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Strauss, J, II: Die Fledermaus

Hilde Güden (Rosalinde), Eberhard Wächter (Eisenstein), Giuseppe
Zampieri (Alfred), Rita Streich (Adele), Gerhard Stolze (Orlofsky),
Peter Klein (Blind), Walter Berry (Falke), Erich Kunz (Frank), Josef
Meinrad (Frosch), Elfriede Ott (Ida)

Wiener Philharmoniker, Wiener Staatsoper
Herbert von Karajan
Recorded: 1960-06
Recording Venue: Sofiensaal, Vienna

BBC Music Magazine May 2007

The most luxuriantly Viennese of all Fledermice, with Karajan and
the Philharmonic at their most effervescent and a delectable
Staatsoper cast, plus a gala of 1950s Decca stars including Björling,
Nilsson and Sutherland.
 

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Cantatas of the Bach Family

Benjamin Appl (baritone), Christoph Hartmann (oboe)

Berlin Barock Solisten, Reinhard Goebel

Bach, C P E: Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Stande, Wq. Deest
Bach, C P E: Symphony in F
Bach, J C F: Pygmalion
Bach, J S: Cantata BWV82 'Ich habe genug'
Bach, W F: Symphony in B flat major, F 71
 

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Wiliam Boyce: Trumpet Voluntary in D major

played by Cathy Peacock (trumpet) and Mervyn Payne (organ)


Also in this Voluntary the first movement normally is omitted and only the second is played. I made an arrangement of this second movement with several repetitions (something like a rondo) for trumpet, trombone and organ, so it is long enough for my bridegroom and me to walk all the way out of the church: My bridegroom is in fact walking disabled; he is paraplegic, but fortunately he is able to walk with the help of an exoskeleton and crutches.
 
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