your CUE sheet seem to be OK for a single session audio disc. The CUE format doesn't support multisession discs natively, there are only some unofficial extensions for this.
If the WAV file is 44/16 then it should be possible to burn the audio CD-R in the ImgBurn freeware burner: The Official ImgBurn Website
After successful burning try to rip the CD-R back into PC twice into separate folders and compare both ripped WAV files (by CRC, MD5 or binary compare method). They should be the same. Then you can be sure (99.9%) the CD-R has been burned well.