The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 11 Episode 25

February 26, 1966

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Aired Unknown Feb 26, 1966 on ABC
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February 26, 1966
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Songs of Vienna Highlights: Norma, Jimmy, Barbara, Bobby, Natalie, Bob Duncan, Kathy, Dick, Jo Ann, Aladdin, Janet, Bob Ralston join in for "Two Hearts Beat in Three Quarter Time". Joe Feeney performs "Serenade" (from "The Student Prince"). Myron Floren & Jo Ann Castle on accordion. Natalie Nevins sings "Lovely Vienna" Bob Ralston at the organ, Larry Hooper & Frank Scott at the piano perform "The Merry Widow Waltz". The Lennon Sisters sing "In the Alps". Norma Zimmer sings "Edelweiss" "Mack the Knife" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Aladdin, Norma Zimmer & entire cast join in for "The Lichtensteiner Polka". Joe Livoti on violin with string section performs "Ich Liebe Dich" (I Love You in German). The Blenders sing Villia, Villia". The Orchestra performs a Medley of songs from "The Sound of Music". "Tales of the Vienna Woods" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Jimmy Roberts with Myron Floren on accordion performs "Golden Days". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano performs "The Blue Danube" (Boogie Style). Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts duet on "Wunderbar". Dick Dale with Lawrence Welk on accordion and Kathy & Janet perform. Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?: Russ Klein on saxophone, Frank Scott at the piano, Mahlon Clark on clarinet, Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Bob Havens on trombone, Bob Davis on saxophone. All join in for "Auf Wiedersehn Sweetheart/Two Hearts Beat".moreless

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    Joe Feeney

    Joe Feeney

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    The Blenders

    The Blenders

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    Neil Levang

    Guitarist (1959-1982)

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