Strauss, Josef Krips, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Great Waltzes From Old Vienna album
Title: Great Waltzes From Old Vienna
Date of release: 1981
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Strauss, Josef Krips, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra – Great Waltzes From Old Vienna. Label: Contour Red Label – CC 7522.
Artist: Иоганн Штраус-сын, Josef Krips, The Vienna Festival Orchestra. Album: A Strauss Concert. Josef Krips, Wiener Symphoniker - The Gypsy Baron: March 02:48. Josef Krips, The Vienna Festival Orchestra, Иоганн Штраус-сын: best 2 tracks. Mariss Jansons, Wiener Philharmoniker, Иоганн Штраус-сын - Auf der Jagd, Polka schnell, Op. 373 New Year's Concert 2016, Neujahrskonzert 2016, 2016 02:31. Sir Malcolm Sargent, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Иоганн Штраус-сын - On The Beautiful Blue Danube, Op. 314 Strauss Waltzes, 2011 08:36. Artist: Иоганн Штраус-сын Josef Krips The Vienna Festival Orchestra.
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Vienna Strauss Philharmonic Orchestra, Вена (Vienna, Austria).
His mid-twentieth century recordings of Strauss' waltzes and polkas with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra are classics that listeners have valued for years and are frequently played as an effervescent accompaniment to New Year's festivities. These recordings were first issued on London/Decca, yet they are frequently reissued by budget labels, in different configurations.
Tales from the Vienna Woods. By Johann Strauss II - Strauss Festival Orchestra & Ondrej Lenárd. By Emile Waldteufel - Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra (Kosice) & Alfred Walter. Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Michael Halász. Rosenkavalier Suite: Waltz Sequence. By Richard Strauss - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Zdenek Kosler.
all Vienna Philharmonic concerts since the orchestra's founding in 1842. The Vienna Philharmonic. Yet the conductor who truly founded the Strauss tradition of the Vienna Philharmonic and who remains perhaps to this day the foremost apologist of this music was Clemens Krauss (1893-1954). From 1929-1933 he conducted an annual concert of Strauss compositions at the Salzburg Festival, thus anticipating the format of the future New Year's Concerts. The First New Year's Concert. InfoNew Year's Concert with Clemens Krauss + Zoom. In the years 1946 and 1947, Josef Krips (1902-1974) replaced Krauss, who returned in 1948 after the expiration of his two year conducting ban which had been imposed by the allies, and who conducted seven more New Year's Concerts until 1954. 25 New Year's Concerts with Willi Boskovsky.
Josef Alois Krips (8 April 1902 – 13 October 1974) was an Austrian conductor and violinist. Krips was born in Vienna, Austria, and went on to become a pupil of Eusebius Mandyczewski and Felix Weingartner. From 1921 to 1924, he served as Weingartner's assistant at the Vienna Volksoper and as repetiteur and chorus master. Afterwards he became conductor of several orchestras, including a period as music director of the orchestra in Karlsruhe from 1926 to 1933. In 1933 he returned to Vienna as a resident conductor of the Volksoper.
|A1||The Blue Danube Waltz|
|B2||Roses From The South Waltz|
|SXL 2047, SXL.2047||Josef Krips, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*||Josef Krips, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* - Memories Of Vienna (LP)||Decca, Decca||SXL 2047, SXL.2047||UK||1958|
|ND 257, 6.41734 AF||Strauss*, Wiener Philharmoniker · Josef Krips||Strauss*, Wiener Philharmoniker · Josef Krips - Die Blaue Donau (LP)||Decca, Decca||ND 257, 6.41734 AF||Germany||1974|
|STS 15012, STS.15012||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* / Krips*||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* / Krips* - Strauss: The Blue Danube (LP, Album)||London Records, London Records||STS 15012, STS.15012||US||1966|
|CS 6007, CS.6007||Josef Krips, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*||Josef Krips, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* - The Blue Danube (LP, Album)||London Records, London Records||CS 6007, CS.6007||US||1958|
|ND 257||Johann Strauss Jr. - Wiener Philharmoniker, Josef Krips||Johann Strauss Jr. - Wiener Philharmoniker, Josef Krips - Die Blaue Donau (LP, Album)||Decca||ND 257||Germany||1975|