|1A2||Alla en el Rancho Grande|
|1A4||I'm An Old Cowhand|
|1A5||The Old Chishelm Trail|
|1B1||There's a Goldmine in the Sky|
|1B2||Home on the Range|
|1B3||South of the Border|
|1B5||Ole Buttermilk Sky|
|2A2||The Streets of Laredo|
|2A3||My Abobe Hacienda|
|2A4||Oh Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie|
|2A5||Round Her Neck She Wears A Yellow Ribbon|
|2B1||When It's Springtime in the Rockies|
|2B2||San Antonio Rose|
|2B3||Buttons and Bows|
|2B5||Deep in the Heart of Texas|
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Includes: A letter from the Longines Society "Songs of the Trail" free record flyer Winter Catalog 1968-1969 from the Longines Society Satisfaction Guarantee Certificate. Matrix, Runout (Record 1 Label Matrix): SYS 5106 (LWS 376).
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The Longines Symphonette was a pre-recorded classical music program broadcast nightly on many Mutual stations from 1943 to 1949. It then moved to CBS where it was heard Sundays at 2pm from 1949 to 1957. The initial conductor was Macklin Marrow, followed for most of the run by Michel Piastro, one-time concert master of the New York Philharmonic. Frank Knight was the program's announcer. The introductory theme was the final movement of Beethoven's 5th Symphony.
Album by The Longines Symphonette. Me and My Arrow by The Longines Symphonette and The Choraliers. is a cover of. Me and My Arrow by Harry Nilsson (1971).
The Longines Symphonette was a pre-recorded classical music program broadcast nightly on many Mutual Broadcasting System stations from 1943 to 1949. It then moved to CBS where it was heard Sundays at 2 pm from 1949 to 1957. The Longines Symphonette Society was a record label that specialized in releasing classic radio programs and multiple-record boxed sets.