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Richard Strauss: Piano Works

Lingling Park

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Salome, Op. 54  
1.1
Dance of the Seven Veils
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
9:26
Piano Sonata in B Minor, Op. 5, TrV 103  
1.2
I. Allegro molto appassionato
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
9:51
1.3
II. Adagio cantabile
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
5:45
1.4
III. Scherzo presto
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
3:02
1.5
IV. Finale. Allegretto vivo
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
7:38
Stimmungsbilder, Op. 9, TrV 127  
1.6
I. Auf stillem Waldespfad
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
4:23
1.7
II. An einsamer Quelle
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
3:30
1.8
III. Intermezzo
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
3:45
1.9
IV. Träumerei
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
2:57
1.10
V. Heidebild
Richard Strauss; Lingling Park
4:28
Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59, TrV 227  
1.11
Act III: Walzer (arr. by O. Singer for piano)
Richard Strauss; Otto Singer; Lingling Park
8:46
Total Playing Time    63:31
This solo piano recital from Lingling Park features works by Richard Strauss, ranging from Salome's Dance of the Seven Veils to the Piano Sonata in B Minor.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – OMF Studio Masters

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