A1 They Call The Wind Maria A2 Thank Heaven For Little Girls A3 I Could Have Danced All Night A4 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face A5 Waltz At Maxim's B1 I Talk To The Trees B2 Wouldn't It Be Loverly B3 On The Street Where You Live B4 Gigi. B5 The Night They Invented Champagne. Composed By – Lerner & Loewe.
I am sure the Stradivari Strings was a house band. Not sure why you would connotate a percussion album with a string band, but this is what Pirouette chose to do. From what I can tell, this came out sometime in the early ’60’s. Overall, I felt the album was a pretty good interpretation of the duo’s work. On a personal level, I could have used more songs that I like, but to counterpoint, it probably made for a better album by highlighting lesser known songs
The Stradivari Strings - Ping Pong Percussion of Lerner & Loewe (1961). CD-covers abstract & minimal. Minimalistic Album Covers. Speed Of Sound Coldplay Sound Free Lp Vinyl Vinyl Cover Lp Cover Cover Art Piano Sheet Music Minimalist Book Minimalist Poster. Minimalistic Album Covers - Coldplay "Speed of Sound. Album Cover Design Vintage Records Music Albums Musical Percussion Joseph Albers Vinyl Cover Lp Cover Cover Art. Project Thirty-Three: Persuasive Percussion Vol. 3 (Command, 1960).
Complete your Rodgers & Hammerstein By Stradivari Strings collection.
Ping Pong Percussion, then, may be more of a concept than an actual performing group. Igor managed to secure quite a collection of recordings relating to this theme at what he claims was an estate sale - hopefully no mayhem was involved. This album, actually entitled Jerome Kern, would make for a kind of jarring seduction. Frankly, it is downright weird. It seems possible that this production was actually a pastiche, perhaps a combination of Ping Pong Percussion outtakes or even microphone-testing snippets combined with a recording of strings from a completely different source. The idea that someone would think such a thing is advisable, let alone commercial, is tantalizing.
Lerner and Loewe refers to the partnership between lyricist and librettist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe. Spanning three decades from 1942 to 1960 and again from 1970 to 1972, the pair are known for being behind the creation of critical on stage successes such as; My Fair Lady, Brigadoon, and Camelot along with the musical film Gigi. Growing up in Austria, Frederick or "Fritz" Loewe was a child prodigy concert pianist and son to a Viennese Operetta star, Edmond Loewe
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Aizel. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Столешников пе. 10/3.
|A1||They Call The Wind Maria|
|A2||Thank Heaven For Little Girls|
|A3||I Could Have Danced All Night|
|A4||I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face|
|A5||Waltz At Maxim's|
|B1||I Talk To The Trees|
|B2||Wouldn't It Be Loverly|
|B3||On The Street Where You Live|
|B5||The Night They Invented Champagne|
- Composed By – Lerner & Loewe
|S-33||Stradivari Strings||Ping Pong Percussion: Lerner & Loewe (LP)||Spin-O-Rama||S-33||US||1962|
|2505||Magic Violins||The Many Sides Of Lerner And Loewe (LP)||Magic Violins||2505||US||Unknown|
|L1687||Russ Williams Orchestra||A Tribute to Lerner & Loewe (LP, Album)||Tops Records||L1687||US||Unknown|
|9687S||Russ Williams Orchestra||A Tribute To Lerner And Lowe (LP, Yel)||Mayfair Records||9687S||Unknown|