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Ferenc Fricsay|Strauss: Waltzes & Polkas (1950, 1952) (Johann Strauss II - Josef Strauss)

Strauss: Waltzes & Polkas (1950, 1952) (Johann Strauss II - Josef Strauss)

Johann Strauss II - Josef Strauss

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Ferenc Fricsay

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An der schonen, blauen Donau (The Beautiful Blue Danube), Op. 314
00:09:25

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2
Overture
00:08:16

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3
Tik-Tak Polka, Op. 365
00:02:39

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4
Lagunen-Walzer, Op. 411
00:07:57

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5
Fruhlingsstimmen (Voices of Spring), Op. 410
00:07:03

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6
Kaiser (Emperor), Op. 437
00:11:32

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7
Kunstlerleben, Op. 316
00:09:54

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8
Leichtes Blut (Light as a Feather), Op. 319
00:02:32

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9
Perpetuum mobile, Op. 257, "Musikalischer Scherz" (Musical Joke)
00:03:04

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10
Polka
00:02:32

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11
Tritsch-Tratsch, Op. 214
00:02:31

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