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Orchestral Music - GUNG'L, Josef and Johann (Summer Concert at Hazel Hill, 1871) (Stockholm Strauss Orchestra, Eichenholz)

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Artist(s) Eichenholz, Mika, Conductor • Stockholm Strauss Orchestra
Period(s) Romantic
Genre Classical Music
Category Orchestral
Catalogue 8.225351
Label Marco Polo
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From one of the most famous 19th-century families of musicians and known as “The Strauss of Berlin”, Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l toured widely with his orchestras, and the series of 61 concerts they gave at Hasselbacken, Stockholm in 1871 became one of the greatest events in the history of music in Sweden. This programme recreates such an evening at Hazel Hill, with waltzes such as Gung’l’s memorial to Johann Strauss I, Die Immortellen, dances by celebrated contemporaries, and nephew Johann’s famous march En Avant!


   




Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

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Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


Review By Michael Mark,American Record Guide,November 2012

Hungarian-born Josef Gung’l, known as the Strauss of Berlin, was a noted composer and conductor of light music who gave 61 concerts with his orchestra in Stockholm in 1871 in the city’s Hazel Hill (Hasselbacken) section. This recording is an attempt to recreate such an evening: light music from Germany (including a march by Josef Gung’l’s nephew Johann), Denmark, Hungary, and of course Vienna.

more....


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