10er CD Box George Gershwin

10er CD Box George Gershwin

Kurzübersicht

George Gershwin komponierte sowohl Stücke für den Broadway als auch klassische Konzerte.


Viele seiner Werke erlangten auch über Amerika hinaus große Popularität.


Teilweise wurden seine Kompositionen als Filmmusik verwendet, andere gelten als „Jazz-Standards“.


Dieses 10 CD Set enthält unter anderem I Got Rhythm - Liza - Blue Monday - An American In Paris

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1. Variations on "Fascinating Rhythm"; Variations on "Liza"

2. Second Prelude

3. Interview

4. I Got Rhythm

5. Signature

6. Of Thee I Sing: Overture

7. The Man I Love

8. I Got Rhythm

9. Commercial

10. Swanee; Sign-Off

11. Signature

12. Mine

13. Variations on "I Got Rhythm"

14. Love Is Sweeping The Country

15. Commercial

16. Wintergreen for President; Sign-Off

17. Introduction; Summertime - Vocals by Abbie Mitchell

18. A Woman Is A Sometime Thing - Vocals by Edward Matthews

19. Act I, Scene 1: Finale

20. My Man's Gone Now - Vocals by Ruby Elzy

21. Bess, You Are My Woman Now - Vocals by Todd Duncan and Anne Brown
all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 2

George Gershwin: Instrumental works for the concert hall
all songs written and performed by George Gershwin
1. Rhapsody In Blue

2. Prelude #1

3. Prelude #2

4. Prelude #3

5. Andante from Rhapsody In Blue

6. An American In Paris

7. Second Rhapsody Rehearsal Performance

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 3

Gershwin on Screen I: "Girl Crazy" & "Rhapsody In Blue"

1. You’ve Got What Gets Me · Eddie Quillan, Dixie Lee, Mitzi Green and The RKO Studio Orchestra

2. Fascinating Rhythm · Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, piano solo by Mickey Rooney

3. Embraceable You · Judy Garland, Ralph Blane, Henry Kruze, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

4. Boy! What Love Has Done To Me (Extended Version) · Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

5. Treat Me Rough (Extended Version) · June Allyson, Mickey Rooney, The Music Maids, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

6. I Got Rhythm · Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra,

Six Hits and a Miss, The Music Maids, Hal Hopper, Trudy Erwin, Bobbie Canvin

7. Could You Use Me? · Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney

8. Ouverture Medley: Swanee, Somebody loves Me, Fascinating Rhythm, Embraceable You, Oh Lady, Be Good, The man I love, I Got Rhythm, Liza, Rhapsody in Blue, Strike up the Band - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra

9. Swanee · Al Jolson

10. 135th Street Blues (Blue Monday) · John B. Hughes, The Warner Bros. Studio Chorus

11. Summertime (Extended Version) · Anne Brown

12. Delishious (Extended Version) · Sally Sweetland for Joan Leslie

13. Third Prelude (Outtake) · Oscar Levant

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 4

Gershwin On Screen II: "Shall We Dance", "Damsel In Distress" a. o.

1. Shall We Dance (Ouverture) · Orchestra

2. Slap That Bass · Fred Astaire, Chorus

3. (I’ve Got) Beginner’s Luck · Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted

by Nathaniel Shilkret

4. They All Laughed (With Extendend Chorus) · Ginger Rogers

5. Let’s Call The Hole Thing Off · Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire

6. They Can’t Take That Away From Me · Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

7. Promenade (Walking The Dog) · The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret

8. Shall We Dance (Final) · Fred Astaire

9. I Can’t Be Bothered Now · Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

10. A Foggy Day · Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

11. Nice Work If You Can Get It · Fred Astaire, Jan Duggen, Mary Dean, Pearl Amator

12. Things Are Looking Up · Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted

by Victor Baravelle

13. I Was Doing All Right · Ella Logan

14. Love Walked In (Outtake) · Virginia Verrill for Andrea Leeds, Jon Hall

and The Samuel Goldwyn Studio Orchestra conducted by Edward Powell

15. Oh! Lady, Be Good · Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 5 Gershwin On Screen III: "Strike Up The Band", "Broadway Rhythm", "Ziegfeld Follies" and "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim"

