Fritz Reiner with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Strauss: Waltzes

 
 
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Strauss: Waltzes
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Ah, those fabulous Strauss Waltz's performed to near perfection by Fritz Reiner conducting the CSO. Transferred from the original 3-track session masters gives new insight into the real dynamic contrasts that make this a real Living Stereo recording.
Johann Strauss, Jr. (1825-1899)
Vienna Blood, Op. 354
Artists' Life, Op. 316

Josef Strauss (1827-1870)
My Life Is Love And Laughter
(Mein Lebenslaud ist Lieb' und Lust)

Johann Strauss, Jr.
Roses From The South, Op. 388
Treasure Waltz, Op. 418 (from The Gypsy Baron)
Thunder And Lightning Polka, Op. 324

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