Johann Strauss: Raritäten

Václav Neumann

Performers

Václav Neumann, conductor
Wiener Symphoniker

Tracks

CD 1
63:40
Johann Strauss (Sohn)
1.
Carousel-Marsch, op. 133
2:42
2.
Spiralen. Walzer, op. 209
9:01
3.
Amazonen-Polka, op. 9
2:34
4.
Melodien-Quadrille, op. 112, nach Motiven von Giuseppe Verdi. Pantalon - Eté - Poule - Pastourelle - Finale
4:40
5.
An der Wolga
5:20
6.
Johannis-Käferln. Walzer, op. 82
7:08
7.
Niko-Polka, op. 228
4:02
8.
Wiener Punch-Lieder. Walzer, op. 131
8:47
9.
Neue Melodien-Quadrille, op. 254, nach Motiven von Giuseppe Verdi. Pantalon - Eté - Poule - Pastourelle - Finale
5:46
10.
Haute Volée-Polka, op. 155
3:27
11.
Die Jovialen. Walzer, op. 34
7:45
12.
Furioso-Pola (quasi Galopp), op. 260
2:28
Total playing time63:40
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It was quite natural that Neumann should record rare Viennese waltzes with the Wiener Symphoniker with whom he had shared a close working relationship for many years. The excellent relationship between maestro and orchestra was founded upon many years of concert activity in the Viennese concert halls performing standard symphonic repertoire. In September 1989, as Neumann entered in the recording studio of the ORF with this unusual Johann Strauß repertoire he was setting foot on a new musical terrain. It was Neumann´s wish that this recording should appear on CD. Unfortunately, he was unable to witness the realization of this long-cherished plan.

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