Tea Dance 1920s 30s 40s Vintage Tea Party

February 23, 2017 - Comment

The traditional afternoon or early evening tea dance – or thé dansant as it is sometimes known – is a popular and unique social phenomenon, established in the Victorian era, and subsequently popularised worldwide. Get your dance cards ready for sweeping your partner across the dance floor to 26 delightful vintage tunes. Perfect music for

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The traditional afternoon or early evening tea dance – or thé dansant as it is sometimes known – is a popular and unique social phenomenon, established in the Victorian era, and subsequently popularised worldwide.

Get your dance cards ready for sweeping your partner across the dance floor to 26 delightful vintage tunes. Perfect music for your afternoon or evening tea dances and tea parties.

Track listing:

Reinhardt & Grappelli – Tea For Two

The Ink Spots – Java Jive

Benny Goodman Orchestra – Sugar Foot Stomp

Fats Waller & His Rhythm – My Very Good Friend The Milkman

Jan Savitt & His Top Hatters – Jersey Bounce

Paul Whiteman – Happy Feet

Artie Shaw – Begin The Beguine

The Boswell Sisters and Dorsey Brothers – When I Take My Sugar To Tea

Jimmie Lunceford – For Dancers Only

Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson Orchestra – Sugar

Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra – Flying Home

Frankie Trumbauer with Bix Beiderbecke and Eddie Lang – Singin The Blues

Annette Hanshaw – Lovable And Sweet

The Mills Brothers – Sweeter Than Sugar

Glenn Miller and His Orchestra – I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo

Reinhardt & Grappelli – The Lambeth Walk

Benny Goodman Trio – China Boy

Fred Astaire – Let’s Face The Music And Dance

Reinhardt & Grappelli – It Don’t Mean A Thing – If It Ain’t Got That Swing

Hutch – Moonlight Cocktail

Helen Ward with Benny Goodman Orchestra – Sing Me A Swing Song

Hoagy Carmichael – Rockin Chair

Fats Waller & His Rhythm – Shortnin Bread

Jack Teagarden with Benny Goodman Orchestra – Texas Tea Party

The Bud Freeman Trio – Three Little Words

Sam Costa with Peter York Orchestra – A Nice Cup Of Tea

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