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PHILHARMONIA SCHRAMMELN

Philharmonia Schrammeln
Philharmonia Schrammeln ©Stefan Hromada
Monday 26 September 2022
20:00
Hôtel des Trois Couronnes, Vevey

Johannes Tomböck, violin
Dominik Hellsberg, violin
Heinz Hromada, contraguitar
Stefan Neubauer, clarinet
Günter Haumer, button accordion

"Schrammel" / Strauss

What could be more typically Viennese than “Schrammelmusik”? The genre was founded at the end of the 19th century by brothers Johann and Josef Schrammel. Accompanied by an accordionist, a clarinet player and a guitarist, the two violinists played popular songs and traditional dance music at inns. Other ensembles followed in their footsteps and expanded on their work: today the Philharmonia Schrammeln is a veritable institution that has carried this valuable musical legacy far beyond Vienna.

A journey through Vienna’s traditional Schrammel music:
Johann Schrammeln (1850-1893) – Wien bleibt Wien
Joseph Lanner (1801-1843) – Neue Wiener Ländler
Anonyme – Glasscherb’n-Tanz
Joseph Lanner (1801-1843) – Hans-Jörgl-Polka
Philipp Fahrbach Sohn (1843-1894) – Im Kahlenbergerdörfl
Johann Schrammeln (1850-1893) – Dichterworte
Joseph Lanner (1801-1843) – Norma-Galopp
Johann Schrammeln (1850-1893) – Dornbacher Hetz
Johann Strauss I (1804-1849) – Chineser-Galopp
Carl Lorens (1851-1909) – Wiener Spezialitäten
Josef Strauss (1827-1870) – Die Libelle
Johann Schrammeln (1850-1893)
Wie der Schnabel g’wachsen is’
D-Tanz
Richard Wagner (1813-1883/Alfons Egger (1947-) – Ring-Quadrille
Johann Schrammeln (1850-1893) – Morgengrüss
Carl Michael Ziehrer (1843-1922) – Liebe Bismarck, schaukle nicht
Karl Mikulas (188-1948) – Beim Fasslrutssch’n
Johann Strauss II (1825-1899) – Wiener Blut, Walzer

Duration: first part 40 minutes, intermission 30 minutes, second part 40 minutes, end around 22:00

PRICES (CHF)
Cat. A: 50.–
Young audience/Students/Apprentices: 10.–
Free seating