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Art Landry And His Orchestra* - Sleepy Time Gal / What Could Be Sweeter Than You? (Shellac)


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9 Comments to Art Landry And His Orchestra* - Sleepy Time Gal / What Could Be Sweeter Than You? (Shellac)

  1. Goltigar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Sleepy Time Gal / What Could Be Sweeter Than You? on Discogs. Label: Victor - • Format: Shellac 10 Art Landry And His Orchestra* - Sleepy Time Gal / What Could Be Sweeter Than You?3/5(2).
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  3. Voodoozilkree says:
    Taking into account the strong influence of African-American jazz upon his work during the s, it is unfortunate that Art Landry has been posthumously eclipsed by Paul Whiteman and a handful of other more widely publicized, commercially successful bandleaders. Given Landry's near-absence from the digital reissue marketplace, Swing Time's sampler of his Victor recordings from 9/
  4. Toramar says:
    Sleepy Time Gal General note On covers: photographs of Ken Widenor, Herman Kenin and his orchestra, and Perry and Russell ("the Bamberger Boys"). Box Landry, Art .
  5. Gujas says:
    The word _____ is commonly used for a romantic art song with a German text. lied (pronounce leet) Berlioz’s reputation outside France was even lower than it was in his homeland. Outside France, Berlioz enjoyed a great career as a(n) Even though Smetana was deaf at the time, he composed a musical work depicting Bohemia’s main river.
  6. Tet says:
    understand his mother? When Sonny insists that "people ought to do what they want to do" and the narrator says that isn't always possible, what contrast between the brothers is revealed? Does the story suggest that one is more right than the other? What do the revival meeting on the street and the woman’s singing represent in the story?
  7. Faebei says:
    Instead of leaving the poor kid alone, the speaker asks him a question. He seems a bit concerned for the little guy, because he wants to know where his parents are. But he's also more than a little abrupt. He practically demands the kid tell him what's up ("Say!") The chimney sweeper says that his .
  8. Yozshuzilkree says:
    The orchestra in the romantic period-was basically the same as in the classical period.-was larger and more varied in tone color than the classical orchestra.-had a limited dynamic range due to the primitive nature of the brass instruments.-ranged from twenty to sixty players.
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