℗ 2020 Grand Piano
Released November 13, 2020
Duration 1h 05m 18s
Record Label Grand Piano
Catalogue No. GP814
Genre Classical (Piano)
 

20th Century Foxtrots, Vol. 2

Gottlieb Wallisch

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Tuttifäntchen Suite  
1.1
VII. Tanz der Holzpuppen. Foxtrot (Version for Piano)
Paul Hindemith; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:50
1.2
Blues (1)
Eduard Bornschein; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:05
Der Vetter aus Dingsda, Op. 13  
1.3
Sieben Jahre lebt' ich in Batavia (Arr. H.J. Vieth for Piano)
Eduard Künneke; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:38
1.4
Blues (2)
Eugen d'Albert; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:59
1.5
Fox Trot in C Major
Eduard Erdmann; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:04
3 Dance Improvisations  
1.6
No. 1, Tempo di Foxtrot
Walter Gieseking; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:22
1.7
No. 2, Schnell
Walter Gieseking; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:03
1.8
No. 3, Tempo di Charleston
Walter Gieseking; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:20
10 Pieces for Children  
1.9
No. 10, Shimmy
Fidelio Fritz Finke; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:59
15 Short Piano Pieces, Op. 33  
1.10
No. 14, Tango
Max Butting; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:26
Concert Jazz-Suite  
1.11
I. Charleston
Leopold Mittmann; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:31
1.12
II. Blues
Leopold Mittmann; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:27
1.13
III. Hot
Leopold Mittmann; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:56
1.14
Jazz-Etüde
Kurt Herbst; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:55
1.15
Little Shimmy
Bernhard Sekles; Gottlieb Wallisch
0:36
Moderne Tanzsuite, Op. 115  
1.16
I. Blues
Walter Rudolph Niemann; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:15
1.17
II. Valse Boston
Walter Rudolph Niemann; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:27
1.18
III. Tempo di Charleston
Walter Rudolph Niemann; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:56
1.19
IV. Tango
Walter Rudolph Niemann; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:35
1.20
V. Negertanz
Walter Rudolph Niemann; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:42
6 Klavierstücke, Vol. 1 (Excerpts)  
1.21
No. 3, Rag-Caprice
Stefan Wolpe; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:07
1.22
No. 4, Tango
Stefan Wolpe; Gottlieb Wallisch
3:18
The Threepenny Opera  
1.23
Tango-Ballade (Arr. for Piano)
Kurt Weill; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:56
1.24
Fox Trot (Excerpts Arr. for Piano from "David Golder")
Walter Goehr; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:57
1.25
Tango (Excerpts Arr. for Piano from "David Golder")
Walter Goehr; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:38
1.26
Quick-Fox (Version for Piano)
Siegfried Borris; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:28
1.27
Tango (Version for Piano)
Siegfried Borris; Gottlieb Wallisch
1:57
1.28
Scène au Dancing (Excerpts from "Marie Galante" / Version for Piano)
Kurt Weill; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:23
1.29
Tango "Youkali" (Excerpts from "Marie Galante" / Version for Piano)
Kurt Weill; Gottlieb Wallisch
2:28
Digital Booklet
The first volume in this series traced the inter-war craze for carefree dance music in Austria and the Czech Lands. This latest album focuses on Germany where jazz-influenced music flourished from the mid-1920s onwards even in the face of some social, political and racial opposition. Cabarets and dancehalls rejected this nationalist resistance and the Weimar Republic rejoiced in a cross-pollination of symphonic jazz and Kunstjazz – a fusion of dance and classical elements. The many previously unrecorded pieces here chart the progress of this vigorous musical rejuvenation.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.78
-11.06 to -0.80
-24.30
-29.80 to -19.46
14
12 to 16
1
VII. Tanz der Holzpuppen. Foxtrot (Version for Piano)
-2.20-22.9714
2
Blues (1)
-11.06-29.8012
3
Sieben Jahre lebt' ich in Batavia (Arr. H.J. Vieth for Piano)
-1.35-23.2414
4
Blues (2)
-2.59-25.5315
5
Fox Trot in C Major
-0.80-22.8014
6
No. 1, Tempo di Foxtrot
-3.23-24.6715
7
No. 2, Schnell
-3.63-23.3012
8
No. 3, Tempo di Charleston
-2.21-22.8514
9
No. 10, Shimmy
-3.48-24.4113
10
No. 14, Tango
-4.56-27.1013
11
I. Charleston
-1.35-19.4612
12
II. Blues
-1.35-25.8415
13
III. Hot
-1.35-20.2314
14
Jazz-Etüde
-2.34-22.3913
15
Little Shimmy
-3.94-26.2413
16
I. Blues
-1.98-23.4414
17
II. Valse Boston
-1.65-25.2314
18
III. Tempo di Charleston
-1.37-24.4316
19
IV. Tango
-2.78-25.6215
20
V. Negertanz
-1.39-25.1216
21
No. 3, Rag-Caprice
-1.37-24.9015
22
No. 4, Tango
-1.38-25.5616
23
Tango-Ballade (Arr. for Piano)
-6.30-26.3714
24
Fox Trot (Excerpts Arr. for Piano from "David Golder")
-2.57-23.1514
25
Tango (Excerpts Arr. for Piano from "David Golder")
-3.75-23.9813
26
Quick-Fox (Version for Piano)
-1.36-22.8113
27
Tango (Version for Piano)
-4.43-25.1213
28
Scène au Dancing (Excerpts from "Marie Galante" / Version for Piano)
-1.47-21.7614
29
Tango "Youkali" (Excerpts from "Marie Galante" / Version for Piano)
-3.34-26.2314

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