dance orchestra

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Although I remember Edmundo Ros singing it, the only two listings I can find are The Squadronaires Dance Orchestra with Jimmy Miller (Decca F9067) and Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra with Ziggy Talent (HMV BD 6031)
[It] is a very effective arrangement for dance orchestra of the 'Grand galop chromatique' by Franz Liszt (which appeared in 1838).
Lauderdale and multilingual vocalist China Forbes, Pink Martini are somewhere between a 1930s Cuban dance orchestra, a classical chamber music ensemble, a Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir.
But as Prof Colls explains, he was a talented musician who also earned money by giving lessons and performing with a dance orchestra.
Robert Saint, <Bsecond left, with the Kensington Dance Orchestra
Over the years he has played across the area with various dierent groups and now performs with the New Horizons Dance Orchestra.
First there is Dan Donovan with his 1934 version of the "Radio Times" which he sang with Henry Hall and the (wait for it) BBC Dance Orchestra. It would be advertising if played, so they said!
The Youth Tap Ensemble and the Tap Dance Orchestra will rehearse there, as well.
With more than 300 guests, including people from companies such as Hammonds, Pertemps, King Sturge, Calthorpe Estates, Wragge & Co, UCE, Urban Splash and Midlands Expressway, and music from CBSO's own Berkley Street Dance Orchestra, the atmosphere was effervescent
In 1970 he was invited to become the lead singer of the dance orchestra Super Mande - a name his brother Lafia Diabate, also a well-known singer, now uses for his own Bamako based band who are the main musicians on Kasse's new album.
com Strictly Dance Orchestra Join Canadian vocalist John Labelle and his seven-piece Strictly Dance Orchestra, for an evening of non-stop Strictly Ballroom and Latin hits to dance the night away, 7.30pm.
In 1986 Don and Sylvia started a band which went on to become the Honley Dance Orchestra. They also played with Linthwaite Brass Band, Vintage Brass Band, Scapegoat Hill Brass Band and Golcar Liberal Club.
Plus, don't miss Paul Delplanque's Remember When page on a Tuesday and his blog dedicated entirely to nostalgic memories of Teesside at STRIKE UP THE BAND: Who remembers Alan Waller and his Dance Orchestra? This popular band played on a regular basis at Middlesbrough's Ladle Inn for a period of about ten years during the 1960s and 1970s.
Keen-eared listeners playing records from the early 1930s by the Bela Kun Dance Orchestra of Berlin will recognise the voice in songs like Irving Berlin's Always, as that of Richard Tauber, although he remains uncredited on the label.