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Contemporaries of the Strauss Family, Vol. 4 - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra; John Georgiadis (conductor)
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  1. Juchhei Tirolerbub!, Tyrolean march for orchestra, Op. 195
  2. Im Wiener Dialekt
  3. Diabolo
  4. Mein Ideal, waltz for orchestra
  5. Deutschmeister Regiments, march
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  1. Juchhei Tirolerbub!, Tyrolean march for orchestra, Op. 195
  2. Im Wiener Dialekt
  3. Diabolo
  4. Mein Ideal, waltz for orchestra
  5. Deutschmeister Regiments, march
  6. Die letzte Tropfen, waltz for orchestra, Op. 500
  7. Die Wachtparade kommt, characteristic march for orchestra, Op. 78
  8. Mein Jugend, waltz (from the operetta "Jung Heidelberg")
  9. Sempre Crescendo Galopp, for orchestra, Op. 119
  10. In der Zaubernacht, waltz for salon orchestra, Op. 308
  11. Adlon Marsch, for orchestra, Op. 29
  12. Pandekten Walzer, for orchestra, Op. 226
  13. Céline, polka mazurka for piano, Op. 130
  14. Vom Rhein zur Donau, waltz for orchestra, Op. 138
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For most listeners, the world of Viennese light music begins with the Strauss family and perhaps a few one-hit wonders otherwise. However, the waltz, polka, march, galop, and so on, were the popular music currency of the day, across a vast empire with millions of inhabitants. The music of Vienna, which was really a mixture of music from across the Austro-Hungarian Empire and beyond, included dozens or hundreds of composers, many of whom were very prolific; several works here have opus numbers in the hundreds. The works on ...

Contemporaries of the Strauss Family, Vol. 4 2019, Marco Polo

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