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Victor Young

Victor Young
Aliases
Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra
Victor Young and His Orchestra
Victor Young and His Serenaders
Victor Young and His Singing Strings
Real name
Albert Victor Young
Born
August 8, 1900
Died
November 10, 1956
Country
United States
IPI
00033413911
00130943691
Comments
Composer, arranger, violinist and conductor.

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
1935 (18 artists)
1957 (91 artists)
1934 (208 artists)
1940 (24 artists)
1940 (4 artists)
1939 (100 artists)
1945 (357 artists)
February 1940 (12 artists)
April 1945 (113 artists)
March 29, 1954 (69 artists)
1955 (3 artists)
January 1954 (11 artists)
1940 Ruth Olay - Orchestra conducted by Jerry Fielding
1954 (3 artists)
1948 (9 artists)
1932 (2 artists)
November 1945 (532 artists)
April 1937 Billy Reid and His Accordeon Band
1939 (5 artists)
(514 artists)
1939 (10 artists)
December 1950 (106 artists)
April 1937 (3 artists)
1936 (7 artists)
1939 (12 artists)
February 1940 (388 artists)
January 1954 (31 artists)

Covers by Victor Young

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1935 (unknown), (unknown)
September 1936 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
August 1950 Jacqueline François avec Paul Durand et son orchestre, Patti Page with Harry Geller & His Orchestra
1941 Hiram Sherman, Frances Mercer, Hollace Shaw, Ralph Stuart
1932 Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
1934 Cecil Fanning
1932 Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
1956 The Chuck Wagon Gang
March 29, 1954 Patti Page
September 1955 Yves Montand
1945 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown)
1955 George Givot
1948 Roy Rogers and The Sons of The Pioneers
June 1955 Les Baxter His Chorus and Orchestra, Felicia Sanders
January 1948 Bing Crosby
1940 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra
1949 Henri Salvador, (unknown)
1941 (unknown)
1940 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Allan Jones & Jeanette MacDonald
1939 Ginger Rogers & Allen Kearns
August 1936 Rudy Vallée
November 1942 Fred Astaire, Adele Astaire & Cliff Edwards
1948 Michael O'Higgins
April 1951 Gertrude Lawrence
1945 Jane Withers
March 1947 [Unknown], Gilbert Fox
1953 Dinah Shore
1945 John Yorke Atlee
1936 The Collegians [US1]
March 1942 Kate Smith - Orchestra under Direction of Jack Miller
1935 Jimmy Carr and His Orchestra
1936 Peerless Quartet
1939 Victor Young and His Orchestra, Vocals under the Direction of Ken Darby
Covered by (12 artists)
1939 Victor Young and His Orchestra, Vocals under the Direction of Ken Darby, Bert Lahr
1931 Waring's Pennsylvanians
1947 Kammersänger Richard Tauber - Begleitung: Dajos-Béla-Künstlerorchester, Jack Smith
1934 Brice Hutchins, Vivian Janis
November 1955 (unknown)
May 1940 Lottie Gee and Chorus
1934 Jan Garber and His Orchestra
1939 Victor Herbert
1951 Mrs. Wm. Asher - Homer Rodeheaver
March 1954 Martha Tilton with Orchestra
1936 (unknown)
April 1936 Freddy Ellis and His Orchestra
1937 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1932 Adrian Schubert & His Orch.
November 1941 Fritzi Scheff
1954 Lawrence Tibbett and Virginia Bruce
1933 William Gaxton and Company
1945 Henry Burr & Albert Campbell
December 1945 Todd Duncan
November 1945 Dick Haymes
1933 William Gaxton, Lois Moran and Ensemble
June 1950 David Leonard, Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra
1938 Mark Andrews [US1], Henry Halstead and His Orchestra
1937 Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Lew Sherwood
1950 (unknown), Dinah Shore with Henry René's Orchestra and Chorus
November 1941 Grete Holm, Lucy Marsh
1941 (unknown)
October 1940 Red Foley
1935 Jack Jackson and His Orchestra
1939 Judy Garland
May 1947 M. Jean Sablon accompagnement d'Orchestre - Au piano Pleyel: Alek Siniavine, Buddy Clark - Orchestra under the Direction of Mitchell Ayres
1950 Georges Ulmer
1935 Lew Stone and His Band
1936 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1953 Richard Hayman Orchestra
June 1950 Joe "Fingers" Carr and The Carr-Hops
1944 Deanna Durbin
1938 Walter Huston
1951 Metropolitan Quartet
1935 Al Jolson
1935 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
1942 Eric Coates and Symphony Orchestra
Covered by (11 artists)
1938 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
1951 Miss Hinkle and Mr. MacDonough
1939 Gertrude Lawrence
1939 Margaret Schilling and Jerry Goff
1950 Mlle Lucienne Boyer
Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ray Turner at the Piano
1939 Al Jolson
1938 Charley Straight and His Orchestra
1935 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1935 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1935 Vittorio De Sica, Henry King and His Orchestra
1933 Bing Crosby with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra
1945 Louanne Hogan & Dick Haymes
June 1950 Anton Karas
Covered by (4 artists)
1953 (unknown)
1933 Judith Allen
1952 (unknown)
1935 Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
November 1955 George Olsen and His Music
1939 Adele Astaire
March 1955 Les Baxter His Chorus and Orchestra
April 1945 Harry James and His Orchestra
1937 Jimmie Rodgers with Lani McIntire's Hawaiians
1953 (unknown)
1947 (unknown), George J. Gaskin
1949 (unknown), Ray Noble and His Orchestra - Vocal chorus Ken Carson & The Noblemen
September 1936 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
1939 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
November 1945 Julia Sanderson and Donald Brian
1934 (unknown), Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Lew Sherwood
1951 Victor Young and His Orchestra
September 1955 Johnny Long and His Chorus and Orchestra
1956 Bing Crosby
1945 Jan Clayton
1941 C. Richard Tauber, Harry Pollack's Club Maurice Diamonds
1936 Tony Martin
June 1952 Victor Young
Covered by (293 artists)
November 1945 Ray Heatherton & Mitzi Green
1941 Helen Morgan
1937 Peggy Wood, Charles Purcell
1940 William Gaxton & Genevieve Tobin
1940 Larry Clinton & His Orchestra
1933 Ethel Merman and Jack Haley
1935 Hal LeRoy & Eunice Healy
May 1940 Hal LeRoy & Eunice Healy

