A song from the 1925 musical 'No, No, Nanette' with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Irving Caesar. It is a duet sung by Nanette and Tom in Act II as they imagine their future.
"Tea for Two" became a jazz standard and was recorded by numerous bands and instrumentalists. One famous interpretation of the song is Tommy Dorsey's cha-cha-cha version, top ten in 1958, re-popularized in 2005 by adverts for McVitie's biscuits. Another notable recording was made by Art Tatum in 1939. Pianist Thelonious Monk reharmonized the song and recorded it with a convoluted bebop melody in 1952 calling his composition "Skippy". It was also used, with altered lyrics as the theme tune for BBC sitcom Next of Kin (1995-7). Anita O'Day's rendition of the song at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival was considered one of its highlights.
Una canción de 1925 del musical No, No, Nanette con música de Vincent Youmans y libreto de Irving Caesar. Consiste en un dueto interpretado por Nanette y Tom en el segundo acto y la letra describe el futuro que imaginan juntos.
Softly Jazz: Marina Fainytska (piano), Conchita Castillo (vocals/voz) & Andrij Malyarenko (bass guitar/bajo)
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