03:15
                                              ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTCharles Brull - Harmonic CBL 428 195802:34
                                             Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 107 1957
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                                02:49
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Columbia CL 811 1956                  01:57
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Polydor 46076 LPHM 1958               01:52
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Epic LN 3452 1958                     02:14
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia CL 631 1955                  03:09
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              HMV B 10305 1952                      02:11
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               M-G-M MGM 180 1949                    03:01
                                              ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTCharles Brull - Harmonic CBL 430 195802:24
                                             Impress IA 194-A 1958
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                                02:46
                                             Chappell C 597 1958
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            02:22
                                             Decca DON GILLIS
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Conducted byLM 4510 1950                          03:18
THE SPENCER-HAGEN ORCHESTRA                  X' 0147 1955                          01:49
                                             Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 106-A 1957
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD                                03:03
FLORIAN ZaBACH, HIS VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA Mercury MEP 9531 1958                     02:08
EDDIE BARCLAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Felsted PDL 85014 1956                02:07
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                Conroy BM 146-B 1958                  03:00
GEORGE CATES AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Coral CRL 57220 1958                  01:54
MARIO RUIZ ARMENGOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA RCA LPM 1292 1956                            03:22
PÉPÉ GONZALEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Brunswick LAT 8128 1957               02:10
                                             Brunswick LP 8165
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (VAN LYNN onLATlabel) 1957                   02:51
                                             EMI EP 14 1947
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                            02:51
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  MGM E 3696 1958                       02:18
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM E 3255 1955                       03:19
                                             Synchro VIC REYNAERS
THE BRUSSELS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted byFM 187 1958                         02:06
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                Conroy BM 106-A 1958                  02:27
BORIS SARBEK AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Epic LN 3317 1956                     03:17
                                             Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 592 1957                            02:42
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia 4-40512 1954                 02:23
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Everest SDBR 1011 1958                03:08
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                Conroy BM 105-B 1958                  02:54
                                             Polydor LPHM 46091 1958
WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Ricardo Santos')                              02:54
ERIC JUPP AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Columbia 45-DB 4030 1957             02:13
BORIS SARBEK AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Epic LN 3317 1956                     01:51
                                              Chappell C 615 1958
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            02:49
ALFRED NEWMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Mercury MPL 6500 1956                 03:17
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Parlophone R 3732 1953                03:00
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Columbia CL 772 1955              02:12
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca F 9721 1951                 02:25
EDMUNDO ROS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca F 10314 1954                01:53
                                           Chappell C 567 1957               02:37
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen' on 78 label)
                                           HMV MELACHRINO                    07:04
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE CSD 1276 1958featuring PAT DODD, piano
                                           Synchro FM 168 1958
GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN                  02:02
                                           Chappell C 615 1958
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANGELA MORLEY                      02:53
                                           Boosey & Hawkes
THE NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT O 2297 1957             02:15
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 550 1954             03:08
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA              Conroy BM 131-A 1958              02:42
                                           Columbia BTD 705 1956
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir CHARLES MACKERRAS                 09:17
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM 537 1952                      02:23
                                           Chappell C 425 1951               01:21
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen' on 78 label)
                                           Paxton PR 438 1946
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                       03:07
                                           Impress IA 190 1957               Orchestra' on 78 label)
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (as 'Lansdowne Concert 06:31
                                            Stott')
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WallyPhilips SBBL 501 1958              02:58
                                           Verve MG VS-6012
CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN 1958                    02:09
                                            Stott')
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WallyPhilips SBBL 501 1958              03:06
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CL 577 1954              06:29
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Columbia 33SX 1004 1955           03:01
GERALDO AND HIS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Philips PB 215 1954                    03:29
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20184 1956             01:41
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             RCA LPM 1458 1957                 02:47
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Kapp KL 1022 1955                 03:08
ALFRED NEWMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MPL 6500 1956             03:28
THE ALL-STARS                              Chappell C 594 1957               03:13
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Philips BBL 7006 1954             01:42
ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY SYLVAN LEVIN        Columbia ML 4890 1954             03:29
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LPM 1006 1953                   02:41
MARIO RUIZ ARMENGOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA RCA LPM 1292 1956                      03:29
                                           Capitol T
THE PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES 890 1957                   02:20
HILL BOWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA Camden CDN-101 1958           02:20
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Columbia ML 4361 1950             02:46
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia SX 1060 1957             02:16
                                           HMV MELACHRINO                    02:56
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE CSD 1276 1958featuring ARTHUR SANDFORD, piano
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca DL 8395 1954                02:26
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Capitol H 198 1950                02:47
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA             MGM E 3288 1955                   03:08
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM C 754 1954                    03:17
MAX STEINER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol LCT 6005 1954             09:23
                                           Everest SDBR Concert Orchestra Conducted by Derek Boulton')
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Everest 1018 1958         02:58
                                           RCA Camden CAS
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO 10173 1958             03:02
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol ST 915 1958               03:10
                                           Philips SBBL LP label)
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WALLY STOTT' on501 1958                 02:24
                                           Everest SDBR 1011 1958
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Jack Saunders Orchestra') 03:41
PIERRE CHALLET AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury SR 60066 1958             03:22
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia C2S 801 1958             02:54
                                           Columbia BTD 705 1956
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir CHARLES MACKERRAS                 03:02
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury SR 60073 1958             03:00
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25119 1958                02:52
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             RCA LSC 2232 1958                 03:20
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             RCA LSC 2232 1958                 03:17
THE CINEMA SOUND STAGE ORCHESTRA           Stereo Fidelity SF-2800 1958      03:39
WARREN BARKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Warner Bros. WB 1218 1958         02:55
THE RIO CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                 Stereo Fidelity SF-5900 1958      02:32
                                           Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                     03:47
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             CBS ASF 1009 1958                    03:18
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol ST 868 1958                  02:25
CLEBANOFF STRINGS                          Mercury SR 60005 1958                02:42
THE RIO CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                 Stereo Fidelity SF-1900 1958         03:05
                                           Philips SBBL LP 1958
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA [as 'WALLY STOTT' on501 label]                  02:55
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8005 1958                02:39
                                           Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                        03:51
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MVS2-19 (Stereo Tape) 1958 02:01
THE GASLIGHT ORCHESTRA                     Somerset SF 3400 1958                02:55
                                           Chappell C 464 1954                  02:25
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (MELODI LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by OLE JENSEN on 78 label)
GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Pye NPL 28003 1958                   02:42
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                   02:55
                                           Royale VLP 600 1954 (Recorded by Majestic in 1947 but not issued)
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS     Polydor LPHM 46091 1958              02:29
                                           RCA Victor LPM 3254
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'GUY LUPAR' on LP label) 1955               02:23
                                            by TOM 1289 1954
AMSTERDAM SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA ConductedMelodisc VAN ELST                        03:21
JOE LEAHY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                W & G WG-SPN 280 1957                03:11
FLORIAN ZaBACH, HIS VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA Mercury MEP 9531 1958                  01:59
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury MG 20184 1956                03:05
                                           Chappell
THE TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ELLIOTT MAYESC 588 1957                     02:17
CYRIL ORNADEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Oriole CB 1344 1956                  02:31
                                           Chappell C 392 1950                  03:03
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERT FARNON (78 label states 'Queen's Hall Light Orchestra Conducted by David King')
LOU BUSCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Capitol 45-CL 14504 1956             02:51
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca 45-F 11052 1958                02:32
BORIS SARBEK AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Epic LN 3317 1956                    02:14
                                           Francis, Day & Hunter FDH 193 1958 02:33
THE NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL
ERIC SPEAR AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Oriole 45-1439 1958                  02:02
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 848 1955                         02:48
THE CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                                                    02:50
                                           Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 126-B 1957
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM E 3696 1958                      02:48
                                            ANDERSEN                            0
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTCharles Brull/Harmonic CBL 425-B 19582:47
                                           RCA OSBORNE, piano
TONY OSBORNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA, featuring TONY Camden CDN-104 1958              02:20
                                           RCA Victor LP 3254
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'GUY LUPAR' on LP label) 1955               01:31
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Polydor 46076 LPHM 1958              02:11
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA              Conroy BM 148-B 1958                 02:35
                                           Synchro FM 197 1958
GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN                     02:49
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV B10909 1955                      02:22
