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Orchestral Pop refers to popular music that has been arranged and performed by a Western symphonic orchestra. During the 1960s, for example, a number of orchestral settings were made for songs written by members of the Beatles. The performance of "Yesterday" by any symphonic orchestra exemplifies the concept of orchestral pop. Some symphonies were specifically founded for playing predominantly popular music; the Boston Pops Orchestra is an excellent example.

Orchestral/Easy Listening Artists Highlights

Canadian Brass
Canadian Brass
London Symphony Orchestra
London Symphony Orchestra
Henry Mancini
Henry Mancini
John Williams
John Williams
Jackie Gleason
Jackie Gleason
Boston Pops Orchestra
Boston Pops Orchestra

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Orchestral/Easy Listening Album Highlights

16 Most Requested Songs
Ray Conniff
16 Most Requested Songs
Henry Mancini Greatest Hits
Henry Mancini
Henry Mancini Greatest Hits
The Essential Ray Conniff
Ray Conniff
The Essential Ray Conniff
Collection [Varese]
Roger Williams
Collection [Varese]
The Best of Nelson Riddle [Capitol]
Nelson Riddle
The Best of Nelson Riddle ...
John Williams: Greatest Hits, 1969-1999
John Williams
John Williams: Greatest ...

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Orchestral/Easy Listening Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
'S Wonderful Ray Conniff
Breakfast at Tiffany's, film score~Moon River Henry Mancini
Where Do I Begin Ray Conniff
Autumn Leaves Roger Williams
The Raiders March
John Williams
Theme from The Apartment Ferrante & Teicher
Close Encounters of the Third Kind~Main Title and Mountains Visions John Williams
You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) Jackie Gleason
Peter Gunn Henry Mancini & His Orchestra

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