Let Me Awake - Al Goodman And His Orchestra, Sigmund Romberg - Selections From Blossom Time (Shellac, Album)


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  1. Al Goodman And His Orchestra A: Drinking Song B: Deep In My Heart Dear (Part 2) RCA Victor USA: 7" 1: Al Goodman And His Orchestra A: Student's March Song B: Deep In My Heart Dear - Part 1: RCA Victor USA: 7" 0: Al Goodman And His Orchestra A: Overture To The Desert Song B: One Alone: RCA Victor USA:
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  3. Aug 15,  · Sigmund Romberg was a prolific composer of the early 20th century whose romantic operettas touched the hearts of many. He is best known for The Student Prince () and other favorites including Blossom Time (), The Desert Song (), and The New Moon (). He also wrote music for motion pictures and conducted orchestral arrangements of his .
  4. Al Goodman (August 12, in Nikopol, Ukraine – January 10, in New York City, New York) was a conductor, songwriter, stage composer, musical director, arranger, and pianist.. Graduate of the Baltimore City College and the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, musician in a nickelodeon, and chorus boy in one of the Milton Aborn's operettas, Goodman was first .
  5. Recorded at The Lotus Club, New York City Auto-coupled release, Record 1 has sides (A-J), Record 2 has sides (B-I) etc. B-J From the musical production "Blossom Time" Music adapted from melodies of Franz Schubert and Heinrich Berté by Sigmund Romburg.3/5(1).
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  7. When Fred Allen took over Texaco Star Theater in , Al and his Orchestra took over the musical duties, Fred and Al remained together for the rest of Allen's radio hosting career. Al's pet project during the Forties was The Prudential Family Hour, bringing popular and light classical music as well as show tunes to the masses.
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  9. Das Dreimäderlhaus (House of the Three Girls), adapted into English-language versions as Blossom Time and Lilac Time, is a Viennese pastiche operetta with music by Franz Schubert, rearranged by Heinrich Berté (–), and a libretto by Alfred Maria Willner and Heinz Reichert [].The work gives a fictionalized account of Schubert's romantic life, and the story was .

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