Contemporaries of the Strauss Family 4

Contemporaries of the Strauss Family 4

8.225370 (Marco Polo, CD)

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Playing time: 79'19"
Tracks: 14
Booklet pages: 8
© 2019 Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd
Main country of recording: CZ
Country of manufacture: DE
Reviewer: Gerald Fenech
Review of Contemporaries of the Strauss Family 4 published on 4 July 2019

Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice
John Georgiadis, conductor

Oscar Fetrás (1854-1931):

1 Juchhei Tirolerbub! Tyrolean March, Op 195 (1914)

Johann Schrammel (1850-1893):

2 Im Wiener Dialekt, Waltz Op 124 (1884)

Siegfried Translateur (1875-1944), arranged by John Georgiadis:

3 Diabolo, Galop (1926)

Franz von Blon (1861-1945):

4 Mein Ideal, Waltz (circa 1908)

Josef Bayer (1852-1913):

5 Deutschmeister Regiments-Marsch (1896)

Karl Kratzl (1852-1904):

6 Die letzte Tropfen, Waltz Op 500 (1893)

Richard Eilenberg (1848-1927):

7 Die Wachtparade kommt, Characteristic march, Op 78 (1887)

Carl Millöcker (1842-1899), arranged by E Reiterer (1851-1923):

8 Mein Jugend Waltz (from Mein Jugend) (1904)

Béla Kéler (1820-1882):

9 Sempre Crescendo Galop, Op 119 (1878)

Karl Komzák III (1878-1924), arranged by John Georgiadis:

10 In der Zaubernacht, Waltz, Op 308 (1908)

Max Heinecke (1863-1929):

11 Adlon Marsch, Op 29 (1907)

Josef Gung'l (1809-1889):

12 Pandekten-Waltzer, Op 226 (1868)

Iosef Ivanovici (1845-1902), arranged by John Georgiadis:

13 Céline, Polka Mazurka, Op 130 (1893)

Béla Kéler:

14 Vom Rhein zur Donau, Waltz, Op 138 (c 1881)

First recordings

Recorded 8-11 January 2018 at The House of Music, Pardubice, Czech Republic

 

 

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