Stock Music track: Lanner Steyrische Tanze (Arr Seekirchner)
Styrian Dances (Steyrische Tanze) / Dances de Styrie / Danze Stririane - By Josef Lanner. Arranged and produced by Roman Seekirchner of Seekirchner GmbH and conducted by Vladimir Kiradjiev.
|Track ID number:||11384|
|CD-collection containing this track:||Music collection: Classical Strauss & Lanner|
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|Prominent Instruments:||Full orchestra|
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|Artist:||Lanner, Josef -- Roman Seekirchner|
|Composer:||Lanner, Josef -- Roman Seekirchner (none)|
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April 12, 1801 – April 14, 1843
Josef Franz Lanner was an Austrian violinist and composer. Lanner’s strongest contribution to classical music was his reinvention of the waltz. Previously the waltz was thought as a simple peasant dance. Lanner’s works made the dance popular with the nobles and peasants alike.
Lanner’s musical skill on the violin was entirely self-taught. He joined a small orchestra before assembling a quartet of his own. The group grew along with its popularity, and eventually became a full orchestra, with Lanner conducting. They began to play at carnivals. Such was their popularity that Lanner brought on Johann Strauss I to lead a second group.
The pair eventually severed acrimoniously, which led to a lifelong rivalry (although they eventually reconciled). Lanner’s waltzes remained popular, and he was eventually hired as Musik-Direktor of the Redoutensäle in the Hofburg Imperial Palace.
He later died from typhus in 1843.
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Roman Seekirchner of Seekirchner GmbH and MusikPartner arranges classical music and had their recordings done in Vienna with conductor Vladimir Kiradjiev. Their recordings are now exclusively available to license royalty-free through Shockwave-Sound.com