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Fascinatin Rhythm - The Swingles* - Reflections (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Didal says:
    Fascinatin’ Rhythm! celebrates the musical heritage of America’s great composers and lyricists. Before Gershwin and Berlin, there was Jerome Kern, who is considered the father of modern American Musical Theatre. As composer of more than thirty stage and film musicals, Jerome Kern captured the sound and energy of 20th Century America in over.
  2. Garan says:
    André Previn André George Previn, KBE (born Andreas Ludwig Priwin; April 6, ) is a German-American pianist, conductor, and composer. He is considered one of the most versatile musicians in the world and is the winner of four Academy Awards for his film work and ten Grammy Awards for his recordings (and one .
  3. Ditilar says:
    The Paris-based Swingle Singers recorded regularly for Philips in the s and early s and the successor London-based group continued to record, for Columbia / CBS, Virgin Classics and other record labels from to the present.
  4. Dotaur says:
    By , both Simpson and Grant had left the group. The next album by the Swingle Singers was a live recording made at Ronnie Scott’s nightclub in London. The album was co-produced by Jon Miller (who had also produced “Reflections”) along with Canning and Rathbone. The album is a near disaster.
  5. Zulabar says:
    Fascinatin' Rhythm explores the history and themes of American popular music from Stephen Foster to Stephen Sondheim. These weekly "radio essays," illustrated by recordings, won the George Foster Peabody Award for letting "our treasury of popular tunes speak (and sing) for itself with sparkling commentary tracing the contributions of the composers and performers to American society.".
  6. Tazshura says:
    Overture to the Marriage of Figaro All the Things You Are Oh Johnny! Come Live With Me Round Midnight Fascinatin' Rhythm Flight of the Bumble-Bee Organ Fugue (B W V. ) Bist Du Bei Mir Just One of Those Things I'll Darlin' It's All Right With Me London by Night Country Dances.
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  8. Fauzuru says:
    Adele and Fred Astaire singing "Fascinating Rhythm" accompanied by George Gershwin on piano., April, (This recording made by English Columbia during the London run of Lady, Be Good! and later collected by the Smithsonian in as a history of the early recording history of the show. Some of these recordings available from Amazon.). George, renaissance man that he was, did not restrict.

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