Beautiful Dreamer - Mantovani And His Orchestra - The American Scene (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Beautiful Dreamer - Mantovani And His Orchestra - The American Scene (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Grotilar says:
    Mantovani created such a lush and intense violin sound that critics believed it was the result of recording tricks - an assumption that Mantovani easily disproved with his numerous concerts. This album, TheAmerican Scene, demonstrates the whole spectrum of .
  2. Fenrilkree says:
    May 24,  · TRACKLIST White Christmas The Song From Moulin Rouge Limelight The Deserted Ballroom Beautiful Dreamer Gipsy Legend Luxembourg Polka Music Box Tango Ramona
  3. Shaktill says:
    The processing of folk songs for orchestra carries the risk of irrelevance, Mantovani, however, does not succumb to it, so fascinating is the 'Wall of Sound', which he would build with his orchestra." - AMG. This is London/Decca "Blue Back" 1st pressing with 1E/1E as part of the Matrix. The record is Mint-. The jacket is Exc. The LP plays.
  4. Arashishura says:
    Dec 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The World Of Mantovani Vol. 2: Beautiful Dreamer YouTube Mantovani ‎– The World Of Mantovani - - full vinyl album - .
  5. Nijar says:
    Mantovani And His Orchestra A: Dream, Dream, Dream B: Bewitched: London USA: 7" 0: Mantovani And His Orchestra A: June Night B: Little Swiss Waltz: London USA: 7" 0: Mantovani And His Orchestra A1: Jamaican Rumba A2: Royal Blue Waltz B1: Red Petticoats B2: Luxembourg Polka: London USA: BEP EP: 0.
  6. Danos says:
    This is one of Vocalion's latest re-issues of two original recordings made by Mantovani and his Orchestra in It pairs the folk songs of the "American Scene" composed by Stephen Foster and others, along with concert gems, all brilliantly arranged by Mantovani and his collaborator Cecil Milner.
  7. JoJogar says:
    Feb 17,  · Track 4, of 12, from the compilation album "The World Of Mantovani Vol. 2". I do not own the copyright to the recorded music on this site. The music has been posted here solely for listening.
  8. Goltilmaran says:
    Beautiful Dreamer dates from and Old Folks at Home from They were composed right at the start of the Gilded Age, but their fame spread quickly, and they remained in vogue for decades. Foster's self-declared aim was to 'build up taste among refined people by making words suitable to their taste, instead of the trashy and really /5(2).

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