And the Band Played On - Music from the Maiden Voyage
Most poignantly, 'And the Band Played On' includes the pieces performed by the heroic musicians who continued to play even as the great steamship Titanic sank into the icy waters of the Atlantic.
The movie 'Titanic' reinforced the public's preoccupation with this overwhelming and avoidable disaster - as undoubtedly shall this 2012 anniversary.
- New Light Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jay Wilbur - The Glow Worm
- Mantovani and his Orchestra - Destiny Waltz
- Marian Anderson with Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Collingwood - Softly Awakes My Heart from 'Sams
- Elizabeth Schwarzkopf & Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Otto Ackermann - Vilia from '
- Artur Rubinstein - Nocturne Op.9 No 2 (Chopin)
- Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki - Andante Cantabile (Tchaikovsky)
- Orchestra of La Scala Milan conducted by Tulio Serafin - Intermezzo from 'Cavalleria Rusticana'
- Hans Hotter & Gerald Moore - Schubert's Serenade
- London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Arthur Bliss - Pomp & Circumstance March No 1
- The Roger Wagner Chorale - None But The Lonely Heart
- Paul Robeson & Herbert Dawson - Nearer My God To Thee
- Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Fritz Reiner - Blue Danube Waltz
- Bing Crosby & Mary Martin - Lily of Laguna
- Capitol Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carmen Dragon - Salut D'Amour (Elgar)
- Flanagan and Allen - Shine On Harvest Moon
- Harry Gold and his Pieces of Eight - Alexander's Ragtime Band
- New Century Orchestra conducted by Sidney Torch - Autumn Dream
- The Norman Luboff Choir - Eternal Father, Strong To Save
- The Jesters - And The Band Played On
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