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The Old Refrain

Kesida - 29.08.2019 - Classic Rock /


  1. This EP was written by The Old Refrain. It was engineered by Branden Mund. It was mixed and mastered by Dustin Speckman.
  2. The old refrain. Other Title(s) Viennese popular song (Subtitle) Arranger. Fritz Kreisler. Conductor. Walter B. Rogers. Lyricist. Alice Mattullath. Tenor vocal. John McCormack. Category. Vocal. Description. Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra. Language. English. Label Name/Number. Victor Matrix Number/Take Number. B/2. Recording Date.
  3. The Old Refrain. Daughters of St. Paul. From the Album Sanctus September 1, $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial.
  4. THE OLD REFRAIN From the musical "The King Steps Out" () (Fritz Kreisler) Recorded by: Deanna Durbin; Nelson Eddy; Andre Kostelanetz & His Orch.; London Promenade Orch.; George Morgan; Rosa Ponselle; Paddy Reilly; Ben Wilmot.
  5. A repeated utterance or theme. [Middle English refrein, from Old French refrain, alteration of refrait, past participle of refraindre, to break off, repeat, from Vulgar Latin *refrangere, to break off, alteration of Latin refringere; see refract.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
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  7. I sing an old refrain, dee-ol-ee-ay. For it recalls to me a bygone day. It takes me back again to meadow's fair. Where sunlight's golden rays beam everywhere. My childhood joys again come back to me. My mother's face in fancy too I see. It was my mother taught me how to .
  8. Shop and Buy The Old Refrain sheet music. violin, piano sheet music book by Fritz Kreisler (): Carl Fischer Music at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (CF.F).
  9. Subject: Lyr Add: THE OLD REFRAIN - DEE-OL-EE-AY From: Joe Offer Date: 16 Jan 01 - AM Somebody posted a request for this song. I found the lyrics on an Internet search and e-mailed it to the requester, but I can't find any reference to this song in the Digital Tradition, the UTK Song Index, at the Levy Sheet Music Site, or at the U.S. Library of Congress American Memory Collection.