Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
10.7 If I Ever Love Again 3:05 The Columbia Years: 1943–1952: The Complete Recordings Frank Sinatra Columbia (imprint owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX; owned worldwide by Sony Music Entertainment since 1991 except in JP) CXK 48673
3.18 If I Ever Love Again 3:03 Frank Sinatra: The Complete Collection (box 3: Bye Bye Baby) Frank Sinatra Disky BX 902369, BX 902370, BX 902371
16.12 If I Ever Love Again 3:04 The Voice - Over Twenty Years in Music 1939-1960 Frank Sinatra Documents 233182

Relationships

recorded in: New York, New York, United States (1949-07-14)
violin: Frederick Buldrini (1949-07-14)
Mac Ceppos (1949-07-14)
Leo Kruczek (1949-07-14)
Felix Orlewitz (1949-07-14)
Sylvan Shulman (1949-07-14)
Jack Zyde (1949-07-14)
cello: Maurice Brown (jazz cellist) (1949-07-14)
viola: Howard Kay (Violin player) (1949-07-14)
Isadore Zir (aka Isadore Zit viola player) (1949-07-14)
drums: Terry Snyder (1949-07-14)
guitar: Anthony Gottuso (1949-07-14)
double bass: Herman "Trigger" Alpert (1949-07-14)
saxophone: Sidney Cooper (1949-07-14)
Art Drelinger (1949-07-14)
Irving Horowitz (1949-07-14)
Nuncio Mondello (1949-07-14)
piano: Bernie Leighton (1949-07-14)
harp: Elaine Vito Ricci (1949-07-14)
French horn: Anthony Miranda (1949-07-14)
arranger: Hugo Winterhalter (1949-07-14)
background vocals: The Double Daters (1949-07-14)
conductor: Hugo Winterhalter (1949-07-14)
orchestra: Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra (1949-07-14)
vocals: Frank Sinatra (1949-07-14)
recording of: If I Ever Love Again (1949-07-14)

If I Ever Love Again

writer: Russ Carlyle (American bandleader and singer)
Dick Reynolds (musician, songwriter, and trombonist best known as arranger for the Four Freshmen)