1. Strike Up The Band · Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Six Hits And A Miss,

The M-G-M Studio Chorus & Orchestra conducted by Georgie Stoll

2. Somebody Loves Me · Lene Horne and The M-G-M Studio Orchestra

3. The Babbitt And The Bromide · Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly

4. Liza (All The Clouds’ll Roll Away) · Avon Long & The M-G-M Studio Chorus

5. Opening Music / Sweet Packard · Vocal Chorus

6. Changing My Tune · Betty Grable

7. Stand Up And Fight · Chorus

8. Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did · Betty Grable, Dick Haymes

9. Changing My Tune (Reprise) · Betty Grable

10. Back Bay Polka (But Not In Boston) · Betty Grable, Allyn Joslyn, Charles Kemper

11. One, Two, Three · Dick Haymes, Chorus

Waltzing Is Better Sitting Down · Dick Haymes

Waltz Me No Waltzes · Betty Grable

12. For You, For Me, For Evermore · Dick Haymes, Betty Grable

13. For You, For Me, For Evermore (Reprise) · Dick Haymes

14. Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did (Finale) · Betty Grable, Dick Haymes

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 6 Gershwin: Early Recordings of the 20's · Broadwayshows and Musicals

1. Somebody Loves Me · The Columbians Dance Orchestra

2. I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise · Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra

3. Nashville Nightingale · Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians

4. I Won’t Say I Will (But I Won’t Say I Won’t) · Irene Bordoni

5. Boy Wanted · Heather Thatcher

6. Song Of The Flame · Tessa Kosta

7. Clap 'Yo Hands · Roger Wolfe Kahn And His Orchestra

8. Do, Do, Do · Gertrude Lawrence, accompanied by Tom Waring on piano

9. Someone To Watch Over Me · Gertrude Lawrence

10. Fascinating Rhythm · Cliff Edwards, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

11. Oh! Lady, Be Good! · Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

12. Funny Face · Adele and Fred Astaire

13. That Certain Feeling · Percival Mackey And His Band

14. Looking For A Boy · Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra

15. Sweet And Low-Down · Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

16. The Man I Love · Fred Rich And His Hotel Astor Orchestra, vocals by Vaughn de Leath

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 7 Gershwin: the later broadway-musicals

1. My One And Only · Johnny Johnson And His Statler Pennsylvanians,

vocals by Charles Murray, Sam Browne, Bob Treaster

2. ‘S Wonderful · Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra

3. Oh Gee! · Oh Joy! - Ben Selvin And His Orchestra

4. Liza · Leo Reisman and His Orchestra

5. Soon · Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra

6. I Got Rhythm · Ethel Waters

7. Bidin’ My Time · The Blue Jeans

8. Sam And Delilah · Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra featuring Chick Bullock

9 My Cousin In Milwaukee · Lyda Roberti

10 Let 'Em Eat Cake · Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

11 Overture from Of Thee I Sing · NBC Radio Orchestra

12 Who Cares? · Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra

13 The Buzzard Song · Lawrence Tibbett

14 I Got Plenty O’Nuttin’ · Todd Duncan

15 The Man I Love · Lena Horne

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 8 Gershwin: Great Songs Presented By Great Stars


