This multi-colored, kaleidoscopic series of musical impressions was written - with the exception of "Separate Tables" - by Anthony Tamburello and recorded in London in the 400-year-old Friends Meeting House in 1958. The recording features an orchestra organized by the New York based Everest Records label - pioneers in the field of audiophile stereo recordings in the late 1950's and early 60's. Tamburello was born in New York, February 4, 1921. He began playing piano at thirteen and for several years gained varied professional experience from night clubs and society parties. Since the late 1940's, Tamburello has specialized as a vocal coach, and among his many famous pupils have been Tony Bennett, Tommy Leonetti and Marilyn Maxwell. All selections newly remastered.