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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Dichter und Bauer
Franz von Suppé 9:50
2 Intermezzo aus „Cavalleria rusticana”
Pietro Mascagni 3:27
3 Marinarella
Julius Fučík 10:22
4 Hochzeitsmarsch
Felix Mendelssohn 4:52
5 Säbeltanz
Արամ Խաչատրյան 2:32
6 Valse triste
Jean Sibelius 4:01
7 Florentiner Marsch
Julius Fučík 5:18
8 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Prélude
Georges Bizet 1:22
9 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Aragonaise
Georges Bizet 2:14
10 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Intermezzo/Interlude
Georges Bizet 2:41
11 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Seguedille
Georges Bizet 1:54
12 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Les Dragons d’Alcala
Georges Bizet 1:38
13 Carmen-Suite Nr. 1: Les Toréadors
Georges Bizet 2:20
14 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: Marche de contrebandiers
Georges Bizet 3:58
15 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: Habanera
Georges Bizet 2:12
16 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: Nocturne
Georges Bizet 4:10
17 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: Chanson du Toréador
Georges Bizet 2:40
18 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: La garde montante
Georges Bizet 3:53
19 Carmen-Suite Nr. 2: Danse bohème
Georges Bizet 4:29


CD 1

Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (tracks 8–19)
Julius Fučík (Czech composer) (tracks 3, 7)
Franz von Suppé (track 1)
Felix Mendelssohn (1842) (track 4)
Pietro Mascagni (1888) (track 2)
Jean Sibelius (1903) (track 6)
Aram Khachaturian (Soviet-Armenian composer, Aram Khachaturian) (1942) (track 5)
Cesare Cantieri (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 15)
Vladimir Petroschoff (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 5)
Alfred Scholz (tracks 1–19)
Peter Stern (conductor, supposedly a faux artist Alfred Scholz created) (track 15)
Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra (supposedly a faux orchestra name Alfred Scholz created) (track 15)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–19)
Philharmonisches Festspielorchester (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 5–6)
Süddeutsche Philharmonie (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 4)
revised by:
Jean Sibelius (1904) (track 6)
premiered at:
Konsertti (1904-04-25) (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
PMG (Pilz Media Group) (1988) (track 5)
premiered at:
Svenska Teatern in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland (1904-04-25) (track 6)
Carmen (arrangement for strings by Louise-Andrée Baril) (track 13)
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les toréadors (catch-all for arrangements) (track 13)
Poet and Peasant: Overture (for organ, Evans) (track 1)
Valse Triste, op. 44 no. 1 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for cello and piano, arr. Hermann) (track 6)
Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (for organ, Woods) (track 4)
is based on:
Carmen : Acte III. Entr’acte (intermission between Acts III & IV) (track 9)
Carmen: Acte I. Entr’acte (intermission between Acts I & II) (track 12)
Carmen: Acte II. Entr’acte (intermission between Acts II & III) (track 10)
Carmen: Prélude (track 13)
is the basis for:
Ave Maria (Adapted from the Intermezzo of Cavalleria Rusticana) (track 2)
Kuolema, op. 44: I. Valse triste (for piano) (track 6)
Sancta Maria (based on the Intermezzo from "Cavalleria rusticana" by Mascagni) (track 2)
ピアノのおけいこ1 (Final Fantasy V) (track 15)
later versions:
part of:
Dichter und Bauer (track 1)
2 Pieces from Kuolema, op. 44 (part of collection) (track 6)
Carmen Suite no. 1 (tracks 8–13)
Carmen Suite no. 2 (tracks 14–19)
recording of:
Carmen Suite no. 1: II. Aragonaise (based on Carmen: Entr’acte between Acts III and IV) (track 9)
Carmen Suite no. 1: III. Intermezzo (based on Carmen: Entr’acte between Acts II and III) (track 10)
Carmen Suite no. 1: IV. Séguedille (based on Carmen: Act I. Séguedille et Duo « Près des remparts de Séville ») (track 11)
Carmen Suite no. 1: V. Les Dragons d’Alcala (based on Carmen: Entr’acte between Acts I and II) (track 12)
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les Toréadors (theme from Carmen: Prelude to Act I and Carmen: Act IV. « Les voici ! Voici la quadrille ! ») (track 13)
Marinarella (track 3)
Valse triste, op. 44 no. 1 (for orchestra) (track 6)
referred to in medleys:
revision of:
version of:


manufactured in: West-Germany
printed in: W.-Germany
mastering: Dr. Udo Unger
copyrighted by: PMG (Pilz Media Group) (1988)
glass mastered by: Pilz Compact Disc (not for release label use! German pressing plant located in Kranzberg near Munich)
manufactured by: Pilz Compact Disc (not for release label use! German pressing plant located in Kranzberg near Munich)
rights society: GEMA (German rights society; do not use this as a label or work publisher!)
mastered at: Südwest‐Tonstudio in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
part of: Vienna Master Series (PILZ)
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