Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos With The London Festival Orchestra - Theme From The Film "Lost Horizon" album download
|A||Theme From The Film "Lost Horizon"||3:07|
|B||Papier Mache (Theme From Yorkshire Television "Conjugal Rights")|
- Arranged By – Ronnie Aldrich
- Producer – Tony D'Amato
- Written-By – Bacharach, David*
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1962 - Melody and Percussion for Two Pianos. 03-To Each His Ow. p3. 05-April in Portugal. 18 - Where Is The Love. 19 - Theme from 'Lost Horizon'. 20 - The Candy Ma. 2004 - The Magnificent Pianos Of Ronnie Aldrich. 02-The Very Thought of Yo. 03-I'll Be Seeing Yo.
London Festival Chorus, London Festival Orchestra. Theme From "Picnic" - + Intro: "Moonglow". Lost Horizon (Theme) feat. London Festival Orchestra. Come to Where the Love Is feat.
Ronnie Aldrich, born Ronald Frank Aldrich (15 February 1916, Erith, Kent, England – 30 September 1993, Isle of Man) was a British easy listening and jazz pianist, arranger, conductor, and composer. The only son of a store manager, he was three years old when he started playing the piano. He was educated at The Harvey Grammar School, Folkestone, and taught violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Before World War II, Aldrich went to India to play jazz and first gained fame in the 1940s as leader of The Squadronaires, up until their disbanding in 1964. Ronnie Aldrich and His Two Pianos, Melodys From the Classics released: 2004. Soft and Wicked, Come to Where the Love Is released: 2004. Two Pianos in Hollywood, Invitation to Love released: 2004. The Romantic Pianos Of, The Magnificent Pianos Of released: 2003.
Lost Horizon is a power metal, progressive metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. They went under the name Highlander from 1990 until 1994 (with Joacim Cans on vocals and other future HammerFall members) before the band was put on hold. Reformed in the late nineties, briefly under the same name, before changing it to Lost Horizon. The band is Swedish but Wojtek Lisicki is from Poland. No activity has been announced from Lost Horizon since the departures of Daniel Heiman and Fredrik Olsson in 2005.
Decca Discography "Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos". Melody and Percussion for Two Pianos, Decca Phase 4 PFS34007 (SP-44007) 1961. Ronnie Aldrich and His Two Pianos, Decca Phase 4 PFS4019 (SP-44018) 1962. The Magnificent Pianos of Ronnie Aldrich, London Phase 4 SP-4. The Romantic Pianos of Ronnie Aldrich, London Phase 4 SP-4. Ronnie Aldrich, his Piano and Orchestra, EMI CC220 1988 (compilation album). Seaward also issued a vinyl LP, The Wonderful World of Man, which contained recordings of the sounds of the Isle of Man, where Ronnie Aldrich lived from the 1960s onwards. This record was sold in the island to tourists. Where is the love - Salter/MacDonald. Theme from Lost horizon - Bacharach/David. The candy man - Bricusse/Newley. Without you - Evans/Ham.
9. Speak Softly, Love (Love Theme From The Godfather). 10. Love Story (Love Theme For Laura). 11. Nights In White Satin. Werner Müller And His Orchestra. Learn To Love (LP, Album, Promo). London Records, London Records. SP44193 Dj, zal 11895.