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  • Strauss II - Waltzes, Polkas & Operettas | Classical Music Collection

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    STRAUSS II
    WALTZES, POLKAS & OPERETTAS

    01. Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen), Waltz Op. 410 00:00
    02. Roses from the South (Rosen aus dem Süden), Waltz Op. 388 07:31
    03. On the Beautiful Blue Danube (An der schönen blauen Donau), Waltz Op. 314 17:11
    04. Acceleration (Accelerationen) Waltz Op. 234 28:35
    05. Treasure Waltz (Schatz-Walzer), Op. 418 37:29
    06. Where the Lemon Trees Bloom (Wo die Citronen blüh'n), Waltz Op. 346 45:53
    07. Be Embraced, You Millions! (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!) Waltz Op. 443 55:36
    08. Viennese Sweets (Wiener Bonbons), Waltz Op. 307 01:05:32
    09. Artist's Life (Künstlerleben) Waltz Op. 316 01:14:56
    10. Tales from the Vienna Woods (G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald) Waltz Op. 325 01:25:18
    11. Wine, Women and Song (Wein, Weib und Gesang) Waltz Op. 333 01:38:04
    12. Morning Journals (Morgenblätter), Op. 279 01:43:40
    13. Love Songs (Liebeslieder), Waltz Op. 114 01:54:48
    14. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz Op. 354 02:04:20
    15. Annen-Polka Op. 117 02:13.33
    16. Light Blood (Leichtes Blut) Polka Op. 319 02:16:36
    17. Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Op. 214 02:19:17
    18. Thunder & Lightning (Unter Donner und Blitz) Polka Op. 324 02:21:50
    19. Long live the Magyar (Éljen a Magyar! ), Polka Op. 332 02:24:53
    20. The Gypsy Baron: Ouverture 02:27:38
    21. The Gypsy Baron, Act III: March. Hurrah, die Schlacht 02:29:55
    22. The Gypsy Baron, Act III: Finale. Reich' ihm die Hand 02:32:44
    23. Persian March, Op. 289 02:33:47
    24. Perpetuum Mobile, Op. 257 02:36:04
    25. The Bat (Die Fledermaus): Ouverture 02:38:58

    Tracks 1-2, 10 & 25 performed by Vilnius Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    Tracks 3, 20 & 22 performed by Donetsk Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    Tracks 4-9, 11-19 & 23-24 performed by Stettino Philharmonic Orchestra, Stefan Marzcik
    Track 21 performed by Stettino Philharmonic Orchestra, Donetsk Chorus, Stefan Marzcik

    Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 – June 3, 1899), 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. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century. Strauss was admired by other prominent composers: Richard Wagner once admitted that he liked the waltz Wein, Weib und Gesang Op. 333. Johannes Brahms was a personal friend of Strauss; the latter dedicated his waltz Be Embraced, You Millions!, Op. 443, to him.

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  • Johann Strauss I - Marcia di Radetzky

    3:01

    The revolution which flared in Vienna on 13th March 1848 was not the only threat that year to the stability of the Habsburg monarchy. Following a series of military engagements during spring and early summer, on 25 July 1848 the 82-year-old Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial army, Johann Joseph Wenzel, Count Radetzky of Radetz (1766-1858), led his troops to decisive victory over Piedmontese forces at Custozza. With Radetzky's army in pursuit the Italians withdrew to Milan, where Charles Albert endured a hostile demonstration before returning to Piedmont. On 6 August Radetzky entered Milan: three days later Austria and Piedmont concluded an armistice, with the latter agreeing to evacuate Lombardy and Venetia.

