Raquel Rastenni, Harry Felberts Orkester Og Kor - Sange For Børn download mp3 album
Raquel Rastenni – Raquel Rastenni. Label: Sonet – SLPS 1245. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Ensemble – Harry Felberts Orkester Og Kor. 2:40. Ensemble – Country Four Med Kor. A3. Min Sang Til Dig. Ensemble – Scandinavian Five.
Frøken forår" Raquel Rastenni med Harry Felbert og hans orkester 1952. En er for lille og en er for stor" Liva Weel i Scala Revyen "Omkring hesten" 1928. Lis Sørensen - Verden er i farver (1991).
Birthe Wilke med kor og orkester under ledelse af Ole Høyer. Ray Evans, Jay Livingston, Thøger Olesen. Covered by Raquel Rastenni m. Harry Felberts orkester Originally by Doris Day with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
by Raquel Rastenni; Victor Christmas; Harry Felberts ork. med kor; Dick Manning. Publication date 1957. Publisher HMV. Contributor 78er Klubben. Identifier 78 seret-pa-Espana.
Listen to music from Raquel Rastenni like Jeg Rev Et Blad Ud Af Min Dagbog, Jeg rev et blad ud af min dagbog - Denmark & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Raquel Rastenni. Raquel Rastenni (August 21, 1915-August 20, 1998), born Anna Rachel Rastén, was a popular Danish singer. She was born in Copenhagen, and grew up in a little apartment in the poor central part of the city. Her parents had immigrated to Denmark from Russia at the start of the 1900s.
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Raquel Rastenni (21 August 1915 – 17 August 1998), born Anna Rachel Rastén, was a popular Danish singer. Her Jewish parents had immigrated to Denmark from Russia at the start of the 20th century. Her father was a tailor, and her mother was a seamstress. She started her career as a dancer in the Helsingør Revue in 1936 and had her debut as a singer in 1938, when she was also broadcast on radio for the first time. She sang with various orchestras through the early 1940s and in 1940 formed her own.
|A1||Hvem Er Bange For Den Stygge Ulv|
|B1||Cirkus I By|
|B2||Den Lille Hvide Elefant|
NotesProduction: Gustav Winckler.
This version has red Mascot logo on labels.
|EP 111||Raquel Rastenni||Sange For Børn (7", EP)||Mascot Records||EP 111||Denmark||Unknown|
|SXP 6080||Raquel Rastenni||Sange For Børn (7")||Sonet||SXP 6080||Denmark||Unknown|