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Contemporaries of the Strauss Family, Vol. 4

John Georgiadis, Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice

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For most listeners, the world of Viennese light music begins with the Strauss family and perhaps a few one-hit wonders otherwise. However, the waltz, polka, march, galop, and so on, were the popular music currency of the day, across a vast empire with millions of inhabitants. The music of Vienna, which was really a mixture of music from across the Austro-Hungarian Empire and beyond, included dozens or hundreds of composers, many of whom were very prolific; several works here have opus numbers in the hundreds. The works on this recording were written between the 1890s and the late 1920s, and if there isn't another Johann Strauss II, there are plenty of imaginative and engaging treatments. Sample Die Wachtparade kommt, Op. 78, by the all-but-unknown Richard Eilenberg, which, like the Fourth of July section of Charles Ives' Holidays Symphony, puts the listener in the place of a parade watcher who is hearing marching bands approach. Along the way, you will get to know such composers as Siegfried Translateur, who died in a Nazi concentration camp, and Karl Kratzl, who died of an insect bite. Much of this music was lost due to World War II bombs or simple neglect, and its resurrection has been, in many cases, the result of work by conductor and Strauss enthusiast John Georgiadis; Georgiadis arranged two pieces heard here from piano scores. Conducting the Czech Chamber Philharmonic, Pardubice, Georgiadis lets the musicians impart some fun and rhythmic zip to the music, which is all to the good. There isn't a dull work among the bunch, and for anyone who likes Strauss, this is an enjoyable 80 minutes. For those interested in European popular culture of the early 20th century, it's essential.
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Juchhei Tirolerbub!, Tyrolean March, Op. 195 (Oscar Fetras)

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Juchhei Tirolerbub!, Op. 195
00:03:01

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Oscar Fetras, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Im Wiener Dialekt, Waltz, Op. 124 (Johann Schrammel)

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Im Wiener Dialekt, Op. 124
00:06:19

Johann Schrammel, Composer - John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Diabolo, Galop (arr. J. Georgiadis for orchestra) (Siegfried Translateur)

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Diabolo (Orch. J. Georgiadis)
00:02:34

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Siegfried Translateur, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Mein Ideal, Waltz (Franz von Blon)

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Mein Ideal
00:08:45

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Franz Von Blon, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Deutschmeister Regiments, March (Josef Bayer)

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Deutschmeister Regiments March
00:03:01

Josef Bayer, Composer - John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Die letzte Tropfen, Waltz, Op. 500 (Karl Kratzl)

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Die letzte Tropfen, Op. 500
00:06:45

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist - Karl Kratzl, Composer

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Die Wachtparade kommt, Quadrille, Op. 78 https://goo.gl/V9vTdb; (Richard Eilenberg)

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Die Wachtparade kommt, Op. 78
00:03:12

Richard Eilenberg, Composer - John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Mein Jugend Waltz (arr. E. Reiterer for orchestra) (Carl Millöcker)

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Jung Heidelberg: Mein Jugend Waltz (Orch. E. Reiterer)
00:07:27

Carl Millocker, Composer - John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Sempre Crescendo Galop, Op. 119 (Béla Keler)

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Sempre crescendo galop, Op. 119
00:03:27

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Bela Keler, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

In der Zaubernacht, Waltz, Op. 308 (arr. J. Georgiadis for orchestra) (Karl Komzák III)

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In der Zaubernacht, Op. 308 (Orch. J. Georgiadis)
00:06:51

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist - Karl Komzák III, Composer

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Adlon Marsch (Max Heinecke)

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Adlon March, Op. 29
00:03:28

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist - Max Heinecke, Composer

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Pandekten Walzer, Op. 226 (Josef Gung’l)

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Pandekten-Walzer, Op. 226
00:09:16

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist - Josef Gung’l, Composer

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Céline, Polka Mazurka, Op. 130 (arr. J. Georgiadis for orchestra) (Iosif Ivanovici)

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Céline, Op. 130 (Orch. J. Georgiadis)
00:04:42

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Iosif Ivanovici, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

Vom Rhein zur Donau, Waltz, Op. 138 (Béla Keler)

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Vom Rhein zur Donau, Op. 138
00:10:21

John Georgiadis, Conductor - Bela Keler, Composer - Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice, Orchestra, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Marco Polo (P) 2019 Marco Polo

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For most listeners, the world of Viennese light music begins with the Strauss family and perhaps a few one-hit wonders otherwise. However, the waltz, polka, march, galop, and so on, were the popular music currency of the day, across a vast empire with millions of inhabitants. The music of Vienna, which was really a mixture of music from across the Austro-Hungarian Empire and beyond, included dozens or hundreds of composers, many of whom were very prolific; several works here have opus numbers in the hundreds. The works on this recording were written between the 1890s and the late 1920s, and if there isn't another Johann Strauss II, there are plenty of imaginative and engaging treatments. Sample Die Wachtparade kommt, Op. 78, by the all-but-unknown Richard Eilenberg, which, like the Fourth of July section of Charles Ives' Holidays Symphony, puts the listener in the place of a parade watcher who is hearing marching bands approach. Along the way, you will get to know such composers as Siegfried Translateur, who died in a Nazi concentration camp, and Karl Kratzl, who died of an insect bite. Much of this music was lost due to World War II bombs or simple neglect, and its resurrection has been, in many cases, the result of work by conductor and Strauss enthusiast John Georgiadis; Georgiadis arranged two pieces heard here from piano scores. Conducting the Czech Chamber Philharmonic, Pardubice, Georgiadis lets the musicians impart some fun and rhythmic zip to the music, which is all to the good. There isn't a dull work among the bunch, and for anyone who likes Strauss, this is an enjoyable 80 minutes. For those interested in European popular culture of the early 20th century, it's essential.
© TiVo

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