The Resource Only yesterday : recordings the world will always remember, (sound recording)

Only yesterday : recordings the world will always remember, (sound recording)

Label
Only yesterday : recordings the world will always remember
Title
Only yesterday
Title remainder
recordings the world will always remember
Contributor
Composer
Conductor
Performer
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
CaOONL
Date time place
Previously released material
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1913-2007
  • 1927-1990
  • 1907-1986
  • 1911-1949
  • 1924-1977
  • 1917-1994
  • 1912-2001
  • 1922-2019
  • 1916-1983
  • 1909-1986
  • 1920-2002
  • 1899-1974
  • 1915-2001
  • 1910-2004
  • 1925-1999
  • 1915-1998
  • 1910-1987
  • 1917-1990
  • 1927-1999
  • 1907-1998
  • 1892-1964
  • 1868-1939
  • 1886-1950
  • 1903-1977
  • 1908-1971
  • 1891-1943
  • 1880-1946
  • 1904-1963
  • 1899-1981
  • 1893-1980
  • 1894-1937
  • 1903-1993
  • 1901-1971
  • 1913-1996
  • 1901-1967
  • 1910-1992
  • 1904-1991
  • 1903-2001
  • 1910-1963
  • 1884-1962
  • 1890-1970
  • 1909-1951
  • 1902-1966
  • 1919-1987
  • 1915-1963
  • 1929-
  • 1906-1988
  • 1884-1966
  • 1900-1972
  • 1900-1941
  • 1898-1976
  • 1901-1980
  • 1873-1921
  • 1884-1945
  • 1893-1987
  • 1898-1937
  • 1854-1932
  • 1923-1977
  • 1913-1975
  • 1875-1962
  • 1897-1993
  • 1819-1880
  • 1810-1849
  • 1836-1891
  • 1813-1901
  • 1813-1901
  • 1685-1750
  • 1898-1937
  • 1854-1932
  • 1813-1901
  • 1858-1924
  • 1875-1962
  • 1862-1918
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Laine, Frankie
  • Ray, Johnnie
  • Smith, Kate
  • Clark, Buddy
  • Miller, Mitch
  • Paul, Les
  • Ford, Mary
  • Shore, Dinah
  • Clooney, Rosemary
  • Brown, Les
  • Day, Doris
  • James, Harry
  • Goodman, Benny
  • Lee, Peggy
  • Ellington, Duke
  • Hibbler, Al
  • Thornhill, Claude
  • Warren, Fran
  • Shaw, Artie
  • Tormé, Mel
  • Sinatra, Frank
  • Kyser, Kay
  • Simms, Ginny
  • Babbitt, Harry
  • Kaye, Sammy
  • Tucker, Orrin
  • Baker, Bonnie
  • Mitchell, Guy
  • Autry, Gene
  • Cantor, Eddie
  • Godfrey, Arthur E.
  • Bleyer, Archie
  • Jolson, Al
  • Crosby, Bing
  • Hayton, Lennie
  • Bernie, Ben
  • Fields, W. C.
  • Bailey, Pearl
  • Powell, Dick
  • Dietrich, Marlene
  • Carmichael, Hoagy
  • Durante, Jimmy
  • Smith, Bessie
  • Astaire, Fred
  • Abravanel, Maurice
  • Horne, Lena
  • Armstrong, Louis
  • Gould, Morton
  • Eddy, Nelson
  • Kirsten, Dorothy
  • Arnaud, Leo
  • Carle, Frankie
  • Templeton, Alec
  • Marlowe, Mary
  • Spitalny, Phil
  • Evelyn
  • Duchin, Eddy
  • Gardner, Freddy
  • Yorke, Peter
  • Liberace
  • Piaf, Edith
  • Powell, Jane
  • Dragon, Carmen
  • Ross, Lanny
  • Merman, Ethel
  • West, Mae
  • Tucker, Sophie
  • Austin, Gene
  • Morgan, Helen
  • Pons, Lily
  • Kostelanetz, Andre
  • Caruso, Enrico
  • McCormack, John
  • Segovia, Andrés
  • Gershwin, George
  • Sousa, John Philip
  • Callas, Maria
  • Tucker, Richard
  • Kreisler, Fritz
  • Anderson, Marian
  • Offenbach, Jacques
  • Chopin, Frédéric
  • Delibes, Léo
  • Verdi, Giuseppe
  • Verdi, Giuseppe
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
  • Gershwin, George
  • Sousa, John Philip
  • Verdi, Giuseppe
  • Puccini, Giacomo
  • Kreisler, Fritz
  • Debussy, Claude
  • New York Philharmonic
  • Mills Brothers
  • Kaydets (Musical group)
  • Mel-Tones
  • Artie Shaw Orchestra
  • Claude Thornhill Orchestra
  • Duke Ellington Orchestra
  • Benny Goodman Orchestra
  • Harry James Orchestra
  • Les Brown Orchestra
  • Ink Spots (Musical group)
  • Four Lads
Label
Only yesterday : recordings the world will always remember, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Columbia Musical Treasuries: DS 668--DS 674 (on container: P7S 5470)
  • Popular, classical, jazz and opera
  • "This collection has been electronically re-recorded to simulate stereo"--Container
