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Hot violins

Hot violins [sound recording].
[Australia] : ABC Records, p1988.

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Additional Authors
  • Venuti, Joe.
  • South, Eddie.
  • Hayes, Clifford.
  • McKenzie, Red, 1899-1948.
  • Trumbauer, Frank.
  • Grappelli, Stéphane.
  • Paradise, Joe.
  • Bookin, Laurie.
  • Rignold, Hugo.
  • Caceres, Emilio, 1897-1980.
  • Smith, Stuff.
  • Coleman, William G.
  • Warlop, Michel, 1911-1947.
  • Siday, Eric.
  • Leopold, Reg.
  • Dixieland Jug Blowers. prf
  • Hot Club de France. Quintette. prf
  • Joe Venuti's Blue Four. prf
  • Onyx Club Boys (Musical group). prf
1 sound disc : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Series Statement
Robert Parker's the golden years in digital stereo
  • Originally released on 78 rpm monaural discs; digitally recreated in stereo.
  • Compact disc.
  • Program notes ([6] p.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded between Dec. 10, 1926, and Dec. 21, 1937, in New York, Chicago, London and Paris.
The wild cat (Joe Venuti Trio, with Joe Venuti, violin) -- Mama Mockingbird (Eddie South & his orchestra, with Eddie South, violin) -- Boodle-am shake (Dixieland Jug Blowers, with Clifford Hayes, violin) -- My syncopated melody man (Red McKenzie & his Music Box, with Joe Venuti, violin) -- Manhattan rag (Frankie Trumbauer & his orchestra, with Joe Venuti, Mattie Malneck & Kurt Dieterle, violins) -- Nagasaki (Eddie South & his orchestra, with Eddie South, violin) -- Ain't misbehavin' (Quintette of the Hot Club of France, with Stéphane Grappelli, violin) -- Limehouse blues (Joe Paradise & his Music, with Laurie Bookin, violin) -- Calling all keys (Hugo Rignold Quintet, with Hugo Rignold, violin) -- Nothing but notes (Joe Venuti & his Blue Four, with Joe Venuti, violin) -- I got rhythm (Emilio Caceres Trio, with Emilio Caceres, violin) -- Onyx Club spree (Stuff Smith & his Onyx Club Boys, with Stuff Smith, violin) -- Bill Street blues (Bill Coleman & his orchestra, with Stephane Grappelli, violin) -- Serenade for a wealthy widow (Michel Warlop & his orchestra, with Michel Warlop, violin) -- Honeysuckle Rose (Eric Siday & Reg Leopold, violins) -- Fiddle blues (Eddie South Quartet, with Eddie South & Stéphane Grappelli, violins).
Call Number
*LDC 4612 (F)
93714958 /R
  • 28503398
  • 28503398
  • NYPG94-R1180
Hot violins [sound recording].
[Australia] : ABC Records, p1988.
Robert Parker's the golden years in digital stereo
Various performers.
Recorded between Dec. 10, 1926, and Dec. 21, 1937, in New York, Chicago, London and Paris.
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Added Author
Venuti, Joe. Performer
South, Eddie. Performer
Hayes, Clifford. Performer
McKenzie, Red, 1899-1948. Performer
Trumbauer, Frank. Performer
Grappelli, Stéphane. Performer
Paradise, Joe. Conductor
Bookin, Laurie. Performer
Rignold, Hugo. Performer
Caceres, Emilio, 1897-1980. Performer
Smith, Stuff. Performer
Coleman, William G. Performer
Warlop, Michel, 1911-1947. Performer
Siday, Eric. Performer
Leopold, Reg. Performer
Dixieland Jug Blowers. Performer
Hot Club de France. Quintette. Performer
Joe Venuti's Blue Four. Performer
Onyx Club Boys (Musical group). Performer
Publisher No.
836 049-2 ABC Records
Research Call Number
*LDC 4612 (F) Program notes on file.
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