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The Wedding Samba

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The Wedding Samba is a samba written by Abraham Ellstein, Allan Small and Joseph Liebowitz and recorded by Carmen Miranda with participation of Andrews Sisters for Decca Records on December 12, 1949.[1]

Originally titled "The Wedding Rhumba", music is part of the soundtrack of the film "On an Island with You" (1948) MGM.[2] The song is based on the melody "Der Nayer Sher", composed by Abraham Ellstein in 1940 and performed by The Barry Sisters.

The song was number #23 in the "Official Top 100 Singles" on the Billboard music chart on January 28, 1950.[3]


  1. ^ "O "it verde e amarelo" de Carmen Miranda (1930-1946)". Tânia da Costa Garcia. Retrieved August 27, 2014.
  2. ^ "Soundtracks: On an Island with You". p. IMDb.
  3. ^ "Hit Records, 1950-1975". David F. Lonergan.

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