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Title Tarantel-Galoppe
Opus 125
Composer Lanner
Arranger Braak, vd
Duration 02:00
Grade
CD -
Series Orchestral 
Instrumentation Symphonic Band 
Number BM627
Price set (score+parts) € 89,00 Add to cart 
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Joseph Lanner (1801-1843) was an Austrian dance music composer. He is best remembered as one of the earliest Viennese composers to reform the waltz from a simple peasant dance to something that even the highest society could enjoy, either as an accompaniment to the dance, or for the music's own sake. He was just as famous as his friend and musical rival Johann Strauss I. 
Lanner's Tarantel-Galoppe Opus 125 is - for those days - a 'wild' galop, inserted in the finale of a waltz or as a separate work. It was popular, especially the by the young ball guests and visitors and played first in the carnival in 1838.

 
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