Light Entertainment and the Queen of Instruments - IV

JOSEF RIXNER (1902-1973): Spanischer Marsch, LUDWIG SIEDE (1888-1956): Leuchtkäferchens Stelldichein, MARIE-AUGUSTE DURAND (1830-1909): Valse, JOSÉ PADILLA (1889-1960): Valencia, JACQUES OFFENBACH (1819-1880): Barcarolle, WILHELM AUGUST JUREK (1870-1934): Deutschmeister-Regimentsmarsch, ALPHONSE LEDUC (1804-1868): Le Rossignol Montmartrois, SCOTT JOPLIN (1868-1917): Weeping Willow, SIEGFRIED TRANSLATEUR (1875-1944): Was Blumen träumen!, CARL FRIEDEMANN (1862-1952): Gruss an Bern, ENRICO TOSELLI (1883-1926): Serenata, EMIL WALDTEUFEL (1837-1915): Estudiantina, JOHN PHILIP SOUSA (1854-1932): Semper fidelis.

Catalogue Number: 06P098

Label: Querstand

Reference: VKJK 1304

Format: CD

Price: $17.98

Description: A strong whiff of the carnival and its barrel and fairground organs comes with this pairing of flute/piccolo and regular church organ in music as light as the timing of the disc (39:16). (Volume 4 is the first one to be released in the U.S. while we've been running Records Interational.) Ursula Bosshardt (flute, piccolo), Ursula Hauser (organ of the Protestant Church, Wädenswil, Switzerland).


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