    In Vienna itself, still gripped by revolution, this significant military event was greeted with rejoicing by those loyal to the Habsburg monarchy. One such loyalist was the enterprising Friedrich Pelikan, who functioned both as an official responsible for selling uncollected items from the government-owned pawnbrokers and as the owner of the 'Café-Pavilion' on the Vienna Wasserglacis (formerly situated between the present-day Weihburggasse and Johannesgasse in Vienna's 1st district, this was cleared away in 1861). Together with the lighting specialist Carl Hirsch, Pelikan seized upon Radetzky's victory to organise for the evening of 31 August 1848 in his 'Café-Pavilion' on the broad, green expanse of the Wasserglacis a Grand Impressive Victory Festival, with Allegorical and Symbolic Representation and Exceptional Illuminations, in Honour of our Courageous Army in Italy, and for the Benefit of the Wounded Soldiers. The handbills of 31 August advertising that day's celebration also announced that Imperial-Royal Court Ball Music Director Johann Strauss will conduct the music and will have the honour to perform, among several other piece, also a new march entitled 'Radetzky-Marsch', composed in honour of the great Commander-in-Chief and dedicated to the Imperial-Royal Army. According to Strauss's friend and fellow musician, Philipp Fahrbach senior (1815-85), the anticipated march was still not ready on the afternoon of 13 August. Nevertheless, with Fahrbach's coercion and help, Strauss committed the new work to paper in just two hours. The success of the Radetzky-Marsch was evident from the first. The Wiener Allgemeine Theaterzeitzung, reporting on the first performance in its edition of 2 September, observed: This imposing festival, which took place on the Wasserglacis the day before yesterday, 31 August, was one of the finest this year. [...] Particularly the new 'Radetzky-Marsch' by Strauss was very well received, and upon tempestuous demand had to be repeated twice.

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  • Mariss Jansons, Wiener Philharmoniker - Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228

    3:44

    Music video by Mariss Jansons, Wiener Philharmoniker performing Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228. Film (C) 2016 ORF. Under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

  • Radetzky March

    3:00

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    Radetzky March · Johann Strauss I

    A Calendar Of Classics - A 12 CD Set Of Romantic Classics For Every Month Of The Year

    Released on: 2007-10-01

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  • Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228

    3:47

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228 · Riccardo Muti · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2004

    ℗ 2004 Sony Music Entertainment

    Arranger: Leopold Weninger
    Executive Producer: Ewald Markl
    Producer: Wilhelm Hellweg
    Engineer: Ulrich Vette
    Recording Engineer: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Dagmar Birwe

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  • Johann Strauss - Sperl Galopp

    2:21

    From the Heldenplatz in Vienna, 29. May 1999

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Wiener Philharmoniker)
    Zubin Mehta - conductor

    Johann Strauss I - Sperl Galopp

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    Johann Strauss I (Johann Baptist Strauß, Johann Strauss (Vater); also Johann Baptist Strauss, Johann Strauss, Sr., the Elder, the Father; March 14, 1804 – September 25, 1849) was an Austrian Romantic composer. He was famous for his waltzes, and he popularized them alongside Joseph Lanner, thereby setting the foundations for his sons to carry on his musical dynasty. His most famous piece is the Radetzky March (named after Joseph Radetzky von Radetz).

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  • Johann Strauss - Beliebte Annen-Polka

    2:25

    From the Heldenplatz in Vienna, 29. May 1999

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Wiener Philharmoniker)
    Zubin Mehta - conductor

    Johann Strauss I - Beliebte Annen-Polka

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    Johann Strauss I (Johann Baptist Strauß, Johann Strauss (Vater); also Johann Baptist Strauss, Johann Strauss, Sr., the Elder, the Father; March 14, 1804 – September 25, 1849) was an Austrian Romantic composer. He was famous for his waltzes, and he popularized them alongside Joseph Lanner, thereby setting the foundations for his sons to carry on his musical dynasty. His most famous piece is the Radetzky March (named after Joseph Radetzky von Radetz).

