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National Singers & Orchestra - Selections From Oklahoma


1My Heart Stood Still
2People Will Say We're In Love
3That's For Me
4Some Enchanted Evening
5Sing For Your Supper
6Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
7My Heart Is Waiting
8Surrey With The Fringe On Top
9Out Of My Dreams
10This Can't Be Love
11I Can't Say No
13Waiting For You
14Waiting Afire


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
50114National Singers & Orchestra Oklahoma ‎(LP)Halo50114US1957
50114National Singers & Orchestra Selections From Oklahoma (And Other Standard Hits) ‎(LP)Halo50114US1957
50114National Singers & Orchestra Selections From Oklahoma (And Other Standard Hits) ‎(LP)Halo50114US1957
50114National Singers & Orchestra Selections From Oklahoma And Other Standard Hits ‎(LP)Halo50114USUnknown


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  • Photography By [Color Photo - Courtesy Of]Union Pacific Railroad


Rear cover and side B label variant.


An album that features selections from the musical of Oklahoma and other Broadway shows. A rather loyal subscriber Barry I. Graumen told me this album featuring selections from Carousel and other selections Typical of the Halo Showtune albums, the album plays up the contents of the album's has had a long tradition of Gospel music. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and Steal Away To Jesus, standard Gospel tunes, were written by Wallis Willis, a former slave in the old Choctaw Nation of southeastern Oklahoma. The Jubilee Singers then popularized the songs during a tour of the United States and Europe. Albert E. Brumley, a Spiro, Oklahoma native, wrote a number of Gospel classics that have become a standard in Gospel singer's repertoires. The Al Good Orchestra, also from Oklahoma City, began playing in the Oklahoma area in the 1940s and continue to play after Al Good's death in 2003. Bandleader Ada Leonard was born in Lawton. Other IDs from the record include: Album No. DA-378 L 3493 4 sides-3 L 3494 4 sides-2 4 sides-4 4 sides-1 L 3492 L 3491. Related Music Beta question-dark. 78 selections-from-oklahoma-part-1 the-philharmonic-orchestra-of-los-angeles-alfred gbia0020185a 02 2. 3 CT download. 78 selections-from-oklahoma-part-1 the-philharmonic-orchestra-of-los-angeles-alfred gbia0020185a 03 2. 8 CT download. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей National Singers & Orchestra. Listen free to Various Artists Oklahoma Selections Overture, Oh What A Beautiful Mornin' and more. 16 tracks 50:26. Oklahoma Selections. Play album. Get album. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning . Genre: Stage & Screen Album: Selections From Oklahoma And Other Standard Hits Country: US Released: 1954 Style: Musical MP3 version RAR size: 1149 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1603 mb WMA version RAR size: 1948 mb Rating: 4. 5 Votes: 937 Other Formats: AC3 AAC FLAC XM VOC AA APE. A1 Oklahoma A2 People Will Say We're In Love A3 I Can't Say No A4 Out Of My Dreams A5 Waiting For You A6 Waiting Afire A7 My Heart Is Waiting B1 Hora Staccato B2 Torna A Surriento B3 Norwegian Dance No. 2 B4 Frere-Jacques-Alouette B5 Pomp. And Circumstance B6 Barcarolle B7 Humoresque. Barcode and. Gustav Mahler. National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Andante Moderato. Dreams of Flying. Rob Teehan. Le Sacre du printemps The Rite of Spring. L'Adoration de la terre The Adoration of the Earth. Igor Stravinsky. Watch now National Singers & Orchestra's video clip of album Selections From Oklahoma And Other Standard Hits. See also releases of National Singers & Orchestra: Click to release cover to see details: Distres. The page does not contains any audio, text, video media material, protected by copyright law and does not contains any illegal MP3 content. Overture Orchestra. Oklahoma was presented nightly except Sundays each summer at the Discoveryland amphitheater, an outdoor theatre in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, from 1977 until 2011. In 1993, Mary Rodgers daughter of Richard Rodgers and William Hammerstein son of Oscar Hammerstein II designated Discoveryland the National Home of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma. Most of the songs from Oklahoma were released on a record album by Decca Records in 1943 containing six 10-inch double-sided discs in 78 RPM format. It was the first U. cast album featuring the original Broadway cast of a musical

National Singers & Orchestra - Selections From Oklahoma
Performer: National Singers & Orchestra
Genre: TV
Title: Selections From Oklahoma
Country: US
Released: 1957
Style: Musical
MP3 album: 1177 mb
FLAC album: 1704 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 000
Source: Vinyl, LP
№ Cat: 50114
Label: Halo