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Viennese Violin: The Romantic Music of Lehár, Kreisler & Strauss
1. Concertino for violin & orchestra in B minor, NV 52
2. Magyar ábránd (Hungarian Fantasy), for violin & string quartet, Op. 45, NV 151
3. Vergissmeinnicht, concert polka
4. Midnight Bells, for violin & piano (after Im Chambre séparée from Heuberger's 'Der Opernball')
5. Poupée Valsante (The Dancing Doll), for violin & piano (transcription of work by Ede Poldini)
6. Tambourin Chinois, for violin & piano, Op. 3
7. Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow), for violin & piano
8. Caprice Viennois, for violin & piano (or orchestra), Op. 2
9. Schön Rosmarin, for violin & piano
10. La chasse in the Style of Cartier, for violin & piano
11. Liebesfreud (Love's Joy), for violin & piano
12. Serenade for violin & piano (transcription from Lehár's Frasquita)
13. Viennese Melody, for violin & piano (transcription of Gärtner's 'Aus Wien')
14. Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven, for violin & piano
15. Hochzeits-Präludium (Wedding Prelude), for orchestra or violin, organ/harmonium & harp, Op. 469 (RV 469)
16. Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume ('Wien, Wien, nur du allein')
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September 30, 2015
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
My tastes in music are eclectic. And this is one of my all-time favorite recordings.
September 7, 2014
Format: Audio CD
This recording is very pretty!!! Robert McDuffie performances and sound are simply wonderful!!! ...very Romantic music. Lehar, Kreisler and Strauss gives us a really beautiful music. The orchestrations are magnific and the Cincinnati Pops conducted by Erich Kunzel simply excellent. All pieces are wonderful. A great cd!!!
July 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Classic CD magazine gave this CD one star and I really don't understand why. Admittedly the reviewer's credentials are better than mine, but I really enjoyed this disc. I have several versions of "Vienna, City of My Dreams" both vocal and instrumental, in my collection and it's interesting to compare interpretations. The Kreisler piece "Tambourin Chinois" will never be my favorite, no matter who plays it. This is a Telarc disc and their CD's are generally very well done. To sum up, I like Erich Kunzel and I like the selections from the Viennese Romantic repetoire.