Kulturwissenschaftlich interessierte Untersuchungen zu volkssprachigen literarischen Texten des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit, ihrem Entstehungs- und Wirkungskontext, ihren medialen Voraussetzungen, ihren Entwürfen kultureller Ordnungen und der Diskussion und Transformation sozialer Normen. …
Album released in England, Spain and internationally, led by director Werner Múller, offering a repertoire of ten great Strauss waltzes. Orchestrations led by Müller incorporate his choirs with some imaginative arrangements by Förster and own Werner.
Recording of the German author, composer, arranger and director Werner Müller (Berlin, 1920-1998) and his orchestra, published in Germany compiling a selection of sixteen tunes associated with different parts of the world previously registered between 1961 and 1976, with a repertoire ranging from classical to international, Latin or exotic subjects. All of them are implemented with support of danceable rhythms (tango, bolero, bossa, samba, calypso, etc..).
The German author, composer, arranger and director Werner Müller (Berlin, 1920-1998) and his orchestra brings together a selection of twelve songs dedicated to Hawaiian music performed in style 'swing'.
Compilation work of the German author, composer, arranger and director Werner Müller (Berlin, 1920-1998) and his orchestra, offering a selection of 12 songs dedicated to Italian music. This LP was also released with the same issues in a different order under the title 'Echoes of Italy', and has subsequently been reissued digitally under the heading 'Italia, bella Italia'.
Another compilation of the author, composer, arranger and German director Werner Müller (Berlin, 1920-98) and his orchestra, published in Australia in 1971 bringing together a wide selection of items registered with the Decca Phase 4 Stereo. In this LP gather 12 of them, with a repertoire ranging from classics to Latin themes, through movie music. Unique personal quality and orchestration arrangements under the baton of Werner Müller.
Album releasing a recording of the author, composer, arranger and German conductor Werner Müller (Berlin, 1920-98) and his orchestra. The Müller orchestra made forays into television and film, being famous during years 50 to 70. Müller reached to make numerous performances and recordings of music for dancing and tango. In this LP meet 12 items, chosen among the most interpreted and known classics.