Holiday For Strings

音乐 | 发布日期: 01/12/2009 | 格式: 下载




# 跟踪   持续时间
1.Holidays For Strings2:59
2.Deserted City3:12
3.Sweet Sue Just For You3:00
5.Four Twenty A.M2:49
7.Manhattan Square Dance3:09
9.Oh What A Beautiful Morning2:24
10.Fiesta In Seville3:07
11.Hora Staccato2:06
12.La Ronde (Merry Go Round)3:00


Written by David Rose, 'Holiday For Strings' became known as 'That Shopping Song' during the spend happy fifties. I can personally attest to hearing it dozens of times during shopping excursions at The Broadway circa '57 - '60something. It was the perfect accompaniment to the hustle and bustle of the department store. Hurried, efficient and elegant.

Holiday For Strings was different than other Muzak pumped through the store's speaker system. I called it 'City Music'. Although it was written in the 40s, for me it defined the sound of the 50s. Presumably the 'holiday' for the strings was that they were plucked, rather than bowed, but the truth is they played their asses off.

David Rose also wrote 'The Stripper', which is like one of the most well known pieces of cheese music ever, defining a genre. And he wrote the Bonanza theme. Say no more.

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