Classical Sunday: 1 Hour of Waltzes 2

A certain birthday-girl wished for this compilation to be on our site today. 🙂

One Hour of Music – The Greatest Waltzes of All Time 2

Florian Hermann – Dark Eyes Waltz (Andre Rieu version): 00:00 – 02:50
Ilya Alekseevich Shatrov – Hills of Manchuria: 02:50 – 05:35
Georgy Sviridov – Snowstorm Waltz: 05:35 – 9:30
M.Kuess – Waves of Amur: 9:30 – 12:30
Anthony Hopkins – And the Waltz Goes On: 12:30 – 17:45
A. Joyce – Unnamed Waltz: 17:45 – 22:05
Johann Strauss II – Acceleration Waltz: 22:05 – 30:20
Johann Strauss II – Emperor Waltz: 30:20 – 35:15
P. I. Tchaikovsky – Eugene Onegin Waltz: 35:15 – 41:30
Camille Saint Saens – Danse Macabre: 41:30 – 48:40
Johann Strauss II – Blue Danube: 48:40 – 1:00:00

Classical Sunday: Waltz, Waltz Waltz!

Waltz the day away…

One Hour of Waltzes…

Aram Khachaturian – Masquerade Waltz (War and Peace version): 00:06
Under the Sky Of Paris (Andre Rieu’s version): 04:00
Johann Strauss II – Voices of Spring Waltz: 07:22
Juventino Rosas – Over the Waves Waltz: 13:11
Iosif Ivanovici – Waves of the Danube: 13:11
Johann Strauss II – Wiener Blut: 21:28
Johann Strauss II – The Fledermaus Waltz: 27:02
Eugen Doga – Gramophone Waltz: 32:40
Eugen Doga – My Sweet and Tender Beast: 35:12
Dmitry Shostakovich – The Second Waltz: 37:57
Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers: 41:33
Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky – The Swan Lake Waltz: 47:14
Johann Strauss – Tales From the Vienna Woods: 51:44

Classical Sunday: Eugen Doga: Gramophone Waltz

“Love and romance are at the foundation of our whole being. We don’t always agree with this, we begin deviating to the left and right, but there is only one direction – towards the human soul”.  (E. Doga)

“Love and romance are at the foundation of our whole being. We don’t always agree with this, we begin deviating to the left and right, but there is only one direction – towards the human soul”.  (E. Doga)

Eugen Doga (born March 1st, 1937) “is considered a genius and one of the most romantic composers; he is also included on the list of the twenty best and most frequently performed composers of the twentieth century.” (quoted from his Wiki entry)

If you want to watch Mr. Doga play his waltz on the piano himself, head to his official website; the you-tube video is at the bottom of the page:

Dogamusic – Main Page

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