The first volume in this series traced the inter-war craze for carefree dance music in Austria and the Czech Lands (see GP813). This latest album focuses on Germany where jazz-influenced music flourished from the mid-1920s onwards even in the face of some social, political and racial opposition. Cabarets and dancehalls rejected this nationalist resistance and the Weimar Republic rejoiced in a cross-pollination of symphonic jazz and Kunstjazz - a fusion of dance and classical elements. The many previously unrecorded pieces here chart the progress of this vigorous musical rejuvenation. GOTTLIEB WALLISCH has performed on stage at the world's most prestigious concert halls and festivals: Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall in London, the Cologne Philharmonie, the Tonhalle Zurich, and the NCPA in Beijing, also the Ruhr Piano Festival, the Beethovenfest in Bonn, and the Festivals of Lucerne and Salzburg. Conductors with whom he has performed as a soloist include Sir Neville Marriner, Dennis Russell Davies, Kirill Petrenko, Martin Haselboeck and Bruno Weil. Orchestras he has performed with include the Vienna Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra Budapest and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. He has made numerous recordings for record labels, including Naxos. Gottlieb Wallisch is a Steinway Artist.
The first volume in this series traced the inter-war craze for carefree dance music in Austria and the Czech Lands (see GP813). This latest album focuses on Germany where jazz-influenced music flourished from the mid-1920s onwards even in the face of some social, political and racial opposition. Cabarets and dancehalls rejected this nationalist resistance and the Weimar Republic rejoiced in a cross-pollination of symphonic jazz and Kunstjazz - a fusion of dance and classical elements. The many previously unrecorded pieces here chart the progress of this vigorous musical rejuvenation. GOTTLIEB WALLISCH has performed on stage at the world's most prestigious concert halls and festivals: Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall in London, the Cologne Philharmonie, the Tonhalle Zurich, and the NCPA in Beijing, also the Ruhr Piano Festival, the Beethovenfest in Bonn, and the Festivals of Lucerne and Salzburg. Conductors with whom he has performed as a soloist include Sir Neville Marriner, Dennis Russell Davies, Kirill Petrenko, Martin Haselboeck and Bruno Weil. Orchestras he has performed with include the Vienna Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra Budapest and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. He has made numerous recordings for record labels, including Naxos. Gottlieb Wallisch is a Steinway Artist.
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Label: GRDP
Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 747313981427

20th Century Foxtrots 2
Artist: Gottlieb Wallisch
Format: CD
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1. Tuttifäntchen Suite: VII. Tanz Der Holzpuppen. Foxtrot (Version For Piano)
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2. Blues (1)
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3. Der Vetter Aus Dingsda, Op. 13: Sieben Jahre Lebt' Ich In Batavia (Arr. H.J. Vieth For Piano)
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5. Fox Trot In C Major
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6. 3 Dance Improvisations: No. 1, Tempo Di Foxtrot
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7. 3 Dance Improvisations: No. 2, Schnell
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8. 3 Dance Improvisations: No. 3, Tempo Di Charleston
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9. 10 Pieces For Children: No. 10, Shimmy
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10. 15 Short Piano Pieces, Op. 33: No. 14, Tango
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11. Concert Jazz-Suite: I. Charleston
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12. Concert Jazz-Suite: II. Blues
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13. Concert Jazz-Suite: III. Hot
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14. Jazz-Etüde
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15. Little Shimmy
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16. Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115: I. Blues
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17. Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115: II. Valse Boston
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18. Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115: III. Tempo Di Charleston
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19. Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115: IV. Tango
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20. Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115: V. Negertanz
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21. 6 Klavierstücke, Vol. 1 (Excerpts): No. 3, Rag-Caprice
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22. 6 Klavierstücke, Vol. 1 (Excerpts): No. 4, Tango
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23. The Threepenny Opera: Tango-Ballade (Arr. For Piano)
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24. Fox Trot (Excerpts Arr. For Piano From "David Golder")
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25. Tango (Excerpts Arr. For Piano From "David Golder")
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26. Quick-Fox (Version For Piano)
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27. Tango (Version For Piano)
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28. Scène Au Dancing (Excerpts From "Marie Galante") [Version For Piano]
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29. Tango "Youkali" (Excerpts From "Marie Galante") [Version For Piano]
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The first volume in this series traced the inter-war craze for carefree dance music in Austria and the Czech Lands (see GP813). This latest album focuses on Germany where jazz-influenced music flourished from the mid-1920s onwards even in the face of some social, political and racial opposition. Cabarets and dancehalls rejected this nationalist resistance and the Weimar Republic rejoiced in a cross-pollination of symphonic jazz and Kunstjazz - a fusion of dance and classical elements. The many previously unrecorded pieces here chart the progress of this vigorous musical rejuvenation. GOTTLIEB WALLISCH has performed on stage at the world's most prestigious concert halls and festivals: Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall in London, the Cologne Philharmonie, the Tonhalle Zurich, and the NCPA in Beijing, also the Ruhr Piano Festival, the Beethovenfest in Bonn, and the Festivals of Lucerne and Salzburg. Conductors with whom he has performed as a soloist include Sir Neville Marriner, Dennis Russell Davies, Kirill Petrenko, Martin Haselboeck and Bruno Weil. Orchestras he has performed with include the Vienna Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra Budapest and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. He has made numerous recordings for record labels, including Naxos. Gottlieb Wallisch is a Steinway Artist.