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Percy Faith And His Orchestra - The Columbia Album Of George Gershwin, Vol. 1 album download
Performer: Percy Faith And His Orchestra
Title: The Columbia Album Of George Gershwin, Vol. 1
Released: 1958
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3 FLAC VOX VQF FLAC RA MP3 DXD WMA
FLAC size: 1135 mb | MP3 size: 1594 mb | WMA size: 1604 mb
Genre: Jazz

Columbia "360" High Fidelity Recording. Adaptation and condensation of parts of David Ewen's definitive biography of George Gershwin, "A Journey To Greatness". Matrix, Runout (A Side Label): x"LP" 41023. Matrix, Runout (B Side Label): x"LP" 41024.

The Columbia Album of George Gershwin, Vol. 1. Leaving On A Jet Plane. Percy Faith & His Orchestra A Summer Place Percy Faith. They Can't Take That Away From Me Percy Faith. Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil) Percy Faith.

Columbia Album of George Gershwin collects 12 tracks recorded by easy listening arranger Percy Faith. Included in this album are such Gershwin standards as "Embraceable You," "Summertime," "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)," and "Fascinating Rhythm. This collection is a good bargain for the budget-conscious. Fascinating Rhythm. George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin. Percy Faith & His Orchestra. George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

The Essential Percy Faith - The Christmas Recordings. The Essential Percy Faith - The Instrumental Recordings. More Percy Faith & His Orchestra. Listen to The Columbia Album of Victor Herbert, Vol. 1 (Original Album 1958) now. 1 (Original Album 1958) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Artists Percy Faith The Columbia Album of George Gershwin. The Columbia Album of George Gershwin Percy Faith. The Columbia Album of George Gershwin. This album has an average beat per minute of 101 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Columbia Album of George Gershwin.

Faith became a staple of American popular music in the 1950s and continued well into the 1960s. Though his professional orchestra-leading career began at the height of the swing era, Faith refined and rethought orchestration techniques, including use of large string sections, to soften and fill out the brass-dominated popular music of the 1940s. Faith was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. He was the oldest of eight children. His parents, Abraham Faith and Minnie née Rottenberg, were Jewish. He played violin and piano as a child, and played in theatres and at Massey Hall

Faith became a staple of American popular music in the 1950s and continued well into the 1960s Contents. Adventure in the Sun (1957). The Columbia Album of George Gershwin (1957). Viva: The Music of Mexico (1957). The CBS Album of Victor Herbert (2 record set, 1958).