9 thoughts on “ Troise And His Mandoliers - Play To Me, Gypsy (CD)

  1. 26 rows · Famous in the s, there is little on CD of Pasquele Troise & His Mandoliers, with vocalist Don Carlos (who was Irish).Luckily for fans of gypsy-inspired folk music, Sanctuary Records released a song compilation of some of his pieces, including "Dark Eyes," "Gipsy Moon," "La Paloma," "A Café in Vienna" and Enrico Toselli's "Serenata." It's music that reminds you of black-and-white films 7/
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  4. Troise and his Mandoliners Play to Me, Gypsy (Living Era) $ OK, I know I am going to get mugged by the world music police for this one. The cover is atrocious, and the music is dated, but I just can't resist things like mandolin orchestras, and this 'period piece,' cafe-style music recorded in London the s by Italian-born Londoner Pasquale Troise and his small orchestra of mandolins.
  5. Apr 04,  · Video of the song "Play to me, Gypsy" from a 78rpm record. Played of "Troise and his Mandoliers". Label: Rex A. Music taken with a microphone. What you hear is the original sound from the old record.
  6. Troise and His Mandoliers - Nights of Gladness- VAR91 Troise and his Mandoliers toured the variety theatres thoughout the s, providing their cheerful music, all arranged by Troise himself. During the s they made numerous recordings as Troise and the Banjoliers as part of the wartime Music While You Work series.
  7. When 'Music While You Work' was introduced in , Troise was an obvious choice as a dispenser of bright and cheerful music and made his first appearance in September of that year. After four performances by the Mandoliers, however, it was decided that the Banjoliers were more suited to the programme, banjos apparently being more audible than.
  8. Vinyl and CD Discography; Credits In The Hills Of Colorado (as Towers) Troise And His Mandoliers - Play To Me, Gypsy / In The Hills Of Colorado ‎ (Shellac, 10") Rex: UK: Sell This Version: FB Carroll Gibbons And The Savoy.

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