The Glenn Miller Story Soundtrack (1954) OST


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    The glenn miller story (1954) Soundtrack

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    AKA spanish:

    Música y lágrimas

    AKA french:

    Romance inachevée

    AKA italian:

    La storia di Glenn Miller

    Tags: Band, Bandleader, Plane, Christmas, Trombone

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Listen The Glenn Miller Story (1954) Soundtrack

The Glenn Miller Story was released in the year 1954, some songs of the official soundtrack are Chattanooga Choo Choo by The Modernaires, Basin Street Blues by Gene Krupa, Adios by Enric Madriguera, American Patrol by F.W. Meacham. Listen the soundtrack online!

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Chattanooga choo choo

The Modernaires: performer
Frances Langford: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
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Basin street blues

Gene Krupa: performer
Louis Armstrong: performer
  

Adios

Enric Madriguera: composer
  

American patrol

F.W. Meacham: composer
  

At last

Harry Warren: composer
  

Bidin' my time

George Gershwin: composer
Ira Gershwin: writer
  

Bridal chorus

Richard Wagner: composer
  

Deck the halls with boughs of holly

Thomas Oliphant: writer
  

Elmer's tune

Elmer Albrecht: composer
  

I know why (and so do you)

Harry Warren: composer
Mack Gordon: writer
  

In the mood

Joe Garland: composer
Andy Razaf: writer
Wingy Manone: writer
  

Little brown jug

Joseph Winner: writer
  

Moonlight serenade

Glenn Miller: composer
Mitchell Parish: writer
  

National emblem

  

Over the rainbow

Harold Arlen: composer
E.Y. Harburg: writer
  

Pennsylvania 6-5000

Carl Sigman: writer
Jerry Gray: composer
  

Santa lucia

Teodoro Cottrau: composer
  

St. louis blues

W.C. Handy: writer
Glenn Miller: music arranger
  

String of pearls

Edgar De Lange: writer
Jerry Gray: composer
  

Too little time

Henry Mancini: writer
  

Tuxedo junction

Erskine Hawkins: composer
Julian Dash: composer
Buddy Feyne: writer

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