Songs written by Victor Young

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
A Hundred Years from Today Ned Washington, Victor Young, Joe Young [US1] Katherine Perry Covered by (76 artists)
Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere Ned Washington, Victor Young, Lee Wiley Lee Wiley, Bobby Hackett with Joe Bushkin and His Swinging Strings 1951 Covered by (6 artists)
Around the World—Part 1 Victor Young Victor Young 1957 Covered by (91 artists)
A Weaver of Dreams Victor Young, John Elliott Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1951 Covered by (56 artists)
A Woman's Intuition Ned Washington, Victor Young Covered by (15 artists)
Beautiful Love Victor Young, Haven Gillespie, Wayne King, Egbert Van Alstyne Victor Young and His Orchestra with Donald Novis 1934 Covered by (208 artists)
Can't We Talk It Over Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby 1932 Covered by (15 artists)
For Whom the Bell Tolls Victor Young Covered by (2 artists)
Golden Earrings Victor Young, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra October 1947 Covered by (126 artists)
I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby 1933 Covered by (174 artists)
It's Christmas Time Victor Young, Al Stillman Spike Jones October 1956 Covered by (3 artists)
Johnny Guitar Peggy Lee, Victor Young Peggy Lee with Victor Young and His Singing Strings March 29, 1954 Covered by (69 artists)
Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long Victor Young, Sam M. Lewis Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1932 Covered by (7 artists)
Love Is the Thing Ned Washington, Victor Young Ethel Waters 1933 Covered by (12 artists)
Love Letters Victor Young, Edward Heyman Dick Haymes 1945 Covered by (241 artists)
Love Me Tonight Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby 1932 Covered by (6 artists)
My Foolish Heart Ned Washington, Victor Young Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra December 1949 Covered by (483 artists)
Our Very Own Victor Young, John Elliott Covered by (4 artists)
Shadows on the Window Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1932 Covered by (2 artists)
Song of Delilah Victor Young, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston Covered by (24 artists)
Stella by Starlight Victor Young Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ray Turner at the Piano November 1945 Covered by (532 artists)
Street of Dreams Victor Young, Sam M. Lewis Russ Columbo and His Orchestra December 1932 Covered by (143 artists)
Sweet Sue Victor Young, Will Harris Charley Straight and His Orchestra 1928 Covered by (138 artists)
The Call of the Faraway Hills Victor Young, Mack David Covered by (4 artists)
The Medic Theme Victor Young Les Baxter His Chorus and Orchestra February 1955 Covered by (24 artists)
Theme from One Minute to Zero Victor Young Victor Young Covered by (514 artists)
Timberjack Ned Washington, Victor Young The Lancers and Lawrence Welk & His Champagne Music 1955 Covered by Arne Bendiksen og hans cowboys
To Love You (I Only Live to Love You) Victor Young, Mack Gordon Covered by (2 artists)
Where Can I Go Without You? Peggy Lee, Victor Young Peggy Lee and Victor Young and His Singing Strings January 1954 Covered by (31 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Cinema Rhapsodies Victor Young and His Singing Strings 1953 Decca
Decca Presents the Song Hits of Walt Disney's Pinocchio Cliff Edwards - Ken Darby Singers - Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
I Love to Tell the Story - Eight Beloved Gospel Songs Andrews Sisters with Orchestra directed by Victor Young 1951 Decca
Michael Todd's Around the World in 80 Days - Music from the Sound Track Victor Young 1957 Decca
Themes and Songs from The Quiet Man Bing Crosby and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1952 Decca
The Wizard of Oz Victor Young and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Under Western Skies Rex Allen the Voice of the West with Victor Young and His Singing Strings 1956 Decca

