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The Dorsey Brothers Concert Orchestra
discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Lover, Come Back To Me Part 1
(Hammerstein II / Romberg)
4-3-1929 New York, New York Okeh
41223
Lover, Come Back To Me Part 2
(Hammerstein II / Romberg)
4-3-1929 New York, New York Okeh
41223
Was It A Dream? Part 1
(Coslow / Speir / Britt)
7-16-1928 New York, New York Okeh 41083
Was It A Dream? Part 2
(Coslow / Speir / Britt)
7-16-1928 New York, New York Okeh 41083
Was It A Dream? (12 inch)
(Coslow / Speir / Britt)
7-16-1928 New York, New York Okeh

The Dorsey Brothers Concert Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Smith Ballew Vocals
Mickey Bloom Trumpet
Arnold Brilhart Alto Saxophone
Ollie Boyd Clarinet
Nate Brusiloff Violin
Joe Crossants Oboe
George Crozier Arranger
Charles Dondron Vibraphone
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tommy Dorsey Trombone, Trumpet
Saxie Dowell Vocals
Al Duffy Violin
Skinny Ennis Vocals
Fuzzy Farrar Trumpet
Max Farley Alto Saxophone, Flute
Sam Freed Violin
Bill Green Tenor Saxophone
Jack Hansen Tuba
Murray Kellner Violin
Hal Kemp Vocals
Stan King Drums
Manny Klein Trumpet
Irving Kohn Oboe
Leo Kroucrick Violin
Eddie Lang Guitar
Carl Loffler Trombone
Leo McConville Trumpet
Glenn Miller Trombone
Chauncey Morehouse Vibraphone
Jimmy Mullen Bass
Phil Napoleon Trumpet
Eugene Ormandy Conductor
Sam Rates Violin
Phil Raines Basoon
Justin Ring Conductor
Arthur Schutt Piano
Hank Stern Tuba
Joe Tarto Tuba, Bass

 

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