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Sunrise Serenade - Glenn Miller - Glenn Miller - The Story (25 Phonographic Memories) (CD)

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  1. Watch the video for Sunrise Serenade from Glenn Miller's Success De Glenn Miller for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  2. Jun 28,  · I received a Glenn Miller CD in a box of goods from an estate auction. I have always loved "In the Mood" by Glenn Miller. My folks played a lot of music as a child. Naturally, as it was a 2-CD set, but missing 1 CD, "In the Mood" was also missing. So, I ordered this CD, and I am very happy w/ it/5().
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  3. Sunrise Serenade was originally released in on the RCA Bluebird label as the flipside to Moonlight Serenade, and the record became a huge hit for the Miller band. The original Miller chart was by Bill Finegan, first written for only 6 brass and later adapted for 8.
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  4. Miller Memories A1: Moonlight Serenade: A2: A String Of Pearls: A3: At Last: A4: The Nearness Of You: A5: Perfidia: A6: Little Brown Jug: A7: Polka Dots And Moonbeams: B1: Sunrise Serenade: B2: I Know Why: B3: Londonderry Air: B4: Contains a booklet with historical information and photos of Glenn Miller. Made in the EEC.
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  5. 7" Single on 45cat: Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade / Sunrise Serenade - RCA Victor Gold Standard - USA -
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  6. Print and download sheet music for Sunrise Serenade by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. Sheet music arranged for Easy Piano in C Minor. SKU: MN
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  7. The Golden Years set has been one of my favorites for several years, but I decided I wanted more Glenn Miller, so I recently purchased the 10 CD set: In The Mood (Ten CD Set). The first couple of tracks on the 10 CD set have a bit more static than on the equivalent tracks of the Golden years set, but other than that, the sound quality is essentially the same/5(52).
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  8. Glenn Miller Sunrise Serenade records, LPs and CDs.
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  9. The German paper 'Bild' in a story by journalist Udo Ulfkoutte, put forward a theory that Glenn Miller died in a Paris brothel and that a plane crash was a mere cover-up. His name is mentioned in the famous theme song to All in the Family ().
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