  • Marianka-Polka, Op. 173

    3:01

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    Marianka-Polka, Op. 173 (Live) · Zubin Mehta · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Best Of Neujahrskonzert

    ℗ 1998 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

    Released on: 2006-12-08

    Producer: Wolfram Graul
    Engineer: Christian Feldgen
    Executive Producer: Stefan Mikorey

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  • Alice Polka, Op. 238

    3:11

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Alice Polka, Op. 238 · Wiener Philharmoniker · Zubin Mehta · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 1995

    ℗ 1995 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2014-01-03

    Associated Performer: Zubin Mehta & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: David Mottley
    Engineer: Marcus Herzog

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  • Versailler Galopp, Op. 107

    1:57

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Versailler Galopp, Op. 107 · Georges Prêtre · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    New Year's Concert 2008

    ℗ 2008 Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Georges Prêtre & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Executive Producer: Ben Pateman
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Tobias Lehmann
    Editor, Recording Engineer: René Möller
    Assistant Engineer, Editor: Wolfgang Schiefermair

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  • Frederica-Polka, Op. 239

    3:10

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Frederica-Polka, Op. 239 · Riccardo Muti · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2004

    ℗ 2004 Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Riccardo Muti & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Arranger: Michael Rot
    Executive Producer: Ewald Markl
    Producer: Wilhelm Hellweg
    Engineer: Ulrich Vette
    Recording Engineer: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Dagmar Birwe

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  • Wilhelm Tell-Galopp, Op. 29a

    1:49

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    Wilhelm Tell-Galopp, Op. 29a · Wiener Philharmoniker, Willi Boskovsky

    Vienna Philharmonic New Year Concert

    ℗ Classic Style

    Released on: 2014-12-12

    Composer: Johann Strauss I
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Johann Strauss Senior: Cachucha Galopp Op. 97

    2:04

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    Johann Strauss Senior: Cachucha Galopp Op. 97 · The Brass Ensemble Of The Tonkuenstler Orchestra

    The Romanticists

    ℗ 2005 TON 4 Records

    Released on: 2005-10-03

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  • Chineser Galopp

    2:19

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    Chineser Galopp · Ernst Ottensamer · Erich Schagerl · Peter Ochsenhofer · Josef Niederhammer · Adolf Holler · Dieter Flury · Camillo Öhlberger

    Philharmonische Capriolen

    ℗ 1999 Preiser Records

    Released on: 2006-08-23

    Composer: Johann (Sohn) Strauß

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  • Erinnerung an Ernst oder Der Carneval in Venedig, Fantasie, Op. 126

    7:14

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    Erinnerung an Ernst oder Der Carneval in Venedig, Fantasie, Op. 126 · Franz Welser-Möst · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    New Year's Concert 2013

    ℗ 2013 Wiener Philharmoniker, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2013-01-01

    Associated Performer: Franz Welser-Möst & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Recording Engineer: René Möller
    Recording Engineer: Tobias Lehmann

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  • Furioso-Galopp, Op. 114

    2:30

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Furioso-Galopp, Op. 114 · Zubin Mehta · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2007

    ℗ 2007 Wiener Philharmoniker under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2014-02-28

    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Editor, Engineer: Tobias Lehmann
    Editor, Engineer: Philipp Knop
    Assistant Engineer: Wolfgang Schiefermair
    Executive Producer: Roland Ott
    Project Coordinator: Burkhard Bartsch

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  • Carolinen-Galopp, Op. 21a

    2:25

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Carolinen-Galopp, Op. 21a · Daniel Barenboim · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    New Year's Concert 2014 / Neujahrskonzert 2014

    ℗ 2014 Wiener Philharmoniker under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Daniel Barenboim & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Recording Engineer: René Möller
    Recording Engineer: Tobias Lehmann

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  • Indianer, Galopp, Op. 111

    2:28

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Indianer, Galopp, Op. 111 · Zubin Mehta · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 1990

    ℗ 1990 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2014-01-03

    Associated Performer: Zubin Mehta & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: Tritonus

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  • Sperl Polka, Op. 133

    2:49

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    Sperl Polka, Op. 133 · Riccardo Muti · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2004

    ℗ 2004 Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Riccardo Muti & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Arranger: Michael Rot
    Executive Producer: Ewald Markl
    Producer: Wilhelm Hellweg
    Engineer: Ulrich Vette
    Recording Engineer: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Dagmar Birwe

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  • Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228

    2:51

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    Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228 · Strauss Festival Orchester Wien · Peter Guth

    New Year's Concert

    ℗ 2000 Arts Music
    ℗ ARTS Music

    Released on: 2006-11-07

    Composer: Johann Strauss Vater

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  • Freiheits-Marsch, Op. 226

