Viennese Spectacular - Record Six. Artist: Various Label: Decca - Reader's Digest – RDS 9016 – RDES 2814 Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: England Released: 1969 Genre: Classical. Side A, A1 J. Strauss Jr. The Blue Danube, A2 J. Roses From The South, A3 J. Tales From The Vienna Woods, A4 J. Kiss Waltz, A5 J.
The Viennese custom is to anticipate slightly the second beat of each bar, making it sound as if the third is late and creating a certain buoyancy. The younger Strauss (Johann Strauss II) would sometimes break up the one-two-three of the melody with a one-two pattern in the accompaniment along with other rhythms, maintaining the 3 4 time while causing the dancers to dance a two-step waltz In traditional Irish music, the waltz was taught by travelling dancing masters to those who could afford their lessons during the 19th century. By the end of that century, the dance spread to the middle and lower classes of Irish society and traditional triple-tune tunes and songs were altered to fit the waltz rhythm.
Various – 1776-1976 Bicentennial Spectacular. 이블: Unisong Records – 1001. 식: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold.
Six is the second album by English alternative rock band Mansun, released in September 1998 via Parlophone.
196? Stereo Spectacular. Audio Fidelity DFS-7777.
Deep Six is a compilation album featuring six Seattle-based alternative rock bands and was released in 1986. It was the very first release by C/Z Records with a catalogue number of CZ01 for 2,000 copies. The album was reissued as a joint C/Z Records/A&M Records release on April 5, 1994. The album was compiled by Seattle locals Chris Hanzsek and Tina Casale of CZ Records to showcase what was going on in the Seattle rock community at this time by drawing on the talents of six like-minded bands
|A1||–J. Strauss Jr.*||The Blue Danube|
|A2||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Roses From The South|
|A3||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Tales From The Vienna Woods|
|A4||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Kiss Waltz|
|A5||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Lagoon Waltz|
|A6||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Wine, Women And Song|
|B1||–J. Strauss Sr.*||Radetzky March|
|B4||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Explosion Polka|
|B5||–J. Strauss Jr.*||Die Fledermaus Overture|
|B6||–Werner Muller And His Orchestra*||Morning, Noon And Night In Vienna|