Tracklist

CD 1: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Figaro’s Hochzeit KV 492: Ouvertüre
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4 4:20
2 Sinfonie Nr. 41 KV 551 „Jupiter“: I. Allegro vivace
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 11:25
3 Sonate für Klavier Nr. 11 KV 331: III. Rondo alla Turca
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:37
4 Konzert für Horn und Orchester Nr. 3 KV 447: I. Allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:59
5 Konzert für Piano und Orchester Nr. 17 KV 453: II. Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 9:22
6 Konzert für Oboe und Orchester KV 314: III. Rondo allegretto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:11
7 Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 9 KV 251: II. Andante
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 10:48
8 Serenade Nr. 13 KV 525 „Eine kleine Nachtmusik“: Allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:32
9 Serenade Nr. 13 KV 525 „Eine kleine Nachtmusik“: Romanca
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:45
10 Serenade Nr. 13 KV 525 „Eine kleine Nachtmusik“: Menuetto, Allegretto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2:20
11 Serenade Nr. 13 KV 525 „Eine kleine Nachtmusik“: Rondo, Allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 3:25
CD 2: Franz Schubert
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Sinfonie Nr. 8 D 759 h-moll „Unvollendete“: Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert 13:43
2 Sinfonie Nr. 8 D 759 h-moll „Unvollendete“: Allegro con moto
Franz Schubert 10:26
3 Impromptu Nr. 3
Franz Schubert 5:30
4 Streichquartett Nr. 12 D 703 c-moll „Quartettsatz“ op. ph.: Allegro assai
Franz Schubert 9:22
5 Moment Musical D 780 Nr. 3 f-moll „Air russe“
Franz Schubert 8:57
CD 3: Johann Strauss
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 An der schönen blauen Donau, op. 314
Johann Strauss 10:05
2 Tritsch - Tratsch - Polka, op. 214
Johann Strauss 2:41
3 Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410
Johann Strauss 6:58
4 Rosen aus dem Süden, op. 388
Johann Strauss 9:16
5 Pizzicato - Polka
Johann Strauss 2:46
6 Kaiserwalzer, op. 437
Johann Strauss 12:01
7 Perpetuum Mobile, op. 257
Johann Strauss 2:57
8 Eljen a Magyar, op. 332
Johann Strauss 2:49
9 Wiener Blut, op. 354
Johann Strauss 9:29
10 Persischer Marsch, op. 298
Johann Strauss 2:23
11 Radetzky - Marsch, op. 228
Johann Strauss 2:56
CD 4: Peter Tschaikowsky
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 1: Ouvertüre miniature
Peter Tschaikowsky 3:17
2 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 2: Marche miniature
Peter Tschaikowsky 2:47
3 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 3: Tanz der Zuckerfee
Peter Tschaikowsky 2:09
4 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 4: Trepak - Russischer Tanz
Peter Tschaikowsky 1:15
5 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 5: Arabischer Tanz
Peter Tschaikowsky 3:40
6 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 6: Chinesischer Tanz
Peter Tschaikowsky 1:25
7 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 7: Tanz der Rohrflöten
Peter Tschaikowsky 2:40
8 Nußknacker Suite, op. 71a, Nr. 8: Blumen Walzer
Peter Tschaikowsky 7:09
9 Symphony No. 5, op. 64 e-moll: III. Walzer Allegro moderato
Peter Tschaikowsky 6:01
10 Capriccio Italien, op. 45
Peter Tschaikowsky 15:07
11 Sinfonie Nr. 6 op. 74 h-moll „Pathétique“: II. Marsch: Allegro con grazia
Peter Tschaikowsky 8:01
12 Dornröschen Suite, op. 66a: Introduction - La Fèe des Lilas
Peter Tschaikowsky 3:32
13 Dornröschen Suite, op. 66a: Pass d’Action
Peter Tschaikowsky 5:26
14 Dornröschen Suite, op. 66a: Pas de Caractère
Peter Tschaikowsky 2:32
15 Dornröschen Suite, op. 66a: Panorama
Peter Tschaikowsky 4:24
16 Dornröschen Suite, op. 66a: Apothèse
Peter Tschaikowsky 2:00
CD 5: Antonio Vivaldi
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 1: „Der Frühling“: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:27
2 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 1: „Der Frühling“: Largo e pianissimo sempre
Antonio Vivaldi 2:15
3 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 1: „Der Frühling“: Allegro (Danza patorale)
Antonio Vivaldi 5 4:02
4 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 2: „Der Sommer“: Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi 5:16
5 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 2: „Der Sommer“: Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi 2:09
6 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 2: „Der Sommer“: Tempo impettuoso d’Estate
Antonio Vivaldi 2:56
7 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 3: „Der Herbst“: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 5:07
8 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 3: „Der Herbst“: Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi 2:05
9 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 3: „Der Herbst“: La Caccia
Antonio Vivaldi 3:21
10 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 4: „Der Winter“: Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi 5 3:35
11 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 4: „Der Winter“: Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 1:45
12 Konzert für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo „Die vier Jahreszeiten“, op. 8 Nr. 4: „Der Winter“: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:31
13 Konzert für Mandoline, Streicher & Basso continuo, Nr. 1 C-Dur: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:12
14 Konzert für Mandoline, Streicher & Basso continuo, Nr. 1 C-Dur: Largo
Antonio Vivaldi 2:48
15 Konzert für Mandoline, Streicher & Basso continuo, Nr. 1 C-Dur: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 2:45
16 Konzert für Violoncello, Streicher & Basso continuo, G-Dur: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:04
17 Konzert für Violoncello, Streicher & Basso continuo, G-Dur: Siciliana
Antonio Vivaldi 2:32
18 Konzert für Violoncello, Streicher & Basso continuo, G-Dur: Alla Breve
Antonio Vivaldi 4:09
19 Concerto Grosso, Nr. 10 op. 3: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 4:15
20 Concerto Grosso, Nr. 10 op. 3: Largo, Larghetto
Antonio Vivaldi 3:20
21 Concerto Grosso, Nr. 10 op. 3: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 3:32
22 Konzert für Streicher und Basso continuo, G-Dur: Presto
Antonio Vivaldi 1:34
23 Konzert für Streicher und Basso continuo, G-Dur: Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi 1:02
24 Konzert für Streicher und Basso continuo, G-Dur: Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi 1:30

