Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Christmas In July 2019-Part 17

Good morning, welcome back.  It's nice to have you.  Don't forget to leave me a comment so I know you stopped by.  While you're here, I've got ten more tracks for you to download and sample.  See what you like.

1. The Roger Wagner Chorale And Orchestra Conducted By Roger Wagner-Toyland from Victor Herbert On Stage (Capitol T1707, Mono, 1962).  Should have held out for a stereo copy, but I'm sure I was excited to spot it.

2. Paillard-Bells And Organ-Ave Maria from Music Box Hymnal-Beloved, Sacred And Inspirational Songs (Harmony (Columbia) KH 32551, Stereo, 1973). Getting back into the songs from music boxes.

3. Jonah Jones-The Bells Of St. Mary's from Jazz Bonus (Capitol ST1773, Stereo, 1962).  Just found this one last Saturday, not sure I'd ever seen it before.  Pretty nice.

4. The Saint Andrew Singers-Fum, Fum, Fum from Ring And Sing-A Festival Of Music (Dharma GFL 1077 (Morristown, New Jersey), Stereo).  One of my favorite Christmas songs when I was little.  We had it on a budget Christmas album and it seemed to leave a large impression on me.  Not sure why.  It's the sort of song you didn't hear anywhere else, so I must have thought it was special.  I seem to remember it was called On December 5 and 20, but it was the came melody. Note that this is The Saint Andrew Singers.  I think I've shared this in the past as The Saint Andrews Singers, like the sisters, but that was wrong.

5. Bob McGrath With The Jimmy Joyce Singers-I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) from Bob McGrath Sings For All The Boys And Girls (Disneyland 1357, Stereo, 1974).  I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but Bob McGrath actually released some actual Christmas music in Japan before his Sesame Street days.  Never heard it, but if someone were to have a copy that they'd like to share, I'd sure love to.

6. Jean Martinon Conducting The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra-Les Patineurs-Pas De Deux from Le Cid-Ballet Music/Les Patineurs (The Skaters)-Ballet (London CS 6058, Stereo, 1958).  Another piece to this side-long ballet.

7. Vaughn Monroe doing yet another version of his wintery classic Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, this one from The Best Of Vaughn Monroe (MCA Collectibles MCA-1559, Stereo, 1983).  It's a reissue of his Dot label remake from the early sixties.  He probably recorded this song three or four times, if not more.

8. Unknown Artist-Mary's Lullaby from Hal Leonard Presents Choral Spectrum 1990-Senior Edition (Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation 2xLP HLP-60, Stereo, 1990).  Today's demo recording installment.  I honestly think I have enough of these to do one a share for the whole month.  Thanks for not complaining too loudly about them.

9. The Richard Wolfe Children's Chorus-The Match Girl from Hans Christian Andersen (RCA Camden CAS-1117, Stereo, 1970).  Not sure if this song is anywhere as sweet as the depressing story, but here it is.  I'll take what I can get.

10. Ferrante & Teicher-Mother Goose Suite (Ma Mère l'Oye): Laideronnette Impératrice Des Pagodes from The Artistry Of Ferrante & Teicher (ABC-Paramount ABCS-454, Technically Augmented Stereo).  Another installment of this multi-part suite.

And that's ten.  Get it while it's hot!  Here's the download link.  See you soon!


Badgercat said...

It seems that the days are so full and jam packed that I've forgotten my manners to thank you for your hard work with these shares, Ernie. I appreciate this every single summer and makes me smile. Thanks again!

Der Bingle said...

I'm so far behind! Gotta get to downloading :-) Thanks for everything Ernie!

Ernie said...

Thanks, fellas. I was torn between putting a million shares in a single download, or more downloads with fewer songs each. I figured it would be easier to do more posts, so here I am, tied tightly to my computer for the month. :) Enjoy!