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The King And I Orchestra / Gertrude Lawrence And Yul Brynner With The King And I Orchestra - March Of The Siamese Children / Shall We Dance? flac album

The King And I Orchestra / Gertrude Lawrence And Yul Brynner With The King And I Orchestra - March Of The Siamese Children / Shall We Dance? flac album Performer: The King And I Orchestra
Title: March Of The Siamese Children / Shall We Dance?
Style: Musical
MP3 album: 1230 mb
FLAC album: 1861 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AA AHX MP4 ASF MPC VQF RA
Genre: Media

Anna persuades the King to receive them in European style by hosting a banquet with European food and music. Shall We Dance? – Sung and Danced by Deborah Kerr (dubbed by Marni Nixon) and Yul Brynner. Finale (Something Wonderful) – Sung by Chorus.

Gertrude Lawrence & Yul Brynner Shall We Dance(From The King And I). 2:50.

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Featuring Yul Brynner, Marni Nixon & Deborah Kerr. Album The King and I (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Shall We Dance? Lyrics. Oh but it's very exciting, when you're young at your first dance. And you're sitting on a small quilt chair with your eyes lowered. Terrified that you'd be a wallflower. sung) We've just been introduced I do not know you well But when the music started Something drew me to your side

Tracklist

A The King And I Orchestra March Of The Siamese Children 3:13
B Gertrude Lawrence And Yul Brynner With The King And I Orchestra Shall We Dance? 2:48

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville

Credits

  • Conductor – Frederick Dvonch
  • Written-By – Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II*