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Lang-Worth PC 134B 1952              02:49
                                           Chappell C
THE TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON 616 1958                      02:52
MISHEL PIASTRO AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRADecca DL 8573 1957                      02:37
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 2295 1946                02:47
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LK 4220 1958                   04:05
                                           HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 10138 1951                       03:27
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca LK 4060 1953                   02:30
                                           Chappell C 578 1957                  02:50
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen')
                                           Polydor 46091 LPHM 1958
WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Ricardo Santos and his Cascading Strings') 02:21
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Decca 45-F 11052 1958                02:40
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               M-G-M MGM 644 1953                   02:48
THE PARIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA                Stereo Fidelity SF 2500 1958         04:45
TONY OSBORNE AND HIS DANCING STRINGS       HMV 45-POP 439 1958                  02:21
                                           Ariola 36 809 C 1958
BADEN-BADEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HANS ROSBAUD                        02:58
                                           HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 10738 1954                       02:14
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               M-G-M D 149 1957                     02:18
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury MEP 9518 1957                02:17
THE CINEMA SOUND STAGE ORCHESTRA           Stereo Fidelity SF-2800 1958         02:23
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca 45-F 10793 1956                02:31
JOE LEAHY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                W & G WG-SPN 280 1957                02:14
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Parlophone R 3760 1953                02:23
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Essex ESLP 203 1955                   03:14
Orchestra Conducted by HUGO ALFVÉN               Philips PB 737 1957                   02:32
ETHEL SMITH - Organ with orchestral accompanimentBrunswick O 4517 1950                 02:48
VICTOR YOUNG AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca DL 8466 1956                    03:08
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Mercury MG 20103 1956                 03:23
MICHEL LEGRAND AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CL 2599 1956                 03:37
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca 45-F 10904 1957                 02:28
                                                  TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 016 1947 02:48
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Capitol T 10024 1956                  02:51
                                                 Verve MG VS-6012
CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN 1958                              03:14
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Columbia C2S 801 1958                 02:47
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury SR 60026 1958                 02:29
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Columbia BTD 701 1955                 02:29
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Mercury SR 60000 1957                 01:49
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   RCA Victor LSP 1656 1958              03:31
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Capitol ST 915 1958                   02:41
HUGO WINTERHALTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              RCA LPM 1677 1958                     02:59
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Dot DLP 3064 1958                     02:40
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     Polydor SLPHM 237503 1958             02:10
FREDDY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                        P-171
                                                 Standard Radio Transcription Services 02:14 1941
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Columbia DB 2448 1948                 02:48
                                                  ROBERT FARNON
KINGSWAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted byDecca F 9038 1948                              02:07
ALBERT SANDLER AND HIS PALM COURT ORCHESTRA      Columbia DB 2168 1945                 03:17
                                                 Columbia DB 2456
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1948                            02:26
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone 45-R 4272 1957                        02:50
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS           Polydor 46091 LPHM 1958               02:36
GERALDO Conducting THE TIP TOP TUNES ORCHESTRA   Parlophone E 11457 1947               04:15
HENRI RENÉ AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     HMV B 10052 1951                      02:32
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                           0
                                                 World Transcription Service 10057 1950 2:48
                                                 Decca F 9157
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES 1949                             02:55
                                                 HMV MELACHRINO                        04:06
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE C 4038 1950 featuring WILLIAM HILL-BOWEN, piano
                                                 HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 10087 1951                              03:02
                                                 HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 9527 1947                               02:51
                                                 HMV SCT 1519 - 1956
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the San Remo Festival Orchestra1957                       02:35
                                                 RCA MELACHRINO featuring WILLIAM HILL-BOWEN, piano
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE Camden CAS 10173 1958                     06:39
                                                 HMV C 2449
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES1932                                 04:21
                                                 Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1935 1939                     01:43
                                                 Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1935 1939                     01:26
                                                 Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1935 1939                     02:58
JACK PAYNE AND HIS BBC DANCE ORCHESTRA Columbia DX 273 1931                            03:22
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     HMV BD 723 1939                       02:56
                                                 HMV
NEW MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAY NOBLE C 2561 1933                               07:09
                                                 HMV B 8662
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by JACK FRERE 1937                                03:18
J.H. SQUIRE CELESTE OCTET                        Columbia DB 690 1931                  03:06
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    HMV C 2451 1932                       04:23
                                                 Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1907 1937                     03:14
JACK HYLTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    HMV B 5362 1927                       03:11
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia DB 1837 1938                 02:34
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                        Decca K 849 1936                      04:08
                                                 Regal Zonophone MR 1240 LOUIS 02:45
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT, Piano :1934 MORDISH
                                                 by CHARLES SHADWELL
COVENTRY HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA ConductedRegal Zonophone MR 2089 1936                    02:59
THE LITTLE SALON ORCHESTRA                       Columbia DB 459 1931                  03:05
ORCHESTRA MASCOTTE                               Parlophone R 1087 1931                03:06
                                                  CHARLES PRENTICE
DRURY LANE THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted byHMV C 2756 1936                               08:38
LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                       Bosworth BC 1013 1937                 03:00
                                              Telefunken E 2494 1938
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by EDUARD KÜNNEKE                        06:42
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                 Conroy BM 153-B 1958                2:44
                                              Boosey & Hawkes OT 2316 1958
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT                                  3:51
                                              Chappell C 544 1956                 2:55
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (on 78 label as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen')
                                               by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN
THE GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA ConductedSynchro FM 177 1958                       2:38
                                              Josef Weinberger Theme as 'The Crawford
                                                                                  1958
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (on 78 labelMusic JW 163 2:29Light Orchestra')
                                              De (real DW MEYER DE
HUDSON ENSEMBLE Conducted by WALTER WARREN Wolfename2581 1956 WOLFE) 2:35
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                 Conroy BM 146-B 1958                2:10
                                              Chappell C 547 1956                 2:47
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (on 78 label as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen')
                                              Impress IA 155-B 78 label           3:12
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (on 1956 as 'Lansdowne Light Orchestra')
                                              Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 517 1955                           2:11
                                              CBL
SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by THEO ARDEN 356 1954                              2:56
                                              Francis, Day & Hunter FDH 078 1952 2:45
L'ORCHESTRE DEVEREAUX Conducted by GEORGES DEVEREAUX
THE LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                Bosworth BC 1239 1950               2:45
BOSWORTH'S DANCE ORCHESTRA                    Bosworth BC 1248 1950               2:53
                                              Paxton PR 448 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                            1:29
                                               TORCH                              2:32
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 013 recorded 29 October 1946
                                               MELACHRINO
MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGEEMI Mood Music EPX 014 1947               3:22
                                              Boosey & Hawkes
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON O 2080 1946                  5:54
                                              Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 243 1945                      3:13
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                      Bosworth BC 1165 1943               3:03
                                              Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 101 1942                      1:28
                                              Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 131 1942                      1:27
WEST END CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA                  Bosworth BC 1133 1942               2:44
                                              Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1928 1939                1:36
                                              Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1928 1939                1:27
                                              Boosey & Hawkes
REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM HODGSON BH 1928 1939                2:58
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                      Bosworth BC 1060 1938               2:51
LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA                    Bosworth BC 1025 1937               2:52
CARMEN DRAGON AND THE CAPITOL SYMPHONY Capitol SP 8487 1959
                                               ORCHESTRA                          3:46
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8049 1958               2:22
WARREN BARKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Warner Bros. WB 1218 1958           3:06
XAVIER CUGAT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LSP 2173 1959                   2:54
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Capitol ST 968 1958                 1:53
                                              Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                          3:00
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye Nixa NSEP 85004 1959                 2:36
                                              Philips SBBL LP label)
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WALLY STOTT' on501 1958                      3:38
JOHN SCOTT TROTTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Warner Brothers WS 1266 1959        2:46
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Delyse Envoy ES 7041 1959                   2:21
VICTOR SILVESTER AND HIS SILVER STRINGS       Regal SREG 1015 1959                2:10
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol ST 884 1957                 2:28
HANS-GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Ariola 32721 1958                   2:18
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  MGM SE 3748 1959                    7:10
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia BTD 701 1956               3:20
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Philips SBBL 529 1959               2:32
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol ST 915 1958                 2:36
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury SR 60073 1958               2:48
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LSP 1890 1959                   2:37
FRANK DEVOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8010 1958               2:37
HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA LSP 2101 1959                   3:02
DENNIS FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA Victor LSP 1897 1959            2:45
