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9/7/13

The Philharmonia Orchestra plays Rhapsody In Blue and others!




It has been too long my followers! Sorry for the long wait (this blog is more of a side project). 
So I present a complete album (not digitally remastered like I usually do). I am going to be brief here, as the description of the video on YouTube is going to answer all your quest you may have about this album. 
I personally invite you to check out my YouTube channel, it has a lot more regular programming and  it has more content than you can shake a stick at. See you on YouTube!
Enjoy!

5 comments:

  1. Hi, Gilmarvinyl

    Congrats for your site!

    Let's see. I got a MUSICAL MISTERY I'd like to solve. These two scenes https://vimeo.com/72481704 & https://vimeo.com/72481705 are from 1st storie of Julien Duvivier's 1942 film 'Tales of Manhattan'.

    Besides Spanish voices, the melody listened behind was put by same Spanish dubbing studio instead of Sol Kaplan's original score -a common practice in those days when voices & music were in the same track.

    This piano with strings song clearly belongs to the lounge/easy listening style. The questions are: What song is about? Who's performing? And, but not least, who's the composer?

    I''ll be very thankful if you (or anyone among the specialists in this musical field you might know) could give any clue.

    Best regards from Spain,

    Alberto

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    1. Honestly, my best guess would be a studio orchestra that recorded for this Spanish dubbing company. Or off the self track that they already had. The sound is so generic that I really can't tell you anything specific.

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  2. Thanks! I like the videos presented as "sides" or "total LP" moreso than individual tracks! Keep up the great work.

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  3. Hi, Nice post thanks for sharing. Would you please consider adding a guest post from me on your site? Please email me back.

    Thanks!

    Madison
    maddie0147 at gmail.com

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