Performer: The Tiffany Strings. Album Title: Anniversary Waltzes. Free Download The Tiffany Strings - Anniversary Waltzes. Related Tracks or Albums. Anita Harris - Anniversary Waltz. Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - 54 Great Waltzes.
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Tiffany is the debut studio album by American recording pop singer Tiffany. Prior to signing a recording contract with MCA records in 1987, Tiffany Darwish had begun working with manager/producer George Tobin several years earlier, possibly with some of the tracks recorded as early when she was 12 years old. Initially, "Danny" was her first single released from her self-titled studio album; however the single failed to chart
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Schaefer, F. Created, Published. Philadelphia, 1885, monographic. MLA citation style: Schaefer, F. Anniversary Waltzes. Philadelphia, monographic, 1885. Retrieved from the Library of Congress,
Tiffany Darwisch became the youngest female artist to have an album reach Billboard's number one spot with this eponymous debut. Aside from the teen anthem "I Think We're Alone Now," the regretful piano ballad "Could've Been" (both of which went to number one), and the Top Ten single "I Saw Him Standing There," her approach is more country-pop than the dance-flavored music popular at the time.