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  • 1Dancing Queen (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:49
  • 2Voulez-Vous (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:34
  • 3Super Trouper (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:34
  • 4Money, Money, Money (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:10
  • 5The Winner Takes It All (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)05:02
  • 6Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:46
  • 7Chiquitita (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)05:40
  • 8Mamma Mia (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:32
  • 9I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:27
  • 10Fernando (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:12
  • 11Lay All Your Love on Me (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:22
  • 12I Have a Dream (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:35
  • 13One of Us (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:15
  • 14Thank You for the Music (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)04:00
  • 15Honey, Honey (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:03
  • 16Waterloo (Arr. C. Davis for Orchestra)03:02
  • Total Runtime01:06:03

Info for ABBA for Orchestra

Abba, from winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974 were to become one of the most popular groups of all time. Carl Davis saw the performance that night and admired the cleverness of the arrangement, the composition, and the sheer cheekiness of their presentation. Forty years later, their music lives on and he decided, having taken soundings from colleagues and industry representatives, to make an Abba for Orchestra album, having already successfully made Beatles for Orchestra and Bond for Orchestra albums.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Carl Davis, conductor

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
The award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is the oldest continuing professional symphony orchestra in Britain, dating from 1840. Vasily Petrenko was appointed principal conductor of the orchestra in September 2006 and in September 2009 became chief conductor. The orchestra gives over sixty concerts each season in Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and tours widely throughout the United Kingdom and internationally, touring to China, Japan, Switzerland, France, Spain, Germany, Romania and the Czech Republic. World première performances have included major works by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Sir John Tavener, Sir James MacMillan, Karl Jenkins, Stewart Copeland, Michael Nyman, Michael Torke, Nico Muhly and James Horner, alongside works by Liverpool-born and North West-based composers. Recent additions with Vasily Petrenko to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s extensive and critically acclaimed recording catalogue include Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony [Naxos 8.570568] (2009 Gramophone Awards Orchestral Recording of the Year), the world première performance of Sir John Tavener’s Requiem, a complete Shostakovich symphony cycle (the recording of Symphony No. 10 [Naxos 8.572461] was the 2011 Gramophone Awards Orchestral Recording of the Year), Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances, Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3 and Piano Concertos Nos. 1–4 and Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (with Simon Trpčeski), Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 (also with Trpčeski), Elgar’s Symphony No. 1 and Cockaigne Overture; and Tchaikovsky’s Symphonies Nos. 1, 2 and 5.

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