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And Glenn Miller had no intention of leading a jazz band, despite the presence in his personnel of such fine ...

Glenn Miller - In The Mood [HQ]

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Big band leader Glenn Miller went missing in 1944.

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“OF ALL the outstanding popular dance bands, the one that evokes the most memories of how wonderfully romantic it all was, the one whose music people most ...

The Best of Glenn Miller and His Orchestra

Glenn Miller Orchestra

GLENN MILLER BAND (TEX BENEKE) - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 279852

This schedule sounds promising, but in actuality Glenn was losing money along the way. His wife Helen was having serious health problems, ...

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Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller at Carnegie Hall 1939: The Battle of the Big Bands

Glenn Miller

The Original Reunion Of The Glenn Miller Band

(Collector's Choice) Vintage Glenn Miller Vinyl Record

“Moonlight Serenade” The Glenn Miller Orchestra LIVE! at The Strand Theater

Tex Beneke with the Glenn Miller Band - later led a successful tribute band

Glenn Miller Orchestra

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Glenn Miller, playing the trombone (C) Getty

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Benny Goodman

“In the Mood” (1938) Edgar Hayes and (1939) Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller discography

BIG BAND: The Glenn Miller Orchestra ensemble includes 17 musicians and five vocalists.

Major Glenn Alton Miller. He initially served as assistant in special services officer for the

Ray Eberle, Glenn Miller, Marion Hutton, & Tex Beneke

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1939 sheet music cover, "Introduced by Glenn Miller", Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co., New York

Moonsheet.jpg. 1939, Robbins Music. Song by Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller played Broadway in 1930

100 Years Of Jazz Clarinetist Artie Shaw

Glenn Miller with his Trombone

Glenn Miller (1904 – 1944), American big band musician, arranger, composer

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Big Band Classics

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Glenn Miller

The Glenn Miller Story Photo at AllPosters.com

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Glenn Miller.........yah he was a hottie

Moonlight serenade / Linscheid plays with Glenn Miller Orchestra

Glenn Miller-"A String Of Pearls"

Glenn Miller looks over music while leading the U.S. Army Air Forces band in Bedford, England.

Glenn Miller - Over the Rainbow

Occupation(s) Bandleader, Musician, Arranger, Composer Associated acts Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Modernaires, Beryl Davis Died December 15, 1944, ...

“Star Dust” (1940) Glenn Miller. “

1941 sheet music cover featuring Glenn Miller, Leo Feist, New York.

Glenn Mother & Helen

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Tommy Steele doesn't try to be The Glenn Miller Story - Palace Theatre Manchester

First gold record award for "Chattanooga Choo Choo" is presented to Glenn Miller by W. Wallace Early of RCA Victor with announcer Paul Douglas on far left, ...

Shep Fields and Tex Beneke, Glen Island Casino, New York, N.Y., May

Glenn Miller Autograph Signed Photo - vintage blue ink autograph of legendary musician and bandleader Glenn Miller on an excellent sepia photo Many

"LITTLE BROWN JUG" BY GLENN MILLER

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The Orchestra follows this up with 1942's “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” and then, one of Glenn Miller's signature songs — his 1940 hit that topped the ...

The Glenn Miller Story

Monument in Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut. Miller ...

Glenn Miller - America's Musical Hero (3/5)

Glenn Miller - Glenn Miller The Popular Recordings, 1938-1942 - Amazon.com Music

Buddy De Franco-1923 to 2014: Clarinet Pioneer Glenn Miller, Jazz Artists,

Glenn Miller

THE GLENN Miller Orchestra, a world-renowned musical group, is supporting local arts

Ray Eberle & The Modernaires with Glenn Miller

GLENN MILLER BAND (TEX BENEKE) - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH 03/19/1974 - HFSID 47481

Artie Shaw: King of the Clarinet. Oboe · Bassoon · David Sanborn · Glenn Miller ...

Glenn Miller

Listeners enjoy the wah-wah of the muted brass and the smooth sound of the woodwinds. Singing and swinging to the infectious melody, the audience cheerfully ...

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Hilscher and the Orchestra follow that up with “Little Brown Jug” — a rollicking swing version of the well-known 1869 folk tune— arranged for the band in ...

Benny Goodman portrait - 300

Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Wil Salden - St. Louis Blues March

Big Band Library: Glenn Miller: "A Memorial, 1944-2004" Swing

Counting off a jazzy version of Roy Anderson's holiday classic, “Sleigh Ride,” Hilscher directs the band to swing!

... (1910-2004) was one of most famous and successful “big band” leaders of the 1930s and 1940s, along with Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, and Glenn Miller.

Glenn Miller

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Jimmy Stewart with Glenn Miller's widow Helen on the set of “The Glenn Miller Story”, 1954

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Johnny Desmond With Glenn Miller - Poinciana.-

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The Glenn Miller Orchestra's musical director Rick Gerber.

1928 - Later in 1938 he was the first to bring jazz to Carnegie Hall and to lead a nationally recognized "mixed" band, of white and "negro" jazz musicians.

Glenn Miller (1904-1944) was an American jazz musician (trombone),

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Glen Miller Story - 1954 - starring James Stewart as Glen Miller - also starring June Allyson - - The biography of the Bandleader Glenn Miller from his ...

Glenn Miller Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade

My Last Goodbye - Glenn Miller

The Glenn Miller Orchestra LIVE! at the Grunin Center

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