Bingtown Brass Band & Others. Tubby The Tuba And Other Stories, Songs, And Marches (LP, Album, Mono).
VHS (Video) - Sony Music Distribution.
Tubby the Tuba" is the title of a 1945 song with lyrics written by Paul Tripp and music composed by George Kleinsinger. The original recording featured Tripp's narration. The second recording, released on the Decca label, was sung by Danny Kaye. The song traces its origins back to World War II, following the attack on Pearl Harbor
Tubby the Tuba (song). Tubby the Tuba" is the title of a 1945 song, whose lyrics were written by Paul Tripp and music composed by George Kleinsinger. The original recording, featured Tripp's narration. The second recording was released on the Decca label, was sung by Danny Kaye. Other versions of "Tubby the Tuba" include a version featuring Mouseketeer Annette Funicello as the narrator; Julia Child did a version of it with changes in the story, under the direction of Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra in 1971; the 1996 release on Angel/EMI Records called Tubby the Tuba and Friends. The orchestral tracks "Tubby the Tuba," "The Story of Celeste," "Adventures of a Zoo," and "Pepo the Piccolo," were recorded by the Radio Orchestra of Bratislava under the baton of Stephen Gunzenhauser.
Album: Kids Classics, 2011. Heute hören Sie Danny Kaye, die "schnellste Klappe" Hollywoods mit einem wunderschönen Märchen. Die Aufnahme dürfte um 1945 entstanden sein.
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