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Author: liszt
Posted: Dec 09 2005 - 09:40 AM
Subject: re: choir und solisten gesucht

die Gesangsmelodie ist von Johann Sebastian Bach: Orchestersuite Nr. 3 in D-Dur BW 1068: Air (Air on the G string).

Unter dem Titel "A whiter shade of pale" als Rocksong in den 60ern von Procol Harum veröffentlicht.

Die vorliegende Einspielung kenne ich leider nicht.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Author: Piet
Posted: Dec 08 2005 - 10:59 PM
Subject: choir und solisten gesucht
Ich habe ein musiktrack bekommen und weiss nicht wer dieses track singt. Ich suche das Choir und auch möchte ich gerne wissen wer die solisten sind.
Die track kan man finden

Hoffentlich gibt es hier jemand der mir helfen kann?


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