Credits

CD 1: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

composed in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1778) (track 3)
oboe:
Bozo Rogelja (track 6)
piano:
Leonard Hokanson (tracks 5, 7)
Herbert Wendl (track 3)
horn:
Jože Falout (Slovenian horn player, born 1934) (track 4)
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1777) (track 7)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1777 – 1778) (track 6)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1783) (track 3)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1784) (track 5)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1784 – 1787) (track 4)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1786) (track 1)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1787) (tracks 8–11)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1788 – 1788-08-10) (track 2)
conductor:
Pietro di la Corona (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 1)
Günter Kehr (conductor) (tracks 8–11)
Francesco Macci (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–11)
Alexander von Pitamic (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8–11)
Kurt Redel (tracks 4–7)
Alfred Scholz (tracks 1–2, 9)
Laurence Gordon Siegel (conductor, possibly another pseudonym Alfred Scholz created) (track 1)
orchestra:
Berlin Symphony Orchestra (use only if the correct orchestra is unknown - see annotation) (track 1)
Camerata Academica (Alfred Scholz orchestra, not the same as Camerata Academia Salzburg) (tracks 8–11)
Camerata Labacensis (tracks 4–11)
Camerata Salzburg (tracks 8–11)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 1)
Mainz Chamber Orchestra (tracks 8–11)
Mozart Festival Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 8, 11)
Philharmonia Slavonica (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1, 9)
Philharmonic Orchestra London (Alfred Scholz related) (tracks 1–2, 8–11)
Ljubljana Symphony Orchestra of Yugoslavia (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 8–11)
arrangements:
Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Overture (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
has revision:
is the basis for:
Game Start A (Mario Bros.) (track 8)
Mozart/Figaro (track 1)
later parody versions:
Mozart avec nous (track 3)
later versions:
orchestrations:
Turkish March (track 3)
part of:
recording of:

