Strauss Waltzes

London 3122-9 P1983
Deram P00L 20117 P1989-12
米London 433 682-2

Blue Danube; Voices of Spring; Roses of The South; Emperor Waltz; A Thousand and One Nights; Treasure Waltz (from“The Gipsy Baron");Village Swallow; Wine,Women and Song; Acceleration Waltz; Tales from The Vienna Woods; Morning Paper; You and You (from“Die Fledermaus")

Mantovani Magic

London P28L 20073 P1988-7
Decca UICY 1567 P2004-5-21
米London 820 369-2

Misty; Red Roses for A Blue Lady; Chim Chim Cher-ee; Love Me With All Your Heart; Goodnight Sweetheart; Cara Mia; I Wish You Love; Lover; Stardust; Mona Lisa; Most Beautiful Girl in The World; Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Musical Kaleidoscope - Volume 3

Guild GLCD.5154

Scherzo from "Concerto Symphonique No.4" (Henry Litolff)
Winifred Atwell, piano with The Neophonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mantovani Decca F.9864 1952

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC Strings And Things Go Stereo Volume 2

Guild GLCD.5153

Love Is A Many-Splendoured Thing (title song from the film)
 (Paul Francis Webster, Sammy Fain - arr. Annunzio Paolo Mantovani)Decca SKL 4002 1958
Cornish Rhapsody (from the film “Love Story”) (Hubert Bath)
Mantovani and his Orchestra with RAWICZ AND LANDAUER at Two Pianos Decca SKL 4014 1958


THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Musical Kaleidoscope - Volume 1

Guild GLCD.5139
 Dance Of The Spanish Onion (David Rose)Decca F 8518 1945

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  1950's Volume 4 - Cornflakes

Guild GLCD.5130

Toyshop Ballet (Annunzio Mantovani)Decca 45-F 10797 1956

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Beyond the Blue Horizon

Guild GLCD.5129
Royal Blue Waltz (Lambrecht, real name Mantovani)Decca F 10117 1953

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Light Music While You Work 

Guild GLCD.5128

Adios, Conchita (Manilla, real name Annunzio Mantovani) Decca Music While You Work MW 288 1945
Memories of Spain (Clive Richardson, Horatio Nicholls real name Lawrence Wright)
  Decca Music While You Work MW 288 1945



THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Great Light Orchestras Salute Cole Porter 

 Guild GLCD.5127
C’est Magnifique (from “Can-Can” - 1953)Decca LK 4112 1955
Wunderbar (from “Kiss Me Kate” - 1948)Decca LK 4112 1955

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Great Light Orchestras Salute Richard Rodgers

Guild GLCD.5123
 Some Enchanted Evening (from “South Pacific”) (Rodgers & Hammerstein, arr. Ronald Binge)

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  MANTOVANI - By Special Request - Volume II 1940-1951 

Guild GLCD.5113
Castiliana (Reg H. Casson); One Night Of Love (Gus Kahn, Victor Schertzinger); Love Is A Song (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey); Mexican Starlight (Pedro Manilla, alias Mantovani); Nights Of Gladness (Charles W. Ancliffe); Spanish Cocktail - Intro: Spanish Gipsy Dance (Pasqual Marquina),
Adios Conchita (Pedro Manilla alias Mantovani), A Girl Like You (trad.); Our Waltz (David Rose); Siesta - a Rumba Serenade (Ronald Binge); “Song Of Norway” - selection (Edvard Grieg) Intro: Strange Music, Now, Midsummer Eve, Freddie And His Fiddle, I Love You; Valse Septembre (Felix Godin); Tango Bolero (Juan Llossas); Tell Me You Love Me (Ruggiero Leoncavallo, adapted by Sammy Kaye); Hejre Kati (Jeno Hubay); Gipsy Trumpeter (Martin Vicente Darre) featuring Stan Newsome, trumpet; In Waltz Time (Mantovani); La Paloma (Sebastian de Yradier); Oh Mama Mama (L. Conald); One Magic Wish (On An Evening Star) (Richard Addinsell, Kay Twomey); The Spirit Of The Matador (Reg H. Casson); Tango De La Luna (Tango Of The Moon) (Pedro Manilla alias Mantovani); The Choristers (Bernard Phelps) with wordless vocal chorus by Stella Roberta and Jack Plant; Concerto In Jazz (Donald Phillips) featuring Arthur Young, piano

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  MANTOVANI - By Special Request Volume I  

Guild GLCD.5110
Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter); Carriage And Pair (Benjamin Frankel/Purcell); Destiny Waltz (Sydney Baynes); The Way To The Stars - theme from the film (Nicholas Brodszky); Tropical (Morton Gould); Blithe Spirit - Waltz Theme - from the film (Richard Addinsell); Whirlwind (Ronald Binge); September Nocturne (Mantovani) - with Arthur Sandford, piano; The Timbalero - Rumba (Stanley/Borguno/Arres); Passing Clouds (Phil Cardew); Blue Mantilla (Pedro Manilla); Flying Saucers (Bees in the Bonnet) (Dennis Fern) - with Arthur Sandford, piano; El Choclo (Kiss Of Fire) (A Villoldo arr. Barry); Love Here Is My Heart (Adrian Ross/Lao Silesu); When The Lilac Blooms Again (Doelle/Mair); Love’s Roundabout (La Ronde de L’Amour) (Oscar Straus, Ducreux, Purcell); A Media Luz (E Donato); Poeme (My Moonlight Madonna) (Zdenek Fibich); Love’s Dream After The Ball (Alfons Czibulka); Amoureuse (So Madly In Love) (Berger); Chiquita Mia (Paul Remy/Felix King); Love’s Last Word Is Spoken (Bixio/Sievier); Blauer Himmel (Josef Rixner); Suddenly (Im Chambre Separee) (Heuberger/Cochran); The Whistling Boy (Ian Stewart); The Agnes Waltz (Hannah/William/Kennedy)

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  Great British Light Orchestras

Guild GLCD.5104
Kashmiri Song (Woodforde-Finden) - MANTOVANI & HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA


THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  The 1950s Volume I

Guild  GLCD.5103
Festival (Addinsell)

THE GOLDEN AGE OF LIGHT MUSIC  An Introduction 

Guild GLCD.5101
 Out Of This World - theme from the film (Arlen, Mercer)

Vintage Mantovani

Pavilion PAST CD9724
Ragamuffin; Fete in santa lucia; Have you forgotten so soon ?; Madame, you're lovely; You're laughing at me; Spider of the night (Arana de la noche); No more you; In a german beer garden (Lehar); September in the rain; Aromas medocinas; Maracay; Eto nutche; Traumerei; Romany; Speak to me of love; Smoke gets in your eyes; Her name is mary; Rose dreams; Nothing lives longer than love; Serenade; Ten pretty girls
Violin Solo by Mantovani with Piano
Mantovani and his Hotel Metropole Orchestra
Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra

The Master's Voice Noel Coward his HMV Recordings 1928 to 1953

EMI CDP7805832
Sigh No More; Matelot; Nina; Never Again; Josephine (From Ace Of Clubs)
Noel Coward (vocal) with Mantovani conducting the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra,
 with Mantovani Conducting the Cambridge Theatre Orchestra*