Mariss Jansons conducts music from the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the Waldbühne

Travellers who visited the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the 19th century would have come into contact with the most disparate musical idioms: Austrians, Bohemians and Hungarians all wrote works that were individually coloured but characterized by a shared sense of verve and radiance. In 1994 Mariss Jansons conducted highlights of this fascinating culture at the Waldbühne in Berlin. Among the works performed were pieces by Johann Strauss, Franz Liszt and George Enescu.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Mariss Jansons

Mikhail Rudy

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Mariss Jansons conductor
Franz von Suppè composer
Franz Schubert composer
George Enescu composer
Bedřich Smetana composer
Richard Strauss composer
Johann Strauss II composer
Franz Liszt composer
Johannes Brahms composer
Johann Strauss composer
Paul Lincke composer

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