The Golden Age of Light Music: The Composer Conducts, Vol. 2

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/13/2011
  • Label: Guild
  • UPC: 795754517828
  • Catalog Number: 5178

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Arthur Bliss Conductor
Eric Coates Conductor
Albert W. Ketèlbey Piano, Conductor
London Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Sidney Torch Conductor
George Melachrino Conductor
Hubert Bath Conductor
Robert Farnon Conductor
Don Gillis Conductor
Alfred Newman Conductor
Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra Performing Ensemble
London Promenade Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Philip Green Conductor
Peter Yorke Conductor
Leighton Lucas Conductor
Montague Ewing Piano, Conductor
New Symphony Orchestra of London Performing Ensemble
Queen's Hall Light Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Ivor Novello Conductor
Arthur Wood Conductor
Frederic Curzon Conductor
Albert Ketèlbey Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Charles Ancliffe Conductor
Charles Ancliffe Orchestra Performing Ensemble
New Concert Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Arthur Sandford Piano
Alfred Newman Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Neapolitan Novelty Band Ensemble
Peter Yorke & His Concert Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Hubert Clifford Conductor
Leighton Lucas and His Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Walter Collins Conductor
Melodi Light Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Harriet Cohen Piano
Pinewood Studio Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Arthur Wood Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Technical Credits
Arthur Bliss Composer
Eric Coates Composer
Albert W. Ketèlbey Composer
Sidney Torch Composer
George Melachrino Composer
Hubert Bath Composer
Robert Farnon Composer
Don Gillis Composer
Alfred Newman Composer
Philip Green Composer
Peter Yorke Composer
Leighton Lucas Composer
Montague Ewing Composer
David Ades Liner Notes
Ivor Novello Composer
Arthur Wood Composer
Alan Bunting Remastering
Frederic Curzon Composer
Charles Ancliffe Composer
Hubert Clifford Composer
Melachrino Strings String Ensemble
Walter Collins Composer
Terence Cuneo Cover Painting
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