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Fine Romance Dixie Lee Crosby and Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra September 1936 Decca
All My Love Bing Crosby with Jeff Alexander Chorus and Victor Young and His Orchestra August 1950 Decca
All the Things You Are Irene Dunne with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
A Perfect Day Victor Young and His Orchestra with Donald Novis 1934 Decca
A Prayer Was Born Charlie Applewhite with Victor Young and His Orchestra June 1955 Decca
A Shine on Your Shoes Victor Young and His Orchestra 1932 Brunswick
Autumn Leaves Victor Young and His Singing Strings September 1955 Decca
Bella notte Peggy Lee with Orchestra directed by Victor Young 1955 Decca
Be My Love Victor Young and His Orchestra December 1950 Decca
Blue Shadows on the Trail Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Choir and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1948 Decca
Call of the Canyon Tony Martin with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
Change Your Mind Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Donkey Serenade Tony Martin with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
Don't Ever Change Helen Forrest with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young 1945 Decca
Empty Saddles Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra August 1936 Decca
Galway Bay Bing Crosby and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1948 Decca
Getting to Know You Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra April 1951 Decca
I Don't Want to Love You Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1945 Decca
I Don't Want to Walk Without You Betty Jane Rhodes with Victor Young and His Orchestra March 1942 Decca
If I Had My Way Gene Austin with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1936 Decca
I Found a Million Dollar Baby Victor Young and His Orchestra with The Boswell Sisters 1931 Brunswick
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1947 Decca
I Like the Likes of You Victor Young and His Orchestra 1934 Brunswick
I'm a Young Cowboy Rex Allen and Victor Young and His Singing Strings November 1955 Decca
I'm Lonesome for You, Caroline Victor Young and His Orchestra 1934 Decca
It's a Sin to Tell a Lie Victor Young and His Orchestra April 1936 Decca
I've Got You Under My Skin Victor Young and His Orchestra with Lee Wiley 1937 Decca
Johnny Guitar Peggy Lee with Victor Young and His Singing Strings March 29, 1954 Decca
Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long - Jazz Nocturne Bing Crosby - Boswell Sisters - Victor Young 1932 Brunswick
Let 'Em Eat Cake Victor Young and His Orchestra 1933 Brunswick
Love Letters Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra November 1945 Decca
Love Theme from the Universal-International Motion Picture The Glenn Miller Story Victor Young and His Singing Strings January 1954 Decca
More Than Anyone Jeff Chandler with Victor Young and His Singing Strings March 1954 Decca
Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen Bing Crosby ass. by Johnny Mercer with Victor Young's Small Fryers 1938 Decca
My Heart Cries for You Victor Young and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
On Behalf of the Visiting Firemen Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
Oregon Trail Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Over the Rainbow Judy Garland with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Passion Tango Victor Young and His Singing Strings 1954 Decca
Red Sails in the Sunset Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Robins and Roses Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1936 Decca
Sam's Song (The Happy Tune) Victor Young and His Orchestra June 1950 Decca
September Song Walter Huston with Victor Young and His Orchestra December 1945 Decca
September Song Walter Huston with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1938 Brunswick
Serenade of the Bells Dick Haymes with Orchestra directed by Victor Young 1948 Decca
She's a Latin from Manhattan Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Shine - Shadows on the Window Bing Crosby and The Mills Brothers - Bing Crosby with Victor Young 1932 Brunswick
Silent Night Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Speak to Me of Love Victor Young and His Singing Strings 1950 Decca
