Blue Velvet" is a popular song written and composed in 1950 by Bernie Wayne and Lee Morris.
The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, sometimes also known as the Victor Symphony Orchestra, RCA Victor Salon Orchestra, the RCA Victor Orchestra and the RCA Orchestra, was an American studio orchestra founded in 1940 by the RCA Victor record label for the purposes of making recordings. Originally established in the 1920s as a salon orchestra based at Victor's headquarters in Camden, New Jersey, the group was created by longtime Victor staff conductor and arranger Nathaniel Shilkret
Mantovani, Mantovani And His Orchestra. Style: pop. Album year: 2008. Mantovani And His Orchestra - To The Land Of My Own Romance (from 'The Enchantress') 03:28. Mantovani And His Orchestra - A Kiss In The Dark (from 'Orange Blossoms') 02:52. Mantovani, Mantovani And His Orchestra - Habanera (from 'Natoma') 03:21. Mantovani And His Orchestra - Sweethearts (from 'Sweethearts') 02:20. Mantovani And His Orchestra - Neopolitan Love Song (from 'Princess Song') 03:18. Mantovani And His Orchestra - The Irisg Have A Great Day Tonight (from 'Eileen') 02:50.
Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 26 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes. The Golden Age of Light Music: Great American Light Orchestras David Carroll. By ROMAN, Giordano & Godfrey - Victor Young and His Orchestra & Victor Young. 5. No Strings Attached. By Richard Hayman - Richard Hayman and His Orchestra & Richard Hayman. By Eugene Ford - Paul Weston and His Orchestra & Paul Weston. 7. Holiday in Rio. Acquaviva Orchestra. 8. Sophisticated Lady. By Duke Ellington - Morton Gould and His Orchestra & Morton Gould.
Orchestra: Russ Case & His Orchestra, Nat Shilkret & His Orchestra, Russ Case and His Orchestra, Victor Young & His Orchestra, Victor Orchestra. Conductor: Nathaniel Shilkret, Russ Case & His Orchestra, Henry Geehl, Victor Young, Victor Herbert, et al. Composer: Victor Herbert. Audio CD (August 22, 2000). This compilation has the usual songs that immediately bring the name of composer Victor Herbert to mind - Ah, sweet mystery of life, I'm falling in love with someone and Tramp, tramp, tramp - with such well known voices as those of Macdonald, Eddy and the famous tenors, Richard Crooks, Richard Tauber and Charles Kullmann. Perhaps of greater interest to many listeners will be the relatively seldom heard artists, such as John McHugh, Florence Easton and Florence George. All three have very pleasant voices and aural personalities.
Mark Warnow (April 10, 1900 - October 17, 1949) was a violinist and orchestra conductor, who performed on radio in the 1930s and 1940s.