1. Somebody Loves Me - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

2. I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise - Johnny Williams and His Swing Sextet

3. Summertime - Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra

4. ‘S Wonderful - Benny Goodman Quartet

5. Liza - The Nat King Cole Trio

6. Who Cares? - Fred Astaire

7. But Not For Me - Harry James And His Orchestra featuring Helen Forrest

8. Embraceable You - Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra

9. But Not For Me - Judy Garland accompanied by Ivan Ditmars on piano

10. Mine - Bing Crosby and Judy Garland

11. Aren’t Ya Kinda Glad We Did? - Vaughn Monroe and Betty Norton

12. The Man I Love - Billie Holiday

13. Someone To Watch Over Me - Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra

14. Embraceable You - Charlie Parker Quintet

all songs written by George Gershwin

CD 9 Gershwin in Jazz

1. Love Walked In (Gershwin – Gershwin) Chet Baker

2. Love Is Here To Stay (Gershwin – Gershwin) Ben Webster

3. I Can't Get Started (Gershwin – Duke) Lester Young

4. But Not For Me (Gershwin – Gershwin) Sonny Rollins

5. The Man I Love (Gershwin – Gershwin) Django Reinhardt

6. A Froggy Day (G. & I. Gershwin Mel Tormé

7. I Got Rhythm (I. Gershwin – G- Gershwin) Oscar Peterson

8. Lady Be Good (G. & I. Gershwin) Zoot Sims

9. Nice Work If You Can Get It (Gershwin - Gershwin) Buddy Rich

10. Love Walked In (G. & I. Gershwin) Dave Brubeck

11. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (G. & I. Gershwin) Sarah Vaughan

12. Maybe (G. & I. Gershwin) Bing Crosby

13. Liza (All The Clouds 'll Roll A Way) (Kahn-Gershwin-Gershwin) Fletcher Henderson

14. How Long Has This Been Going On (Gershwin – Gershwin) Jay Jay Johnson

15. Jenny (Gershwin – Weill) Mildred Bailey

16. My One And Only (G. &. I. Gershwin) Ella Fitzgerald

17. Fascinating Rhythm (G. & I. Gershwin) Stan Kenton

18. Swanee (Gershwin – Caesar) Judy Garland

CD 10

Blue Monday – A One Act Jazz Opera - Williams Haskin – Bazemore Washington – Tussel Thomas

Ochestra dell Svizzera Italiana – Marc Andreae

Francois- Joel Thiollier

1. Blue Monday (Gershwin – DeSylva) Orchestra della Svizzeria Italiana

2. Looking For A Boy (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

3. Sweet And Lowdown (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

4. Maybe (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

5. Clap Yo’ Hands (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

6. My One And Only (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

7. `S Wonderful / Funny Face (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

8. Someone To Watch Over Me (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

9. That Certain Feeling (Gershwin) Francois-Joel Thiollier – Piano

10. Delishious (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

11. Dream Sequence (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

12. Somebody From Somewhere (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

13. Katinkitschken (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

14. Blah, Blah, Blah (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

15. New York Rhapsody: Explanation Of The Scene Original Soundtrack

16. New York Rhapsody (Gershwin) Original Soundtrack

CD 1
Gershwin plays Gershwin - Rare Recordings 1932-35

all songs written and performed by George Gershwin

1. Variations on "Fascinating Rhythm"; Variations on "Liza"

Recorded from Rudy Vallée "Fleischmann Hour" Radio Program, November 10th, 1932;

2. Second Prelude

3. Interview

4. I Got Rhythm

Recorded from "Music by Gershwin" Radio Program, February 19th, 1934;

5. Signature

6. Of Thee I Sing: Overture

7. The Man I Love

8. I Got Rhythm

9. Commercial

10. Swanee; Sign-Off

Recorded from "Music by Gershwin" Radio Program, April 30th, 1934,

New York; all songs written and performed by George Gershwin

11. Signature

12. Mine

13. Variations on "I Got Rhythm"

14. Love Is Sweeping The Country

15. Commercial

16. Wintergreen for President; Sign-Off

Recorded from Porgy and Bess Rehearsal Performance, July 19th

17. Introduction; Summertime - Vocals by Abbie Mitchell

18. A Woman Is A Sometime Thing - Vocals by Edward Matthews

19. Act I, Scene 1: Finale

20. My Man's Gone Now - Vocals by Ruby Elzy

21. Bess, You Are My Woman Now - Vocals by Todd Duncan and Anne Brown

CD 2
George Gershwin: Instrumental works for the concert hall

all songs written and performed by George Gershwin

1. Rhapsody In Blue

Recorded 4/21/27 in New York

George Gershwin with Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra

2. Prelude #1

Recorded 6/8/28 in London

George Gershwin

3. Prelude #2

Recorded 6/8/28 in London

George Gershwin

4. Prelude #3

Recorded 6/8/28 in London

George Gershwin

5. Andante from Rhapsody In Blue

Recorded 6/8/28 in London

George Gershwin

6. An American In Paris

Recorded 2/4/29 in New York

Victor Symphony Orchestra

7. Second Rhapsody Rehearsal Performance

Recorded 6/26/31

Orchestra conducted by George Gershwin

CD 3

Gershwin on Screen I: "Girl Crazy" & "Rhapsody In Blue"
All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except noted

