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August 21, 2019



In 88, ‘Requiem’, by The London Boys,

made the Top 4, on Wea.

And in 03, ‘The Opera Song (Brave New World)’,

on Direction, gave Jurgen Vries featuring CMC, a Top 3.


In 85, ‘Live Is Life’, for Opus,

settled at No.6, on Polydor.

And in 02, ‘One Fine Day’, on Sony Classical,

for The Operababes, made No.54.


In 54, ‘Moonlight Serenade’, peaked at No.12,

for Glenn Miller, on HMV.

And in 01, Lullaby, On Virgin,

reached No.12, for Melanie B.


In 67, ‘Excerpt From A Teenage Opera’,

gave Keith West a Top 2, on Parlophone.

And in 77, ‘Fanfare For The Common Man’, on Atlantic,

also saw ‘Emerson, Lake & Palmer, in the Top 2 zone.


In 76, ‘Requiem’, on Bell,

for Slik, reached No.24.

And in 86, ‘The Phantom Of The Opera, made No.7,

for Sarah Brightman & Steve Harley, on Polydor.


In 56, ‘Autumn Concerto’, peaked at No.18,

for The George Melachrino Orchestra, on HMV.

And in 92, ‘Sympathy’, climbed to No.66,

for Donell Rush, on ID.


In 75, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, gave Queen,

a platinum-selling No.2, on EMI.

And in 76, ‘Aria’, saw Acker Bilk, his Clarinet & Strings,

in the Top 5, on Pye.


In 66, ‘Rhapsody in The Rain’, on MGM,

took Lou Christie to No.37.

And in 77, ‘Rhapsody’, on Warner Brothers,

for The Four Seasons, also peaked at No.37.


In 65, ‘A Lover’s Concerto’, climbed to No.5,

for The Toys, on Stateside.

And in 66, ‘I Hear A Symphony’, on Tamla Motown,

gave The Supremes, a US No1 and UK No.39 ride.


In 59, ‘Ragtime Cowboy Joe’, on London,

gave David Saville & The Chipmunks, a No.11.

And in 05, ‘Adagio For Strings’, on Nebula,

for DJ Tiesto, made No.7.


written by Harriet Blackbury


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