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The Best of Montreux: Fantasy for Big Band and Ballet


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A galaxy of song and dance in unlikely locations, featuring the music of Leonard Bernstein, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Lennon and McCartney, and others.
Played by Henri Segers and his Orchestra
Sung by Linda Kerby, Birthe Wilke, Sadi
Danced by Helga Heinrich, Annaluise Schubert, Bob Thompson, Roger Lucas and the Bavarian Television Ballet
A co-production of Belgian Television and Bavaria Atelier GmbH


Musicians: Henri Segers and his Orchestra
Singer: Linda Kerby
Singer: Birthe Wilke
Singer/Musical arrangements: null Sadi
Dancer: Helga Heinrich
Dancer: Annaluise Schubert
Dancer: Bob Thompson
Dancer: Roger Lucas
Dancers: The Bavarian Television Ballet
Musical Arrangements: Etienne Verschueren
Director: Heinz Liesendahl

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The Best of Montreux: Fantasy for Big Band and Ballet

BBC Two England, 30 September 1965 20.20

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