The Instruments of the Dance Orchestra/Olde Englyshe ()


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In the year 2000, the Dutton Vocalion label reissued two nifty albums by British bandleader Ted Heath. Recorded in 1958, Olde Englyshe consists of 12 traditional British melodies transformed into accessibly polite Khrushchev-era dance music using arrangements by Mafter Horrox. While "Greensleeves" is probably the most dignified of these, those with a twisted sense of humor will want to subject themselves to the swinging lounge version of "London Bridge is Falling Downe." In 1960, Ted Heath recorded The Instruments of the ...

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  1. The Orchestra/When the Saints Go Marching In
  2. The Saxophones
  3. I Got Rhythm
  4. Mad About the Boy
  5. Skylark
  6. The Boy Next Door
  7. The Woodwinds
  8. The Way You Look Tonight
  9. Moonlight Serenade
  10. The Trumpets
  11. Star Eyes
  12. In a Sentimental Mood
  13. I've Found a New Baby
  14. The Trombones
  15. I'll Close My Eyes
  16. Nice Work If You Can Get It
  17. The Brass Mutes
  18. Crazy Rhythm
  19. Mood Indigo
  20. The Plunger Mute/The Derby of the Rats
  21. The Man I Love
  22. The Percussion/Sand in My Shoes/Ring Dem Bells
  23. Rhythm Section and Orchestra/Moonlight in Vermont
  24. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
  25. The Lincolnshire Poacher
  26. Greensleeves
  27. D'Ye Ken John Peel
  28. Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes
  29. There Is a Taverne in the Towne
  30. Barbara Allen
  31. Cherry Ripe
  32. Sweete Polly Oliver
  33. London Bridge Is Falling Downe
  34. Early One Morning
  35. The Lasse of Richmond Hills
  36. The Foggie, Foggie Dewe
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