David Rose

Holiday for Strings

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Conductor, composer, arranger, and bandleader David Rose is spotlighted on the Living Era compilation Holiday for Strings. The 25 tracks were recorded between 1942 and 1952 and include several standards arranged by Rose, including "How High the Moon," "September Song," "Someone to Watch Over Me," "Tenderly," and "Poinciana," along with Rose's million-selling hit from 1942, "Holiday for Strings." This is a fine compilation for the collector of sweet bands and light arrangements.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
1 2:30 Spotify
2 3:13 Spotify
3 2:54 Spotify
4 3:16 Spotify
5 3:13 Spotify
6 3:06 Spotify
7 2:23 Spotify
8 3:10 Spotify
9 2:40 Spotify
10 3:05
11 3:12
12 2:59
13 2:35 Spotify
14 3:05 Spotify
15 2:50 Spotify
16 3:33 Spotify
17 3:12
18 3:17 Spotify
19 3:06 Spotify
20 3:20 Spotify
21 2:50 Spotify
22 3:14 Spotify
23 3:13 Spotify
24 2:24 Spotify
25
feat: Woody Herman
3:09 Spotify
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