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Eberle, Ray, 1919-1979 National Library of Poland German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France ISNI National Library of France National Library of Spain

Eberle, Ray Library of Congress/NACO

Ray Eberle American singer Wikidata

VIAF ID: 37101616 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/37101616

ISNI: 0000  0000  5920  3890 

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Adios (2 min 52 s) National Library of France
Along the Santa fe trail National Library of France
Anvil chorus (from II Trovatore) National Library of France
At last (3 min 03 s) National Library of France
Baby me (2 min 38 s) National Library of France
Back to back (2 min 25 s) National Library of France
Beethoven's moonlight sonata (3 min 35 s) National Library of France
Blueberry hill (2 min 46 s) National Library of France
Bobbysox German National Library
Booglie wooglie Piggy (3 min 22 s) National Library of France
Boulder Buff (3 min 30 s) National Library of France
Bugle call rag (2 min 56 s) National Library of France
Caribbean clipper (2 min 38 s) National Library of France
Chattanooga choo choo National Library of France National Library of Spain
Chip off the old block (2 min 39 s) National Library of France
Ciri-biri-bin (3 min 16 s) National Library of France
Cradle song (3 min 36 s) National Library of France
Danny boy (2 min 11 s) National Library of France
Ding-dong, the witch is dead (2 min 30 s) National Library of France
Don't sit under the apple tree National Library of France
Elmer's tune (3 min 12 s) National Library of France
Frenesi (3 min 25 s) National Library of France
Glenn Miller story Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France German National Library
Glenn Miller's original film soundtracks. National Library of Poland Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
golden era of jazz German National Library
I guess I'll have to dream the rest (3 min 12 s) National Library of France
Honor roll of hits, 1938-1939 Library of Congress/NACO
I'll never smile again (2 min 30 s) National Library of France
In the mood National Library of France German National Library
It's always you (3 min 08 s) National Library of France
I've got a gal in Kalamazoo (3 min 19 s) National Library of France
Japanese sandman What's the matter with me ; Let's dance ; Blue room ; Bugle call rag ; Naughty sweetie blues ; My melancholy baby ; Moon love ; Stomping at the Savoy ; Blue moon ; The lamplighter's serenade ; Under a blanket of blue Library of Congress/NACO
Jingle bells (3 min 21 s) National Library of France
Johnson rag National Library of France
Juke box saturday night National Library of France
Keep them flying (2 min 54 s) National Library of France
Kiss polka (2 min 49 s) National Library of France
Lamplighter's serenade (2 min 54 s) National Library of France
Lieder National Library of Spain
Little man who wasn't there (3 min) National Library of France
Make believe ballroom time Library of Congress/NACO
Moonlight cocktail (3 min 19 s) National Library of France
Moonlight serenade Perfidia ; Wonderful one ; Love with a capital you ; Down for the count ; Bless you Library of Congress/NACO
My blue heaven (3 min 11 s) National Library of France
My melancholy baby (3 min 12 s) National Library of France
My prayer (3 min 10 s) National Library of France
Nearness of you (3 min 16 s) National Library of France
nightingale sang in Berkeley Square National Library of France
On a little street in Singapore (2 min 40 s) National Library of France
One I love (3 min 22 s) National Library of France
original sounds of the swing era German National Library
Our love affair National Library of Spain
Over the rainbow (2 min 25 s) National Library of France
Perfidia (3 min 18 s) National Library of France
¡Por fin! At last : foxtrot con refrán cantado de la película, Viudas del jazz National Library of Spain
Rainbow rhapsody (3 min 17 s) National Library of France
Ray Eberle sings and plays "Music of today--" The Glenn Miller way. Library of Congress/NACO
Runnin'wild (2 min 39 s) National Library of France
Say it (2 min 42 s) National Library of France
SERENADE IN BLUE National Library of France National Library of Spain
Skylark (3 min 26 s) National Library of France
Slow freight (3 min 10 s) National Library of France
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue music in the style made famous by Glenn Miller. Library of Congress/NACO
Song of the Volga boatmen National Library of France
St Louis blues march National Library of France
Stairway to the stars (from Park Avenue Fantasy) National Library of France
Story of a starry night (3 min 23 s) National Library of France
STRING OF PEARLS National Library of France
Sunrise serenade National Library of France
Sweet Eloise (3 min 06 s) National Library of France National Library of Spain
Sweeter than the sweetest (3 min 31 s) National Library of France
Take the a train (3 min 22 s) National Library of France
Tuxedo junction National Library of France
I wanna hat with cherries (2 min 24 s) National Library of France
I want to be happy (3 min) National Library of France
When Johnny comes marching home (3 min 03 s) National Library of France
Who's sorry now ? (3 min) National Library of France
Woodpecker song (2 min 29 s) National Library of France
Yes, my darling daughter (2 min 27 s) National Library of France
You stepped out of a dream (2 min 58 s) National Library of France
Yours is my heart alone (2 min 58 s) National Library of France

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