Music from the film Girl Crazy (RKO, 1932)

1. You’ve Got What Gets Me - Recorded in 1932

Eddie Quillan, Dixie Lee, Mitzi Green and The RKO Studio Orchestra

Music from the film Girl Crazy (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1943)

2. Fascinating Rhythm - Recorded 1/12/1943

Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, piano solo by Mickey Rooney

3. Embraceable You - Recorded 4/15/1943

Judy Garland, Ralph Blane, Henry Kruze, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

4. Boy! What Love Has Done To Me (Extended Version) - Recorded 12/23/1942

Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

5. Treat Me Rough (Extended Version) - Recorded 12/26/1942 and 1/4/1943

June Allyson, Mickey Rooney, The Music Maids, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra

6. I Got Rhythm - Recorded 12/29/1942, 1/2/1943 and 2/2/1943

Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, Six Hits and a Miss, The Music Maids, Hal Hopper, Trudy Erwin, Bobbie Canvin

7. Could You Use Me? - Recorded 4/11/1943 in Los Angeles

Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney

Music from the film Rhapsody In Blue (Warner Bros., 1943)

8. Ouverture

Medley: Swanee, Somebody loves Me, Fascinating Rhythm, Embraceable You, Oh Lady, Be Good, The man I love, I Got Rhythm, Liza,Rhapsody in Blue, Strike up the Band Recorded in june 1944 in Los Angeles

Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra

9. Swanee - Recorded between june and august 1943

Al Jolson

(lyrics by Irving Caesar)

10. 135th Street Blues (Blue Monday) - Recorded between june and august 1943

John B. Hughes and The Warner Bros. Studio Chorus (lyrics by B.G. ‘Buddy’ DeSylva)

11. Summertime (Extended Version) - Recorded between june and august 1943

Anne Brown

(lyrics by DuBose Heyward)

12. Delishious (Extended Version) - Recorded between june and august 1943

Sally Sweetland for Joan Leslie

13. Third Prelude (Outtake) - Recorded in 1943

Oscar Levant

CD 4
Gershwin On Screen II: "Shall We Dance", "Damsel In Distress" a. o.
All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Music from the film Shall we dance (RKO, 1937)

1. Shall We Dance (Ouverture) - Recorded in 1937

Orchestra

2. Slap That Bass - Recorded 3/21/1937

Fred Astaire, Chorus

3. (I’ve Got) Beginner’s Luck

Recorded 3/19/1937

Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret

4. They All Laughed (With Extendend Chorus) - Recorded in 1937

Ginger Rogers

5. Let’s Call The Hole Thing Off - Recorded 3/19/1937 in Hollywood

Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire

6. They Can’t Take That Away From Me - Recorded 8/25/48 in Los Angeles

Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

7. Promenade (Walking The Dog) - Recorded in 1937

The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret

8. Shall We Dance (Final) - Recorded in 1937

Fred Astaire

Music from the film A Damsel in Distress (RKO, 1937)

9. I Can’t Be Bothered Now - Recorded 10/17/1937

Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

10. A Foggy Day - Recorded in 1937

Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra

11. Nice Work If You Can Get It - Recorded in 1937

Fred Astaire, Jan Duggen, Mary Dean, Pearl Amatore

12. Things Are Looking Up (3:47) - Recorded 10/17/1937 in Los Angeles

Fred Astaire and The RKO Radio Orchestra conducted by Victor Baravelle

Music from the film The Goldwyn Follies (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1937)

13. I Was Doing All Right - Recorded 12/30/37 in Los Angeles

Ella Logan

14. Love Walked In (Outtake) - Recorded in 1938

Virginia Verrill for Andrea Leeds, Jon Hall and The Samuel Goldwyn Studio Orchestra conducted by Edward Powell Music from the film Artie Shaw' Symphony In Swing (Warner Bros., 1938)

15. Oh! Lady, Be Good - Recorded in 1938

Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

CD 5
Gershwin On Screen III: "Strike Up The Band", "Broadway Rhythm",

"Ziegfeld Follies" and "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim"


All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except noted

Music from the film Strike Up The Band (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1940)

