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DISC 1


1. Film Favourites
(a) Star Wars (b) Flashdance…What A Feeling
(c) Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
(d) Somewhere My Love ("Lara’s Theme" from Doctor Zhivago)
(e) Strangers In The Night (f) Spanish Eyes (g) Moonlight Serenade
(h) In The Mood
2. Tales From The Vienna Woods
3. Multi-Orchestral-Organ-Sound
(a) Opus No.1 (b) Take The A Train (c) I’m Always Chasing Rainbows
(d) Lil’ Darlin’ (e) Charmaine (f) Baby Elephant Walk (g) Patricia
(h) Mr Anthony’s Boogie
4. A-Banda
(a) A-Banda (b) Joseph Haydn (c) Johann Sebastian Bach (d) Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart (e) Ludwig Van Beethoven (f) Franz Liszt
(g) Moderner Komponist (h) Hot Club de France
5. Teufelstanz (Devils Dance)
6. St. Louis Blues March

DISC 2

1. Overture From "The Merry Wives Of Windsor"
2. Yokohama To New York
(a) Yokohama Medley (b) San Francisco
(c) Londonderry Air (d) A Foggy Day In London Town
(e) White Rose Of Athens (f) Tulips From Amsterdam
(g) New York, New York
3. Braziliana Medley
(a) Copacabana (b) Black Orpheus (c) Goodbye Sadness
4. My Wunderlich Way
(a) Once Upon A Time In The West (b) Love Me Tender (c) Clair
(d) Tango Italiano (e) I Left My Heart In San Francisco
(f) Sommerwind (g) Something Stupid (h) Yesterday
(i) Solveigs Lied (j) My Way
5. Typically British
(a) Land Of Hope And Glory (b) Auld Lang Syne (c) Amazing
Grace (d) Mull Of Kintyre (e) Doing The Lambeth Walk
(f) Down At The Old Bull & Bush (g) A Nightingale Sang In
Berkeley Square (h) The Ash Grove (i) The White Cliffs Of Dover
(j) Scotland The Brave (k) There’ll Always Be An England
6. Tico Tico

An Evening With

Artist KLAUS WUNDERLICH

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD640

Bar-Code 5060143496400

Availability: In stock

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This release of brand new material goes from 1995 to 1989 with Klaus in his late fifties and at the top of his game (where he sat perched for most of his career). This new double CD has a lot to offer with epic playing throughout its crowd-pleasing pre concert run-through. These tracks were recorded ‘live’ which is quite breathtaking when you listen to the virtually note-perfect twelve to eighteen minute medleys. It all goes to show what a true perfectionist the man was, especially when he only intended them for ‘his ears only’.

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