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  1. Kimuro

    Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - by Doc Murph's Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Usage Attribution Topics 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings, Paul Whiteman, , Jazz, Fox Trot. The Victor Talking Machine Company began using the Western Electric Hi Fidelity Sound System commercially in early Paul Whiteman, Victor's premier popular.
  2. Morisar

    Aug 08,  · In the 's, Hazel worked with many bands including those led by Abbie Brunies (the Halfway House Orchestra), Tony Parenti (with whom he recorded in ) and Johnny Wiggs. He led his own Bienville Roof Orchestra in and then spent time in New York playing with Johnny Wiggs, Jack Pettis and with his own group ().
  3. Mocage

    I gave you up just before you threw me down: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: Victor: B in. 12/28/ Without you: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: Victor: BVE in. 1/11/ Parade of the wooden soldiers: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: Victor: B in. 12/28/ Parade of the.
  4. Mutaxe

    Mar 14,  · While Whiteman very quickly decided he was not up to writing the arrangements for his orchestra--his goofy version of Dance of the Hours would seem to support his judgement--he did give us this fascinating take on India. What gives it its punch is the thumping tonic-note ostinato.
  5. Shalkis

    Actually, his orchestra was the most popular during the era and at times (despite its size) it did play very good jazz; perhaps "King of the Jazz Age" would have been a better title. Originally a classically trained violinist, Paul Whiteman led a large Navy band during World War I and always had a strong interest in the popular music of the day.
  6. Gozilkree

    Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, George Olsen And His Orchestra: Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, George Olsen And His Orchestra - I've Got The Girl / Why Do Ya Roll Those Eyes ‎ (Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice: B UK: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  7. Mikakus

    George Olsen and his Music was a jazz and popular music band formed by George Olsen when he was a drum major at University of Michigan. The band was a prolific Victor recording artist, and their reputation went far beyond Portland, where the band was founded.
  8. Dulrajas

    This collection features the Paul Whiteman Orchestra before and after Paul's concert in "An Experiment in Modern Music" representing some very fine acoustically recorded performances. The Whiteman Orchestra even with the limits of the recording systems of the time sounded fuller than other bands, and the orchestrations are rich.

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