Ray Turner (instrumentalist : piano)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 89308 2/21/1956 Man with the golden arm-Main theme Elmer Bernstein Orchestra  
Decca 89309 2/21/1956 Clark Street Elmer Bernstein Orchestra  
Decca DLA 1965 10-in. 3/19/1940 Star dust Ray Turner  
Decca DLA 1966 10-in. 3/19/1940 Body and soul Ray Turner  
Decca L 3939 10-in. 8/30/1945 Cornish rhapsody, part 1 Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 3940 10-in. 8/30/1945 Cornish rhapsody, part 2 Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 3941 10-in. 8/30/1945 Pearls on velvet, part 1 Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 3942 10-in. 8/30/1945 Pearls on velvet, part 2 Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 3943 10-in. 8/30/1945 Stella by starlight Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 3944 10-in. 8/30/1945 Love letters Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 6577 12/31/1951 Invitation-1 Victor Young Orchestra  
Decca L 7986 11/15/1954 Theme from The Medic-1 Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 7997 11/15/1954 Latin nocturne-1 Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 7998 11/15/1954 Bella notte Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 8000 11/15/1954 Cherezo rosa (Cherry pink and apple blossom white) Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 8634 8/9/1955 Autumn leaves-1 Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 8636 8/9/1955 Never come Sunday-1 Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 8666 9/8/1955 Lover's lane-1 Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 8857 12/15/1955 Clark Street: The top ; Homecoming-1 ; Antek's Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8858 12/15/1955 Zosh Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8860 12/15/1955 Frankie machine-2 Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8861 12/15/1955 The fix Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8862 12/15/1955 Molly Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8863 12/15/1955 Breakup: Flight/Louie's/Burlesque Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8864 12/15/1955 Sunday morning Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8865 12/15/1955 Desperation Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8866 12/15/1955 Audition Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8867 12/15/1955 The cure: Withdraw/Cold/Morning Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 8868 12/15/1955 Finale Elmer Bernstein  
Decca L 9069 3/27/1956 I once had a heart Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 9070 3/27/1956 The mountain Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 9071 3/27/1956 Each time I dream Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 9072 3/27/1956 Lake Tahoe Victor Young and his Singing Strings  
Decca L 9403 7/19/1956 Three sketches for jazz orchestra: Part 1: Nostalgia Franz Waxman and Orchestra  
Decca L 9404 7/19/1956 Three sketches for jazz orchestra: Part 2: Song Franz Waxman and Orchestra  
Decca L 9405 7/19/1956 Three sketches for jazz orchestra: Part 3: Blues Franz Waxman and Orchestra  
Decca L 9406 7/19/1956 Theme, variations and fugato for jazz orchestra Franz Waxman and Orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Ray Turner (instrumentalist : piano)," accessed February 23, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/157200/Turner_Ray_instrumentalist_piano.

Ray Turner (instrumentalist : piano). (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved February 23, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/157200/Turner_Ray_instrumentalist_piano.

"Ray Turner (instrumentalist : piano)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 23 February 2020.

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