Thomas Tycho

Thomas Tycho and Orchestra
Tommy Tycho
Real name
Thomas Tycho
April 11, 1928
April 4, 2013
Pianist/conductor/composer/arranger Tommy Tycho was born in Hungary, was interned in a prison camp during World War II and performed in Turkey and Iran after the war. In 1951 he moved to Australia where he became musical director for a television station in Sydney. He made over 70 albums and composed more than 1500 pieces of music.
Vicki Tycho Daughter


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Covers by Thomas Tycho

Title Performer Release date Originally by
i 2005 Andrew Fairfax
2005 Andrew Fairfax
i 1980 Olivia Newton-John
i 1972 Nicole Croisille – Pierre Barouh
i 1984 Christopher Cross
1966 Jan und Kjeld - Orchester Gert Wilden, Valerie Masters with Accompaniment directed by Ken Jones
i 1984 Joey Scarbury
i 1972 Matt Monro - Arranged and conducted by John Barry
i 1980 Olivia Newton-John
i 1980 The Moments [US]
i 1984 Arthur Smith & Don Reno
i 1972 Ernest Gold conducting the Sinfonia of London Orchestra
i 1980 Chuck Mangione
i 1984 Irene Cara
i 1972 The Seekers
i 1980 Billy Joel
i 1980 Carpenters
2005 Peter Allen
i 1972 Michel Legrand
i 1980 Little River Band
i 1972 Maurice Jarre
i 1980 Paul Jabara
i 1972 Maurice Jarre
i 1972 Francis Lai & His Orchestra
i 1984 Love Unlimited Orchestra
i 1972 Nino Rota
i 1984 Neil Sedaka
i 1980 Bee Gees
i 1984 (unknown)
i 1980 Billy Joel
i 1972 Melina Mercouri
i 1984 The Beatles
1966 Tex and Mary Croft
i 1980 Little River Band
i   1984 Glynis Johns REL,PRF
i 1972 Johnny Mandel
i 1972 Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman
i 1984 Neil Sedaka
i 2005 (unknown)
2005 (unknown)
i 1972 Michel Legrand
i 1967 The MGM Studio Orchestra
i   1967 Helen Clark–Lewis James REC, Phyllis Cleveland and Jack Barker PRF
i 1972 Simon and Garfunkel
i 1967 Debbie Reynolds
i 1972 Noel Harrison
i 1984 Henry Mancini and His Orchestra
i 1984 Orquestra Colbaz
i 1967 Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour"
i   1967 Sons of the Pioneers REC, The Ranch Boys REL
i 1967 The Raymond Scott Quintette
i 1967 The Three Suns
i 1967 Orquestra Colbaz
i 1984 Jack Nitzsche
i 2005 John Collinson
2005 John Collinson
i 1984 London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Muir Mathieson
i 1980 Bobby Caldwell [US1]
1966 Bobby Parker
i 1972 Mikis Theodorakis Popular Orchestra


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