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the Orchestra of HMV SCT 1519 1957
                                              the 6th San Remo Festival           3:03
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia AS 166 1959                2:15
101 STRINGS                                   Stereo Fidelity SF 6600 1959        6:51
                                              RCA LM 1985
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1956                          2:47
THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS                     Top Rank 45-JAR 272 1959            2:33
                                              KPM
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COOK 008 1959                        2:17
ERIC JUPP AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Columbia DB 3926 1957          2:34
                                              Synchro FM 237
THE PARIS STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIPPE PARES 1959                  2:35
                                              Top GREEN featuring 1959       2:51
PINEWOOD STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIP Rank 45-JAR 112 JOHNNY DANKWORTH, saxophone
BORIS SARBEK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Epic LN 3317 1956              3:06
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LPM 1458 1957              2:59
FRED HARTLEY AND HIS MUSIC                    Chappell C 659B 1959           2:17
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  M-G-M MGM-C 788 1959           2:37
                                               ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 437 1959 2:38
                                              Chappell
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON C 660B 1959                    3:01
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia ML 4796 1957          2:12
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Top Rank RX 3013 1959          2:30
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CL 631 1955           3:14
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Essex ESLP 208 1955            2:49
                                               ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 437 1959 2:42
GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Pye NPL 28003 1958             2:45
                                              Chappell
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS C 671B 1959                 3:12
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone 45-R 4608 1959              2:22
                                              Columbia 45-DB 4323 1959
MANUEL AND THE MUSIC OF THE MOUNTAINS ('Manuel' is actually GEOFF LOVE)      2:21
                                              KPM
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COOK Music KP 006B 1959              2:38
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia SX 1060 1957          2:03
                                              London HA-T 2222 1959
HOLLYWOOD STUDIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by MITCHELL POWELL             2:13
                                              Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted By CHARLESC 265 1946                  1:26
AXEL STORDAHL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol LC 6631 1954           2:43
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA Victor 20-4001 1949        3:30
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Decca DL 8240 1954                     3:28
                                              London
STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ADOLPH DEUTSCH HA-T 2176 1959                  4:03
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia C2S 801 1958          2:47
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca SKL 4048 1959            2:41
VICTOR SILVESTER AND HIS SILVER STRINGS       Regal SREG 1015 1959           2:01
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol ST 884 1957            2:40
NEW WORLD THEATRE ORCHESTRA                   Stereo Fidelity SF-3000 1957   3:27
                                              the 6th Sanremo Festival 1956
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the Orchestra of HMV SCT 1519 1957              1:45
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia BTD 703 1956          2:58
HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Ariola 32721 1958              2:07
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8050 1958          2:48
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Delyse Envoy ES 7041 1959              2:27
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA      Capitol ST 10190 1959          2:44
                                              ORCHESTRA
CARMEN DRAGON AND THE CAPITOL SYMPHONY Capitol SP 8487 1959                  4:57
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury SR 60073 1958          2:59
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS        Polydor 45151 LPH 1958         2:23
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia SX 1060 1957          2:57
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LPM 1458 1957              2:27
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Essex ESLP 208 1955            3:08
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol T 893 1958             2:25
PÉPÉ GONZALEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Brunswick LAT 8128 1957        1:51
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CL 631 1955           2:37
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polydor 46076 LPHM 1958        2:09
                                              Brunswick LAT 8125
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'VAN LYNN' on LP) 1956             2:38
                                              PARKER' on disc label)
BERT KAEMPFERT AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'BOB Heliodor 450110 1957               2:44
JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol W 627 1955             3:02
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Columbia CL 865 1955           2:52
                                              Polydor 45054 and 1954
WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'RICARDO SANTOS LPHhis Tango Orchestra') 3:49
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury MG 20086 1953          2:10
                                              Everest SDBR 1011 1958
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Jack Saunders Orchestra') 2:52
                                              HMV C 3067 1939
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by CLIFFORD GREENWOOD                   8:19
                                               Edison Bell Winner
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT5513 1932                   3:27
                                               HMV LONDON featuring AL BOLLINGTON, Organ
ANTON AND THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA, BD 729 1939                           3:15
                                                JOE TUNBRIDGE
LONDON HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA Conducted byColumbia 9284 1927                       7:15
                                               HMV B 4283 1932
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                            2:55
                                               Edison Bell Winner featuring      2:50
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT5582 1933ALBERT COUPE, Trumpet
                                               Columbia DX 774 1937
ADELPHI THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANCIS COLLINSON                         8:29
                                               Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 5195 1929                       2:31
                                               Edison Bell Winner
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT5534 1933                   6:32
                                               HMV B 4283 1932
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                            2:47
                                               by EDUARD KÜNNEKE
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted Columbia 9543 1928                     7:09
                                               Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 5193 1929                       2:27
                                               Regal Zonophone MR
COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOSEPH MUSCANT 1307 1934                  2:58
                                               HMV B 3566 1930
LONDON PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by RICHARD CREAN                            3:14
                                               HMV LONDON with
ANTON AND THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE ORCHESTRA, BD 660 1939 AL BOLLINGTON, Organ      2:55
                                               Columbia
PLAZA THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK TOURS 9157 1927                       2:02
                                               Columbia DB 1007 1933             3:19
REGAL VIRTUOSI (Regal Cinema Orchestra) Conducted by EMANUEL STARKEY featuring SIDNEY TORCH, Organ
                                               Regal by WILLIAM PETHERS
COVENTRY NEW HIPPODROME ORCHESTRA Conducted Zonophone MR 2790 1938               6:15
                                               Chappell C 377
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1950                      3:15
WARREN BARKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Warner Bros. WB 1218 1958         3:24
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   MGM SE 3748 1959                  2:26
HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Ariola 32721 1958                 2:38
JOHN SCOTT TROTTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Warner Brothers WS 1266 1959      2:28
                                               Francis Day
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL & Hunter FDH 202 1958 2:50
                                                by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN
THE GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA ConductedSynchro FM 168 1958                      3:10
MICHAEL FREEDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Oriole EP-7008 1958               3:19
                                               Everest SDBR 1011 1958
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Jack Saunders Orchestra')     3:59
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                  Conroy BM 121-B 1958              1:34
                                                Stott' PB138 1953
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WallyPhilipson 78 label)                    3:00
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Mercury SR 60073 1958             2:30
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol ST 884 1957               2:25
THE RIO CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                     Stereo Fidelity SF-5900 1958      3:43
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca SKL 4048 1959               3:35
                                               the 6th San Remo Festival
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the Orchestra of HMV SCT 1519 1957                  2:30
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Columbia C2L-3 1958               3:14
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                       Bosworth BC 1053 1938             2:42
                                               KPM
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COOK Music KP 004A 1959                  2:53
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LSP 1890 1959                 2:04
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Delyse Envoy ES 7041 1959                  2:24
                                               Boosey &
THE NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBURHawkes O 2082 1946              5:47
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia ML 4451 1951             3:27
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca DL 8062 1955                2:44
                                               Capitol
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by FRANK SINATRA LCT 6111 1956                      2:35
                                               HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 9610 1948                         3:13
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83009 1959                2:28
101 STRINGS Conducted by RUDOLF FRIML          Stereo Fidelity SF-6900 1959      3:53
                                               Valiant V-4926 1959
DOLORES VENTURA, piano and the CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                                2:38
JOHN SCOTT TROTTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Warner Brothers WS 1223 1958      3:44
HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Ariola 32721 1958                 2:22
                                               Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                         3:39
VICTOR SILVESTER AND HIS SILVER STRINGS        Regal SREG 1015 1959              2:02
JOHN SCOTT TROTTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Warner Brothers WS 1266 1959      3:37
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca SKL 4048 1959               2:41
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Capitol ST 1154 1959              3:19
                                               HMV DSD 1751
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO1958                        2:36
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Philips BBL 7045 1955             3:07
GEOFF LOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Columbia SX 1060 1957             3:49
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 577 1954                   6:39
                                            Brunswick LAT 8125
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'VAN LYNN' on LP) 1956                   3:30
BRUCE CAMPBELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            MGM E 3460 1956                        2:33
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 631 1955                   2:50
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           MGM E 3302 1956                        2:13
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK 4150 1957                     2:26
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury MG 20121 1956                  2:57
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       2:58
                                            Standard Radio Transcription Services Z-165 1942
                                            Standard disc label)                    239-1
HARRY HORLICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Rene Savard' onRadio Transcription Services T2:43 1945
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol H 185 1950                     2:49
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca LF 1052 1951                     3:02
LEWIS WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                    250-2
                                            Standard Radio Transcription Services Z2:48 1949
CHARLES SHADWELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA          HMV B 9487 1946                        2:29
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca 23535 1944                       3:12
