violin part from Amelie Waltz for violin and guitar

Introduction, 5 waltzes and a finale

H.C. Lumbye
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Introduction, 5 waltzes and a finale. Originally written for orchestra. The melodies in the waltzes are simply enchanting. You can choose to play all or a selection with or without the introduction and the finale. The Amelie Waltz is a memento of a visit bye Lumbye to Berlin 1846. He dedecated this waltz to the young Amelie Hartmann.

THE STRAUSS OF THE NORTH Hans Christian Lumbye, (1810-74), Danish composer and conductor. Lumbye was one of most important names in danish 19th century music. He created the kind of light entertainment musical tradition, which is now associated

with Tivoli in Copenhagen. He was chief conductor and leader of the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra between 1843 to 1872. As a composer he was influenced by viennese music and especially by Strauss. Lumbye composed over 600 pieces, many of them are typical of its time (polkas, marches, waltzes). Most familiar today is perhaps Champagne Galop (1854), which is still often heard. Lumbye’s music possesses, in the very best sense, everything associated with light classical music, and is still very attractive.

H.C. Lumbye
11 minutes
Classical music

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