These two standard-length selections were coupled on one inch V-Disc side. The remaining three numbers ran over four minutes each, taking advantage of the increased running time of the larger discs.
This most popular of V-Discs was reissued in October ! Arranged by Sgt. It was then and remains now a fresh, exciting jazz masterwork. LOUIS was recorded. In fact, this V-Disc of ST, Star Dust - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band- Jazz Tribune No. 15 (Vinyl). All reissues of the tune have been sourced from this sole rendition some cut down to standard three-minute length by omitting the trumpet and tenor solos.
Previously, only those with access to the original V-Disc were familiar with Star Dust - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band- Jazz Tribune No. 15 (Vinyl). Many later single and LP reissues followed.
Arranger Ralph Wilkinson sets the violins insinuating themselves in, out, over and through the brass and saxes. Brief solos by Addison Collins French hornVince Carbone tenor and Bobby Nichols trumpet add variety, but the full band Star Dust - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band- Jazz Tribune No. 15 (Vinyl) on showcase here. The wide dynamic range Star Dust - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band- Jazz Tribune No.
15 (Vinyl) these ballads must have worn out many V-Discs when played on the primitive equipment of the era! This is a composite personnel, from which the recording units were drawn.
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15 (Vinyl). BBC News. Miller began studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder, but he left to work as a musician. From toMiller worked as a freelance musician, contributing his arrangements and trombone playing to the bands of Red Nichols, the Dorsey brothersBenny GoodmanRay Noble, and Smith Ballew. Miller disbanded his first orchestra in early and immediately assembled a new one.
With this group Miller discovered the sound that was to bring him lasting fame. His formula consisted of a clarinet playing the melody, doubled by a tenor saxophone playing an octave lower and other saxes in harmonic support. The new orchestra played ballrooms and casinos throughout the East, including several that hosted national radio broadcasts. Live appearances routinely broke attendance records.
In lateMiller got his own thrice-weekly radio show. The band was in constant demand for recording sessions, as well as movies Sun Valley Serenade in and Orchestra Wives in Miller was a perfectionist, more interested in mass acceptance than critical praise, and less concerned with how close his music came to a jazz ideal than with how well it connected with the listener.
His hit songs define the swing era itself for many listeners, and they are among the best-loved songs of the period.
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