Great American Songbook

Around the time The King’s Singers was starting up, one of the most productive periods of song-writing in history was coming to a close in America, starting with composers such as Gershwin, Kern, Berlin and Porter in the early 1920s, and continuing through to the early 1960s. In this new double album—featuring brand new a cappella arrangements by jazz composer and arranger Alexander L’Estrange, and swing-orchestra performances with the South Jutland Symphony Orchestra—The King’s Singers bring their own unique performance style to this wonderful music.

SIGCD341  91 minutes 42 seconds (2 discs)
'This two-disc release comprises a cappella plus orchestral accompaniment from the South Jutland Symphony Orchestra. The King’s Singers bring their unique style to some of the most beloved hits from t ...