An LP jacket that screams, "No budget!!" Cheap jacket, mediocre photo. But I had better luck with the label.
Who is Elliott Everett? A common alias, that's who, on the Halo/Royale/Varsity/Allegro/etc. (Record Corporation of America) labels. Whoever's actually tickling the ivories, he or she is doing a very good job of it, and the settings are right out of the Big Band Era. (Update: the pianist is Kurt Maier. See comments.)
The jacket says 1957, which may or may not be the date of the recordings. The same label name shows up on the jacket and disc, which is often not the case with this label group. However, the tracks were printed on the wrong side (Side A for Side B, and vice versa), so not to worry--things are down to standards. I edited the fifteen tracks into eleven mp3s, then zipped them up.
To the dance-tempo Classics: Classics in Dance Tempo
TRACKLIST Themes from....
PIANO CONCERTO No. 1 in B FLAT MAJ.--Tchaikovsky
SYMPHONY No. 6 in B MIN.--Tchaikovsky
NOCTURNE IN E FLAT--Chopin
ETUDE No. 2 in E--Chopin
POLONAISE IN A FLAT--Chopin
CONCERTO IN A MINOR--Grieg
ROMANCE IN C--Rubinstein
MELODY IN F--Rubinstein
SADKO: SONG OF INDIA--Rimsky-Korsakoff (sic)
PIANO CONCERTO No. 2 IN C MINOR--Rachmaninoff
SONATA IN C--Mozart
HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY No. 2--Liszt