Pryor's Band - The Warblers Serenade / The Whistler And His Dog download flac
The Whistler and His Dog Music by Arthur Pryor Arthur Pryor's Band Whistling by Harry MacDonough and S. H. Dudley Recorded May 6, 1913, Camden New Jersey.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download.
The Whistler and His Dog. by. Arthur Pryor's Band. The Whistler and His Dog, the Warbler's Serenade. Main genre: Easy Listening. Was sampled in 1 song. Hook, Riff Soundtrack. Mister Softee (Jingle and Chimes) by Mister Softee (1960). Composer: Arthur Pryor.
Arthur Pryor's best-known composition, The Whistler and His Dog, exists in a variety of forms. This arrangement is largely based off of the concert band version, and can be used to feature an E-flat clarinet soloist. Whimsical and fun for both players and audience! Scored for E-flat clarinet; four clarinets; alto clarinet, basset horn or clarinet 5; bass clarinet; contrabass or contralto clarinet or string bass; optional snare drum, bass drum and cymbals; optional glockenspiel.
LyricsThe Whistler and His Dog.
Album: The Golden Age of Light Music: Bandstand in the Park - Volume 2. Arthur Pryor, Black Diamonds Band, n/a: best 2 tracks. Chasing Skies, n/a - Shine Like Kaleidoscopes (As Heard On) Hollywood Heights - Music from the Hit Tv Show, 2012 03:21. Albert Pratz on Violin) The Golden Age of Light Music: String Fever, 2008 03:25. Artist: n/a Arthur Pryor Black Diamonds Band.
I hope I have the opportunity to see them live at some point. Boy, is this a fun album! I bought it specifically for the Whistler and His Dog, one of those tunes that everyone has heard and can't identify. The rest of the album is just as much fun. This takes us back to a time when American music was optimistic and we weren't trying to be hoods in the hood. This was the time of the building of the Panama Canal and still annexing new States to the Union. Listen to the samples and see if you don't get a smile on your face from this upbeat and long-disappeared style of music.
The Dalton Academy Warblers are a fictional a cappella glee club from the private school Dalton Academy, located in Westerville, Ohio. They were first introduced in the Glee television episode "Never Been Kissed". The episode also introduced recurring guest star Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson, lead singer and junior member of the group.
Arthur Willard Pryor (September 22, 1869 – June 18, 1942) was a trombone virtuoso, bandleader, and soloist with the Sousa Band. He was a prolific composer of band music, his best-known composition being "The Whistler and His Dog". In later life, he became a Democratic Party politician from New Jersey, who served on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders during the 1930s.
Mckenzie and His Dog The Music World Singers. The Artist and His Dog Haust. The Dog And His Shadow (Kids Story) Hits For Kidz. Yellow Dog Blues Billy Banks And His Orchestra. Walking the Dog Eddie Lang and His Orchestra. Gary Brooker, A Salty Dog Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band. The Whistler & His Dog House Bob Haggart. You Dog (Remastered) Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. The Gardener And His Dog (Kids Story) Hits For Kidz. Life Of Fortune And Fame Sly & The Family Stone. The Orphan Boy and His Dog Reg Poole. Pryor: The Whistler And Hit Dog 1st Classic. The Watchman and His Dog John Ammed Williams. Rocco the Policeman (And His Dog) Ashley Park. Wives And Lovers Toots Thielemans.
|A||The Warblers Serenade|
|B||The Whistler And His Dog|
- Manufactured By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Hawkes & Son
- Whistling – Billy Murray, Margaret McKee
NotesLabel variation to The Warbler's Serenade / The Whistler And His Dog
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A label): 4-300
- Matrix / Runout (B label): 4-301
- Matrix / Runout (A stamped): A1382^ OR 4-300 7
- Matrix / Runout (B stamped): A2902^ PG 5-301 23
|19869||Arthur Pryor's Band||The Whistler And His Dog (Shellac, 10", RE)||Victor Red Seal||19869||US||1937|
|B 2373||Pryor's Band*||The Warbler's Serenade / The Whistler And His Dog (Shellac, 10")||His Master's Voice||B 2373||UK||1926|
|19869||Arthur Pryor's Band||The Whistler And His Dog / The Warbler's Serenade (Shellac, 10")||Victor||19869||US||1926|