Scans of issue labels added, sadly without their original centres - they'll do till some better ones come along. Slow-paced, lush easy-listening, with strings sawing away, voices going 'Ahhhhh' in a yearning sort of way, and a few bongos pattering away behind it all. I bet Albinoni didn't put them in his original score. The 'B' sounds like the soundtrack to one of those travelogue films; the part where the Bright Young Things are sweeping down to the sunny beach in their open-top car.
I would have said that I knew this piece, but I found that much of it was new to me. Two thirds of the first side is a wistful feature for cello; after a musical thunderstorm things quieten down. It's only at the start of the second side that a familiar melody breaks through, and the 'Come away, come away with William Tell' bit doesn't happen till halfway through that side. All in all, there's more to it than I thought. A good one for waving your air baton to.