Fritz Kreisler: The Complete Recordings Vol.9 | Naxos - Historical 8111410

Fritz Kreisler: The Complete Recordings Vol.9


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Label: Naxos - Historical

Cat No: 8111410

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 14th February 2020



Fritz Kreisler (violin)
Hugo Kreisler (cello)
Carl Lamson (piano)
Michael Raucheisen (piano)


Albeniz, Isaac

Espana: Album Leaves (6), op.165 B37 (Seis hojas de album)
» III Malaguena (arr. Kreisler)
» II Tango (arr. Kreisler)

Bizet, Georges

L'Arlesienne Suite no.2
» II Intermezzo (arr. Kreisler)

Debussy, Claude

Petite Suite
» I En bateau (arr. Choisnel)
Preludes (12), Book 1
» no.8 La fille aux cheveux de lin (The girl with the flaxen hair) (arr. Hartmann)

Dohnanyi, Erno

Ruralia Hungarica for violin and piano, op.32c

Drdla, Frantisek


Dvorak, Antonin

Humoresques (8), op.101 B187
» no.7 in G flat major (arr. Kreisler)

Falla, Manuel de

Canciones populares espanolas (7)
» no.6 Cancion (arr. Kochanski)
La vida breve
» Danse espagnole no.1 (arr. Kreisler)

Foster, Stephen

Old Folks at Home (arr. Kreisler)

Kreisler, Fritz

Gypsy caprice
Marche miniature viennoise
O Sanctissima (Corelli)
Schon Rosmarin
Tambourin chinois, op.3

Massenet, Jules

Thais: Meditation (arr. Martin Marsick)

Nevin, Ethelbert

Mighty Lak' a Rose (arr. Kreisler)
The Rosary (arr. Kreisler)

Schumann, Robert

Romances (3), op.94
» no.2 in A major (arr. F Kreisler)


Fritz Kreisler (violin)
Hugo Kreisler (cello)
Carl Lamson (piano)
Michael Raucheisen (piano)


Over the course of the twelve months charted in this ninth volume, the 52-year-old Fritz Kreisler made a series of recordings where he set down the standard electric versions of many of his most popular pieces. They include his first ever recording of his own Gipsy Caprice and of Falla’s Canción as well as a replacement for his acoustic 1912 recording of Schön Rosmarin. Four pieces with his cellist brother Hugo were made in Berlin, whilst some of his greatest playing comes in the Ruralia hungarica by his former sonata partner Dohnányi. All preserve the inimitable tonal and expressive beauties of which he was a master.

Recorded 1927–1928

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