Various ‎– Stars For A Summer Night

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Columbia ‎– PM-1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
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A1 Ray Conniff And His Orchestra* Summertime
A2 The Dave Brubeck Quartet Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair
A3 Frank DeVol And His Rainbow Strings* In The Evening By The Moonlight; Listen To The Mocking Bird; While Strolling Through The Park One Day
A4 Les Elgart And His Orchestra Lazy Afternoon
A5 Percy Faith And His Orchestra* Boquet
A6 Andre Kostelanetz And His Orchestra* By The Campfire
B1 Bobby Hackett Stairway To The Stars
B2 Art Van Damme Quintet* Star Eyes
B3 Les Brown And His Orchestra It's A Wonderful World
B4 Billy Butterfield Just Friends
B5 André Previn, His Piano And Orchestra* Like Love
B6 Jerry Murad's Harmonicats Ramona
C1 Columbia Symphony Orchestra March From "The Love For Three Oranges"
Composed By – Prokofiev*Conductor – Thomas Schippers
C2 New York Philharmonic* "Waltz Of The Flowers" From "Nutcracker Suite"
Composed By – Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Leonard Bernstein
C3 Francescatti*, New York Philharmonic* Second Movement (Sherzando) From "Symphonie Espagnole"
Composed By – Lalo*Conductor – Dimitri Mitropoulos
C4 The Philadelphia Orchestra Russian Sailors' Dance From "The Red Poppy"
Composed By – Glière*Conductor – Eugene Ormandy
C5 Alexander Brailowsky Waltz No. 7 In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2
Composed By – Chopin*Piano – Alexander Brailowsky
C6 The Columbia Symphony Orchestra* "One Fine Day" ("Un Bel Di") From "Madame Butterfly"
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Max RudolfSoprano Vocals – Eileen Farrell
D1 New York Philharmonic* Can Can
Composed By – Offenbach*Conductor – Andre Kostelanetz*
D2 The Strings Of The Philadelphia Orchestra* Fantasia On "Greensleeves"
Composed By – Vaughan Williams*Conductor – Eugene Ormandy
D3 Philippe Entremont Clair De Lune
Composed By – Debussy*
D4 The Mormon Tabernacle Choir*, The Philadelphia Orchestra Londonderry Air
Arranged By – Ralph BaldwinConductor – Eugene OrmandyDirected By – Richard P. Condie
D5 Ivan Davis (2) Liebestraum
Composed By – Liszt*Piano – Ivan Davis (2)
D6 Columbia Symphony Orchestra "The Stars Were Shining" ("E Lucevan Le Stelle") From "Tosca"
Composed By – Offenbach*Conductor – Fausto Cleva, Richard Tucker (2)
D7 New York Philharmonic* Hoe Down From "Rodeo"
Composed By – Copland*Conductor – Leonard Bernstein

Notes

The album's catalog number is PM-1. The catalog number of the first record is PM 1000, and the second number for the second record is PM 1001.

Litho in Canada on record jacket
Made in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Catalog Number, Record 1): PM 1000
  • Other (Catalog Number, Record 2): PM 1001

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMS-1, PMS 2000, PMS 2001 Various Stars For A Summer Night(2xLP, Comp) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia PMS-1, PMS 2000, PMS 2001 US 1961 Sell This Version
PMS-1, PMS 2000, PMS 2001 Various Stars For A Summer Night(2xLP, Comp) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia PMS-1, PMS 2000, PMS 2001 US Unknown Sell This Version
PM-1 Various Stars For A Summer Night(2xLP, Comp, Mono) Columbia PM-1 US 1961 Sell This Version
PMS-1, PMS-2000, PMS-2001 Various Stars For A Summer Night(2xLP, Comp) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia PMS-1, PMS-2000, PMS-2001 Canada 1961 Sell This Version
PM-1, PM 1000, PM 1001 Various Stars For A Summer Night(2xLP, Comp, Mono) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia PM-1, PM 1000, PM 1001 US 1961 Sell This Version

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