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  1. Sep 14,  · referencing The Best Of Kostelanetz ( Favorites From The Beautiful World Of Music), 8xLP, Comp + Box, RDA A, RD My copy has six songs on Record 8, Side 2 (P). The first song (P1) is: Be My Love From "The Toast Of New Orleans"/5(4).
  2. Best of YouTube Music André Kostelanetz - Love Me With All Your Heart by LittleMissLounge. by My Dad Record Old LP. Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words).
  3. Andre Kostelanetz (Russian: Абрам Наумович Костелянец; December 22, – January 13, ) was a Russian-born American popular orchestral music conductor and arranger who was one of the major exponents of popular orchestra music.
  4. Andre Kostelanetz may be best known to modern audiences for a series of easy listening instrumental albums on Columbia Records from the s until Kostelanetz actually started making this music before there was a genre called "easy listening".5/5(1).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for At His Very Best - André Kostelanetz on AllMusic -
  6. Apr 29,  · Theme From "Romeo And Juliet" Hello Dolly! Yesterday Mrs. Robinson Try To Remember Calcutta The Sounds Of Silence Born Free I Can't Stop Loving You I Will Wait For You .
  7. In his discography of over albums conducting everything from Swan Lake to the hits of Chicago, Kostelanetz's Christmas albums are among the most treasured. Real Gone Music and Second Disc Records invite you to a true wonderland of Christmas with the release of Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra's The Complete Christmas Albums.
  8. Jun 14,  · Andre Kostelanetz led a series of very popular 'good music' radio shows in the s and 40s. Though he had recorded some of the instrumental novelty and Latin numbers featured on them for other companies it was not until he was signed by a rejuvenated Columbia Records in that he began committing the classic Broadway portion of his radio repertoire to disc/5(6).

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