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  1. Tygomi

    Importantly, Donkey Serenade was the record that saw us finally wipe the crippling debt the band had accumulated over the first ten years of our existence. It really marked the advent of us making strong decisions at management, marketing and merchandising levels and significantly it was a really fun record to play and one we were really proud of.
  2. Balabar

    Print and download in PDF or MIDI The Donkey Serenade - Frimal-Stothart. Free Sheet music for Accordion. Made by nquick.
  3. Doutilar

    The Donkey Serenade Written-By – Forrest*, Stothart*, Wright*, Friml* B: Giannina Mia Written-By – Otto Harbach, Rudolf Friml: Companies, etc. Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc. Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Camden; Credits Conductor.
  4. Shall

    Jones, of Welsh ancestry, starred in many film musicals during the s and s. The best-known of these were Show Boat (), and The Firefly () (in which he sang the popular "The Donkey Serenade"). However, he is now best remembered as the romantic straight man to the Marx Brothers in their first two MGM productions, A Night at the.
  5. Tygora

    "The Donkey Serenade" from the film version of The Firefly, "The Mounties" and "Indian Love Call" are still frequently heard, often in romantic parody or comic situations. His piano music is also often performed. In , Friml performed in a special concert at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco. As he often did in his concerts, he began the.
  6. Gakree

    The movie The Firefly () produced the song "Donkey Serenade", which became Jones's signature song. Jones was relegated to minor roles at MGM after this. He moved to Universal Studios in , and he starred or appeared in several B musicals there and at Paramount.
  7. Tauktilar

    Mario Lanza – The Donkey Serenade Lyrics. There's a song in the air, But the fair senorita Doesn't seem to care For the song in the air. So I'll sing to the mule If you're sure she won't think that I am just a fool Serenading a mule. Amigo mio, does she not have a dainty bray?
  8. Kigazshura

    The melodic material to this song was first used by Rudolf Friml in a piano piece, Chanson, which was later renamed Chansonette (). When Friml's successful operetta The Firefly was adapted to the screen in , he fashioned this song, "Donkey Serenade," from Chanson. He received assistance in the endeavor from composer Herbert Stothart.
  9. Golar

    Donkey Serenade is an independent album released by Australian rock band Weddings Parties Anything comprising four cover versions (Canada's The Lowest of the Low's "Rosy and Grey", Bob Dylan's "If You Gotta Go", Strange Tennants' "Grey Skies" and The Triffids' "Wide Open Road"), four new songs written or co-written by Michael Thomas and a couple of old songs re-recorded, "Nothing Left to Say".

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