  • In manual sequence; in one container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mule Train (Frankie Laine) -- Walking my baby back home (Johnny Ray) -- When the moon comes over the mountain (Kate Smith) -- Peg o' my heart (Buddy Clark) -- Yellow rose of Texas (Mitch Miller) -- No not much (The Four Lads) -- Good-night Irene (Les Paul and Mary Ford) -- We three (The Ink Spots) -- Shoo-fly pie (Dinah Shore) -- Come on-a my house (Rosemary Clooney) -- Till the end of time (Les Brown & his Orchestra, vocal by Doris Day) -- You made me love you (Harry James & his Orchestra) -- Why don't you do right (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra, vocal by Peggy Lee) -- Don't get around much any more (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra, vocal by Al Hibbler) -- A sunday kind of love (Claude Thronhill & his Orchestra, vocal by Fran Warren) -- What is this thing called love (Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Mel Torme & The Meltones) -- Ciribiribin (Harry James & his Orchestra, vocal by Frank Sinatra) -- Ferryboat serenade (Kay Kyser & his Orchestra, vocal by Ginny Sims, Harry Babbitt, Jack & Max) -- Melody of Love (Sammy Kaye & his Orchestra, vocal by The Kaydets) -- Billy (Orrin Tucker, vocal by Wee Bonnie Baker) -- Singing the blues (Guy Mitchell) -- I found a new baby (The Mills Brothers) -- Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Gene Autry) -- If you knew suzie (Eddie Cantor) -- Too fat polka (Arthur Godfrey Orchestra under the direction of Archi Bleyer) -- Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody (Al Jolson) -- Temptation (Bing Crosby with Leenie Hayton & his Orchestra) -- A little bit of heaven (Kate Smith) -- Let's put out the lights (Ben Bernie) -- Comedy skit (W.C. Fields)
  • Tired (Pearl Bailey) -- Lullaby of Broadway (Dick Powell) -- Too old to cut the mustard (Marlene Dietrich, Rosemary Clooney) -- Hong Kong blues (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Inka dinka doo (Jimmy Durante) -- Gimme a pigfoot (Bessie Smith) -- A foggy day (Fred Astaire) -- Dinah (Danny Kaye Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Maurice Abravanel) -- Frankie and Johnny (Lena Horne) -- When it's sleepy time down south (Louis Armstrong) -- Serenade in the night (Morton Gould) -- Indian love call (Nelson Eddy, Dorothy Kirsten, The Howard Chandler Chorus with orchestra conducted by Leon Arnaud) -- Barcarolle (from "Tales of Hoffman") (Frankie Carle) -- A pretty girl is like a melody (Alec Templeton) -- Varitions on "I got rhythm" (Morton Gould) -- One night of love (Marian Marlowe & Fred Parker with Archie Bleyer and his Orchestra) -- The last rose of summer (Phil Spitalny with Evelyn and her Magic Violin) -- Chopin nocturne in E-flat ; Time on my hands (Eddie Duchin) -- These foolish things (Freddie Gardner sax solo with Peter Yorke & the Concert Orchestra) -- Warsaw Concert (Liberace) -- Hymn to love (Edith Piaf) -- Sweethearts (Jane Powell with Orchestra conducted by Carmen Dragon) -- Do I worry (The Ink Spots) -- Stay as sweet as you are (Lanny Ross) -- I get a kick out of you (Ethel Merman) -- A guy what takes his time (form the Paramount picture "She Done Him Wrong") (Mae West) -- Did you ever see a dream walking? (Bing Crosby) -- Aggravatin' papa (Sophie Tucker) -- Easter Parade (from "As Thousands Cheer") (Gene Austin) -- Can't help lovin' that man (Helen Morgan) -- Bell Song (from "Lakme") (Lilly Pons) -- La donna e mobile (from "Rigoletto") (Enrico Caruso) -- Celeste Aida (from "Aida") (John McCormack) -- Gavotte en rondo (from "Partita No.3 in E") / [Bach] (Andres Segovia) -- Rhapsody in Blue (excerpt) -- Starts and stripes forever -- Amami Alfredo (from "La Traviata") (Maria Callas) -- E lucevan le stelle (from "Tosca") (Richard Tucker) -- Liebesfreud (Fritz Kreisler) -- Air de lia (from "L'Enfant Prodigue") (Marian Anderson)
Control code
82177436
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
7 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • P7S 5470
  • DS 668--DS 674
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)82177436
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Only yesterday : recordings the world will always remember, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Columbia Musical Treasuries: DS 668--DS 674 (on container: P7S 5470)
  • Popular, classical, jazz and opera
  • "This collection has been electronically re-recorded to simulate stereo"--Container