                                            Columbia
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATESDX 966 194'                       4:11
                                            HMV C 3359 Laurance Turner
HALLÉ ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILLIAM WALTON solo violin: 1943                      4:07
WYNFORD REYNOLDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca Music While You Work MW 13' 1944 2:56
                                            Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 193 1943                       2:35
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                HMV B 9494 1946                        2:34
                                            HMV C 3428 1945
JACK PAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA with PEGGY COCHRANE, piano                            7:45
                                            Chappell C 3 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH                             2:51
                                            Decca K 1559 BRONKHURST
LOUIS LEVY AND HIS 'MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES' pianist HENRY 1946                      3:41
                                            Francis, Day &
THE NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH Hunter FDH 2 1946              2:45
                                            Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 259 1946                       2:14
                                            HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE B 961' 1948                           2:56
                                            Columbia DX 132' 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES WILLIAMS                         4:01
                                             TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH '43 1948 2:57
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBUR & Hawkes OT 2'47 1946                3:26
                                            Boosey & Hawkes O 2'42 1946
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                                 2:55
MEREDITH WILLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Decca DL 8'25 1949                     4:09
LEIGHTON LUCAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            EMI Mood Music EP 122 1948             3:10
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAE JENKINS & Hawkes OT 2'92 1946               4:07
THE LOUIS VOSS GRAND ORCHESTRA              Bosworth BC 1146 1942                  2:42
                                            Decca F 846' 1944
MANTOVANI AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA featuring GUY FLETCHER, piano                  5:55
PIERRE CHALLET AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury SR 60066 1959                  1:24
PIERRE CHALLET AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury SR 60066 1959                  4:34
                                            Philips SBBL LP 1958
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA as 'WALLY STOTT' on 501label                       3:06
                                            Columbia 33C1054
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR WILLIAM WALTON 1958                        2:22
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Capitol H 185 1950                     2:45
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3026 1947                 5:33
                                            Decca LW 5325
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by PIERINO GAMBA 1958                          3:51
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Columbia DB 2764 1950                  3:16
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca LF 1021 1950                     2:40
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia BTD 701 1956                  3:00
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83008 1959                  7:52
                                            Philips Conducted by ANDRE KOSTELANETZ
PHILHARMONIC-SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF NEW YORKNBE 11033 1956                          3:35
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury MG 20121 1956                  2:34
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 550 1954                   2:49
                                            HMV DSD 1751
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO1958                          4:21
                                            Decca F 9295 1949
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            2:10
ERIC JUPP AND THE MELODI STRINGS            Chappell C 670 1959                    2:59
RAY CONNIFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS    Columbia CS 8022 1958                  2:44
CLEBANOFF STRINGS                           Mercury SR 60005 1958                  2:58
JOHN SCOTT TROTTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Warner Brothers WS 1223 1958           2:41
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       4:12
                                            Standard Radio Transcription Service Z-162-5,6,7 1942
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       3:04
                                            Standard Radio Transcription Service Z-162-5,6,7 1942
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         4:16
                                              Standard Radio Transcription Service Z-162-5,6,7 1942
GEORGE GREELEY, Piano and Orchestra           Warner Bros WS 1319 1959               3:33
ROGER WILLIAMS, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA London HA-R 2155 1958                        2:46
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8042 1958                  2:52
                                              Capitol T 858 1957
GEORGE SHEARING, Piano with BILLY MAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                              4:34
                                              MGM SE
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA with DON FERRIS, Piano3748 1959                         2:48
                                              Pye NSPL HIS ORCHESTRA
JOE "Mr Piano" HENDERSON, Piano with BILL SHEPHERD AND83006 1959                     2:19
                                              London
LOU STEIN, Piano - with BILL FONTAINE'S ORCHESTRA HLZ 8419 1957                      2:25
                                               NORRIE DB 4004 1957
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring Columbia PARAMOR, Piano                   2:07
SEMPRINI, Piano and Orchestra                 HMV POP 384 1957                       3:00
PIERRE DORSEY, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Polygon P 1083 1953                           2:45
                                              Philips PB 332 1954
WINIFRED ATWELL, Piano with CYRIL ORNADEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                          2:22
                                              Parlophone R 4160 1956
DOLORES VENTURA, Piano - with Accompaniment Directed by IVOR SLANEY                  2:22
                                              Decca LK 4083 Piano
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BILLMcGUFFIE, 1954                         3:20
MORTON GOULD, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Columbia ML 4657 1953                          5:08
                                              HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE C 4038 1950 featuring WILLIAM 3:54      HILL-BOWEN, Piano
ROBERTO INGLEZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone R 3640 1953                 3:19
                                              Columbia CL 631 1955
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BERNIE LEIGHTON, Piano                       2:50
BILLY MAYERL RHYTHM ENSEMBLE                  Parlophone F 2449 1951                 2:54
                                              R 3313 disc
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA pianist uncredited on1950 label                       6:39
STANLEY BLACK, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Decca LF 1055 1951                            3:08
                                              MGM D 124 1954
ART WANER, Piano, Conducting THE LATIN QUARTER ORCHESTRA                             2:39
PALL MALL REVELLERS                           Bosworth BC 1080 1939                  2:34
CARROLL GIBBONS, piano - AND HIS BOY FRIENDS  Columbia FB 1870 1938                  2:42
                                              HMV B 6496
RAIE DA COSTA, Piano - with RAY NOBLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA1934                          3:03
                                              SIDNEY TORCH                           1:45
RAF CONCERT ORCHESTRA probably conducted by ORBS Cut 2448 (2EN 9358) Issue MK 4943 1944
                                              SIDNEY TORCH                           4:43
RAF CONCERT ORCHESTRA probably conducted by ORBS Cut 173 (2EN 3640) Issue MK 4570 late 1942 or early 1943
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 VOA PO 104 1950s                       1:58
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         3:00
                                              World Programme Service (Australia) 006 c1943
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       3:23
                                              Towers of London Transcription Disc c1951
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Thesaurus Orthacoustic 1773 1953       3:07
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         1:25
                                              World Programme Service (Australia) 006 c1943
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 VOA PO 125 1950s                       2:24
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 VOA PO 88 1947                         2:18
PHIL SPITALNY AND HIS ALL GIRL ORCHESTRA Thesaurus Orthacoustic 1871 1954            1:39
LEITH STEVENS AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Standard Program Library Z-267 1949 2:40
CARMEN DRAGON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      1:21
                                              World Programme Service (Australia) 099 c1945
                                              SIDNEY TORCH (solo violin Lou No. MK 3105
                                                                                     3:47
RAF CONCERT ORCHESTRA probably conducted by ORBS Cut 962 (2EN 5926) Issue Whiteson) 1943
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         2:53
                                              World Programme Service (Australia) 671 c1943
                                               MELACHRINO                            3:30
THE ORCHESTRA IN KHAKI Conducted by GEORGE ORBS Cut 3158 (2EN 12663) Issue MK 5593 1945
                                              World Program Service 10397 c1955 1:57
WORLD CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIP GREEN
                                              Standard Program Library T-273 1949 3:10
HOLLYWOOD SALON ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY BLUESTONE
                                              Standard Program Library T-273 1949 1:14
HOLLYWOOD SALON ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY BLUESTONE
                                              Standard Program Library T-273 1949 2:18
HOLLYWOOD SALON ORCHESTRA Conducted by HARRY BLUESTONE
LEWIS WILLIAMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      250
                                              Standard Radio Transcription Services Z3:40 1949
                                              ORBS Cut
ARMY SALON ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROBINSON 2793 (2EN 10538) Issue MK 5509 1944  2:31
                                              ORBS Cut 1817 (2EN 8104) Issue MK 4194† VIVIAN DUNN, 1820 (2EN RM
                                                                                     4:50
THE ORCHESTRA OF H.M. ROYAL MARINES (PORTSMOUTH DIVISION) Conducted by Captain F1944; ORBS CutMVO ARAM8105) Issue MK 4195‡ 1944
                                              ORBS Cut 1817 (2EN 8104) Issue MK 4194† VIVIAN DUNN, 1820 (2EN RM
                                                                                     4:31
THE ORCHESTRA OF H.M. ROYAL MARINES (PORTSMOUTH DIVISION) Conducted by Captain F1944; ORBS CutMVO ARAM8105) Issue MK 4195‡ 1944
                                              ORBS Cut 1817 (2EN 8104) Issue MK 4194† VIVIAN DUNN, 1820 ARAM RM
                                                                                     4:47
THE ORCHESTRA OF H.M. ROYAL MARINES (PORTSMOUTH DIVISION) Conducted by Captain F1944;ORBS Cut MVO (2EN 8105) Issue MK 4195‡ 1944
                                              ORBS Cuts 2982/3 (2EN 11563/4) Issue7:25 6029 probably recorded no later than
                                                                                      MK
THE ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL MARINES (PORTSMOUTH DIVISION) Conducted by Captain F VIVIAN DUNN, MVO ARAM RM 1945
                                              MGM E
MGM STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHNNY GREEN 3694 1958                             2:18
PARIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA                       Somerset SF 2500 1957                  3:31
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83009 1959                    2:30
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA Victor LSP 1656 1958               3:11
HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Ariola 71231 1959                      3:05
                                              Everest SDBR 1011 1958
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Jack Saunders Orchestra')         2:21
                                              Columbia CL 551 1954
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA with MITCH MILLER, oboe and cor anglais             2:49
                                              Verve MG VS-6012
CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN 1958                         2:42
MUSIC BY CAMARATA                             Decca DL 5461 1952                  3:21
                                              the 6th San Remo Festival
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the Orchestra of HMV SCT 1519 1957                   2:58
ROBERTO ROSSANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Stereo Fidelity SF-4700 1959        3:04
WILLIAM HILL BOWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA          RCA Camden CAS 461 1958             2:45
                                              Valiant V-4926 1959
DOLORES VENTURA, Piano and the CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                                 2:41
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 4094 1955                      2:21
JOE REISMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LPS 1519 1957                   2:11
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury Wing SRW 12508 1957         2:02
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Paxton PR 563 1953                  2:10
                                               TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 010 1946 2:20
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Paxton PR 639 1954                  2:18
                                              Paxton PR 612 1954
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('Paul Franklin' on disc label)             2:25
                                              Bosworth BC
