Decca matrix 65431. Concerto in F (Gershwin): 2nd mvt. / Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra
- Master Size: 12-in.
|Documentation of Decca Records derives from Michel Ruppli's "The Decca labels: a discography" (Greenwood Press, 1996). Data has not been systematically reviewed or edited by ADP staff, except as indicated.|
|Ruppli session note: DA-29086/87 (78 rpm) were issued in album DA-57.|
|Ruppli session personnel note: Bob Cusumano, Charlie Teagarden, Harry Goldfield, Bob Alexy (trumpet), Miff Mole, Moe Zudecoff (later known as Buddy Morrow), Hal Matthews (trombone), Sal Franzella (clarinet, alto saxophone), Al Gallodoro (alto saxophone), Art Drellinger (tenor saxophone), N.M. Farquharson, Vincent Capone, Jack Bell (flute), Murray Cohan (organ), Roy Bargy (piano), Joe Mooney (accordion), Mike Pingitore (banjo), Art Ryerson (guitar), Norman McPherson (tuba), Artie Shapiro (bass), George Wettling (drums), Kurt Dieterle, Al Duffy, Jules Schachter, Maurice Archer, Emanuel Green, Max Pilzer, Harry Struble (violin), Harry Waller, Herb Borodkin (viola), Abe Borodkin (cello), Paul Whiteman (director).|
|Ruppli additional catalog number(s): DA-29087.|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|4/18/1939 New York, New York||A||Master||Decca 29057||12-in.|
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Decca matrix 65431. Concerto in F (Gershwin): 2nd mvt. / Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 21, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000293544/65431-Concerto_in_F_Gershwin_2nd_mvt.
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