9 thoughts on The Blue Danube - New Covent Garden Orchestra - Come Dancing (CD, Album)

  1. Shakazilkree   Nenris
    On the Beautiful Blue Danube, Op. is a waltz composed by Johann Strauss II in for the Vienna Men's Singing Society. It was written for four-part choir with orchestra or piano. The words were written by Josef Weyl. It was first performed on 15 February by the Vienna Men's Singing Society and the orchestra of the Forty-Second Infantry Regiment directed by Rudolph Weinwurm.
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  2. Kejora   Arakus
    An alternate text was written by Franz von Gernerth, "Donau so blau" (Danube so blue). "The Blue Danube" premiered in the United States in its instrumental version on 1 July in New York, and in Great Britain in its choral version on 21 September in London at the promenade concerts at Covent Garden. [citation needed].
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  3. Malalmaran   Jur
    Although recorded many years ago (60' and 70') the recording was thoroughly remastered, giving us a fresh sound clarity as if it was recorded during last year's New Year's Concert. The CD includes the most famous waltzes by Johann Strauss (the Blue Danube, Emperor Waltz, Tales of the Vienna Woods), along with 2 other ones written by his younger brother Joseph (Spharenklange and Dorschwalben aus /5(50).
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  4. Vudonos   Vobar
    Come Dancing, an album by New Covent Garden Orchestra on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  5. Maugor   Fer
    The CD includes the most famous waltzes by Johann Strauss (the Blue Danube, Emperor Waltz, Tales of the Vienna Woods), along with 2 other ones written by his younger brother Joseph (Spharenklange and Dorschwalben aus Ostorreich). The performances are really stunning.
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  6. Nikodal   Nikorr
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Blue Danube - An Album Of Johann Strauss Waltzes on Discogs. Label: London Records - LA2 • Format: 4x, Shellac 10 Ronnie Munro And His Orchestra* - Blue Danube - An Album Of Johann Strauss Waltzes (, Shellac) | Discogs.
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  7. Brazahn   Zulubei
    Aug 04,  · Performer(s): Luciano Pavarotti (Tenor), Sherrill Milnes (Bar), Joan Sutherland (Sop), Nicolai Ghiaurov (Bass),Ryland Davies (Ten),Hugette Tourangeau (M), Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House Covent.
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  8. Tojagis   Faukora
    Magical melodies and swirling rhythms from the golden age of the Viennese waltz: the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra present a new recording of the da.
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  9. Kigall   Voodoogar
    Guest Tutors David Wray David Wray trained at Lancaster University and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London. He has since worked as a pianist, musical director, arranger and Producer in the fields of Opera and Music.
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