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"Beautiful Love" is a popular waltz composed by Wayne King, Victor Young and Egbert Van Alstyne with lyrics by Haven Gillespie. It was introduced by the Wayne King Orchestra in 1931. The song has been called the "second favourite number" of King, after the Orchestra's theme song "The Waltz You Saved for Me". Joe Pass performed the song at the Brecon Jazz Festival in 1991 and stated in good jest that he couldn't remember if it was by Victor Herbert, Victor Young or Victor Mature. The song has been recorded by Sophie Milman on her album Take Love Easy in 2009.

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  • "Beautiful Love" is a popular waltz composed by Wayne King, Victor Young and Egbert Van Alstyne with lyrics by Haven Gillespie. It was introduced by the Wayne King Orchestra in 1931. The song has been called the "second favourite number" of King, after the Orchestra's theme song "The Waltz You Saved for Me". As a popular jazz standard, the song is included in the first volume of the Real Book as well as the New Real Book. It appears as Love Theme both in the 1932 film The Mummy, and in the film Hotel Continental, also 1932" . The song was included in the 1989 film Crimes and Misdemeanors by Woody Allen. New York alternative metal band Helmet included a cover version of the song on their 1994 album Betty. When played by jazz musicians, the note in bar 11 is almost invariably given as an E (in D minor). The correct note is F (as sung by Anita O'Day and anyone who recorded the song before jazz took it up). Joe Pass performed the song at the Brecon Jazz Festival in 1991 and stated in good jest that he couldn't remember if it was by Victor Herbert, Victor Young or Victor Mature. The song has been recorded by Sophie Milman on her album Take Love Easy in 2009.
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  • "Beautiful Love" is a popular waltz composed by Wayne King, Victor Young and Egbert Van Alstyne with lyrics by Haven Gillespie. It was introduced by the Wayne King Orchestra in 1931. The song has been called the "second favourite number" of King, after the Orchestra's theme song "The Waltz You Saved for Me". Joe Pass performed the song at the Brecon Jazz Festival in 1991 and stated in good jest that he couldn't remember if it was by Victor Herbert, Victor Young or Victor Mature. The song has been recorded by Sophie Milman on her album Take Love Easy in 2009.
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