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The Resource Stardust

Stardust

Label
Stardust
Title
Stardust
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
libretto or text
Cataloging source
GRC
Form of composition
popular music
Format of music
not applicable
LC call number
M1630.18
LC item number
S8265 1971
Music parts
not applicable
Series statement
Reader's Digest Pleasure Programmed
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Label
Stardust
Instantiates
Publication
Manufacture
Copyright
Note
  • Songs ("108 all-time favorites"); with various orchestras and vocalists
  • Program notes on disc sleeves
  • Accompanied by "The stardust song book" (7 p. : ports. ; 29 cm.)
Accompanying material
text.
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • I concentrate on you
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Just one of those things
  • Richard Alden, his Piano and orchestra -- Side 2, As time goes by : tThe isle of Capri
  • Joe Reisman and his orchesra
  • I'll see you in my dreams
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • What is this thing called love?
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • Record 1, Side 1, Stardust :
  • Laura
  • Joan Brown, vocal, Robert Mendell and his orchestra
  • As time goes by
  • Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • My heart stood still
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Stardust
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • Fly me to the moon
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Night and day
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Sometimes I'm happy
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra dna chorus
  • The nearness of you
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Remember
  • The Pete King chorale -- Side 2, Strictly sentimental :
  • Poor butterfly
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Body and soul
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Riesman and his orchestra
  • Deep Purple
  • Record 2, Side 1, Great ballads :
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • Bidin' my time
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • September song
  • The Pete King chorale
  • Lover
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • My funny valentine
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • You go to my head
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Charmaine
  • Billy May and his orchestra
  • You made me love you
  • Joy Martell, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • St. Louis blues
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra -- Side 2, Begin the beguine :
  • Begin the beguine
  • Chet Atkins, guitar
  • April in Paris
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • Where or when
  • Record 3, Side 1, Stormy weather :
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • How hight the moon
  • Les Brown and his band of renown
  • Embraceable you
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Always
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Birth of the blues
  • Perry Como, vocal Mitchell Ayres orchestra and the Ray Charles singers
  • Blues in the night
  • Billy May and his orchestra
  • Story weather
  • Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • Come rain or come shine
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Darktown Strutters' ball
  • Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Some of these days
  • Billy May and his rochestra -- Side 2, For me and my gal :
  • Peg o' my heart
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • For me and my gal
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his rochestra
  • Swannee
  • Record 4, Side 1, Get happy :
  • The King Sisters, vocal, Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • La vie en rose
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • I wonder who's kissing her now
  • New christy minstrels
  • Easter parade
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Dancing in the dark
  • Joe Reisman and his rochestra
  • Dinah
  • New christy minstrels
  • Little white lies
  • Richard Alden, his pinao and orchestra
  • Get happy
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • I'll be seeing you
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Smoke gets in your eyes
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra -- Side 2, You'll never walk alone :
  • I believe
  • Ed Ames, vocal, arranged and conducted by George Tipton
  • Without a song
  • Perry Como, vocal Nick Perito, arranger and conductor, The Doodletown pipers, vocal accompaniment
  • Till the end of time
  • Record 5, Side 1, I'll be seeing you :
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • You'll never walk alone
  • John Gary, vocal, arranged and conducted by Dick Reynolds
  • Because
  • Jan Peerce, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • God bless America
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus
  • My melancolly baby
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Blue moon
  • Jo Strafford and his Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • All alone
  • The Pete King chorale
  • Among my souvenirs
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Ray Ellis, arranger and conductor
  • Love me or leave me
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • The man I love
  • Joy Martell, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra -- Side 2, Tenderly :
  • Tenderly
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • Thanks for the memory
  • Helen forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Love walked in
  • Record 6, Side1, I'm in the mood for love :
  • Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Over the rainbow
  • Jo Strafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • Some enchanted evening
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • Let me call you sweetheart
  • Joe Prisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • These foolish things remind me of you
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • I'm in the mood for love
