A1 Carmen-Marsch aus "Carmen" (Bizet) A2 Mond-Chor aus "Die lustigen Weiber v. Windsor" (Nicolai) A3 Gefangenen-Chor aus "Nabucco" (Verdi) A4 O wie so trügerisch aus "Rigoletto" (Verdi) A5 Gesang der Meermädchen aus "Oberon" (von Weber) A6 Letzte Rose aus "Martha" (von Flotow) A7 Mag der Himmel euch vergeben aus "Martha" (von Flotow).
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Klaus Wunderlich (born June 18, 1931 in Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany – died October 28, 1997 at Engen in the Hegau near Lake Constance, Baden-Württemberg, Germany) was a German musician. Wunderlich played the Hammond organ and created his own electronic sound. He was open to different music styles and played classic, operetta, musical as well as popular music. He sold more than 20 million records all over the world and received 13 golden albums.
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|SLE 14647-P||Klaus Wunderlich||Im Wunderland Der Oper - Hammond Goes Opera (LP)||Telefunken||SLE 14647-P||Germany||1972|