With The Organist
Entertains. Including a selection of longer tracks to demonstrate the skill of the organist as arranger.
PHONE [number removed] for programme information and details of organ clubs and societies. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graeme Garden presents a series celebrating some of Britain's best-known and most popular comedians.
4:Morecambe and Wise
A celebration of their funniest sketches and shows. With contributions from Angela Rippon, Barry Norman, Penelope Keith, Ann Hamilton,
Ben Elton, Lenny Henry, Vie Reeves, Harry Hill and Josie Lawrence.
Roland White's radio review: page 39
Richard Niles presents a series which explores the music of six popular arrangers of the fifties and sixties.
2: Bert KaempfertStarting out as an arranger for Polydor, he famously discovered and recorded the then unknown Beatles. His success continued with a string of smash hits like Spanish Eyes,
Strangers in the Night and Swingin' Safari.
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