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Performer: Charlie Kunz
Genre: Other
Title: Great Piano Medly
FLAC version ZIP size: 1614 mb
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Charles Leonard Kunz (August 18, 1896 – March 16, 1958) was an American-born British musician popular during the British dance band era, and who became the wizard of the piano. Kunz was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, the only son of Margaret T. (Wehr) and Leonard Kunz, a master baker who played the French horn. He made his debut aged six and made his first appearance as a prodigy aged seven. During World War I he led his own resident band, while working in a munitions factory.

Charlie Kunz - Piano Medley. Jazz Nostalgia, 2015. The Casani Club Orchestra, Charlie Kunz - Piano Medley 03:09. Charlie Kunz - Ray Noble Piano Medley 06:00. All songs from Jazz Nostalgia. Charlie Kunz - Piano medley – Across The Great Divide/The Night Is Young/Boo Hoo 03:07 Feller That Played The Pianner. Charlie Kunz - Piano Medley No. 114 06:46 British Hit Singles 1954 Volume 3. 114 06:46 British Singles Chart - Week Ending 17 December 1954. 114 06:46 British Singles Chart - Week Ending 24 December 1954. 114 06:46 British Singles Chart - Week Ending 31 December 1954. 114 06:46 British Singles Chart - Week Ending 14 January 1955. Charlie Kunz - Piano.

Piano Medley No. 114. Artist: Charlie Kunz. Album: 1950's Hits & Highlights, Vol. 8, 2010. Charted in Dec 1954 in the UK & peaked at 16. This was his only UK charting single and he died in 1958. His only UK charting album came 11 years after his death in 1969 when The World Of Charlie Kunz peaked at 9. Show more.

Charlie Kunz was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1896, the only son of a master baker who played the French horn. During the Great War he led his own resident band, while working in a munitions factory. He came to England in 1922 as a pianist in a small dance band. He was to remain here until his death from a heart attack in 1958. He is buried in Streatham Vale cemetery.

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