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Donegal Cradle Song - The Squadronaires - Contrasts In Jazz (Shellac)

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9 thoughts on “ Donegal Cradle Song - The Squadronaires - Contrasts In Jazz (Shellac) ”

  1. Kajizragore says:
    Listen to Donegal Cradle Song on Spotify. The Squadronaires · Song · Music Duration: 2 min.
  2. Gromi says:
    The Squadronaires: Donegal Cradle Song: Rate: Notes Originally released on 78 with the same catalogue number in February Comments and Reviews Add a Comment or Review about this item. See Also. The Squadronaires - Wolf On The Prowl / Mudhopper - Decca - UK () Next by Artist.
  3. Gazshura says:
    In the Hep record label brought out a swinging collection of jazz recordings made during the years by the Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra, more commonly known as the saytradguetawaggbar.donbewoncuginarepticonnatiders.coed largely of skilled professional players who performed regular military service during the day and spent their evenings boosting morale with top-notch musical entertainment, this 8/
  4. Zukree says:
    The Squadronaires biography page and CD listing for Hep Jazz Records. The Squadronaires. Awaiting updated biography and photo. In the meantime, you may like to peruse the Wikipedia page for The Squadronaires. THE SQUADRONAIRES RAF Dance Band.
  5. Aragal says:
    Jun 18,  · british big band ~ the squadronairs (r.a.f. dance orchestra) ~ sentimental me ~
  6. Mikasida says:
    The Squadronaires jazz band play 'Riot in Rio', Essex. Description. M/S of band member of the Squadronaires fast asleep on a coach. The commentators says that the coach has broken down in Essex near the Great North Road. M/S of Bill the driver by illuminated by the head lights of the coach.
  7. Fekinos says:
    The Squadronaires became a household name, with tunes like "There's Something in the Air" and "South Rampart". Besides playing at dances and concerts for servicemen and women, the Squadronaires broadcast on the BBC and recorded on the Decca label. Of the first orchestra's first broadcasts in January , one critic in the Melody Maker was to.
  8. Dut says:
    The Squadronaires is a Royal Air Force band which began and performed in Britain during and after World War official title of the band was 'The Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra', but it was always known by the more popular title "The Squadronaires".
  9. Mazulabar says:
    13 Other Donegal singers incorporate a number of rapid grace notes into the melody of a song, although none employs the elaborate melismatic ornamentation of the Connemara style, which tends to alter the melodic structure of a song and to render the lyrics less intelligible. Several Donegal singers commented to me that, unlike Connemara singers.

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