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Songs from The Screen

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Songs from The Screen

Songs from The Screen
Lea Salonga
Released 2001
Genre OPM
Label BMG Records (Pilipinas)
Lea Salonga chronology

Lea Salonga: The Christmas Album (2000) Songs from The Screen
The Broadway Concert

Songs from The Screen is an album of Lea Salonga performing with the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra. It was performed live at PICC Plenary Hall in Pasay City, Philippines. Her brother, Gerard Salonga, was the conductor and musical director.

Track listing

  1. A Tribute to Henry Mancini (feat. MPO)
  2. Can You Read My Mind?
  3. Our Love is Here to Stay
  4. Through The Eyes of Love
  5. What Matters Most / It Might Be You
  6. Colors of the Wind (from Pocahontas)
  7. Ikaw
  8. Tukso
  9. Over the Rainbow (from The Wizard of Oz)
  10. Pinoy Pop Medley (Sana'y Maghintay Ang Walang Hanggan - Kahit Na - Mahawi Man Ang Ulap - Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin - Ikaw Lamang - Bituing Walang Ningning)
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