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Locomotiv-Musik 1: A Musical Train Ride
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release date: June 2008
Originally recorded in 2008
Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Kosice
Naxos - Marco Polo
Total Time - 78:09
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Ankunfts-Walzer, Op. 34
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Souvenir de Carneval, Op. 200
Eisenbahn-Lust-Walzer, Op. 89
JOHANN STRAUSS II
Reiseabenteuer, Op. 227
Glockensignale, Op. 198
Gruss an Munchen, Op. 90
Mit Dampf, Op. 70
Lustfahrten, Op. 177
Tour und Retour, Op. 125
Sveas helsning till Nore (Greetings from Norway)
HANS CHRISTIAN LUMBYE
Kobenhavns Jernbanedamp Galop (Copenhagen Steam Railway Galop)
Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra (Košice)
The East Slovakian town of Košice boasts a long and distinguished musical tradition, as part of a province that once provided Vienna with musicians. The State Philharmonic Orchestra is of relatively recent origin and was established in 1968 under the conductor Bystrik Rezucha. Subsequent principal conductors have included Stanislav Macura and Ladislav Slovák, the latter succeeded in 1985 by his pupil Richard Zimmer. The orchestra has toured widely in Eastern and Western Europe and plays an important part in the Košice Musical Spring and the Košice International Organ Festival.
For Marco Polo the orchestra has made the first compact disc recordings of rare works by Granville Bantock and Joachim Raff. Writing on the last of these, one critic praised the orchestra for its competence comparable to that of the major orchestras of Vienna and Prague. The orchestra has contributed many successful volumes to the complete compact disc Johann Strauss II and for Naxos has recorded a varied repertoire.
Mika Eichenholz was born in Stockholm in 1960 and graduated there at the Royal Academy of Music, completing his studies as a clarinettist in 1986. The following year he began his study of conducting at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki under the distinguished tuition of Jorma Panula. In 1989 he won the Swedish Conducting Competition and embarked on a career as a conductor, with engagements in Sweden and abroad.
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