Clemens Krauss, Richard Strauss : the complete Decca recordings Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949

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Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949
Quixote, Don (Fictitious character); Symphonic poems.; Symphonies.
  • Don Juan : op. 20 : tone poem (after Lenau) for large orchestra (15:41)
  • Ein Heldenleben : op. 40 = A hero's life : tone poem for large orchestra (Willi Boskovsky, violin) (42:50)
  • Also sprach Zarathustra : op. 30 = Thus spoke Zarathustra : tone poem freely composed after Nietzsche (32:43)
  • Don Quixote : op. 35 : fantastic variations on a theme of knightly character (Ernst Moraweg, viola ; Pierre Fournier, cello) (41:58)
  • Sinfonia domestica : op. 53 (42:51)
  • Le bourgeois gentilhomme : suite, op. 60 (36:15)
  • Aus Italien : op. 16 : symphonic fantasy (40:49)
  • Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche : op. 28 = Till Eulenspiegel's merry pranks : after an old picaresque legend, in rondo form (14:48)
  • Salome : op. 54 : music drama in one act after Oscar Wilde's play of the same name (Christel Goltz (Salome) ; Julius Patzak (Herodes) ; Margareta Kenney (Herodias) ; Hans Braun (Jochanaan) ; Anton Dermota (Narraboth) ; Else Schürhoff (Herodias' page) ; Rudolf Christ (First Jew) ; Hugo Meyer-Welfing (Second Jew) ; Kurt Preger (Third Jew) ; Murray Dickie (Fourth Jew) ; Franz Bierbach (Fifth Jew) ; Ludwig Weber (First Nazarene) ; Harald Pröglhöf (Second Nazarene) ; Walter Berry (First soldier) ; Herbert Alsen (Second soldier) ; Ljubomir Pantscheff (a Cappadocian) ; Hermann Gallos (a slave)).
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