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Richard Himber & His Orchestra (1934)

 -  Short | Music  -  July 1934 (USA)
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Richard Himber ...
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Joey Nash ...
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Bernhardt & Graham ...
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Virginia McNaughton
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Chanson bohémienne
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Music by J.B. Boldi
Performed by Richard Himber and His Orchestra
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Club Orchestra
4 September 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Roy Mack shoots Richard Himber & orchestra in a series of musical numbers that might have comprised a short set for the band some evening. The big number is Mr. Himber's signature number, "Chanson Bohemienne". The band's vocalist is Joey Nash, who sings a couple of numbers very well -- pretty soapy arrangements, but that's what sold back then.

There's also a dancing couple who are pretty good dancing to a Latin number. Frankly, although I recognize several of the names, there are few top quality soloists -- Bunny Berrigan was supposed to be in the band about this time, but he doesn't show up. Everyone seems more than competent, but the music is not orchestrated for the music fan and no one gets a solo.


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