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Seufzer-Galopp, Op 9
composer
December 1828

Recordings
'Strauss Dances' (CDA67169)
Strauss Dances
Details
Track 16 on CDA67169 [1'38] Archive Service

Seufzer-Galopp, Op 9
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The elder Johann Strauss began his career with his own orchestra in October 1825, a month after splitting from his friend and rival, Joseph Lanner. Before long his dance compositions became sufficiently popular to find their way into print. Galops form a significant part of his early output, since the style was one of the most popular of the 1820s and 1830s. They provided dancers with lively but – to avoid over-exhaustion – necessarily brief exertion. The Seufzer-Galopp (‘Sigh Galop’) was among a batch of Strauss’s dances published in December 1828, the sighs of the title being depicted in the falling notes of the fourth of the dance’s four eight-bar sections.

from notes by Andrew Lamb © 2000

Track-specific metadata
Details for CDA67169 track 16
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-00-16916
Duration
1'38
Recording date
16 December 1999
Recording venue
St George's, Brandon Hill, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Tony Faulkner
Hyperion usage
  1. Strauss Dances (CDA67169)
    Disc 1 Track 16
    Release date: November 2000
    Deletion date: January 2012
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