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Kostelanetz, Andre [WorldCat Identities]
C. B. Hawley
He established himself as a versatile musician in New York. He was bass singer and choir director at the Broadway Tabernacle for 17 years. He had a private studio as a voice teacher and ran The Metropolitan College of Music for 10 years. As a composer, C.
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Hawley concentrated on secular and sacred art songs, publishing at least 50 songs. He also composed a Christmas cantata, The Christ Child , esteemed in its day,  and several part-songs for the Mendelssohn Glee Club.
His musical language is "simple and lyrical" at times,  with more dramatic passages when indicated by the text. Schirmer between and All published by G.
Schirmer unless noted; texts are by the composer unless noted. Kostelanetz was known for arranging and recording light classical music pieces for mass audiences, as well as orchestral versions of songs and Broadway show tunes. He made numerous recordings over the course of his career, which had sales of over 50 million.
For many years, he conducted the New York Philharmonic in pops concerts and recordings, in which they were billed as Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. Kostelanetz may be best known to modern audiences for a series of easy listening instrumental albums on Columbia Records from the s until Kostelanetz actually started making this music before there was a genre called "easy listening". He continued until after some of his contemporaries, including Mantovani , had stopped recording.
Outside the United States, one of his best known works was an orchestral arrangement of the tune "With a Song in my Heart", which was the signature tune of a long-running BBC radio program, at first called Forces Favourites , then Family Favourites , and finally Two Way Family Favourites.
William Walton dedicated his Capriccio burlesco to Kostelanetz, who conducted the first performance and made the first recording, both with the New York Philharmonic.
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He was then married to soprano Lily Pons from to , when the marriage was dissolved. They owned a home in Palm Springs, California which was built in His brother, Boris Kostelanetz — , was a prominent tax defense lawyer. While in Haiti, Kostelanetz contracted pneumonia and died on January 13, , aged Many of the early LP releases were actually re-releases of albums released earlier on 78 rpm records. Musical Comedy Favorites, for example, was released as Volume 1 album M in late for songs 1 through 8, and Volume 2 M in for the remaining 8 songs on the second side of the LP.