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • How deep is the ocean
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • I'll get by
  • The King Sisters, vocal Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • Bewitched
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • April showers
  • Robert Mandell, his chorus and orchestra -- Side 2, Happy days are here again :
  • Happy days are here again
  • Norman Luboff choir
  • Lover come back ot me
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • My blue heaven
  • Record 7, Side 1, On the sunny side of the street :
  • Floyd Cramer, his piano and orchestra
  • I can't give you anything but love
  • Joy Martel, vocal Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Ballin' the jack
  • Les Brown and his band of renoun
  • Great day
  • The King Sisters, vocal, Frank DeVol and his rochestra
  • Pennies from heaven
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • All the things you are
  • The Pete King chorale
  • On the sunny side of the street
  • Les Brown and his band of renound
  • Zing! went the strings of my heart
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • I've got you under my skin
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Beyond the blue horizon
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus -- Side 2, Tea for two :
  • Tea for two
  • Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • What a diff'rence a day made
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Marie
  • Record 8, Side 1, Beyond the blue horizon :
  • New christy minstrels
  • A pretty girl is like a melody
  • Les Brown and his band of remown
  • 'S Wonderful
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Bye bye blackbird
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Ebb tide
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus
  • That old black magic
  • Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Somertime
  • Jean Templer, vocal, Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Autumn leaves
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Exactly like you
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Button up your overcoat
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra -- Side 2, The great old-timers :
  • Shine on harvest moon
  • The Pete King Chorale
  • Alexander's ragtime band
  • Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Wait till the sun shines, nellie
  • Record 9, Side 1, I got rhythm :
  • New christy minstrels
  • Dardanella
  • Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • Tiger rag
  • Alen Copeland and his orchestra
  • By the beautiful sea
  • New christy minstrels
  • I got rhythm
  • Lena Horne, vocal, orchestra conducted by Marty Paich
  • I've got the world on a string
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • After you've gone
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Chicago
Dimensions
12 in. +
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
9 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Kind of cutting
lateral or combined cutting
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • RD4-107
  • RDA 107-A
Special playback characteristics
unknown
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)12117435
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Stardust
Publication
Manufacture
Copyright
Note
  • Songs ("108 all-time favorites"); with various orchestras and vocalists
  • Program notes on disc sleeves
  • Accompanied by "The stardust song book" (7 p. : ports. ; 29 cm.)
Accompanying material
text.
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • I concentrate on you
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Just one of those things
  • Richard Alden, his Piano and orchestra -- Side 2, As time goes by : tThe isle of Capri
  • Joe Reisman and his orchesra
  • I'll see you in my dreams
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • What is this thing called love?
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • Record 1, Side 1, Stardust :
  • Laura
  • Joan Brown, vocal, Robert Mendell and his orchestra
  • As time goes by
  • Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • My heart stood still
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Stardust
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • Fly me to the moon
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Night and day
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Sometimes I'm happy
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra dna chorus
  • The nearness of you
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Remember
  • The Pete King chorale -- Side 2, Strictly sentimental :
  • Poor butterfly
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Body and soul
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Riesman and his orchestra
  • Deep Purple
  • Record 2, Side 1, Great ballads :
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • Bidin' my time
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • September song
  • The Pete King chorale
  • Lover
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra
  • My funny valentine
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • You go to my head
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Charmaine
  • Billy May and his orchestra
  • You made me love you
  • Joy Martell, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • St. Louis blues
  • Roland Shaw and his orchestra -- Side 2, Begin the beguine :
  • Begin the beguine
  • Chet Atkins, guitar
  • April in Paris
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • Where or when
  • Record 3, Side 1, Stormy weather :
  • Joe Reisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • How hight the moon
  • Les Brown and his band of renown
  • Embraceable you
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Always
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Birth of the blues
  • Perry Como, vocal Mitchell Ayres orchestra and the Ray Charles singers
  • Blues in the night
  • Billy May and his orchestra
  • Story weather
  • Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • Come rain or come shine
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Darktown Strutters' ball
  • Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Some of these days
  • Billy May and his rochestra -- Side 2, For me and my gal :
  • Peg o' my heart
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • For me and my gal
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his rochestra
  • Swannee
  • Record 4, Side 1, Get happy :
  • The King Sisters, vocal, Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • La vie en rose
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • I wonder who's kissing her now
  • New christy minstrels
  • Easter parade
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Dancing in the dark
  • Joe Reisman and his rochestra
  • Dinah
  • New christy minstrels
  • Little white lies
  • Richard Alden, his pinao and orchestra
  • Get happy
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • I'll be seeing you
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Smoke gets in your eyes
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra -- Side 2, You'll never walk alone :
  • I believe
  • Ed Ames, vocal, arranged and conducted by George Tipton
  • Without a song
  • Perry Como, vocal Nick Perito, arranger and conductor, The Doodletown pipers, vocal accompaniment
  • Till the end of time
  • Record 5, Side 1, I'll be seeing you :
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • You'll never walk alone
  • John Gary, vocal, arranged and conducted by Dick Reynolds
  • Because
  • Jan Peerce, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • God bless America
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus
  • My melancolly baby
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • Blue moon
  • Jo Strafford and his Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • All alone
  • The Pete King chorale
  • Among my souvenirs
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Ray Ellis, arranger and conductor
  • Love me or leave me
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • The man I love
  • Joy Martell, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra -- Side 2, Tenderly :
  • Tenderly
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • Thanks for the memory
  • Helen forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Love walked in
  • Record 6, Side1, I'm in the mood for love :
  • Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Over the rainbow
  • Jo Strafford and the Pied Pipers, vocal, Paul Weston and his orchestra
  • Some enchanted evening
  • Richard Alden, his piano and rochestra
  • Let me call you sweetheart
  • Joe Prisman, his orchestra and chorus
  • These foolish things remind me of you
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • I'm in the mood for love
  • Helen Forrest, vocal, Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • How deep is the ocean
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • I'll get by
  • The King Sisters, vocal Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • Bewitched
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • April showers
  • Robert Mandell, his chorus and orchestra -- Side 2, Happy days are here again :
  • Happy days are here again
  • Norman Luboff choir
  • Lover come back ot me
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • My blue heaven
  • Record 7, Side 1, On the sunny side of the street :
  • Floyd Cramer, his piano and orchestra
  • I can't give you anything but love
  • Joy Martel, vocal Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Ballin' the jack
  • Les Brown and his band of renoun
  • Great day
  • The King Sisters, vocal, Frank DeVol and his rochestra
  • Pennies from heaven
  • Harry James and his orchestra
  • All the things you are
  • The Pete King chorale
  • On the sunny side of the street
  • Les Brown and his band of renound
  • Zing! went the strings of my heart
  • Jim Tyler, his piano and orchestra
  • I've got you under my skin
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Beyond the blue horizon
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus -- Side 2, Tea for two :
  • Tea for two
  • Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • What a diff'rence a day made
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Marie
  • Record 8, Side 1, Beyond the blue horizon :
  • New christy minstrels
  • A pretty girl is like a melody
  • Les Brown and his band of remown
  • 'S Wonderful
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Bye bye blackbird
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Ebb tide
  • Johnny Gibbs, his orchestra and chorus
  • That old black magic
  • Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • Somertime
  • Jean Templer, vocal, Robert Mandell and his orchestra
  • Autumn leaves
  • Rosemary Squires, vocal, Wally Stott and his orchestra
  • Exactly like you
  • Jim Tyler and his orchestra
  • Button up your overcoat
  • Robert Mandell and his orchestra -- Side 2, The great old-timers :
  • Shine on harvest moon
  • The Pete King Chorale
  • Alexander's ragtime band
  • Alan Copeland and his orchestra
  • Wait till the sun shines, nellie
  • Record 9, Side 1, I got rhythm :
  • New christy minstrels
  • Dardanella
  • Frank DeVol and his orchestra
  • Tiger rag
  • Alen Copeland and his orchestra
  • By the beautiful sea
  • New christy minstrels
  • I got rhythm
  • Lena Horne, vocal, orchestra conducted by Marty Paich
  • I've got the world on a string
  • Ed Ames, vocal, Joe Reisman and his orchestra
  • After you've gone
  • Richard Alden, his piano and orchestra
  • Chicago
Dimensions
12 in. +
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
9 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Kind of cutting
lateral or combined cutting
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • RD4-107
  • RDA 107-A
Special playback characteristics
unknown
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)12117435
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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