    2:54

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    Freiheits-Marsch, Op. 226 · Wiener Philharmoniker · Zubin Mehta · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    New Year's Concert 2015

    ℗ 2015 Wiener Philharmoniker under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2015-01-09

    Associated Performer: Zubin Mehta & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Recording Engineer: René Möller
    Recording Engineer: Tobias Lehmann

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  • Einzugs Galoppe, Op. 35

    1:49

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    Einzugs Galoppe, Op. 35 · Wiener Philharmoniker · Zubin Mehta · Johann Strauss II

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2007

    ℗ 2007 Wiener Philharmoniker under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2014-02-28

    Associated Performer: Zubin Mehta & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Editor, Engineer: Tobias Lehmann
    Editor, Engineer: Philipp Knop
    Assistant Engineer: Wolfgang Schiefermair
    Executive Producer: Roland Ott
    Project Coordinator: Burkhard Bartsch

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  • Philomelen Walzer, Op. 82

    6:15

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    Philomelen Walzer, Op. 82 · Riccardo Muti · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    Neujahrskonzert / New Year's Concert 2004

    ℗ 2004 Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Riccardo Muti & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Arranger: Michael Rot
    Executive Producer: Ewald Markl
    Producer: Wilhelm Hellweg
    Engineer: Ulrich Vette
    Recording Engineer: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Dagmar Birwe

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  • Paris, Walzer, Op. 101

    6:57

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    Paris, Walzer, Op. 101 · Georges Prêtre · Wiener Philharmoniker · Johann Strauss, Sr.

    New Year's Concert 2008

    ℗ 2008 Sony Music Entertainment

    Associated Performer: Georges Prêtre & Wiener Philharmoniker
    Executive Producer: Ben Pateman
    Producer: Friedemann Engelbrecht
    Editor, Recording Engineer: Tobias Lehmann
    Editor, Recording Engineer: René Möller
    Assistant Engineer, Editor: Wolfgang Schiefermair

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  • Der Carneval in Paris, Galopp, Op. 100

    2:34

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Der Carneval in Paris, Galopp, Op. 100 · Nikolaus Harnoncourt · Johann Strauss, Sr. · Concentus Musicus Wien

    Walzer Revolution

    ℗ 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

    Producer: Martin Sauer
    Recording Engineer: René Möller

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  • Marche de Radetzky, Op. 228

    2:51

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Marche de Radetzky, Op. 228 · Johann Strauss II · Herbert von Karajan · Berliner Philharmoniker

    Grand bal à Vienne

    ℗ 2010 IRIS Music

    Released on: 2010-11-18

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  • Orchestra Filarmonică Oradea - Johann Strauss-father: Seufzer galopp

    2:10

    Orchestra Filarmonică Oradea - Johann Strauss-father: Seufzer galopp
    Echoes from Vienna

  • Radetzky Marsch

    2:12

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    Radetzky Marsch · Akkordeon-Orchester Hamburg-Eimsbüttel von 1949 e.V.

    Da Capo

    ℗ Aabaa Records

    Released on: 2012-09-04

    Artist: Akkordeon-Orchester Hamburg-Eimsbüttel von 1949 e.V.
    Composer: Johann Strauss
    Music Publisher: Musikverlag Josef Preissler

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  • Orchestra Filarmonică Oradea - Johann Strauss-father: Chineser galopp

    2:01

    Orchestra Filarmonică Oradea - Johann Strauss-father: Chineser galopp
    Echoes from Vienna

