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Lehár: Valses d'Eva, Chanson de Vilja & L'or et l'argent (Mono Version)

Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy

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Lehár: Valses d'Eva, Chanson de Vilja & L'or et l'argent (Mono Version)

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Waltzes from Eva (Franz Lehar)

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Waltzes from Eva
00:07:24

Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer

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The Merry Widow (Franz Lehar)

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The Merry Widow: Vilja Song (Instrumental Version)
00:02:43

Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, Performer - Samuel Krauss, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer

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Gold and Silver, Op. 79 (Franz Lehar)

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Gold and Silver, Op. 79
00:05:51

Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer

1955 - BNF Collection 2015

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