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Irving Fields

Irving Fields was first played on NTS on 8 November 2018. Songs played include Our Yiddishe Momme.

Irving Fields (August 4, 1915 – August 20, 2016) was an American pianist and lounge music artist who was born in New York City. Some of his most noteworthy compositions include "Miami Beach Rhumba"; "Managua, Nicaragua"; and "Chantez, Chantez," covered by Dinah Shore in 1957. From November 1, 1954 to January 3, 1955, he and his orchestra appeared on the DuMont Television Network series The Ilona Massey Show, hosted by Ilona Massey.

Fields' most famous album is Bagels & Bongos (1959), recorded for Decca Records with the Irving Fields…

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Our Yiddishe Momme
Milan Loewy, The Mixed Allstar-Choir, Sophie Tucker, Tom Jones, Leo Fuld, The Barry Sisters, Salim Halali, Yossele Rosenblatt, Billie Holiday, Charles Aznavour, Neil Sedaka, Jo Privat, Jan Peerce, Frank Ortega, J.P. Poznansky, Regine Zylberberg, Dean Read, Oscar Strock, Irving Fields, Grigory Klavir, The Moscow Male Jewish Cappella
Judisches Museum Hohenens2014
Our Yiddishe Momme
Milan Loewy, The Mixed Allstar-Choir, Sophie Tucker, Tom Jones, Leo Fuld, The Barry Sisters, Salim Halali, Yossele Rosenblatt, Billie Holiday, Charles Aznavour, Neil Sedaka, Jo Privat, Jan Peerce, Frank Ortega, J.P. Poznansky, Regine Zylberberg, Dean Read, Oscar Strock, Irving Fields, Grigory Klavir, The Moscow Male Jewish CappellaJudisches Museum Hohenens2014
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