Strauss, J, II: L'Inconnue - Polka francaise, Op. 182

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Vienna Premiere

Vienna Premiere


Millöcker:

Die sieben Schwaben - Marsch

Der arme Jonathan: Jonathan-Marsch

Strauss, E:

Knall und Fall - Polka schnell, Op. 132

Leuchtkaferln, Op. 161

Hectograph. Schnell-Polka, Op. 186

Strauss, J, II:

Concurrenzen, Op. 267

L'Inconnue - Polka francaise, Op. 182

Klänge der Heimat (from Die Fledermaus)

Hoch Osterreich, Marsch, Op. 371

Alexandrine-Polka francaise, Op. 198

Strauss, Josef:

Frohes Leben, Walzer, Op. 272

Vorwärts! - Polka schnell, Op. 127

Nachtschatten - Polka-mazurka, Op. 229

Elfen-Polka, Op. 74


Marilyn Hill Smith (soprano)

Johann Strauss Orchestra, Jack Rothstein

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Johann Strauss II Edition, Volume 22

Johann Strauss II Edition, Volume 22


Strauss, J, II:

Persischer Marsch, Op. 289

Maxing-Tanze, Walzer, Op. 79

L'Inconnue - Polka francaise, Op. 182

Controversen, Walzer, Op. 191

Carnevals-Spektakel-Quadrille, Op. 152

Nachtigall-Polka, Op. 222

Immer heiterer, Walzer, Op. 235

Der lustige Krieg, Quadrille, Op. 402

Aus der Heimat, Polka-Mazurka, Op. 347

Ninetta - Walzer, Op. 445

Klipp-Klapp, Galopp, Op. 466


Marco Polo Johann Strauss II Edition - 8223222

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Vienna Premieres, Vols 1-3

Vienna Premieres, Vols 1-3


Fahrbach:

Storchschnabel - galop, Op. 149

Millöcker:

Die sieben Schwaben - Marsch

arr. by Carl Wilhelm Drescher

Jonathan-Marsch

Klopf' an! - Polka française from Die sieben Schwaben

Strauss, E:

Knall und Fall - Polka schnell, Op. 132

Leuchtkaferln, Op. 161

Hectograph. Schnell-Polka, Op. 186

Bluthenkranz - Johann Strauss'scher Walzer, Op. 292

Saat und Ernte, Op. 159

Weyprecht-Payer-Marsch, Op. 120

Madchenlaune - Polka-Mazurka, Op. 99

Die Abonnenten - Waltz, Op. 116

Osterreichs Volker-Treue - Marsch, Op. 211

Blauauglein - Polka française, Op. 254

Schleier und Krone - Walzer, Op. 200

Strauss, J, I:

Freiheits-Marsch, Op. 226

Der Carneval in Paris, Galopp, Op. 100 (The Carnival in Paris)

Strauss, J, II:

Concurrenzen, Op. 267

L'Inconnue - Polka francaise, Op. 182

Die Fledermaus: Neuer Czardas

Marilyn Hill Smith (soprano)

Hoch Osterreich, Marsch, Op. 371

Alexandrine-Polka francaise, Op. 198

Pappacoda - Polka francaise, Op. 412

Der lustige Krieg, Quadrille, Op. 402

Nur nicht mucken - Polka francaise, Op. 472

Strauss, J, III:

Schlau-Schlau - Polka schnell, Op. 6

Unter den Linden - Walzer, Op. 30

Strauss, Josef:

Frohes Leben, Walzer, Op. 272

Vorwärts! - Polka schnell, Op. 127

Nachtschatten - Polka-mazurka, Op. 229

Elfen-Polka, Op. 74

Forever - polka schnell, Op. 193

Defilir-Marsch, Op. 53

Farewell! - Polka-schnell, Op. 211

Wallonen-Marsch, Op. 41

Zeitbilder, Walzer, Op. 51

Ziehrer:

Casimir-Walzer, Op. 551

Die Lustigmacherin


Johan Strauss Orchestra, Jack Rothstein

Perhaps no composer is more associated with a city than Johann Strauss II with Vienna. Indeed it is hard to consider Vienna without thinking of the waltz, and the waltz empire is dominated by the Strauss family. Johann Strauss I & II, Josef Strauss, and Eduard Strauss produced a seemingly inexhaustible supply of melodies which have entranced not only the dancers of the world, but also its musicians and music-lovers from the 1840s to the present. Whilst much of their music has never been out of the recorded repertoire, so prolific was their output that a quantity of top-rate music was forgotten over the years.

Jack Rothstein recorded three volumes of such rarities in the 1980s and ’90s, which comprised music by the Strauss family and their contemporaries. So enjoyable and tuneful are these ‘Vienna Premieres’ that it is impossible to understand just why they had been neglected. Time and time again one is amazed at the un-flagging inspiration which seemed to come so easily to composers of this period, who produced consistently high-quality light, entertaining music, beautifully crafted and orchestrated. Jack Rothstein was a master of this music. Appointed Musical Director of the Johann Strauss Orchestra in 1976, he was steeped in the distinctive performing style associated with this repertoire for years before making the pioneering digital recordings collected here. It is the first time that these three unique CDs have been gathered together in one convenient and inexpensive box.

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