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Andre Rieu in Wonderland

André Rieu, The Johann Strauss Orchestra

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The Netherlands-based violinist and conductor Andre Rieu has become a genuine Eurozone phenomenon with his pops-concert extravaganzas, and he even has a substantial following in the U.S. thanks to the broadcast of video versions of concerts like this one on the periodic fundraisers of the Public Broadcasting Service television network in that country. The market is awash in Rieu discs of various kinds, some of them going back to his early years as a sort of modern-day Waltz King, but this one is current, marketed on Rieu's present label Denon. His recent programs have been big thematic productions, and Andre Rieu in Wonderland is no exception. Recorded in audiophile sound and filmed at an amusement park called Efteling in the Netherlands, it combines classical selections and Broadway songs in a loose evocation of the wonder of childhood and of fairy tales, with standards such as music from Swan Lake mixed in with less expected items such as Max Steiner's "Tara's Theme" from the soundtrack of Gone with the Wind. At the center of the program are a pair of selections from Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel, but much of the music is American. The unnamed vocal soloists may grate on anglophone ears; "The Impossible Dream" is pretty hard to take in a heavy Netherlandish accent, although the soprano on "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" is better. That's a "bonus" track; the program proper ends with one of Rieu's massed-voice arrangements applied to "What a Wonderful World," which is undeniably effective in showing how Rieu can compete with arena rock big boys atop European ticket sales lists. Yet one notes that Rieu's own violin, which used to be the main attraction, is getting increasingly sidelined by his own juggernaut, and he looks a little worried as he saws away on it on the cover of the album. Be that as it may, this is a reasonable choice for those who enjoy pure pops discs and want to try out the Rieu experience.
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1
Thus Spake Zarathustra
00:01:53

Richard Strauss, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

2
Sabre Dance
00:01:27

Aram Khachaturian, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

3
O Isis and Osiris from 'The Magic Flute'
00:02:57

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

4
Concerto Pour Une Voix
00:03:34

André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist - Saint-Preux, Composer

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

5
The Impossible Dream from 'Man of la Mancha'
00:03:28

JOE DARION, Composer - Mitch Leigh, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

6
Cinderella Waltz from 'Cinderella'
00:02:34

Richard Rodgers, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

7
Tara's Theme from 'Gone With the Wind'
00:03:45

Max Steiner, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

8
Little Brother Dance With Me from 'Hansel and Gretel'
00:03:51

Engelbert Humperdinck, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

9
Where Each Child Lays Down His Head from 'Hansel and Gretel'
00:03:24

André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist - Englebert Humperdinck, Composer

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

10
Swan Lake: Moderato
00:02:49

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

11
Some Day My Prince Will Come from 'Snow White'
00:02:10

Larry Morey, Composer - Frank Churchill, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

12
The Old Castle from 'Pictures At an Exhibition'
00:03:37

Modest Mussorgsky, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

13
What a Wonderful World
00:04:10

André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

14
Solveig's Song from 'Peer Gynt Suite'
00:03:59

Edvard Grieg, Composer - André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

15
Somewhere Over the Rainbow from 'The Wizard of Oz'
00:03:12

André Rieu, MainArtist - The Johann Strauss Orchestra, MainArtist

℗ 2009 SLG, LLC

Descriptif de l'album

The Netherlands-based violinist and conductor Andre Rieu has become a genuine Eurozone phenomenon with his pops-concert extravaganzas, and he even has a substantial following in the U.S. thanks to the broadcast of video versions of concerts like this one on the periodic fundraisers of the Public Broadcasting Service television network in that country. The market is awash in Rieu discs of various kinds, some of them going back to his early years as a sort of modern-day Waltz King, but this one is current, marketed on Rieu's present label Denon. His recent programs have been big thematic productions, and Andre Rieu in Wonderland is no exception. Recorded in audiophile sound and filmed at an amusement park called Efteling in the Netherlands, it combines classical selections and Broadway songs in a loose evocation of the wonder of childhood and of fairy tales, with standards such as music from Swan Lake mixed in with less expected items such as Max Steiner's "Tara's Theme" from the soundtrack of Gone with the Wind. At the center of the program are a pair of selections from Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel, but much of the music is American. The unnamed vocal soloists may grate on anglophone ears; "The Impossible Dream" is pretty hard to take in a heavy Netherlandish accent, although the soprano on "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" is better. That's a "bonus" track; the program proper ends with one of Rieu's massed-voice arrangements applied to "What a Wonderful World," which is undeniably effective in showing how Rieu can compete with arena rock big boys atop European ticket sales lists. Yet one notes that Rieu's own violin, which used to be the main attraction, is getting increasingly sidelined by his own juggernaut, and he looks a little worried as he saws away on it on the cover of the album. Be that as it may, this is a reasonable choice for those who enjoy pure pops discs and want to try out the Rieu experience.
© TiVo

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