BOSWORTH STRING ORCHESTRA Conducted by LOUIS VOSS 1232 1949                       3:00
                                              Boosey & Hawkes O 2305 1958
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT                                  2:55
                                              Paxton PR 629 1954
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('Paul Franklin' on disc label)             2:48
                                              Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 585 1954                          3:02
GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA                    Synchro FM 242 1959                 1:48
                                              Josef Weinberger Theme Music JW 152 3:15 disc
                                                                                   on
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD ('Crawford Light Orchestra'1958 label)
TOM JENKINS AND HIS PALM COURT ORCHESTRAHMV B 10047 1951                          6:50
ARTHUR WOOD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia DX 573 1934                4:34
NEW LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA                  HMV B 4244 1932                     2:45
                                              HMV B8282
LIGHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HAYDN WOOD 1935                             3:12
ROBERT GADEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Electrola EG 6286 1938              2:35
FRED HARTLEY AND HIS QUINTET                  Decca F 5168 1934                   5:53
LONDON CONCERT ORCHESTRA                      Bosworth BC 1180 1944               2:54
THE LITTLE SALON ORCHESTRA                    Columbia DB 459 1930                2:49
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV C 1845 1930                     8:31
                                              BBC Transcription
BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by CLARENCE RAYBOULD Service 27692 1945 2:52
BARNABAS VON GECZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA HMV B 8434 1936                              2:53
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV B 8199 1934                     2:56
INTERNATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA                 Bosworth BC 1032 1937               1:51
EDITH LORAND AND HER VIENNESE ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 2035 1935                    6:35
CONTINENTAL NOVELTY ORCHESTRA                 Regal Zonophone MR 565 1932         3:00
                                              Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by JAY WILBUR & Hawkes O 2040 1945                2:48
ALFREDO CAMPOLI AND HIS SALON ORCHESTRA Decca F 5904 1936                         3:01
                                              Parlophone E 11268 1935
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER GOEHR (as 'George Walter' on record label) 7:16
ALBERT SANDLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia FB 2367 1940               3:29
PALL MALL REVELLERS                           Bosworth BC 1071 1938               2:20
JACK HYLTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca F 5216 1934                   4:51
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone R 3649 1953                      2:36
GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Pye NPL 28003 1958                  3:20
                                              Chappell WALLY STOTT
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANGELA MORLEY as C 688 1960                       2:57
                                              Boosey & Hawkes O 2325 1958
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT                                  2:54
WOOLF PHILLIPS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRAColumbia DB 2873 1951                     2:21
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Mercury SR 60073 1958               2:11
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Brunswick STA 3030 196              3:09
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Capitol ST 868 1958                 4:16
101 STRINGS Conducted by RUDOLF FRIML         Stereo Fidelity SF-6900 1959        3:06
HARRY GELLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LPM 1032 1955                   2:25
MORTON GOULD, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Columbia ML 4451 1951                       3:40
                                              Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 644A 1959                          2:13
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Epic LN 3452 1958                   2:01
RAYMOND SCOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Coral CRL 57174 1957                2:45
AXEL STORDAHL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Dot DLP 25282 1960                  3:02
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM D 149 1957                    2:58
ANDRÉ POPP AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Columbia WL 130 1958              2:53
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia 4-39491 1951             2:09
                                            RCA Victor LP 3254
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA as 'GUY LUPAR' on LP label 1955               2:03
FRANK PERKINS AND HIS 'POPS' ORCHESTRA      Brunswick LA 8708 1955            3:03
                                            Harmonic HMP269A 1948
HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILFRED BURNS                                 2:55
                                            Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 283 194                   2:58
                                            Boosey & Hawkes OT 2089 1946
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                            3:37
                                            Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 582 1953                      2:40
                                            Polydor
RIAS DANCE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WERNER MÜLLERH 49 262 1954                  3:01
OTTO CESANA AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CL 631 1955              7:04
                                            Decca SDD BLISS
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR ARTHUR 255 1959                    3:38
ALFRED NEWMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury MPL 6500 1956             3:11
                                            Decca DON GILLIS
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Conducted byLM 4510 1950                     2:56
                                            Chappell C294 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                       2:54
                                            Columbia DB 2639 1950
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA with ARTHUR SANDFORD, piano             5:28
                                            Top GREEN
PINEWOOD STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIP Rank International JAR-355 1960 2:38
                                            Top GREEN
PINEWOOD STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIP Rank International JAR-355 1960 2:48
                                            EMI JG 214 1944
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES                            3:22
                                            HMV C4250 1954
THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                         4:27
LEIGHTON LUCAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Parlophone 45-R 4342 1957         2:40
                                            Paxton PR454 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                        2:29
                                             CLIFFORD
MELODI LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUBERT13 Chappell C428 1953               3:11
                                            HMV IVOR NOVELLO
THE DRURY LANE THEATRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by B 8897 1939                     2:37
                                            Chappell C299
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH1947                    3:10
                                            Boosey & Hawkes OT 2090 1946
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERIC CURZON                            8:18
MONTAGUE EWING, Piano, with NOVELTY BAND Rex 8364-A 1935                      3:08
ARTHUR WOOD AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia DX 971 1940              3:16
ARTHUR WOOD AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia DX 971 1940              2:00
ARTHUR WOOD AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia DX 971 1940              2:02
                                            Columbia DX
ALBERT W. KETÈLBEY, Piano, and his CONCERT ORCHESTRA 27 1930                  3:45
CHARLES ANCLIFFE AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Columbia DB 339 1932              3:16
                                            Columbia DX 1171 HARRIET COHEN, piano
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUBERT BATH, with 1944                 6:03
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY    MGM 45-MGM 1090 1960              2:26
                                            Chappell C 542 1956               3:09
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON - ('Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen' on disc label)
VICTOR SILVESTER AND HIS SILVER STRINGS     Regal SREG 1015 1959              2:18
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca SKL 4067 1959               3:58
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury MG 20301 1957             2:13
                                            Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by R. de PORTEN & Hawkes OT 2223 1953         2:34
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Decca LK 4055 1953                2:45
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Kapp KL 1022 1955                 2:28
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Columbia CL 863 1956              2:55
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Columbia CS 8042 1958             3:41
                                            Valiant V-4926 1959
DOLORES VENTURA, piano and the CARNIVAL ORCHESTRA                             2:39
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca LK 4215 1957                2:59
LEROY HOLMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA              MGM E 3378 1956                   3:04
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Delyse Envoy ES 7041 1959               2:16
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM E 3067 1953                   3:19
                                             ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 461 1960 2:54
                                            RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE Victor LSP 2106 1960             2:20
                                            Capitol W 1147 1959
JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring BOBBY HACKETT, trumpet             2:39
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca LK 4177 1957                2:23
FRANK DE VOL AND HIS RAINBOW STRINGS        Philips PB 1038 1960              3:27
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA             HMV 45-POP 755 1960               2:25
                                            Fontana H
THE CASCADING STRINGS Conducted by JOHNNY GREGORY 251 1960                    2:18
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83008 1959             3:16
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY      MGM SE 3817 1960                       4:00
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Decca 23344 1944                       2:44
                                              Decca LF 1166
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROGERS 1954                             4:01
                                              Columbia SCX 3297 1960
MANUEL AND THE MUSIC OF THE MOUNTAINS ('Manuel' is GEOFF LOVE)                       2:58
                                               by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN
THE GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted Synchro FM 217 1959                         3:03
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 DOT DLP 25322 1960                    2:22
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Capitol T 733 1957                    2:44
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM SE3804 1960                       2:17
                                               RCA SF 5049 1960
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO                              2:32
                                               De Wolfe DW
COSMOPOLITAN ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILLIPO ANDEZ 2668B 1960                        2:28
THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS                                                            2
                                               Top Rank International 45-JAR 304 1960:58
THE CRAWFORD LIGHT ORCHESTRA                   Josef Weinberger JW 247-A 1960        2:43
                                               Top Rank 45-JAR112 1959
THE PINEWOOD STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILIP GREEN                              2:56
                                               Columbia 45-DB 4563
MANUEL AND THE MUSIC OF THE MOUNTAINS ('Manuel' is GEOFF LOVE)1960                   2:14
SIR CHAUNCEY (real name ERNIE FREEMAN)         Warner Bros 45-WB 35 1960             2:39
                                               MGM SE
THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY Conducted by CYRIL ORNADEL 3843 1960                          4:35
                                               HMV SCT Remo Festival
GEORGE MELACHRINO Conducting the Orchestra of the 6th San1519 1957                   3:02
REG OWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                     RCA LPM 1907 1960                     1:52
THE BRUSSELS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA             Southern MQ 511 1960                  2:54
                                               Philips PB 1039 1960                  3:20
RAWICZ AND LANDAUER, at Two Pianos, with ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WALLY STOTT' on disc label)
                                               De Wolfe DW 2652A 1960
HILVERSUM RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGH GRANVILLE                                1:40
THE BRUSSELS NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA             Southern MQ 512 1960                  2:43
                                               RCA Victor LP 3254
GUY LUYPAERTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'GUY LUPAR' on LP label) 1955                    2:18
THE WESTWAY STUDIO ORCHESTRA                   Southern MQ 501 1960                  2:38
JACQUES LEROY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Embassy WLP 5173 1960                 1:42
                                               Standard School Broadcast Transcription 2643 recorded in Capitol Studios, Hollywood 16 May 1960
STANDARD SCHOOL BROADCAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by CARMEN DRAGON                       2:45
JACK HYLTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV C 2856 1936                       4:09
Orchestra Conducted by HUGO ALFVÉN             Philips PB 737 1957                   2:00
