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Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Flight Of the Bumble Bee The Carnival of Venice

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Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Flight Of the Bumble Bee

The Carnival of Venice

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Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Flight Of the Bumble Bee / The Carnival of Venice

Label: Columbia ‎– 36004

A Jazz Masterwork.

Released: 1941

Genre: Jazz

Style: Big Band

A; The Flight of the Bumble Bee

Arranged By – James

Composed By – Rimsky-Korsakov

Featuring, Trumpet – Harry James

B: The Carnival of Venice

Arranged By – Harry James

Composed By – Arban

Credits

Bass – Thurman Teague

Drums – Micky Scrima

Guitar – Ben Heller

Piano – Al Lerner

Saxophone – Chuck Gentry, Claude Lakey, Johnny Mezey, Vido Musso

Trombone – Dalton Rizzotto, Harry Rodgers, Hoyt Bohannon

Trumpet – Al Stearns, Claude Bowen, Harry James, Nick Buono

Violin – George Koch, Sam Rosenblum, Stan Stanchfield, William Schuman

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