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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has co-invented the incomparable „Pop Goes Classic Sound“. With 10 wonderful, symphonic arragements, we recall the megahits of Abba: „Abbature“, no great musical work without an overture or abbature. „Mamma Mia“ is considered to have triggered the worldwide Abbamania and became the namesake of the Abba musical in 1999. „Money, Money, Money“ became Abba‘s fifth No. 1 hit in a row in Germany, and the sixth in a row in Australia. With „SOS“, Abba was able to establish itself and finally shed the image of the one-hit-wonder band. „Knowing Me, Knowing You“ reached the charts in 19 countries, and in the UK began a second string of three consecutive No. 1 singles. „I Have A Dream“ became a worldwide hit in 1979, and in 1999 a cover version by the boy band Westlife became a No. 1 Christmas hit in the UK. With „Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)“, Abba reached the top of the charts in six countries. „Chiquitita“ was Abba‘s first song to be recorded in both English and Spanish; both versions became No. 1 hits. „Does Your Mother Know“ dates from the disco era and premiered on Swiss television in February 1979. The grand „Finale“ picks up other world-famous Abba melodies in a symphonic collage and completes the unique work of the Swedish exceptional musicians.