                                               HMV EG 6221/2
CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by BRUNO SEIDLER-WINKLER 1937                            3:16
                                               HMV EG 6221/2
CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by BRUNO SEIDLER-WINKLER 1937                            3:22
                                               HMV EG 6221/2
CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by BRUNO SEIDLER-WINKLER 1937                            3:16
                                               HMV EG 6221/2
CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by BRUNO SEIDLER-WINKLER 1937                            3:18
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 31 1947                        2:32
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 29 1948                        2:21
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 98 1948                        2:42
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 28 1947                        3:42
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 138 1948                       3:12
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 96 1950s                       3:06
                                                ELLINGTON, piano
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring DUKEVOA PO 80 1950s                          3:48
                                               VOA PO 87 1955
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring VINCENT J. ABATO, clarinet                   3:13
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  VOA PO 95 1950s                       2:17
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Towers Of London 6 CTP 14802-1 19481:50
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          4:03
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-136B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          2:32
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-123B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          2:19
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-136B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          4:03
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-141B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          2:36
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-141B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Towers Of London 6 CTP 14802-1 19483:40
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          2:37
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-142A 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                          4:30
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-147B 1952
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 BBC Transcription c.1949              1:14
                                               Towers of                             2:49
THE CAVALCADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH London Transcription Recording: 'Cavalcade of Music' programme 41 c.1952
                                               Towers of                             4:17
THE CAVALCADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH London Transcription Recording: 'Cavalcade of Music' programme 47 c.1952
                                               ORBS Cut
RAF CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 2447 (2EN 9358) Issue MK 4943 1944   2:37
                                               Towers of                             4:05
THE CAVALCADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH London Transcription Recording: 'Cavalcade of Music' programme 43 c.1952
                                               Towers of                             3:00
THE CAVALCADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH London Transcription Recording: 'Cavalcade of Music' programme 41 c.1952
                                                Towers of                          4:39
THE CAVALCADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH London Transcription Recording: 'Cavalcade of Music' programme 45 c.1952
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                       Bosworth BC 1200 1947               2:15
                                                ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 446 1959 2:42
NEW WORLD THEATRE ORCHESTRA                    Stereo Fidelity SF-3000 1957        4:57
                                               Chappell
L'ORCHESTRE DE CONCERT Conducted by PAUL O'HENRY C 389 1950                        2:56
                                               Columbia CL
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA with MITCH MILLER (Oboe) 551 1954                    2:40
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                   2:45
                                               Decca Music While You Work MW 406 1946
                                                TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 060 1950 2:20
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83009 1959                  2:59
                                               Decca LK 4080 1954
NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON                              4:54
                                               Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 470 1954                            1:57
                                               Chappell C 295 1947
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            2:48
                                               Boosey
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by REG LEOPOLD& Hawkes OT 2127 1948                4:04
                                               Impress IA 125 1956                 2:23
STUTTGART RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD (as 'Lansdowne Light Orchestra' on disc label)
ERNEST MAXIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Top Rank International JAR 335 1960 2:34
MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Trans-World TWLP 211 1957           3:18
                                               Top Peters')
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA ( as 'Malcolm Rank 39/668 1960                   2:37
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA     Columbia DB 3215 1952               2:52
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by I. KARR    Harmonic/Charles Brull CBL 337 1952 2:56
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   MGM SE 3748 1959                    2:56
                                               Chappell C 546 1956                 2:35
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON ('Melodi Light Orchestra' on disc label)
                                               Philips BBE 12374
BILL McGUFFIE, piano and conducting THE CINE-MUSICA OF LONDON 1960                 2:04
JACK HYLTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV BD 393 1936                     3:14
                                               Boosey & Hawkes O 2350 1959
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN ('Nat Nyll' on disc label)  3:18
PHILIP GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 MGM 180 1948                        3:14
                                               Boosey & Hawkes O 2208 1951
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT                                   2:29
THE GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA                 Synchro FM 217 1959                 2:41
                                               Paxton PR 401 1946
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                             2:36
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                          KPM Music KPM 021 1960              2:21
THE HARMONIC STRINGS Conducted by TOM WYLER    Charles Brull/Harmonic CBL328 1952 2:32
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                          KPM Music KPM 033 1960              3:02
                                               Chappell C 386 1950
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            2:31
                                               Paxton PR 661 1956
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Paul Franklin' on disc label)           2:37
                                                ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 419 1958 2:51
                                               KPM
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COOK 008 1959                              2:40
                                               Boosey & Hawkes OT 2340 1959
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN (as 'Nat Nyll')             2:05
THE CLUB QUINTET                               Conroy BM 161-A 1959                1:42
                                               Chappell
THE DANCE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON C 351 1948                          1:51
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                  Conroy BM 182-B 1959                2:33
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by PETER YORKE    Chappell C680B 1960                 2:39
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                          KPM Music KPM 063 1960              3:31
THE GROSVENOR STUDIO ORCHESTRA                 Synchro FM 213 1959                 3:09
                                               Paxton PR 406 1946
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                             2:46
                                               Chappell C 640 1959
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            3:13
                                               Paxton PR 455 1948
LONDON PROMENADE ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER COLLINS                             3:14
THE CONNAUGHT LIGHT ORCHESTRA                  Conroy BM 106-A 1958                2:37
                                               Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 581 1953                           3:05
                                               Impress IA RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by KURT REHFELD)
THE LANSDOWNE LIGHT ORCHESTRA (probably STUTTGART 206-A 1959                       2:56
                                                ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTCharles Brull/Harmonic CBL 457 1960 2:31
                                               Chappell C 639 1959
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                            3:01
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                          KPM Music KPM 060 1960              2:15
                                               Francis, Day &
THE NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH Hunter FDH 048 1948 3:08
REGENT CLASSIC ORCHESTRA                       Bosworth BC 1257 1950               2:39
                                                TORCH
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEYFrancis, Day & Hunter FDH 044 1948 3:08
                                               Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 228 1945                       3:16
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                        2:46
                                               Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-136A 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       2:03
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-135B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       3:25
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-142B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       1:56
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-115B 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       3:17
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-146A 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       2:45
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-146A 1952
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                       3:55
                                           Lang-Worth Feature Programmes PC-123B 1952
AL SACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                         2:31
                                           Standard Radio Transcription Services Z-219-3 1945
VAN PHILLIPS AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                    1944
                                           BBC Transcription 12PM-18889 1943 or 3:22
                                           ORBS Cut 3080 (2EN 12169) Issue Captain VIVIAN
                                                                                  4:48
THE ORCHESTRA OF H.M. ROYAL MARINES (PORTSMOUTH DIVISION) Conducted by MK 6337F1940s DUNN, MVO ARAM RM
PETER YORKE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA World Programme Service 370 c. 1952 2:27
                                           ORBS Cut                               3:53
ARMY SALON ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC ROBINSON 2791 (2EN 10537) Issue MK 5509 1944
                                           Overseas Recorded A.E.F. featuring DENNY ENSA taken from
                                                                                  5:41
CAPTAIN ROBERT FARNON Conducting THE CANADIAN BAND OF THE Broadcasting Service for VAUGHAN, piano “Canadian Caravan” Broadcast on BBC
                                           BBC Transcription c.1947
BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL                               3:33
                                           Standard                               3:27
CARL CHANDLER ORCHESTRA (real name EMIL CADKIN) Radio Transcription Services Z-253-4 1949
                                           Standard disc label)                    234-9
HARRY HORLICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Rene Savard' onRadio Transcription Services T2:44 1945
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      2:26
                                           Standard Radio Transcription Services Z-160-1 c.1942
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               World Program Service 179 c. 1945      2:15
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      2:36
                                           Standard Radio Transcription Services Z-154-5 c.1942
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      2:32
                                           World Programme Service (Australia) 012 c. 1945
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               World Program Service 8419-8422 c. 19453:02
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      2:14
                                           World Programme Service (Australia) 012 c. 1945
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      3:29
                                           World Programme Service (Australia) 639 c. 1945
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               World Program Service 8419-8422 c. 19452:28
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                                      3:22
                                           World Programme Service (Australia) 006 c. 1945
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     1:36
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  2:08
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     2:43
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2044 1959                        2:47
                                           Warner Bros. LP 1341
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA as 'WALLY STOTT' on WSlabel 1959                  3:03