1. Strike Up The Band - Recorded in 1940

Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Six Hits And A Miss, The M-G-M Studio Chorus & Orchestra

conducted by Georgie Stoll

Music from the film Broadway Rhythm (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1940)

2. Somebody Loves Me - Recorded in 1944

Lene Horne and The M-G-M Studio Orchestra - (lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Ballard MacDonald)

Music from the film Ziegfeld Follies of '46 (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1946)

3. The Babbitt And The Bromide - Recorded 5/12/1944

Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly

4. Liza (All The Clouds’ll Roll Away) - Recorded 5/17/1944

Avon Long & The M-G-M Studio Chorus

Music from the film The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1947)

5. Opening Music / Sweet Packard - Recorded in 1946

Vocal Chorus

6. Changing My Tune - Recorded in 1946

Betty Grable

7. Stand Up And Fight - Recorded in 1946

Chorus

8. Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did - Recorded in 1946

Betty Grable, Dick Haymes

9. Changing My Tune (Reprise) - Recorded in 1946

Betty Grable

10. Back Bay Polka (But Not In Boston) - Recorded in 1946

Betty Grable, Allyn Joslyn, Charles Kemper

11. One, Two, Three

Dick Haymes, Chorus

Waltzing Is Better Sitting Down - Dick Haymes

Waltz Me No Waltzes - Betty Grable - Recorded in 1946

12. For You, For Me, For Evermore - Recorded in 1946

Dick Haymes, Betty Grable

13. For You, For Me, For Evermore (Reprise) - Recorded in 1946

Dick Haymes

14. Aren’t You Kind Of Glad We Did (Finale) - Recorded in 1946

Betty Grable, Dick Haymes

CD 6

Gershwin: Early Records of the 20's - Broadwayshows and Musicals

All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except noted

Songs from the Musical George White's Scandals of 1922 (1922)

1. Somebody Loves Me - Recorded 10/7/1922

The Columbians Dance Orchestra - (lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Ballard MacDonald)

2. I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise - Recorded 9/1/1922

Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra - (lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Arthur Francis)

3. Nashville Nightingale

Song from the Musical Nifties of 1923 (1922) - Recorded 9/19/1924 in Camden NJ

Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians - (lyrics by Irving Caesar)

4. I Won’t Say I Will (But I Won’t Say I Won’t) Song from the Revue The French Doll (1923)

Recorded 11/5/1923 in New York - Irene Bordoni - (lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Arthur Francis)

5. Boy Wanted

Song from the Revue The Rainbow (1923) - Recorded 9/24/1924 in London - Heather Thatcher

6. Song Of The Flame

Song from the Musical Song Of The Flame (1926) - Recorded 3/26/26 in New York

Tessa Kosta - (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) - Songs from the Musical Oh, Kay! (1926)

7. Clap 'Yo Hands - Recorded 11/4/26

Roger Wolfe Kahn And His Orchestra

8. Do, Do, Do - Recorded 10/29/26 in Camden NJ

Gertrude Lawrence, accompanied by Tom Waring on piano

9. Someone To Watch Over Me - Recorded 10/29/26 in Camden NJ

Gertrude Lawrence - Songs from the Musical Lady, Be Good! (1924)

10. Fascinating Rhythm - Recorded 12/10/24 in New York

Cliff Edwards, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

11. Oh! Lady, Be Good !) - Recorded 12/29/1924

Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

12. Funny Face - Recorded 11/26/28 in London

Adele and Fred Astaire - Songs from the Musical Tip Toes (1926)

13. That Certain Feeling - Recorded 19/8/26

Percival Mackey And His Band

14 Looking For A Boy - Recorded 1/13/26 in New York

Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra

15 Sweet And Low-Down - Recorded 12/24/25 in New York

Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

16 The Man I Love

Song from the Musical Strike Up The Band (1927) - Recorded 10/12/27

Fred Rich And His Hotel Astor Orchestra, vocals by Vau de Leath

CD 7
Gershwin: The Later Broadway-Musicals
All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except noted

Songs from the Musical Funny Face (1927)

1. My One And Only - Recorded 12/2/27

Johnny Johnson And His Statler Pennsylvanians, vocals by Charles Murray, Sam Browne, Bob Treaster

