Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians - Sing Me A Baby Song

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Waring (1900-1984) was a popular bandleader and radio-television personality. During their teens the Waring Bros and their friend Poley McClintock founded the Waring-McClintock Snap Orchestra, which evolved into Fred Waring's Banjo Orchestra. His Banjo Orchestra became so successful that he decided to abandon his education in order to tour with the band, which eventually became known as Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians. From 1923 until late 1932, "Waring's Pennsylvanians" were among Victor Records best-selling bands. In late 1932, he abruptly quit recording, although his band continued to perform on radio. Waring composed and/or performed dozens of patriotic songs. In 1947, Waring organized the Fred Waring Choral Workshop. He expanded into television in 1949. In the 60s and 70s, popular musical tastes turned from choral music, but Waring introduced his Young Pennsylvanians, a choir singing modern arrangements. This however, is a catchy record, waxed in 1927. Vocal by Tom Waring.

6 commentaires

Indeed BB; still I prefer his earliest work.
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
Waring remained popular well into the 1950s.
Par Boston Blackie il y a 5 ans
Genia, precisely the wide array of different instrumental solos towards the end made me chose this version. Great you loved the posters! "Say Something Sweet..." is my personal favorite.
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
Thank you Ginny, so glad you liked this upload a lot.
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
Patrick,
I love it. I love the Banjo. I love the assortment of different instruments at the end. I love the lyrics and the vocal and the vocalist. Excellent arrangement and those song sheets are wonderful.
Say Something Sweet to your Sweetheart, Lament of Love and
So Beats My Heart For YOU! RAH...RAH... :-)
Merci for a delightful post.
Par Genia il y a 5 ans
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