George Gershwin - Toscanini dirige Gershwin mp3 album
NBC Synphony Orchestra Conductor Arturo Toscanini Side A: Rapsodia in Blu (1924), Un Americano a Parigi (1928) Side B: Concerto in Fa per Pianoforte e Orchestra (1925).
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Oscar Peterson Plays the George Gershwin Songbook is a 1959 album by pianist Oscar Peterson of compositions written by George Gershwin. Peterson had recorded many of the pieces for his 1952 album Oscar Peterson Plays George Gershwin. It Ain't Necessarily So" – 2:48. The Man I Love" – 3:09. Love Walked In" – 2:49. I Was Doing All Right" – 2:50. Oh, Lady be Good!" – 3:02. Our Love is Here to Stay" – 2:59. They All Laughed" – 2:31
George Gershwin: George Gershwin, one of the most significant and popular American composers of all time. He wrote primarily for the Broadway musical theatre, but his orchestral and piano compositions were also important. His notable works included the composition Rhapsody in Blue and the opera Porgy and Bess. He also composed several songs for Hollywood films, such as Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off, They All Laughed, They Can’t Take That Away from Me, A Foggy Day, Nice Work if You Can Get It, Love Walked In, and Love Is Here to Stay. His lyricist for nearly all of these tunes was his older brother, Ira, whose glib, witty lyrics-often punctuated with slang, puns, and wordplay-received nearly as much acclaim as George’s compositions. Gershwin, Ira; Gershwin, GeorgeIra Gershwin (left) and George Gershwin, early 1930s. Everett Collection In. age fotostock.
George Gershwin plays Gershwin. Artists: Alexander Smallens. Lawrence Tibbett, Helen Jepson, Victor Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Smallens, George Gershwin. Orchestra from Live Broadcast of Rudy Vallee Show. Orchestra from Live Broadcast of Rudy Vallee Show, George Gershwin. Paul Whiteman And His Concert Orchestra. Victor Symphony Orchestra. Victor Symphony Orchestra, Nat Shilkret, George Gershwin.
George Gershwin, born in Brooklyn, New York on September 26, 1898, was the second son of Russian immigrants. As a boy, George was anything but studious, and it came as a wonderful surprise to his family that he had secretly been learning to play the piano. In 1914, Gershwin left high school to work as a Tin Pan Alley song plugger and within three years, When You Want ‘Em, You Can’t Get ‘Em; When You Have ‘Em, You Don’t Want ‘Em, was published.
|A1||–Earl Wild, Benny Goodman||RAPSODIA IN BLU||16:14|
|A2||–Earl Wild, Benny Goodman||UN AMERICANO A PARIGI||16:05|
|B1||–Oscar Levant||B1 ALLEGRO||12:30|
|B2||–Oscar Levant||B2 ADAGIO, ANDANTE CON MOTO||11:36|
|B3||–Oscar Levant||B3 ALLEGRO AGITATO||6:22|
NotesNBC Synphony Orchestra
Conductor Arturo Toscanini
Side A: Rapsodia in Blu , Un Americano a Parigi
Side B: Concerto in Fa per Pianoforte e Orchestra