2. ‘S Wonderful - Recorded 12/8/1927

Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra

3. Oh Gee! - Oh Joy!

Song from the Musical Strike Up The Band (1927) - Recorded 1/28/28

Ben Selvin And His Orchestra - (lyrics by Ira Gershwin and P.G. Wodehouse)

4. Liza

Song from the Musical Show Girl (1929) - Recorded 7/9/1929 in New York

Leo Reisman and His Orchestra - (lyrics by Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn)

5. Soon

Song from the Musical Strike Up The Band (1930) - Recorded 1/31/1930 in New York

Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra - Songs from the Musical Girl Crazy (1930)

6. I Got Rhythm - Recorded 11/18/1930 in New York

Ethel Waters

7. Bidin’ My Time - Recorded 12/15/1930 in New York

The Blue Jeans

8. Sam And Delilah - Recorded 1/16/1931 in New York

Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra featuring Chick Bullock

9. My Cousin In Milwaukee

Song from the Musical Pardon My English (1933) - Recorded 1/18/1933 in New York - Lyda Roberti

10. Let 'Em Eat Cake

Song from the Musical Let 'Em Eat Cake (1933) - Recorded 10/27/1933 in New York

Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Songs from the Musical Of Thee I Sing (1931)

11. Overture from Of Thee I Sing - Recorded 2/19/34 in New York

NBC Radio Orchestra

12. Who Cares? - Recorded 1/14/32 in New York

Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra - Songs from the Opera Porgy and Bess (1935)

13. The Buzzard Song - Recorded 10/23/35 in New York

Lawrence Tibbett - (lyrics by DuBose Heyward)

14. I Got Plenty O’Nuttin’ - Recorded 5/15/40 in New York

Todd Duncan - (lyrics by DuBose Heyward)

15. The Man I Love

Song from the Musical Strike Up The Band (1933) - Recorded 12/15/41 in Los Angeles

Lena Horne


CD 8

Gershwin: Great Songs Presented By Great Stars

All music written by George Gershwin; all lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except noted

1. Somebody Loves Me

Song from the musical George White's Scandals of 1924 (1936) - Recorded 11/5/1936 in New York

Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - (lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Ballard MacDonald)

2. I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise

Song from the musical George White's Scandals of 1922 (1937) - Recorded 6/15/1937 in New York

Johnny Williams and His Swing Sextet

3. Summertime

Song from the opera Porgy and Bess (1936) - Recorded 7/10/1936 in New York

Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra (lyrics by Dubose Heyward)

4. ‘S Wonderful - Song from the musical Funny Face (1938)

Recorded 10/12/1938 in Chicago-Benny Goodman Quartet

5. Liza - Song from the musical Show Girl (1938) - Recorded in november 1938 - transcription session

The Nat King Cole Trio: Nat King Cole (piano), Oscar Moore (guitar), Wesley Prince

6. Who Cares?

Song from the musical Of Thee I Sing (1938) - Recorded 5/9/1940 in Los Angeles

Fred Astaire - Songs from the Musical Girl Crazy (1941)

7. But Not For Me - Recorded 12/30/1941 in New York

Harry James And His Orchestra featuring Helen Forrest

8. Embraceable You - Recorded 9/26/1941 in New York

Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra featuring Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers

9. But Not For Me - Recorded in May 1943

Judy Garland accompanied by Ivan Ditmars on piano

10. Mine - Song from the musical Let 'Em Eat Cake (1944)

Recorded 7/31/1944 in Los Angeles - Bing Crosby and Judy Garland

11. Aren’t Ya Kinda Glad We Did?

Outtake from the film The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1946) - Recorded 5/3/1946 in New York

Vaughn Monroe and Betty Norton

12. The Man I Love

Song from the musical Strike Up The Band (1946) - Recorded 4/22/1946 in Los Angeles

Billie Holiday

13. Someone To Watch Over Me

Song from the musical Oh, Kay! (1926) - Recorded 3/28/1945 - Radio Broadcast

Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra

14. Embraceable You - Song from the musical Girl Crazy (1941) - Recorded 10/26/1947

Charlie Parker Quintet: Charlie Parker (alto sax), Miles Davis (trumpet), Duke Jordan (piano), Tommy Potter (bass), Max Roach (drums)

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