Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra

Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra

Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra

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Top Songs

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Rusty and Dusty
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Somewhere at the Sea
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Some Old Moon
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Hush, Hush, Hush, Here Comes the Bogey Man
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Play to Me, Gypsy

Albums

  • 1936 Vintage Medley: A Fine Romance / The Glory of Love / Music in May / The Waltz in Swing Time / You Started Me Dreaming / Saddle Your Blues To A Wild Mustang / Bye Bye Baby

    Jul 2017 • 1 song

  • Greatest Big Band Hits

    Mar 2013 • 24 songs

  • Singing in the Moonlight, Vol. 3

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Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra

Biography

b. Henry Robert Hall, 2 May 1898, Peckham, London, England, d. 28 October 1989, Eastbourne, Sussex, England. After winning three musical scholarships, Hall studied piano, trumpet and harmony at the Trinity School of Music. In his teens he worked for the Salvation Army, and wrote several marches, one of which, ‘The Sunshine March', he adapted later as his closing BBC radio signature tune, ‘Here's To The Next Time'. After service as an officer in the Royal Artillery in World War I, he formed his own trio, called the Variety Three. When the trio disbanded in 1922, Hall was engage...
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