1932: The New BBC Dance Orchestra
made its radio debut under the direction of Henry Hall.
Lauderdale and multilingual vocalist China Forbes, Pink Martini are somewhere between a 1930s Cuban dance orchestra
, a classical chamber music ensemble, a Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir.
It also dismisses the vitality of the tap renaissance that began in the 1970s with groundbreaking companies like the Jazz Tap Ensemble and the American Tap Dance Orchestra
But he was a talented musician who also earned money by giving lessons and performing with a dance orchestra
But as Prof Colls explains, he was a talented musician who also earned money by giving lessons and performing with a dance orchestra
After the war he joined the Radio Bremen Dance Orchestra
and was voted Germany's best jazz bassist for three years from 1950.
Michael Law's Piccadilly Dance Orchestra
are heading to Middlesbrough Theatre with their "V" for Victory concert on Sunday.
Back in Huddersfield, Sylvia and Don, together with Dorothy, became the founders of dance band The Clefs and then in 1986 the couple founded the U3A Dance Band, which later became the Honley Dance Orchestra
First there is Dan Donovan with his 1934 version of the "Radio Times" which he sang with Henry Hall and the (wait for it) BBC Dance Orchestra
recruitment of tropical music dance orchestra
of national and international recognition that have obtained as gold and platinum records, day wednesday 18 september to 21:30 hrs.
Great-grandfather Les worked as a singer with Henry Hall and his BBC Dance Orchestra
before signing up to the RAF following the outbreak of war.
Enthusiast Sutton includes the particulars for each pseudonym and recording, which is no small feat in such cases as the Majestic Dance Orchestra
or Eddie Gordon's Band, and also supplies the legal names of performers and the label groups, along with selected references and a performer index.