                                           RCA LSC 2329
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1959                          2:10
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2044 1959                        2:09
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     3:00
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8176 1959                  3:23
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     2:26
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca SKL 4022 1958                    3:12
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     2:15
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     1:35
                                           RCA LSC 2329
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1959                          2:58
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2044 1959                        1:54
                                           RCA LSC 2329
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1959                          2:56
                                           Warner Bros. LP 1341
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA as 'WALLY STOTT' on WSlabel 1959                  2:58
                                           RCA LSC 2329
BOSTON 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER 1959                          2:38
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2044 1959                        2:01
                                           RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2044 1959                        2:55
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  2:14
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8176 1959                  3:43
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     2:30
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  2:00
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Dot DLP 25148 1958                     2:32
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  1:21
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  1:26
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  3:11
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca SKL 4022 1958                    2:51
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8033 1958                  4:19
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 166 1944 3:08
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca Music While You Work MW 131 1944 3:17
REGINALD PURSGLOVE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Decca Music While You Work MW 316 1945   2:49
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 148 1944
                                                                              2:39
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 257 1944      2:56
WYNFORD REYNOLDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Decca Music While You Work MW 130 1944
                                                                              2:58
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS WALTZ ORCHESTRA       Decca Music While You Work MW 400 1946
                                                                              2:59
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 82 1943
                                                                              3:17
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 257 194       2:53
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 79 1943
                                                                              3:10
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 83 1943
                                                                              2:55
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 167 1944
                                                                              2:43
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca Music While You Work MW 333 1945
                                                                              3:12
WYNFORD REYNOLDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Decca Music While You Work MW 414 1946
                                                                              2:40
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 301 1945      3:01
HARRY FRYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Decca Music While You Work MW 333 1945
                                                                              3:13
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 82 1943
                                                                              3:14
                                           Decca Music While You
LONDON COLISEUM ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD BURSTON Work MW 334 1945      2:59
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 83 1943
                                                                              3:03
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 213 1944
                                                                              3:00
WYNFORD REYNOLDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA         Decca Music While You Work MW 414 1946
                                                                              2:52
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 242 1944
                                                                              2:48
HAROLD COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 190 1944
                                                                              2:54
HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca Music While You Work MW 213 1944
                                                                              2:53
                                           Decca Music
RONNIE MUNRO AND HIS SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA While You Work MW 252 1945    2:59
RICHARD CREAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                                               3:13
                                           Decca Music While You Work MW 95 1943
LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Brunswick STA 3030 1960            3:14
THE CLEBANOFF STRINGS AND ORCHESTRA        Mercury SR 60163 1960              2:16
PARIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA                    Somerset SF 2500 1957              4:19
                                            ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTHarmonic/Charles Brull CBL 451 1960 2:55
                                           Paxton PR 681 1957
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Paul Franklin' on disc label)      2:26
MAHLON MERRICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Urania LP 9013 1957                2:04
JOHN CLEGG AND HIS ORCHESTRA               RCA LPM 1916 1959                  2:10
                                            Orchestra' on disc
BRUCE CAMPBELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('CoronetMGM 30837 1953 label)               2:51
                                           Chappell
TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANGELA MORLEY C 693B 1960                     2:39
                                           Chappell C 322
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1947                   2:38
                                           Francis, Day
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL & Hunter FDH 126 1954 2:49
                                           De ANDEZ
COSMOPOLITAN ORCHESTRA Conducted by PHILLIPOWolfe DW 2658B 1960               2:28
KERMIT LESLIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Epic LN 3452 1958                  2:08
                                            JOHNSON
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA Conducted by LAURIEKPM Music KPM 041 1960               2:24
                                           Francis, Day
NEW CENTURY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERICH BÖRSCHEL & Hunter FDH 222 1959 2:03
BERNIE WAYNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA             ABC Paramount ABC 182 1957         6:48
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM SE 3748 1959                   2:48
LESLIE JONES and his ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Pye-Nixa NSPL 83008 1959             2:52
GLENN OSSER AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Kapp KL 1022 1955                  2:48
REG OWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LPM 1907 1960                  2:50
ACQUAVIVA AND HIS ORCHESTRA                MGM E 3696 1958                    3:19
                                           Capitol
PITTSBURGH STRINGS Conducted by RICHARD JONES LC 6816 1956                    3:06
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca LF 1052 1951                 3:10
                                           HMV CSD 1294 1960                  3:14
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring RONNIE CHAMBERLAIN, soprano saxophone
                                           Top Rank 39/668 1960
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Malcolm Peters')                       3:29
HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA            RCA LSP 2101 1959                  3:06
HAL MOONEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Time S 2005 1960                   2:05
                                           Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                      3:31
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY   MGM SE 3781 1959                   3:30
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA             RCA LSC 2104 1960                  4:11
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone PCS 3002 1959                2:32
                                            Stott')
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WallyPhilips SBBL 501 1958               1:58
                                                                   RCA Camden CAS
                        THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO 10173 1958                3:40
                        HENRY MANCINI AND HIS ORCHESTRA            RCA LSP 2101 1959                    3:13
                        LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol T 733 1956                   2:38
                        GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Capitol ST 884 1957                  2:42
                        DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM 3555 1957                        2:27
                        NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Capitol T 753 1957                   3:40
                        MARIO RUIZ ARMENGOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA RCA LPM 1292 1956                         3:29
                        MONTY KELLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Carlton STLP 12/123 1960             2:28
                                                                   HMV CSD 1294 1960
                        FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring JACK LA ROQUE, violin                 3:01
                        PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8049 1958                3:09
                        ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA            MGM SE3804 1960                      5:29
                        SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Parlophone E 11454 1947              4:11
                        GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                      KPM Music KPM 063 1960               3:15
                                                                   Columbia DX
                        COURT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERIC COATES 63 1930                       7:47
                        PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Columbia CS 8292 1960                3:06
r a Columbia Records TV advertisement 1960                                                              4:29
                        LEROY ANDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca DL 78954 1959                  2:33
                        JACK SHAINDLIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Brunswick STA 3055 1961              2:50
                        FREDERICK FENNELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA        Mercury CMS 18050 1961               2:32
                        DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury CMS 18045 1961               3:47
                        GEOFF LOVE AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia SCX 3527 1958                     2:19
                        RON GOODWIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Parlophone PCS 3019 1961             2:39
                                                                   RCA Victor LSP
                        THE MELACHRINO STRINGS Conducted by GEORGE MELACHRINO2412 1961                  2:54
                        THE CLEBANOFF STRINGS AND PERCUSSION       Mercury CMS 18053 1961               3:15
                                                                    LITER & 'Paul Hamilton')
                        NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by MONIA Boosey(asHawkes O 2381 1960            3:05
                        XAVIER CUGAT AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Mercury PPS 2003 1961                2:54
                        PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Philips SBBL 615 1961                3:17
                        THE LIVING STRINGS Conducted by HILL BOWEN RCA Camden CAS 637 1960              2:55
                                                                   Columbia SCX 3402 1961
                        MANUEL AND THE MUSIC OF THE MOUNTAINS ('Manuel' is GEOFF LOVE)                  2:54
                        CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY   MGM SE 3916 1961                     2:44
                        REG OWEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LPM 1908 1959                    2:49
                                                                   Paxton PR 681 1957
                        DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA ('Paul Franklin' on disc label)           2:06
                                                                   Chappell C 699 1961
                        TELECAST ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANGELA MORLEY ('Walter Stott' on disc label)    3:09
                        THE WESTWAY STUDIO ORCHESTRA               Southern MQ 506 1960                 2:38
                        FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV 45-POP 852 1961                  2:13
                        FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            HMV 45-POP 852 1961                  2:22
                        CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Columbia DB 3167 1952                3:02
                        STEVE RACE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Parlophone 45-R 4840 1961            2:19
                                                                   Top Rank
                        THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS Conducted by PHILIP GREENInternational JAR 532 1961   2:21
                        STRING ENSEMBLE Conducted by ROBERT FARNON Chappell C 707 1961                  2:49
                                                                     KING PALMER
                        THE WESTWAY STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted bySouthern MQ 519 1961                   2:57