  • In manual sequence; in one container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mule Train (Frankie Laine) -- Walking my baby back home (Johnny Ray) -- When the moon comes over the mountain (Kate Smith) -- Peg o' my heart (Buddy Clark) -- Yellow rose of Texas (Mitch Miller) -- No not much (The Four Lads) -- Good-night Irene (Les Paul and Mary Ford) -- We three (The Ink Spots) -- Shoo-fly pie (Dinah Shore) -- Come on-a my house (Rosemary Clooney) -- Till the end of time (Les Brown & his Orchestra, vocal by Doris Day) -- You made me love you (Harry James & his Orchestra) -- Why don't you do right (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra, vocal by Peggy Lee) -- Don't get around much any more (Duke Ellington & his Orchestra, vocal by Al Hibbler) -- A sunday kind of love (Claude Thronhill & his Orchestra, vocal by Fran Warren) -- What is this thing called love (Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Mel Torme & The Meltones) -- Ciribiribin (Harry James & his Orchestra, vocal by Frank Sinatra) -- Ferryboat serenade (Kay Kyser & his Orchestra, vocal by Ginny Sims, Harry Babbitt, Jack & Max) -- Melody of Love (Sammy Kaye & his Orchestra, vocal by The Kaydets) -- Billy (Orrin Tucker, vocal by Wee Bonnie Baker) -- Singing the blues (Guy Mitchell) -- I found a new baby (The Mills Brothers) -- Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Gene Autry) -- If you knew suzie (Eddie Cantor) -- Too fat polka (Arthur Godfrey Orchestra under the direction of Archi Bleyer) -- Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody (Al Jolson) -- Temptation (Bing Crosby with Leenie Hayton & his Orchestra) -- A little bit of heaven (Kate Smith) -- Let's put out the lights (Ben Bernie) -- Comedy skit (W.C. Fields)
  • Tired (Pearl Bailey) -- Lullaby of Broadway (Dick Powell) -- Too old to cut the mustard (Marlene Dietrich, Rosemary Clooney) -- Hong Kong blues (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Inka dinka doo (Jimmy Durante) -- Gimme a pigfoot (Bessie Smith) -- A foggy day (Fred Astaire) -- Dinah (Danny Kaye Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Maurice Abravanel) -- Frankie and Johnny (Lena Horne) -- When it's sleepy time down south (Louis Armstrong) -- Serenade in the night (Morton Gould) -- Indian love call (Nelson Eddy, Dorothy Kirsten, The Howard Chandler Chorus with orchestra conducted by Leon Arnaud) -- Barcarolle (from "Tales of Hoffman") (Frankie Carle) -- A pretty girl is like a melody (Alec Templeton) -- Varitions on "I got rhythm" (Morton Gould) -- One night of love (Marian Marlowe & Fred Parker with Archie Bleyer and his Orchestra) -- The last rose of summer (Phil Spitalny with Evelyn and her Magic Violin) -- Chopin nocturne in E-flat ; Time on my hands (Eddie Duchin) -- These foolish things (Freddie Gardner sax solo with Peter Yorke & the Concert Orchestra) -- Warsaw Concert (Liberace) -- Hymn to love (Edith Piaf) -- Sweethearts (Jane Powell with Orchestra conducted by Carmen Dragon) -- Do I worry (The Ink Spots) -- Stay as sweet as you are (Lanny Ross) -- I get a kick out of you (Ethel Merman) -- A guy what takes his time (form the Paramount picture "She Done Him Wrong") (Mae West) -- Did you ever see a dream walking? (Bing Crosby) -- Aggravatin' papa (Sophie Tucker) -- Easter Parade (from "As Thousands Cheer") (Gene Austin) -- Can't help lovin' that man (Helen Morgan) -- Bell Song (from "Lakme") (Lilly Pons) -- La donna e mobile (from "Rigoletto") (Enrico Caruso) -- Celeste Aida (from "Aida") (John McCormack) -- Gavotte en rondo (from "Partita No.3 in E") / [Bach] (Andres Segovia) -- Rhapsody in Blue (excerpt) -- Starts and stripes forever -- Amami Alfredo (from "La Traviata") (Maria Callas) -- E lucevan le stelle (from "Tosca") (Richard Tucker) -- Liebesfreud (Fritz Kreisler) -- Air de lia (from "L'Enfant Prodigue") (Marian Anderson)
Control code
82177436
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
7 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • P7S 5470
  • DS 668--DS 674
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)82177436
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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