  • The Best of Strauss

    2:43

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    THE BEST OF STRAUSS II

    01. Emperor Waltz (Kaiser-Walzer) Op. 437 00:00
    02. Strauss I - Radetzky March Op. 228 11:57
    03. Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen) Waltz, Op. 410 14:54
    04. On the Beautiful Blue Danube (An der Schönen Blauen Donau) Waltz, Op. 314 21:49
    05. Chit-Chat (Tritsch-Tratsch) Polka, Op. 214 32:42
    06. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz, Op. 354 35:21
    07. Viennese Sweets (Wiener Bonbons) Waltz, Op. 307 44:10
    08. Tales from the Vienna Woods (G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald) Waltz, Op. 325 53:46
    09. Love Songs (Liebeslieder) Waltz, Op. 114 1:06:20
    10. Roses from the South (Rosen aus dem Süden) Waltz, Op. 388 1:15:10
    11. Be Embraced, You Millions! (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!) Waltz, Op. 443 1:24:26
    12. Acceleration (Accelerationen) Waltz, Op. 234 1:33:56
    13. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz, Op. 354 1:42:55
    14. Light Blood (Leichtes Blut) Polka, Op. 139 1:52:21
    15. Pizzicato Polka, Op. 234 1:55:06
    16. Polka Schnell, Op. 281 1:57:49

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  • Johann Strauss I - Loreley-Rhein-Klänge - Walzer, Op. 154

    8:00

    To this day the Loreley-Rhein-Klänge is considered to be the most successful set of waltzes by Johann Strauss the Elder. At the same time the work received a somewhat low-key reception at its first performance on 19 August 1843. Admittedly, one chronicler felt obliged to report that: 'the repeat performance' of the new waltzes was 'vehemently demanded', yet had implied nothing more than that the new piece had not been a failure. Joseph Lanner's magnum opus, his set of waltzes Die Schönbrunner, which had been launched only ten months earlier, had roused a lot more enthusiasm. As soon as the first bars of that work were heard rapturous applause broke out and the public called for it to be played three or four more times. The differing reaction to these two masterpieces is probably due to the respective composition of the crowds being present. While Die Schönbrunner were first performed in a Lanner benefit concert in the down-to-earth setting of the Fünfhauser beer hall, the Loreley-Rhein-Klänge waltzes were heard for the first time in a charity concert for a children's hospital sponsored by the Archduchess Sophie on the classy Wasserglacis (an area of what today is the Stadtpark), where a restrained group of listeners had gathered. However, this new set of waltzes quickly established itself as Strauss's undisputed showstopper, not surpassed until his Radetzky March half a decade later.

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    01. Sounds of Spring Waltz, Op. 410
    02. Viennese Waltz, Op. 307
    03. Backgammon Polka, Op. 214
    04. Radetzky March, Op. 228
    05. Blue Danube, Op. 314
    06. Pizzicato Polka, Op. 449
    07. The Gypsy Baron Quadrille, Op. 422
    08. Polka-Mazurka, Fata Morgana, Op. 330
    09. In Krapfenvale, Op. 336
    10. A woman's heart, Op. 166
    11. Feast of Fire, Polka, Op. 269
    12. Artist's Life, Op. 316
    13. Hunting Polka, Op. 373
    14. You are my treasure, Op. 418
    15. Polka thunder and lightning, Op. 324
    16. Vienna, woman and song, Op. 333

  • Johann Strauss I - Huldigungs Walzer Op.80

    7:00

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  • Johann Strauss I - Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228

    3:18

    The revolution which flared in Vienna on 13th March 1848 was not the only threat that year to the stability of the Habsburg monarchy. Following a series of military engagements during spring and early summer, on 25 July 1848 the 82-year-old Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial army, Johann Joseph Wenzel, Count Radetzky of Radetz (1766-1858), led his troops to decisive victory over Piedmontese forces at Custozza. With Radetzky's army in pursuit the Italians withdrew to Milan, where Charles Albert endured a hostile demonstration before returning to Piedmont. On 6 August Radetzky entered Milan: three days later Austria and Piedmont concluded an armistice, with the latter agreeing to evacuate Lombardy and Venetia.