Summertime (Lullaby) Anne Jamieson with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Sweet Sue - Just You Victor Young and His Orchestra with Connie Boswell 1938 Decca
Tell Me That You Love Me Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Thanks Victor Young and His Orchestra 1933 Brunswick
That's for Me Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1945 Decca
The 3rd Man Theme Victor Young and His Orchestra and Chorus and Don Cherry June 1950 Decca
The Angelus Rings Again Tony Martin with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
The Lady in Red Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
The Meadows of Heaven Bing Crosby with Ken Lane Singers and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1949 Decca
Theme from "The Medic" Victor Young and His Singing Strings March 1955 Decca
The More I See You Dick Haymes with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young April 1945 Decca
The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart) Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
The Streets of Laredo Dick Haymes with Orchestra directed by Victor Young 1949 Decca
They Didn't Believe Me - Where or When - Let Him Go - Let Him Tarry Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra - Evelyn Knight November 1945 V Disc
This Little Piggie Went to Market Victor Young and His Orchestra 1934 Brunswick
Too Young - Gotta Find Somebody to Love Patty Andrews with Victor Young and His Orchestra - The Andrews Sisters with Victor Schoen and His Orchestra 1951 Decca
Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona Dick Powell assisted by The Foursome with Victor Young and His Orchestra October 1940 Decca
We'll Rest at the End of the Trail Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1936 Brunswick
What's the Use of Wond'rin' Helen Forrest with Orchestra directed by Victor Young 1945 Decca
When Day Is Done Bing Crosby with Orch. Accompaniment directed by Victor Young 1941 Decca
When I Fall in Love Jeri Southern with Victor Young and His Orchestra June 1952 Decca
When You Wish Upon a Star - I've Got No Strings Cliff Edwards with Victor Young and His Orchestra and The Ken Darby Singers February 1940 Decca
Will You Remember? Victor Young and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
You Do Something to Me Marlene Dietrich with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
You're an Old Smoothie Victor Young and His Serenaders 1933 Brunswick
Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
Around the World Bing Crosby 1957 Decca
But Beautiful Bing Crosby January 1948 Decca
Dolores Bing Crosby 1941 Decca
George Gershwin Songs - Volume 2 various artists 1939 Decca
Going My Way Bing Crosby 1945 Decca
Melody from the Sky Frances Langford 1936 Decca
My Hero Deanna Durbin November 1941 Decca
Nighty-Night Connie Boswell 1941 Decca
Our Common Heritage – Great Poems Celebrating Milestones in the History of America various artists March 1947 Decca
Passing By Tony Martin May 1947 RCA Victor
Say a Pray'r for the Boys over There Deanna Durbin 1944 Decca
Second Souvenir Album Judy Garland November 1942 Decca
State Fair Dick Haymes 1946 Decca
Sweet Heartache Frances Langford April 1937 Decca
The Freedom Train Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1947 Decca
They Didn't Believe Me Dick Haymes 1946 Decca
Victor Herbert Melodies Volume 1 various artists 1939 Decca
What Will I Tell My Heart Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1937 Brunswick
When Did You Leave Heaven? Frances Langford 1936 Decca
Where Can I Go Without You Peggy Lee January 1954 Decca
Zing ! Went the Strings of My Heart Judy Garland May 1940 Brunswick

Tributes

Title Performer Release date Label
Forever Young - The Music of Victor Young Cyril Ornadel and The Starlight Symphony 1967 MGM
Jan Lundgren Trio Plays the Music of Victor Young Jan Lundgren Trio with Special Guests Deborah Brown, Johnny Griffin & Stacey Kent 2001 Sittel
Our Very Own - Melodies of Victor Young Geoff Love and His Orchestra 1957 Columbia
Song of Delilah - The Music of Victor Young Cedar Walton Trio December 15, 2010 Venus Records
The Keith Ingham - Bob Reitmeier Quartet Plays the Music of Victor Young Keith Ingham - Bob Reitmeier Quartet October 1999 Jump Records
Vic Juris Plays Victor Young Vic Juris November 2016 SteepleChase