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Columbia Saxophone Sextette - Goodbye download mp3 album
Performer:
Columbia Saxophone Sextette
Album:
Goodbye
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1672 mb
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1422 mb
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Waiting by Columbia Saxophone Sextette. Waiting by Columbia Saxophone Sextette is licensed under a Public Domain, Sound Recording Common Law Protection License. PUBLISHER: Columbia A2730.

These were digitized from 78rpm records at 45rpm, 44100khz, then the sample type should be changed to 76440 to get the correct playback. I uploaded the full wav file of the record, including noise and skips; sometimes, I also uploaded a processed version. A2876 Buddha-Dardanella Fox-trot (Pollack Bernard and Black) Limehouse Nights One-step Introducting Poppyland from Mignight Whirl (Gerhswin).

As the producers of this precious album insist: "Continuous background noise equals silenc. e wanted this CD to be an integral, whole experience, like a concert or a movie. Silence between the cuts would ruin that. It's not a collection of separate records, anymore. It's an hour-plus performance by Lieutenant Jim Europe's 369th . Infantry Hell Fighters Band. The most gratifying selections are the instrumentals, which are now considered the very first big-band jazz records

Columbia Saxophone Sextette (recorded January 24, 1917, released by Columbia Records as catalog number A-2203, with the flip side Katinka: Allah's Holiday ). Hank D'Amico Sextette (released by MGM Records as catalog number 10641, with the flip side If Dreams Come True ). Anita Darian in 1960 on the self-titled album Anita Darian (later titled East of the Sun ), Kapp Records KL-1168. Guido Deiro (recorded January 1917, released by Columbia Records as catalog number A-2202, with the flip side Madame Butterfly ). Deanna Durbin (recorded October 9, 1941, released by Decca Records as catalog number 18297B, with the flip side Annie Laurie ). The Ebon-Knights (released 1958 by Stepheny Records as catalog number 1817, with the flip side "The Way the Ball Bounces").

Saxophone Syncopators is a unique saxophone quartet that specializes in performing the authentic musical style of ragtime in arrangements for four saxophones. The arrangements of this music come from the years 1910 – 1920 when saxophone music was expanding in the music scene and becoming a great inspiration for performers and composers

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