    In Vienna itself, still gripped by revolution, this significant military event was greeted with rejoicing by those loyal to the Habsburg monarchy. One such loyalist was the enterprising Friedrich Pelikan, who functioned both as an official responsible for selling uncollected items from the government-owned pawnbrokers and as the owner of the 'Café-Pavilion' on the Vienna Wasserglacis (formerly situated between the present-day Weihburggasse and Johannesgasse in Vienna's 1st district, this was cleared away in 1861). Together with the lighting specialist Carl Hirsch, Pelikan seized upon Radetzky's victory to organise for the evening of 31 August 1848 in his 'Café-Pavilion' on the broad, green expanse of the Wasserglacis a Grand Impressive Victory Festival, with Allegorical and Symbolic Representation and Exceptional Illuminations, in Honour of our Courageous Army in Italy, and for the Benefit of the Wounded Soldiers. The handbills of 31 August advertising that day's celebration also announced that Imperial-Royal Court Ball Music Director Johann Strauss will conduct the music and will have the honour to perform, among several other piece, also a new march entitled 'Radetzky-Marsch', composed in honour of the great Commander-in-Chief and dedicated to the Imperial-Royal Army. According to Strauss's friend and fellow musician, Philipp Fahrbach senior (1815-85), the anticipated march was still not ready on the afternoon of 13 August. Nevertheless, with Fahrbach's coercion and help, Strauss committed the new work to paper in just two hours. The success of the Radetzky-Marsch was evident from the first. The Wiener Allgemeine Theaterzeitzung, reporting on the first performance in its edition of 2 September, observed: This imposing festival, which took place on the Wasserglacis the day before yesterday, 31 August, was one of the finest this year. [...] Particularly the new 'Radetzky-Marsch' by Strauss was very well received, and upon tempestuous demand had to be repeated twice.

  • My Top 10 Favorite Johann Strauss 1,2 Waltzes

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    1.Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen) Waltz, Op. 410. 0:00
    2.Emperor Waltz (Kaiser-Walzer) Op. 437 5:29
    3.On the Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz, Op. 314 17:02
    4. Acceleration (Accelerationen) Waltz, Op. 234 27:54
    5.Roses from the South Waltz, Op. 388 36:22
    6.Be Embraced, You Millions Waltz, Op. 443 45:14
    7.Tales from the Vienna Woods (G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald) Waltz, Op. 325 54:35
    8.Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz, Op. 354 1:05
    9. Love Songs (Liebeslieder) Waltz, Op. 114 1:12
    10.Viennese Sweets (Wiener Bonbons) Waltz, Op. 307 1:20
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  • Johann Strauss I - Freudengrüsse Walzer Op.105

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    Compositor.- Johann Strauss Vater

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  • Johann Strauss I - Loreley-Rhein-Klänge - Walzer, Op. 154

    6:58

    Conductor: Robert Stolz
    Orchestra: Berliner Symphoniker

    Photo: The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen.

  • Johann Strauss I - Wiener Gemüths,Walzer,Op.116

    7:02

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    Obra.- Wiener Gemüths Walzer Op.116
    Autor.- Johann Strauss I

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  • Johann Strauss I - Das Leben ein Tanz - Walzer, Op. 49

    6:11

    Conductor: Robert Stolz
    Orchestra: Berliner Symphoniker

    Picture: Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria at the Annual Viennese ball, Wilhelm Gause.

  • Johann Strauss II - The Blue Danube Waltz

    10:59

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    Title : Johann Strauss II , The Blue Danube Waltz
    Date : 1867

    From Wikipedia,The Blue Danube is the common English title of An der schönen blauen Donau op. 314 (On the Beautiful Blue Danube), a waltz by Johann Strauss II, composed in 1867. Originally performed 9 February 1867 at a concert of the Wiener Männergesangsverein (Vienna Men's Choral Association), it has been one of the most consistently popular pieces of music in the classical repertoire. Its initial performance was only a mild success, however, and Strauss is reputed to have said The devil take the waltz, my only regret is for the coda -- I wish that had been a success!

    The waltz originally had an accompanying song text written by Josef Weyl. Strauss adapted it into a purely orchestral version for the World's Fair in Paris that same year, and it became a great success in this form. The instrumental version is by far the most commonly performed today. An alternate text by Franz von Gernerth, Donau so blau (Danube so blue), is also used on occasion.

    The sentimental Viennese connotations of the piece have made it into a sort of unofficial Austrian national anthem. It is a traditional encore piece at the annual Vienna New Year's Concert. The first few bars are also the interval signal of Osterreich Rundfunk's overseas programs.

