Wilhelm Strienz singt und bekannte Orchester spielen Lieder und Melodien von Werner Bochmann, Vol. 3 (1938-1958) Studio Orchestra, Robert Gaden, Wilhelm Strienz, Robert Gaden Orchestra, Odeon Kunstlerorchester, Otto Dobrindt, Will Glahé, Will Glahé und sein Orchester, Werner Bochmann, Berlin Radio Orchestra, Georg Haentzschel, Goldene Sieben Orchestra, Tango Orkesteri Unto, Berlin Radio Choir, Sudwesfunks Symphony Orchestra, Emmerich Smola, Barnabás von Géczy, Barnabás von Géczy and His Orchestra, SWF Radio Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter and His Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter, Bela Sanders und Sein Orchester, Bela Sanders, Studio Chorus, Michael Jary & Die Goldene Sieben und ihr Orchester Classical Music 2013 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Wilhelm Strienz singt und bekannte Orchester spielen Lieder und Melodien von Werner Bochmann, Vol. 3 (1938-1958)

Artist: Studio Orchestra, Robert Gaden, Wilhelm Strienz, Robert Gaden Orchestra, Odeon Kunstlerorchester, Otto Dobrindt, Will Glahé, Will Glahé und sein Orchester, Werner Bochmann, Berlin Radio Orchestra, Georg Haentzschel, Goldene Sieben Orchestra, Tango Orkesteri Unto, Berlin Radio Choir, Sudwesfunks Symphony Orchestra, Emmerich Smola, Barnabás von Géczy, Barnabás von Géczy and His Orchestra, SWF Radio Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter and His Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter, Bela Sanders und Sein Orchester, Bela Sanders, Studio Chorus, Michael Jary & Die Goldene Sieben und ihr Orchester

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 24

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Jube

Tracklist For Wilhelm Strienz singt und bekannte Orchester spielen Lieder und Melodien von Werner Bochmann, Vol. 3 (1938-1958) By Artist Studio Orchestra, Robert Gaden, Wilhelm Strienz, Robert Gaden Orchestra, Odeon Kunstlerorchester, Otto Dobrindt, Will Glahé, Will Glahé und sein Orchester, Werner Bochmann, Berlin Radio Orchestra, Georg Haentzschel, Goldene Sieben Orchestra, Tango Orkesteri Unto, Berlin Radio Choir, Sudwesfunks Symphony Orchestra, Emmerich Smola, Barnabás von Géczy, Barnabás von Géczy and His Orchestra, SWF Radio Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter and His Orchestra, Adalbert Lutter, Bela Sanders und Sein Orchester, Bela Sanders, Studio Chorus, Michael Jary & Die Goldene Sieben und ihr Orchester

Title Artist Time
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Ein ganzer Kerl: Abends in der Studio Orchestra, Robert Gaden & Wilhelm Strienz 3:32 USD 0.99
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Ich liebe dich: Du, schliess d Robert Gaden Orchestra & Robert Gaden 2:05 USD 0.99
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Alle Strassen der Welt Studio Orchestra & Wilhelm Strienz 2:48 USD 0.99
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Quax, der Bruchpilot: Ein Flie Odeon Kunstlerorchester & Otto Dobrindt 3:01 USD 0.99
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Gaucho-Song Wilhelm Strienz & Studio Orchestra 2:36 USD 0.99
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Sophienlund: Mit Musik geht al Will Glahé & Will Glahé und sein Orchester 2:32 USD 0.99
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Vom schicksal verweht: Wie sch Wilhelm Strienz, Werner Bochmann & Berlin Radio Orchestra 2:51 USD 0.99
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Meine Tante-deine Tante: Wenn Will Glahé & Will Glahé und sein Orchester 2:30 USD 0.99
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Kongoexpress: Hinter dieser sc Studio Orchestra, Wilhelm Strienz & Robert Gaden 3:21 USD 0.99
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Die kleine Stadt will schlafen Georg Haentzschel, Goldene Sieben Orchestra & Wilhelm Strienz 3:04 USD 0.99
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Das andere Ich: Eine einsame I Tango Orkesteri Unto & Werner Bochmann 3:07 USD 0.99
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Tausend Schiffe, tausend Maste Studio Orchestra & Wilhelm Strienz 2:23 USD 0.99
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Nachtlied Berlin Radio Choir, Wilhelm Strienz, Werner Bochmann & Berlin Radio Orchestra 3:23 USD 0.99
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Der Fischer vom Heiligensee: I Sudwesfunks Symphony Orchestra, Wilhelm Strienz & Emmerich Smola 2:51 USD 0.99
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Quax, der Bruchpilot: Heimat, Wilhelm Strienz, Berlin Radio Orchestra & Werner Bochmann 3:15 USD 0.99
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Kautschuk: Kautschuk Barnabás von Géczy & Barnabás von Géczy and His Orchestra 3:01 USD 0.99
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Heisse Ernte: Es war ein heiss Emmerich Smola, SWF Radio Orchestra & Wilhelm Strienz 3:41 USD 0.99
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Punks kommt aus Amerika: Gib a Adalbert Lutter and His Orchestra & Adalbert Lutter 2:51 USD 0.99
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Glocken der Heimat Bela Sanders und Sein Orchester, Wilhelm Strienz, Bela Sanders & Studio Chorus 2:39 USD 0.99
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Der grosse Mond SWF Radio Orchestra, Wilhelm Strienz & Emmerich Smola 3:28 USD 0.99
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Himmelhunde: Mit einem Flieger Otto Dobrindt & Odeon Kunstlerorchester 2:43 USD 0.99
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Die alte Segelmarie Wilhelm Strienz, Michael Jary & Studio Orchestra 2:44 USD 0.99
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Spassvogel: Ich lieb' nur eine Barnabás von Géczy and His Orchestra & Barnabás von Géczy 2:57 USD 0.99
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Wunschkonzert: Gute Nacht, Mut Georg Haentzschel, Wilhelm Strienz & Die Goldene Sieben und ihr Orchester 3:07 USD 0.99

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