Nana Mouskouri - Live at the Royal Albert Hall Trailer

Nana Mouskouri - Live at the Royal Albert Hall Trailer (2012)

18 December 2012 Music 144 mins

Captured live on Nana Mouskouri’s farewell tour in 2007, this previously unreleased concert features Nana serenading a packed house at London’s Royal Albert Hall with an eclectic multi-lingual set of songs spanning from Beethoven to Bob Dylan. Effortlessly switching between English, Italian, French, German and Greek, Nana showcases her unique talent as she sings classic compositions such as ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘O Sole Mio’, theatrical favourites such as ‘Love Changes Everything’, and iconic songs including Elvis Presley’s ‘Love Me Tender’ and Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’.

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