    It is reported by composer Norman Lloyd in his Golden Encyclopedia of Music that when asked by Frau Strauss for an autograph, the composer Johannes Brahms autographed Mrs. Strauss's fan by writing on it the first few bars of the Blue Danube. Under it he wrote Unfortunately not by Johannes Brahms.The work commences with an extended introduction in the key of A major with shimmering (tremolo) violins and a French horn spelling out the familiar waltz theme, answered by staccato wind chords, in a subdued mood. It rises briefly into a loud passage but quickly dies down into the same restful nature of the opening bars. A contrasting and quick phrase in D major anticipates the waltz before 3 quiet downward-moving bass notes usher in the first principal waltz melody.

    The first waltz theme is familiar gently rising triad motif in cellos and horns in the tonic D major, accompanied by harps; the Viennese waltz beat is accentuated at the end of each 3-note phrase. The Waltz 1A triumphantly ends its rounds of the motif, and waltz 1B follows in the same key; the genial mood is still apparent.

    Waltz 2A glides in quietly (still in D major) before a short contrasting middle section in B flat major. The entire section is repeated.

    A more dour waltz 3A is introduced in G major before a fleeting eighth-note melodic phrase (waltz 3B). An loud Intrada (introduction) is then played. Waltz 4A starts off in a romantic mood (F major) before a more joyous waltz 4B in the same key.

    After another short Intrada in A, cadencing in F-sharp minor, sonorous clarinets spell out the poignant melody of waltz 5A in A. Waltz 5B is the climax, punctuated by cymbal crashes. Each of these may be repeated at the discretion of the performer.

    The coda recalls earlier sections (3A and 2A) before furious chords usher in a recap of the romantic Waltz 4A. The idyll is cut short as the waltz hurries back to the famous waltz theme 1A again. This statement is cut short, however, by the final codetta: a variation of 1A is presented, connecting to a rushing eighth-note passage in the final few bars: repeated tonic chords underlined by a snare drumroll and a bright-sounding flourish.

  • Johann Strauss Sr. Radetzky March performed by Vienna Philharmonic at new years concert 2011

    7:08

    Franz Welser-Möst conducts Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Radetzky March - Marcha Radetzky, opus 228

    2:30

    Esta versión de la Marcha Radetzky corresponde a la interpretación que hizo el director austriaco Peter Guth con la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

    'La Marcha Radetzky', opus 228, es la obra más conocida de Johann Strauss padre, quien la compuso en 1848. Se la dedicó al mariscal de campo austríaco Joseph Radetzky von Radetz, y se convirtió en una marcha muy popular entre los soldados. Una tradición heredada de los primeros soldados que escucharon esta marcha es que el público asistente a los conciertos, cuando escucha el coro, zapatea en el piso. A pesar de su origen marcial, se ha transformado más bien en una marcha festiva. Johann Baptist Strauss I (Johann Strauß o Johann Strauss; Viena, 14 de marzo de 1804 -- Viena, 25 de septiembre de 1849) hijo de Franz Borgias Strauss. Fue un compositor austriaco conocido particularmente por sus valses y por popularizarlos junto con Josef Lanner. Fue el fundador (sin que fuese su intención) de una dinastía musical con sus hijos Johann Strauss (hijo), Josef Strauss y Eduard Strauss. Strauss murió en Viena de escarlatina. Fue enterrado en el cementerio Doblinger junto a su amigo Josef Lanner. En 1904, sus restos mortales fueron trasladados a una tumba de honor en el cementerio central. El antiguo Cementerio Doblinger fue convertido en el Parque Strauss-Lanner. El mismo Héctor Berlioz rindió homenaje al Padre del Vals Vienés comentando que Viena sin Strauss es como Austria sin el Danubio.

