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Alois Strohmayer, Johann Schrammel, Josef Schrammel, Klassisches Wiener Schrammel-Quartett - Schrammel-Musik Für Strauss flac album

Alois Strohmayer, Johann Schrammel, Josef Schrammel, Klassisches Wiener Schrammel-Quartett - Schrammel-Musik Für Strauss flac album
Title:
Schrammel-Musik Für Strauss
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Style:
Volksmusik
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1899 mb
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4.1 ✪

Johann Schrammel, (22 May 1850 – 17 June 1893), was an Austrian composer and musician. Johann was the illegitimate son of the clarinettist Kaspar Schrammel and his late wife Aloisia Ernst; his younger brother Josef Schrammel was in a similar situation. He also had an older half-brother named Konrad Schrammel (1833–1905), who had a less prestigious livelihood as a barrel organ player as he was forced to retire as an "invalid" from military service.

Josef Schrammel, (3 March 1852 – 24 November 1895), was an Austrian composer and musician. He was an illegitimate son of Kasper Schrammel and his later wife Alosia Ernst. Very early in his life, his father recognised the talent of Josef and sent them, despite financial hardship, to the Conservatory of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde (Society of Friends of Music in Vienna) where he received violin lessons. Later in his life, he travelled to the Orient.

In 1878, the brothers Johann Schrammel (1850–1893) and Josef Schrammel (1852-1895), musicians, violinists and composers from Vienna, Austria, formed an ensemble with guitarist Anton Strohmayer, son of the celebrated composer Alois Strohmayer. The Schrammel brothers played two violins, accompanied by Strohmayer on a double-necked contraguitar. Inspired by both urbane and rustic traditions, the three musicians performed folk songs, marches, and dance music, most often for audiences at wine taverns (Heurigen) and inns around Vienna. At first the trio called themselves the "Nussdorfers".

Kleine Wiener Walzer. By Alois Strohmayer & Philipp Fahrbach Jr. 1:58. By Johann Strauss II. 9:02.

In 1878, Johann Schrammel (1850–1893) and Josef Schrammel (1852-1895), violinist brothers from northwestern Austria, formed an ensemble with guitarist Anton Strohmayer, who accompanied the two violins on a double-necked contraguitar.

Repertoire der Brüder Schrammel: Tanz h-Moll. Alois Strohmayer, Jenny Renate Wicke, Walter Raffeiner. Alois Strohmayer, Neue Wiener Concert Schrammeln. Vergissmeinnicht-Blümchen (arr. L. Böck for string quartet). Lois Bock, Alois Strohmayer, Classical Vienna Schrammel Quartet.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Wiener Fiaker, Galopp
Composed By – Johann Schrammel
A2 «Die Eisern», Wienertänze
Composed By – Alois Strohmayer
A3 Veilchen-Polka, Polka Française
Composed By – Alois Strohmayer
A4 Vergissmeinnicht-Blümchen, Walzer
Composed By – Alois Strohmayer
A5 Das Picksüsse Hölzl, Tänze
Composed By – Anonymous
A6 In Arte Voluptas, Marsch
Composed By – Josef Schrammel
B1 Wie Der Schnabel G-wachsen Ist, Walzer
Composed By – Johann Schrammel
B2 Pester-Polka, Polka Française
Composed By – Josef Schrammel
B3 Wienertänze
Composed By – Josef Schrammel
B4 Nussdorfer-Marsch
Composed By – Johann Schrammel
B5 «D-Tanz», Wienertänze (Terzett)
Composed By – Johann Schrammel
B6 Hallosdrie, Polka Schnell
Composed By – Johann Schrammel

Credits

  • Ensemble – Klassisches Wiener Schrammel-Quartett*
  • Producer [Produktion] – Wladyslaw Glowacz
  • Recording Supervisor – Walter Paul Gross
  • Technician – Georg Brüne, Jaroslav Janda

Notes

Ⓟ Ⓒ Tudor Recording AG, CH-8048 Zürich, 1978
Printed in Switzerland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ML
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TUD-73016 A Sonderegger Swiss Made crossbow
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TUD-73016 B² Sonderegger Swiss Made crossbow