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The Hottentots / The Biltmore Players - Old Spanish Moon / Missouri Waltz

The Hottentots / The Biltmore Players - Old Spanish Moon / Missouri Waltz
Performer: The Hottentots / The Biltmore Players
Title: Old Spanish Moon / Missouri Waltz
Country: UK
Genre: Pop
Released: 1931
Label: Eclipse
MP3 album szie: 1306 mb
FLAC album size: 1305 mb

Tracklist

1The HottentottsOld Spanish Moon
2The Biltmore PlayersMissouri Waltz

Short intro

Missouri Waltz is the official state song of Missouri and is associated with the University of Missouri. The Missouri Waltz, which had been a minstrel song, became the state song under an act adopted by the General Assembly on June 30, 1949. The song came from a melody John Valentine Eppel heard Lee Edgar Settle play. Settle was a well known rag time piano player and the song he wrote and played, The Graveyard Waltz, was the actual melody for the Missouri Waltz. John V. Eppel claimed he wrote. The old folks were humming the banjos were strumming so sweet and low Hush a. lullaby While the stars were blinking and the moon was shining high Are. Established in 1895. Found Georges Old Spring Hunting Lodge It was a AWESOME find Its on the Blue Ridge Parkway Near Mt. Discover the distinctive taste of the Blue Ridge Mountains with Biltmore Reserve wines, handcrafted from grapes grown on the estate or by our local partners. Learn more about how our wine is produced from grape to glass: Biltmore. 8 July at 08:05 . George Vanderbilts daughter Cornelia spent her childhood exploring and playing at Biltmore. More than a century later, Biltmore is still the perfect place to create lifelong family memories . The Hottentots. Old Spanish Moon, Oh Donna Clara Shellac, 8. The Biltmore Players, The Radio Syncopators. The Biltmore Players, The Radio Syncopators - Live, Laugh And Love, I Know That We Shall Meet Again Shellac, 8. Eclipse 5. Missouri Waltz - 101 Strings. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Moon Over Kona. Missouri Waltz. Исполнитель: 101 Strings. Listen to Old Missouri Moon from Gene Autry's Here's To The Ladies for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Here's To The Ladies. Gene Autry. A Night with Paul Whiteman at the Biltmore LP session. New York, New York. Victor 67-2000. A Night with Paul Whiteman at the Biltmore picture disc also Whiteman Medley. Victor 36067. A Waltz Was Born in Vienna. Down the Old Ox Road From the Film College Humor Vocal refrain by Peggy Healy and Al Dary Coslow, Johnson. This song is by Eddy Arnold and appears on the album All Time Favorites 1956. Hush a bye my babySlumber time is coming soonRest your head upon my breastWhile mommie hums a tune. The sandman is callingWhen shadows are fallingWhile the soft breezes sighAs in days long gone by. Way down in MissouriWhere I heard this melodyWhen I was a little fellerOn my mommie's knee. The old folks were hummingThe banjos were strummingSo sweet and low. Instrumental --. Текст песни Marideth Sisco Missouri Waltz. Hush-a-bye, my baby, slumber time is coming soon, Rest your head upon my breast while mama hums a tune, The sandman is calling when shadows are falling. the stars were blinking and the moon was shining high And I hear mama calling as in days long ago Singing hush-a-bye. Missouri designated The Missouri Waltz as the official state song in 1949 melody by John V. Eppel, arranged by Frederic Knight Logan, lyrics by J. All State Songs. The old folks were hummin' their banjos were strummin' So sweet and low. Strum, strum, strum, strum, strum, Seems I hear those banjos playin' once again, Hum, hum, hum, hum, hum, That same old plaintive strain. Hear that mournful melody, It just haunts you the whole day long, And you wander in dreams back to Dixie, it seems, When you hear that old time song. When the stars were blinkin' and the moon was climbin' high, Seems I hear voices low, as in days long ago, Singin' hush-a-bye