CARNIVAL OF VENICE

Latest update on 01/03/2014

Artist: Charles P. Lowe
Author: Charles Dancla
Label: Columbia
Year: 1895

The author was a French violin virtuoso (1817-1907). Popular brassband tune, sometimes credited to J. Bellak.

Covers:

1922:

Bromm Kyryl

1941:

Harry James

1965:

Al Hirt

1984:

Lodewijck Van Avezaath [as Verrek, Zeg Kerel Ben Jij 't; carnival hit NL]

1995:

Nena [as children song Mein Hut, der hat drei Ecken]

1998:

André Rieu [and in '09 in German]

Also by Louis Armstrong & Danny Kaye, Horace Heidt, Harry James and The Mills Brothers as A Carnival In Venice. Novelty hit How Much Is That Doggie In The Window (see there) follows a very similar melody line.

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