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The Stripper was composed by Rose and recorded in It was not until its use in the movie Gypsy in that it became a smash hit, as it was originally used as a throwaway B side to his single, Ebb Tide. The Stripper features especially prominent trombone lines, giving the tune its lascivious signature, and evokes the feel of music used to accompany vaudeville striptease artists.
Publicar un comentario. David Rose was one of the most popular and distinctive mainstream instrumental pop composers of the '40s, '50s, and '60s, writing a number of pieces that became part of the nation's collective memory. From "Holiday for Strings" to "The Stripper," his music was usually distinguished by a loose, humorous approach where the strings mimicked voices and the horns and percussion were alternately swinging and supportive.
Post a Comment. David Rose, the composer of "The Stripper," was a composer, songwriter, arranger, orchestra leader, and pianist. David Rose He won four Emmy awards for the music he wrote for many television series, and was the musical director for The Red Skelton Show for 21 years.
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It evinces a jazz influence with especially prominent trombone slidesand evokes the feel of music used to accompany striptease artists. Billboard ranked the record as the 5 song of The tune came to prominence by chance.
Personnel: David Rose dir, arr. Reference: This CD presents David Rose and his orchestra performing 24 tracks written by some of the finest composers in jazz and film music, such as Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington and Cole Porter, to name but a few. David Rose London, Burbank, wrote "The Stripper" for a television show called "Burlesque", starring Dan Dailey but it was forgotten about until a LA radio DJ discovered it and played it constantly until it took off and went on to sell over 2 million copies!