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Album: Strauss: Waltzes

Artist: Robert Stolz & Vienna Philharmonic

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Legacy International

Tracklist For Strauss: Waltzes By Artist Robert Stolz & Vienna Philharmonic

Title Artist Time
Blue Danube Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 9:48 USD 0.99
Vienna Bon Bons Vienna Philharmonic 3:31 USD 0.99
Emperor Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 10:04 USD Album Only
Morning Papers Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 3:16 USD 0.99
Tales From The Vienna Woods Vienna Philharmonic 12:08 USD Album Only
The Artist's Life Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 3:25 USD 0.99
Wine, Women And Song Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 3:23 USD 0.99
Vienna Blood Vienna Philharmonic 8:52 USD 0.99
Cagliostrowalzer Vienna Philharmonic 2:15 USD 0.99
The Voices Of Spring Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 6:05 USD 0.99
Myrtle Blossom Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 2:22 USD 0.99
The Kiss Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 3:38 USD 0.99
You And You Waltz Vienna Philharmonic 2:11 USD 0.99

Reviews For Strauss: Waltzes By Artist Robert Stolz & Vienna Philharmonic

  • Awful!!!!

    By soundmanks
    This particular version of this CD is HORRIBLE! Lo-Fi, distorted, and not worth $0.99. There is another version of this, so save your $$$ and buy the other version! SHAME ON iTunes for even posting this copy in their store. Will be requesting a refund!
  • The recording is terribly over modulated

    By bzuzga
    I’m not sure what went wrong, either during recording, editing, or encoding for iTunes, but you probably won’t hear it in the preview. It is most noticeable from the brass instruments. I agree with another reviewer, find a different recording of this wonderful piece.
  • You should buy another version of this song, NOT THIS ONE

    By Free-thinker
    I really like this song, thanks to Bugs Bunny! This recording is of poor quality, despite the plus symbol. It sounds like a bad cassette. I bought it and I'm going to delete it and buy another one... Perhaps the one from the album, "The Only Classical CD You'll Ever Need".
  • schmaltzy reorchestrations

    By eagleboy
    Robert Stolz was highly gifted as a conductor and composer of light Viennese music but showed horrible taste in revising the orchestrations for these pieces. Johann Strauss II's own original orchestrations can't be surpassed.

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