CD 2: Franz Schubert

bowed string instruments:
Bamberger Quartett (track 4)
piano:
Leonard Hokanson (tracks 3, 5)
composer:
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (track 3)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (track 5)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1820-12) (track 4)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1822) (tracks 1–2)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1827) (track 3)
conductor:
Anton Nanut (conductor) (tracks 1–2)
instruments:
Bamberger Quartett (track 4)
orchestra:
Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubjana (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 1–2)
part of:
Works of Fryderyk Chopin by opus number (number: op. 51) (track 3)
arrangements:
Impromptu in G major, D. 899 no. 3 (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 3)
Impromptu in G-flat major, S. 565b no. 2 (edited by Liszt) (track 3)
Moment musical in F minor, D. 780 no. 3 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Moment musicaux, op. 94 no. 3 (Leschetizky arr.) (track 5)
is the basis for:
later versions:
6 Moments musicaux for Piano, op. 94, D. 780: No. 3 (for violin and piano, Kreisler) (track 5)
orchestrations:
part of:
recording of:

CD 3: Johann Strauss

premiered in:
Wien, Austria (1867-02-15) (track 1)
Berlin, Germany (1889-10-21) (track 6)
additional conductor:
Carl Michalski (conductor) (tracks 7–8)
choir vocals:
composer:
Johann Strauss (Baptist, Vater, Johann Strauss I, Sr., the Elder, the Father) (track 11)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (tracks 2–4, 8–10)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1861) (track 7)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1866) (track 1)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1869) (track 5)
Josef Strauss (1869) (track 5)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1882) (track 3)
Johann Strauss (Austro-German composer, "Walzerkönig", Johann Strauss II, Sohn, Jr., the Younger, the Son) (1889) (track 6)
conductor:
Peter Falk (conductor) (tracks 1, 3–4, 8–10)
Joseph Francek (conductor, probably a pseudonym for Alfred Scholz) (tracks 3, 8, 10)
Paul Kantschieder (tracks 7–8)
Carl Michalski (conductor) (tracks 6–8, 10–11)
Alfred Scholz (tracks 2, 5, 7–8)
orchestra:
Strauss-Orchester Wien (probably related to Alfred Scholz; to imitate the Wiener Johann Strauss Orchestra) (track 8)
Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera Orchestra) (tracks 3, 7–8, 10)
Wiener Strauss Orchester (tracks 3, 8)
performer:
Strauss-Orchester Wien (probably related to Alfred Scholz; to imitate the Wiener Johann Strauss Orchestra) (track 10)
part of:
Works of Josef Strauss by opus number (number: op. 234) (track 5)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 257) (track 7)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 289) (track 10)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 314) (track 1)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 332) (track 8)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 354) (track 9)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 388) (track 4)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 410) (track 3)
Works of Johann Strauss Jr. by opus number (number: op. 437) (track 6)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
An der schönen, blauen Donau, op. 314 (for piano, by Cziffra) (track 1)
Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410 (for piano, arr. Alfred Grünfeld) (track 3)
Kaiser-Walzer (for chamber ensemble, Schönberg) (track 6)
Perpetuum Mobile (Comedian Harmonists arrangement) (track 7)
Perpetuum Mobile, op. 257 (for two pianos, Steuermann) (track 7)
Perpetuum Mobile, op. 257 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
Perpetuum mobile (for brass band, Snell) (track 7)
Rosen aus dem Süden (for chamber ensemble, Schönberg) (track 4)
Tritsch-Tratsch Polka (for piano, arr. Cziffra) (track 2)
is the basis for:
An der schönen blauen Donau (Comedian Harmonists version) (track 1)
Red Danube (track 1)
The Blue Danube (Spike Jones version) (track 1)
later translated versions:
later versions:
River of Light (track 1)
Voci di Primavera (version with solo voice; “Frühlingsstimmen” in Italian) (track 3)
recording of:
Frühlingsstimmen, op. 410 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Radetzky March, op. 228 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Tritsch-Tratsch Polka, op. 214 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Wiener Blut, op. 354 (waltz) (track 9)

