These recordings are remastered from 78 RPM records. These historic recordings were made between 1926 and 1941 with Richard Straus conducting himself. Booklet included with extensive info on dates and Matrix No's of original records used. Text in German, French and English Box and booklet printed in Germany; Vinyl pressed by Polydor U. .
Strauss Conducts Strauss. Released by Universal Music Group Apr 2014 1 Tracks. Strauss Conducts Strauss is a Instrumental album released on Apr 2014. This album is composed by Richard Strauss. Strauss Conducts Strauss Album has 1 songs sung by Berliner Staatskapelle, Richard Strauss. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Strauss Conducts Strauss songs on Gaana.
Richard Strauss Conducts Richard Strauss. Listen on Apple Music. Schlagobers, Op. 70: Waltz. By Richard Strauss - Richard Strauss & Berlin Philharmonic. 8 Songs, 1 Hour 30 Minutes. Released: Oct 25, 2016. More By Richard Strauss. Wiener Philharmoniker, Berliner Philharmoniker. Release Date: 3rd Feb 2009. Strauss, R: Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40. 37:19. Berliner Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker. Strauss, R: Don Juan, Op. 20. 16:13. Strauss, R: Tod und Verklärung, Op. 24. 23:08.
Label : Preiser Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : CD 1 : Richard Strauss (1864 – 1949) Don Quixote, fantastic variations for cello & orchestra, Op. 35 (TrV 184) Ein Heldenleben (A Hero’s Life), tone poem for orchestra, Op. 40 (TrV 190). CD 2 : Eine Alpensinfonie (An Alpine Symphony) for orchestra, Op. 64 (TrV 233) Japanische Festmusik (Japanese Festival Music), for orchestra, Op. 84 (TrV 277) Der Rosenkavalier, waltz sequence for orchestra No. 2 (from Act 3 of opera) (TrV 227a).
Strauss, Strauß or Straus is a common Germanic surname. Outside Germany and Austria Strauß is always spelled Strauss (the letter "ß" is not used in the German-speaking part of Switzerland). In classical music, "Strauss" usually refers to Richard Strauss or Johann Strauss II. The name has been used by families in the Germanic area for at least a thousand years. The overlord of Gröna, for example, went by the name of Struz and used the image of an ostrich as his symbol