                                                                   De Wolfe DW 2676 1961
                        HILVERSUM RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGO DE GROOT                            1:58
                        THE BOSWORTH ORCHESTRA                     Bosworth BCV 1353 1961               2:49
                        DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM SE 3748 1959                     3:57
                                                                   Chappell
                        ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 696 1961                         2:36
                        WERNER MÜLLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Polydor BM 6021 1956                 2:27
                        HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Ariola 71231 1959                    2:51
                        GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Pye NPL 28003 1958                   2:28
                        HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA          Ariola 32721 1958                    2:17
                        FRANCK POURCEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Capitol T 10229 1960                 3:08
                        HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS     Polydor 20742 1957                   2:45
                        EMILE NOBLOT AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Odéon SOE 3181 1956                  2:38
                        EGON KJERRMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca SDE 7134 1958                  2:33
                        EGON KJERRMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Decca SDE 7134 1958                  3:56
                        TEDDY PETERSEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Polydor 20394 EPH 1958               2:59
                        GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA             Pye NPL 28003 1958                   3:16
                                               HMV 7 EGS 182 1960
AKE JELVING AND HIS ORCHESTRA, solo violin SIXTEN STROMVALL                       4:05
EGON KJERRMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca SDE 7134 1958                3:30
TEDDY PETERSEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Polydor 20394 EPH 1958             2:34
AKE JELVING AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV 7 EGS 182 1960                 2:27
                                               Charles Brull/Harmonic CBL328 1952 2:06
TONI LEUTWILER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as ‘The Harmonic Strings')
AKE JELVING AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV 7 EGS 182 1960                 3:24
EMILE DELTOUR AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Oriole CB 1353 1957                3:07
                                               Paxton PR
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS METROPOLE ORCHESTRA 526 1952                          2:33
CEDRIC DUMONT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Polydor 45 073 LPH 1955            2:31
ANDRÉ POPP AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Columbia WL 130 1958               2:51
ORCHESTRA MASCOTTE                             Parlophone R 2691 1939             2:43
BARNABAS VON GECZY AND HIS ORCHESTRA HMV B 8833 1938                              3:11
                                               Odéon
FREDERICK HIPPMANN AND HIS KÜNSTLER ORCHESTRA26392 1930                           2:31
MAREK WEBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  HMV C 2810 1936                    4:08
OTTO DOBRINDT AND HIS PIANO SYMPHONISTS Odeon O 31166 1937                        2:45
CLEBANOFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Mercury PPS 6019 1961              2:17
FREDERICK FENNELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury CMS 18050 1961             2:40
HELMUT ZACHARIAS AND HIS MAGIC VIOLINS         Polydor 24113B 1960                2:21
ROGER WILLIAMS, HIS PIANO AND ORCHESTRA London SAH-R6035 1959                     3:23
                                               Top Rank 39/668 1960
CYRIL STAPLETON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as ‘Malcolm Peters')                           2:40
GROUP-FORTY ORCHESTRA                          KPM Music KPM 034 1960             2:16
PETE KING AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Warner Bros W 1294 1959            3:01
MUSIC BY CAMARATA                              Brunswick O5011 1951               2:52
                                               Boosey & Hawkes O 2350 1959
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN (‘Nat Nyll' on disc label) 2:59
HANS GEORG ARLT AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Ariola 71231 1959                  2:20
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   MGM SE 4155 1961                   2:20
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY       MGM SE 3946 1961                   2:34
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury SR 60103 1959              3:21
                                               Mercury AMS 16037 1960
EASTMAN-ROCHESTER 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL                 2:52
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA           Columbia DB 2882 1951              2:30
                                               Everest SDBR Concert Orchestra Conducted by Derek Boulton')
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits ‘Everest 1018 1958              3:06
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA       Capitol ST 10190 1959              2:41
LES BAXTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Capitol T 655 1955                 2:51
XAVIER CUGAT AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LSP 2173 1959                  2:49
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia 4-39944 1953              3:12
TONY OSBORNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 HMV 45-POP 483 1958                2:22
                                               Conroy
THE LIGHT SYMPHONIA Conducted by ROBERTO CAPELLI BM 292 1961                      2:29
PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia CS 8050 1958              2:50
                                                Orchestra' on disc
BRUCE CAMPBELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA (‘CoronetMGM E 3167 1955 label)                  2:59
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA     Columbia DB 3493 1954              2:56
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY       MGM SE 3843 1960                   3:20
FREDERICK FENNELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA            Mercury CMS 18050 1961             2:45
CLEBANOFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Mercury PPS 6019 1961              2:15
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Decca SKL 4135 1961                2:41
RON GOODWIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Parlophone PCS 3019 1961           2:31
                                               HMV CSD
THE SINFONIA OF LONDON Conducted by DOUGLAS GAMLEY1333 1961                       6:18
JACK SHAINDLIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Brunswick STA 3055 1961            3:32
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   MGM SE 4155 1961                   2:20
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 RCA LSC 2559 1961                  3:34
                                               RCA
THE LIVING STRINGS Conducted by JOHNNY DOUGLAS SF 5072 1960                       2:02
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Mercury SML 30022 1961             2:10
                                               Mercury SR 90144 1960
EASTMAN-ROCHESTER POPS ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL                   2:22
                                               HMV CSD 1407
FERRANTE AND TEICHER at two pianos, with Orchestra and Chorus 1961                3:03
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Columbia CS 8360 1961              3:26
                                               RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE LSP 2412 1961                        2:49
                                               RCA Camden CAS 661 1961
THE LIVING STRINGS Conducted by WILLIAM HILL BOWEN                                3:00
                                              Columbia SCX 3299
RUSS CONWAY, Piano, with MICHAEL COLLINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1960                  3:55
                                              HMV CSD 1294 horn
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring NEILL SANDERS,1960                     2:44
BILLY VAUGHN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                DOT DLP 25349 1960                 2:26
WAL-BERG AND HIS ORCHESTRA                    Barclay BB 42 1960                 6:57
ERIC JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Westminster WPS 103 1961           5:47
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA               MGM SE 3804 1960                   3:23
                                              Verve MG VS-6012 1958
THE CONRAD SALINGER ORCHESTRA Conducted by BUDDY BREGMAN                         2:51
                                               Stott')
ANGELA MORLEY AND HER ORCHESTRA (as 'WallyPhilips SBBL 501 1958                  2:28
DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  MGM SE 3895 1961                   3:59
CYRIL ORNADEL AND THE STARLIGHT SYMPHONY      MGM SE 3817 1960                   4:49
FREDERICK FENNELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Mercury CMS 18050 1961             3:25
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca SKL 4067 1959                3:59
                                              Everest SDBR Concert Orchestra Conducted by Derek Boulton')
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (LP label credits 'Everest 1018 1958             2:10
MANTOVANI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                   Decca SKL 4002 1958                2:47
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8038 1957              3:26
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca SKL 4057 1958                3:07
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA Victor LSC-2552 1961           4:34
ROBERT FARNON AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Decca LF 1123 1953                 2:54
FRANK CORDELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               HMV CSD 1251 1958                  3:20
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA LSP 1890 1959                  3:27
                                              GORDON JENKINS,
GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA, featuringDecca DL 8077 1954 piano              3:00
RAY MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                  Polydor 46076 LPHM 1958            2:05
                                              RCA Camden 657 1961
THE LIVING STRINGS Conducted by WILLIAM HILL BOWEN                               3:21
                                              RCA
THE LIVING STRINGS Conducted by JOHNNY DOUGLAS Camden 639 1960                   3:34
                                              MGM E 3478 1957
AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH STRINGS Conducted by LAURIE JOHNSON               2:05
                                              HMV MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE DLP 1083 1955                       3:49
NELSON RIDDLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Capitol ST 1571 1961               2:57
RON GOODWIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Parlophone PCS 3019 1961           2:30
CHARLES WILLIAMS AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA    Columbia DB 3271 1953              2:49
DAVID CARROLL AND HIS ORCHESTRA               Mercury PPS 6002 1960              4:37
SIDNEY TORCH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Parlophone R 3488 1952             3:03
MORTON GOULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA                RCA Victor LSC-2552 1961           3:39
FRANK CHACKSFIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA           Decca F 10315 1954                 2:34
RAY MARTIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA          Columbia 45-DB 3895 1957           2:39
                                              Boosey & Hawkes O 'Nat 1957        2:26
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN (as2290 Nyll' on disc label)
THE WAYFARERS                                 Decca 45-F 11370 1961              2:08
                                              Boosey & Hawkes OT2340 1959
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN (as 'Nat Nyll')           4:20
RON GOODWIN AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Parlophone 45-R 4537 1959                  2:56
                                              ANDERSEN
THE SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CURTCharles Brull/Harmonic CBL 438 1959 3:01
                                              Mercury AMS16037 1960
EASTMAN-ROCHESTER 'POPS' ORCHESTRA Conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL                2:57
                                              Chappell C 509 1955                3:07
DANISH STATE RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON (as 'Melodi Light Orchestra Conducted by Ole Jensen' on disc label)
                                              RCA MELACHRINO
THE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORGE SF 5063 1960                        3:00
                                              Chappell C 338
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1948                      2:45
RONALD BINGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Decca F 10410 1954                 2:37
PERCY FAITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA                 Columbia CS 8360 1961              3:51
                                              Chappell WILLIAMS
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES C 286 1946                     2:43
                                              De Wolfe DW 2678
HILVERSUM RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by HUGH GRANVILLE 1961                       2:41
GÉRARD CALVI AND HIS ORCHESTRA                Pye NPL 28003 1958                 3:44
RICHARD HAYMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA              Mercury SR60103 1959               3:15
                                              Chappell C 652 1959
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT FARNON                          2:47
                                              Paxton PR 679
DOLF VAN DER LINDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA (as 'Paul Franklin') 1957                  2:50
                                              Chappell
ROGER ROGER AND HIS CHAMPS ELYSEES ORCHESTRA C 517 1955                          2:46
                                              Chappell C 377
QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIDNEY TORCH 1950                      2:58
                                              Boosey & Hawkes O 2306 1957
NEW CONCERT ORCHESTRA Conducted by CEDRIC DUMONT                                 2:53
                                              Capitol by 8347 SLATKIN
HOLLYWOOD BOWL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted SPFELIX1956                          4:59

				
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