    Peter Guth se graduó de la Academia de Música Viena como violinista y después estudió con David Oistrakh en el Conservatorio de Moscú. En la actualidad Peter Guth es un reconocido director de orquesta y violinista austríaco que ha hecho giras en muchos países, presentándose con orquestas sinfónicas famosas como la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra de Londres, la Orquesta Sinfónica de la NHK de Tokio, la Sinfónica de San Francisco, entre otras. En 1978, Peter Guth fundó la Orquesta del Festival de Strauss de Viena. En este trabajo se ha convertido en uno de los grandes especialistas del llamado rey del vals. En sus conciertos no sólo funge como director sino también como violinista solista. Ha escrito varios libros dedicados a la ejecución contemporánea del violín y ha grabado un gran número de CD, la mayoría de los cuales ha recibido prestigiosos premios internacionales. Desde septiembre de 2007, Peter Guth es director principal invitado del teatro de San Petersburgo de la Comedia musical.

  • Radetzky March - Johann Strauss Sr

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    Radetzky March - Johann Strauss Sr

  • Johann Strauss I - Gabrielen Walzer Op.68

    7:22

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    Obra.- Gabrielen Walzer Op.68
    Compositor.- Johann Strauss Vater

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  • Johann Strauss I - Sorgenbrecher,Walzer Op.230

    8:54

    Excelentìsimos miembros del Imperio MrJohannStraussViena,me llena de orgullo presentarles un bello vals vienès denominado Sorgenbrecher,Walzer Op.230 del autor austriaco Johann Strauss I.

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    Autor.- Johann Strauss I

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  • Johann Strauss Sr. - Tausendsapperment Walzer, Op.61

    7:06

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    Obra.- Tausendsapperment Walzer, Op.61
    Compositor.- Johann Strauss Vater

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  • Johann Strauss I - Beliebte Annen-Polka, op. 137

    2:33

    When the Emperor or his wife celebrated a name-day it meant a carnival for the inhabitants of Vienna. On such occasions Strauss, who directed the music for the court balls, was always to be found in the front line, namely in the Volksgarten, where he and his orchestra were expected to provide a highbrow concert. In the programme on the Empress's name-day in 1842—her name was Maria Anna—was a request for the middle two movements of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, among others. Nevertheless Strauss always took advantage of such an occasion to programme a new work of his own; in this case it was a polka, the first of two such pieces to come from his pen. Hardly surprisingly the title was Anna Polka, which had the marketable advantage that these could be felt to be in honour not only of the Empress herself but also of all the other bearers of the name 'Anna'. Anna Day actually falls on 26 July but because of inclement weather the 1842 celebration, held in the open-air, could not take place until 2 August. The published edition of the piano version appeared only eight days later, on 10 August. This is an incredibly short period of time, even if one assumes that the polka would have been ready in time for the date of the originally-planned first performance. In the course of this, an interesting detail comes to light. This piano edition bears the title Popular Anna Polka. In truth, the publisher could not really have known at the time of the work's publication—even considering the fact that it was encored four times at its première—that this new piece would become an enduring crowd-pleaser. The addition of this word of endearment might have had a deeper, underlying objective: namely, to launch the Polka as the new dance sensation—a move which was, in the end, crowned with success.

  • Johann Strauss Sr. - Krönungs-Walzer,Op.91

    7:19

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    Obra.- Krönungs-Walzer, Op.91
    Compositor.- Johann Strauss Sr.

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  • Johann Strauss I - Galop de las Carreras

    1:50

    Wettrennen-Galopp (op. 29a)

    Johann Baptist Strauss I (Johann Strauß o Johann Strauss; Viena, 14 de marzo de 1804 -- Viena, 25 de septiembre de 1849) fue un compositor austriaco conocido particularmente por sus valses y por popularizarlos junto con Josef Lanner y estableciendo (sin que fuese su intención) la fundación de una dinastía musical en sus hijos Johann Strauss (hijo), Josef Strauss y Eduard Strauss.


    Johann Strauss I.Su obra más famosa es probablemente la Marcha Radetzky (llamada así por Joseph Radetzky von Radetz), mientras que quizás su vals más famoso sea Lorelei Rhine Klänge op. 154.

  • Johann Strauss I - Cachucha,Galop Op.97

    1:54

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    Obra.- Cachucha,Galop Op.97
    Autor.- Johann Strauss I

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