Johann Strauss , Conductor Eduard Strauss - Emperor Waltz FLAC album
Johann Strauss With The Philadelphia Orchestra Conducted By Eugene Ormandy – The Blue Danube: A Johann Strauss Festival.
1895 70-летие Штрауса отмечает вся Европа.
1899 3 июня, Штраус скончался в Вене в возрасте 73 лет от пневмонии, не успев закончить балет Золушка.
Complete your Johann Strauss & Josef Strauss collection. Johann Strauss & Josef Strauss – Emperor Waltz - Kaiserwalzer.
The Waltzes Of Johann Strauss - Europa Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Josef Saltzman. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день.
Johann Strauss II (born Johann Baptist Strauss; 25 October 1825 – 3 June 1899), also known as Johann Strauss J. the Younger, the Son (German: Sohn), son of Johann Strauss I, was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet.
He joined Eduard Strauss II as the artistic director of the legitimate successor to the original Strausscapelle. The organizational structure and the statute of the Vienna Philharmonic were chosen as the organizational form. It would eventually have been possible just to put together an orchestra for the planned North American tour, and ask him only after the end of the journey the question of whether it would stay together. Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra Alfred Eschwe, conductor.
Conductor – Eduard Strauss. Orchestra – Innsbruck Orchestra. Includes booklet containing biography, images and program notes. 1984 (labels) Printed in . Tritsch-Tratsch Polka, Emperor Waltz, Voices Of Spring Waltz, "Vienna Blood" Waltz, "Artist's Life" Waltz, The Blue Danube Waltz (LP, Album).
Strauss: The Emperor Waltz, The Blue Danube Waltz, Radetzky March, et. al. "Please retry".
Johann Strauss II (1825 -1899) composed Emperor Waltz in 1889. Strauss was an Austrian composer, conductor and violinist, and was considered to be the leading European composer of dance music of his time. Johann was a member of the famous Strauss family, and they were particularly noted for their waltz music. The waltz was the most popular ballroom dance form in the 19th century, and the Strauss family played a prominent role in Vienna's social scene, composing and performing waltzes and other dance music for dance establishments and social events.
|A2||Tales From The Vienna Woods|
|B1||The Blue Danube|
|B2||Voices Of Spring|
- Copyright (c) – Vox Productions, Inc.
- Conductor – Eduard Strauss*
- Illustration [Cover Illustration: Water Color "Ball At The Vienna Castle", 1900] – Wilhelm Gause
- Orchestra – The Orchester Der Staatsoper*
NotesTitle on the labels: Emperor Waltz - The Music Of Johann Strauss
Ultra High Fidelity - Longplaying Microgroove
Recorded In Vienna.
Record Cat #: VX 26.030 - Made in U.S.A.
Sleeve Cat #: VX 26030 - Made In France.
Copyright 1959, Vox Prod., Inc., New-York.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: M-1096-A
- Matrix / Runout: M-1096-B
|SPR 9903||Wiener Volksopernorchester, Eduard Strauss*||Wiener Volksopernorchester, Eduard Strauss* - Walzer Von Johann Strauß (LP, S/Edition)||Preiser Records||SPR 9903||Austria||Unknown|
|SPR 9903||Wiener Volksopernorchester, Eduard Strauss*||Wiener Volksopernorchester, Eduard Strauss* - Walzer Von Johann Strauß (LP, Album)||Preiser Records||SPR 9903||Austria||Unknown|