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Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops Orchestra play million-dollar memories [sound recording].

By: Fiedler, Arthur, 1894-1979 [prf].
Contributor(s): Boston Pops Orchestra.
Material type: materialTypeLabelMusicPublisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Reader's Digest Music, p1993Description: 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Orchestral music | Musicals -- Excerpts | Motion picture music -- Excerpts | Popular music -- 1991-2000 | WaltzesDDC classification: 781.64
Contents:
The Sound of Music medley -- Cabaret -- The surrey with the fringe on top -- Tonight -- Deep in my heart, dear -- Slaughter on Tenth Avenue -- Love is a many-splendored thing -- Moonglow and theme from Picnic -- Theme from The Apartment (Jealous lover) -- The song from Moulin Rouge (Where is your heart?) -- High Noon -- Love theme from Elvira Madigan (Mozart's piano concerto no. 21 in C: Andante) -- Theme from Exodus -- Star dust -- Clair de lune -- Sweet and lovely -- Blue moon -- Yours is my heart alone -- All the things you are -- Tenderly -- When you wish upon a star -- Tennessee waltz -- On the beautiful blue Danube -- The sleeping Beauty waltz -- Danube waves -- The yellow rose of Texas -- The stars and stripes forever -- The national emblem.
George M. Cohan sing-along medley -- Shenandoah -- Hoedown from Rodeo -- Tumbling tumbleweeds -- Home on the range -- Country gentleman -- America sings medley -- Bugler's holiday -- Danny boy -- Solitude -- Satin doll -- April in Paris -- Pavane from American symphonette no. 2 -- Medley. The battle of New Orleans ; Sugarfoot rag -- Java -- Alabama jubilee -- On the trail -- Toreador song -- Serenade (Schubert) -- Ritual fire dance -- Concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor. First movement theme (Tchaikovsky) -- Barcarolle from The Tales of Hoffmann -- Rhapsody in blue -- Cole Porter medley -- The syncopated clock -- Fiddle faddle -- Jalousie -- William Tell overture. Finale (excerpt).
Boston Pops Orchestra ; Arthur Fiedler, conductor ; various guest soloists.
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Music arranged for orchestra.

Reader's Digest Music: RC7-145-1--RC7-145-4.

Program notes by Richard M. Sudhalter (47 p.) laid in container ; c1994.

Digitally remastered.

Composers, soloists, and times listed on container.

Compact disc.

The Sound of Music medley -- Cabaret -- The surrey with the fringe on top -- Tonight -- Deep in my heart, dear -- Slaughter on Tenth Avenue -- Love is a many-splendored thing -- Moonglow and theme from Picnic -- Theme from The Apartment (Jealous lover) -- The song from Moulin Rouge (Where is your heart?) -- High Noon -- Love theme from Elvira Madigan (Mozart's piano concerto no. 21 in C: Andante) -- Theme from Exodus -- Star dust -- Clair de lune -- Sweet and lovely -- Blue moon -- Yours is my heart alone -- All the things you are -- Tenderly -- When you wish upon a star -- Tennessee waltz -- On the beautiful blue Danube -- The sleeping Beauty waltz -- Danube waves -- The yellow rose of Texas -- The stars and stripes forever -- The national emblem.

George M. Cohan sing-along medley -- Shenandoah -- Hoedown from Rodeo -- Tumbling tumbleweeds -- Home on the range -- Country gentleman -- America sings medley -- Bugler's holiday -- Danny boy -- Solitude -- Satin doll -- April in Paris -- Pavane from American symphonette no. 2 -- Medley. The battle of New Orleans ; Sugarfoot rag -- Java -- Alabama jubilee -- On the trail -- Toreador song -- Serenade (Schubert) -- Ritual fire dance -- Concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor. First movement theme (Tchaikovsky) -- Barcarolle from The Tales of Hoffmann -- Rhapsody in blue -- Cole Porter medley -- The syncopated clock -- Fiddle faddle -- Jalousie -- William Tell overture. Finale (excerpt).

Boston Pops Orchestra ; Arthur Fiedler, conductor ; various guest soloists.

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