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Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade 03:24. Glenn Miller - In the Mood 03:36. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Fool Rush In 02:26. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Moonlight SerenadePerfidia 04:06. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Sun Valley Jump 02:54. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Rhapsody in Blue 02:56. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - I Know Why 03:01. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Chattanooga Choo-Choo 03:27. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Be Happy 02:10.
Moonlight Serenade" is an American swing ballad composed by Glenn Miller with subsequent lyrics by Mitchell Parish. It was an immediate phenomenon when released in May 1939 as an instrumental arrangement, though it had been adopted and performed as Miller's signature tune as early as 1938, even before it had been given the name "Moonlight Serenade. In 1991, Miller's recording of "Moonlight Serenade" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Album · 1985 · 19 Songs. By Joseph C. Garland. By Harry Warren - Max Greger & His Orchestra & Max Greger. By Frankie Carle - Max Greger & His Orchestra & Max Greger. I Know Why. By Mack Gordon & Harry Warren - Max Greger & His Orchestra & Max Greger.
I Know Why (And So Do You)" is a 1941 song by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. The song appeared in the 20th Century Fox movie Sun Valley Serenade. The song was also released as an RCA Bluebird 78 single. The song was written by Mack Gordon, lyrics, and Harry Warren, music. The song is lip-synched by Lynn Bari in the movie Sun Valley Serenade. Pat Friday sang the vocals with John Payne and The Modernaires
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I Know Why. Glenn Miller. Album His Original Recordings. Mack Gordon & Harry Warren) (vocals: Paula Kelly and the Modernaires). 5. Moonlight Serenade. 6. Little Brown Jug. 8. Johnson rag. 9. Serenade In Blue. 11. Chattanooga Choo Choo. 12. St. Louis Blues March.