The Reproducing Piano - Duo-Art

The great pianists - France

George Gershwin (1898-1937)

The complete edition of piano rolls

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Data di rilascio / release date: [1999?]

Total time: 72'27"

George Gershwin, That certain feeling, from Tip toes [Duo-Art 713214, April 1926] - (2:56)

George Gershwin, Limehouse nights, from Century whirl [Duo-Art 1654, March 1920] - (2:50)

George Gershwin, So am I, from Lady be good [Duo-Art 102625, Semptember 1925] - (4:30)

George Gershwin, Tee-oodle-um-bum-bo, from La-la Lucille [Duo-Art 10023, Semptember 1925] - (2:25)

George Gershwin, Rhapsody in blue, arrangement for solo piano [Duo-Art 68787 and 70947, 1925 and 1927] - (13:37)

I was so young, you were so beautiful, from Good morning, Judge [Duo-Art 10033, October 1919] - (3:35)

George Gershwin, Drifting along with the tide, from George White's scandals of 1921 [Duo-Art 1744(5), October 1921] - (2:31)

George Gershwin, Swanee, from Simbad [Duo-Art 1649, July 1925] - (2:19)

George Gershwin, Kicking the clouds away, from Tell me more [Duo-Art 713122, July 1925] - (3:10)

Jerome Kern, Whip-Poor-Will, from Sally [Duo-Art 1719, April 1921] - (3:18)

Jerome Kern, The land where the good songs go, played four hands with R. Erlebach [Duo-Art 1590, July 1918] - (3:38)

Jerome Kern, Left all alone again blues, from The night boat [Duo-Art Br 0536, September 1923] - (2:10)

Jerome Kern, Who's baby are you, from The night boat [Duo-Art 1667, March 1920] - (2:32)

Jack Shildkret, Male believe [Duo-Art 1718, May 1923] - (3:22)

Richard A. Whiting, Ain't you coming back to Dixieland, four hands with R. Erlebach [Duo-Art Xxxx, September 1917] - (3:05)

Richard A. Whiting, Some Sunday morning four hands with R. Erlebach [Duo-Art 1566, January 1918] - (3:05)

Irving Berlin, For your country and my country, [Duo-Art 1543, September 1917] - (2:30)

Joe Gold, Grieving for you [Duo-Art 1702, January 1921] - (3:06)

Walter Donaldson, Rockabye, Lullaby, Mammy [Duo-Art 1705, January 1921] - (3:34)

Bert Grant, Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon [Pefection player roll, May 1916] - (2:37)