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Title: The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
Style: Space-Age, Big Band
Released: 1954
Country: Canada
MP3 album: 1872 mb
FLAC album: 1338 mb
WMA album: 1257 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Jazz
Sauter-Finegan Orchestra - The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra download

Tracklist

Child's Play
Horseplay
Time To Dream
The Honey Jump
Nina Never Knew
Love Is A Simple Thing
Tweedle Dee And Tweedle Dum
Stop Beatin' 'Round The Mulberry Bush
Now That I'm In Love
Yankee Doodletown

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPM-1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LPM-1009 Canada 1954
LPM-1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor LPM-1009 US 1954
EPB-1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(2x7", Album, EP) RCA Victor EPB-1009 US 1956
EPB-1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(2x7", Album, EP, Gat) RCA Victor EPB-1009 US 1956
LPM-1009, LPM 1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, Bla) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LPM-1009, LPM 1009 Germany 1956
LPM-1009, LPM 1009 Sauter-Finegan Orchestra The Sound Of The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA Victor, RCA Victor LPM-1009, LPM 1009 US 1956


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I found a mint copy at a garage sale in Indianapolis. The arrangements are very engaging. Eddie Sauter studied with Stefan Wolpe. From Sauter said this in Wolpe's website, "I had begun studying with Stefan Wolpe about that same time, late '45, and that opened up a whole world to me. But before that there was always a curiosity of how does this work. What Bartök and Stravinsky were doing in those days was not [what] I might have been used to hearing. How that fit into the total thing fascinated me, and I did want to learn about it. I wanted to learn about Schoenberg. I never got quite to Schoenberg, it never turned me on the way the others did. It still doesn't. Wolpe was a twelve-tone writer, but what a good teacher, what an inspirational human being he was."