In Las Vegas, Nevada he led a band at the Royal Las Vegas Hotel; in addition, he toured for the only time with his name orchestra, which also released several albums during this period, first for a little-known independent label, with Jerry Fielding Plays a Dance Concert (Trend, 1954), followed by Sweet with a Beat (1955), Fielding's. Formula (1957), and Hollywoodwind Jazztet (1958), all on Decca. On Thursday November 12, 2009, Jerry Fielding was awarded a lifetime achievement award for his composition in The Wild Bunch which celebrated its 40th anniversary. It was received by his daughter Claudia Fielding. Jerry Fielding Biography and LP Discography. Film Discography from Soundtrack Collector. A portrait of Jerry fielding ( in French). Finding aid author: James V. D'Arc (2008). Jerry Fielding papers".
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Plays A Dance Concert. Moross was awarded Guggenheim Fellowships in 1947 and 1948. Paeans, the first of his concert pieces to be performed when Moross was seventeen, was conducted by Bernard Herrmann and soon after published by Henry Cowell. Jerome Moross was born in New York on August 1, 1913. Jerome Moross was born in New York on August 1, 1913
Released On : Jan 03, 2009. The duration of song is 02:54. This song is sung by Jerry Fielding.
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Get the Tempo of the songs by Jerry Fielding, including Medley: Kerry Dance, Irish Washerwoman(82BPM), Medley: Believe Me, Those, Endearing Young Charms, I Know Where I'm Going(98BPM), Medley: Maids of Naurne Shore, Where the River Shannon Flows, Rose of Tralee, Killarney, Molly Malone, Dear Old Donegal, Londonderry Air, Galaway Bay(82BPM), Sailor's Dance(114BPM), Peanut Vendor(76BPM), Isn't It Romantic(104BPM), When I Grow Too Old To Dream(130BPM). Born Joshua Feldman in Pittsburgh on June 17, 1922, Fielding was a child prodigy who claimed among his earliest influences Bernard Herrmann's pioneering scores for the radio dramas of Orson Welles. A pupil of theatrical conductor Max Atkins. Medley: Kerry Dance, Irish Washerwoman. Plays A Dance Concert.
Jerry Fielding: American jazz musician, arranger, band leader, and film composer who emerged in the 1960s after a decade on the blacklist to create boldly diverse and evocative Oscar-nominated scores, primarily for gritty, often brutally savage, films in western and crime action genres, including the Sam Peckinpah movies The Wild Bunch and Straw Dogs. Heavy Henry's First Flirtation, Fish Roll, Ooo Wee и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Jerry Fielding was a composer, arranger, and conductor of music for the big bands, radio, television, and films. With an introduction from his Pittsburgh mentor Max Adkins, Jerry became the arranger for the Alvino Ray. During the 1940s he arranged for Kay Kaiser, Tommy Dorsey, Les Brown and other big bands. In the late 1940’s he was the band leader for several popular radio programs. Fielding was born in Pittsburgh in 1992 as Joshua Itzhak Feldman to the Russian immigrants Hiram Harris and Esther Feldman As a child he studied trombone, clarinet, sax, and piano. He joined his school band. Given a music scholarship for gifted instrumentalists, he attended the Carnegie Institute for short time, before an illness forced him to be bedridden for two years. During that time he listened to the radio and became a fan of the big bands.
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Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax] – Hymie GunklerTrumpet [Lead Trumpet] – Conrad GozzoWritten-By – Sunshine*, Simon*, Gilbert*
Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Sam DonahueTrombone [Trombone Solo] – Joe HowardTrumpet – Maurie Harris*Written-By – Henderson*, Heyman*
|A3||Cheerful Little Earful
Written-By – Rose*, Warren*, Gershwin*
Piano – Gerald WigginsTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Buddy Collette, Sam DonahueWritten-By – Tierney*
|B1||When I Grow Too Old To Dream
Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax] – Hymie GunklerWritten-By – Hammerstein*, Romberg*
|B2||Song Of Bayou
Written-By – Rube Bloom
|B3||Rain On The Roof
Piano [Piano Solo] – Gerald WigginsTenor Saxophone [Tenor Solo] – Sam DonahueWritten-By – Ann Ronell
|B4||Young Man's Fancy
Piano – Gerald WigginsTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Sam DonahueTrumpet [Trumpet Solo] – Maurie Harris*Written-By – Yellen*, Anderson*, Ager*
- Record Company – Trend Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Radio Recorders
- Arranged By [Arrangements By] – Jerry Fielding
- Bass – Red Callender
- Bongos [Bongo Drums] – Milt Howard
- Design [Cover Design] – Brandt*
- Drums – Tom Romersa*
- Engineer – Val Valentin
- Liner Notes – Albert Marx
- Photography By – Claxton*
- Piano – Gerald Wiggins
- Saxophone – Buddy Collette, Herman C. Gunkler*, Martin J. Berman*, Sam Donahue
- Trombone – Joe Howard, Marshall Cram
- Trumpet – Conrad Gozzo, Maurice Harris, Mickey Mangano, Ralph Fera
NotesGold label with black print label variant with cat. #
printed above HIFI to the left of the center hole.
(Another version has it on the right side instead).
'Trend, L.A. 49, Calif.' address on rear cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): TLP-108
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): TLP-109
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A stamped): TLP108
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B stamped): TLP 109 1
|TL-1004||Jerry Fielding||Plays A Dance Concert (10", Album, Mono)||Trend||TL-1004||US||1954|