This is a lot of 6 various records.
~ "Chopin By Starlight" by The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra. The copyright is 1957 by Capitol Records. This record features 10 classical songs, including "Nocturne In E Flat Major," "Prelude In A Minor," "Waltz In C Sharp Minor."
~ "Showboat" by Original Cast Album from the Music Theater Lincoln Center. The copyright 1966 by RCA Victor. This record features 13 stage and screen songs, including "Make Believe," "Life Upon The Wicked Stage," and "Why Do I Love You?".
~ "Vive La Marche!" by Paul Paray, Detroit Symphony. The copyright is 1960 by Mercury Records. This record features 8 classical songs, including "Funeral March Of A Marionette," "La Marseillaise," and "Marche Joyeuse."
~ "Speaking Of Love" by Shirley Jones/ Jack Cassidy. The record was produced by Columbia Records. This record features 12 pop songs, including "I'll Follow My Secret Heart," "Try To Forget," and "Will You Remember."
~ "Golden Barber Shop Ballads" by various artists. The record was produced by Decca Records. This record features 12 pop songs, including "When You're A Long Long Way From Home" by the Four Hearsemen, "A Little Street" by the Sun Tones, "For Me And My Gal" by the Sidewinders.
~ "Play The World's Great Standards" by 101 Strings. The copyright is 1957 by Stereo-Fidelity. This record features 10 pop songs, including "Close To You," "You Go To My Head," and "Day By Day."
All records were made in the United States, are 33 RPM, and 12".
These items come in good pre-owned condition. They have not been tested and are being sold as-is.