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Roll Credits: July 25, 2011 - Comedies

Posted at 9:51 AM on July 26, 2011 by ClassicalMPR
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Comedies are on the docket for this week's Roll Credits. From Chaplin to Mancini and everything in between.



Charles Chaplin - Napoli March from The Great Dictator
Francis Shaw, conductor
The Munich Symphony Orchestra
Silva 1021

Ray Shield - Little Rascals Music: Good Old Days; Beautiful Lady
The Beau Hunks
Koch 8702

Harry Ruby - Everyone Says I Love You
Cafe Accordion Orchestra
CAO 46

Henry Mancini - The Pink Panther Theme; It Had Better Be Tonight
Henry Mancini, conductor
The Mancini Pops Orchestra
RCA 55938

John Williams - March from "1941"
John Williams, conductor
Boston Pops
Philips 420 178

Elmer Bernstein - Ghostbusters
Elmer Bernstein, conductor
Royal Philharmonic Pops
Denon 75288

Stephen Sondheim - Comedy TOnight from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Zero Mostel, vocal
Bay Cities 3002

Patrick Doyle - Much Ado About Nothing
Original Soundtrack Recording
Epic 54009

Kurt Weill/Ira Gershwin - "Tchaikovsky" from Lady in the Dark
Original Cast Recording
Sony 62869

George and Ira Gershwin - They All Laughed from Shall We Dance
Original Soundtrack
Ginger Rodgers, vocal
Fred Astaire, vocal
Rhino 72732

Irvin Berlin - The Hostess with the Mostess from Call Me Madam
Ethel Merman, vocal
MCA 10521

William Walton - As You Like It
Carl Davis, conductor
London Philharmonic
EMI 47944

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