CD 4: Peter Tschaikowsky

premiered in:
Moskva, Russia (1880-12-18) (track 10)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (tracks 2, 2–3, 3–8, 12–15)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (– 1892) (track 1)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1880-01 – 1880-05) (track 10)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1888-05 – 1888-08) (track 9)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1893-02 – 1893-08) (track 11)
conductor:
Henry Adolph (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
Gerhard Bosse (violinist) (track 1)
Pietro di la Corona (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 8)
Alberto Lizzio (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
Takao Matsumo (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
Marko Munih (tracks 10–11)
Anton Nanut (conductor) (track 9)
Laurence Siegel (conductor, possibly another pseudonym Alfred Scholz created) (tracks 12–16)
dedicated to:
orchestra:
Berlin Festival Orchestra (possibly another Scholtz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
New Philharmonia Orchestra London (conducted by Alfred Scholz) (tracks 12–16)
The New Philharmonic Orchestra (bogus name used on budget releases, not the London Philharmonic or the New Philharmonia) (tracks 1–8)
Philharmonia Slavonica (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 2, 4)
Radio Symphony Orchestra Ljubljana (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 9–11)
Symphonic Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 8)
Tokyo Festival Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–8)
part of:
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 47) (track 10)
arrangements:
Capriccio Italien (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Capriccio Italien, op. 45 (for wind band, Winterbottom) (track 10)
Faeries (track 3)
Symphony no. 5 in E minor, op. 64: III. Valse. Allegro moderato (for piano four hands, Taneyev) (track 9)
The Nutcracker Suite: March (Jim Dooley's arrangement) (track 2)
The Nutcracker: Danse des mirlitons (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 7)
The Nutcracker: Ouverture miniature (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 1)
The Nutcracker: Valse des fleurs (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 8)
has revision:
is the basis for:
Nutrocker (track 2)
later versions:
part of:
Щелкунчик, op. 71: Действие I (The Nutcracker, op. 71: Act 1) (track 2)
The Sleeping Beauty, op. 66a (Suite) (tracks 12–15)
Щелкунчик, op. 71: Действие II (The Nutcracker, op. 71: Act 2) (track 3)
recording of:
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Tchaikovsky (tracks 1–4, 6–7)
revision of:

CD 5: Antonio Vivaldi

violin:
Alexander Permovalsky (violinist, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–10, 12)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (tracks 13, 13, 19, 19–20, 20, 22–24)
Antonio Vivaldi (1723) (tracks 1–12)
conductor:
Simon Addison (probably an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 2, 7)
Eugen Duvier (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 13)
Alberto Lizzio (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–18)
Heribert Münchner (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–10, 12)
Anton Nanut (conductor) (tracks 19–20)
orchestra:
Baroque Festival Orchestra (probably another Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–12)
Camerata Romana (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 13)
The English Philharmonic Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym assocated with Simon Addison, not the orchestra founded in 1998) (tracks 2, 7)
Musici di San Marco (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 13–18)
Musici di Zagreb (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 1)
I Solisti di Zagreb (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 19–24)
Südwest-Studioorchester (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 1–10, 12)
performer:
Musici di San Marco (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 13)
part of:
Catalogo numerico-tematico delle opere strumentali (Antonio Vivaldi) (number: F. V/1) (track 13)
Ryom-Verzeichnis (number: RV 425) (track 13)
arrangements:
is the basis for:
Otoño (Mocedades) (track 7)
later versions:
V (track 10)
part of:
partial recording of:
parts:
recording of:
referred to in medleys: