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Various - Austrian Folk Music Volume 1 The Eastern Provinces: Upper Austria, Styria, Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland mp3 album

Various - Austrian Folk Music Volume 1 The Eastern Provinces: Upper Austria, Styria, Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland mp3 album Performer: Various
Title: Austrian Folk Music Volume 1 The Eastern Provinces: Upper Austria, Styria, Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland
Style: Folk, Polka, Volksmusik
Date of release: 1967
Country: Austria
Size MP3: 1730 mb
Size FLAC: 1699 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: MP1 AAC AHX VOC VQF AA TTA

Austrian Folk Music Volume 1 - The Eastern Provinces (Upper Austria, Styria, Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland) ‎(LP, Comp, RE). Roots (2). SL 503. Austria.

Lower Austria is the northeasternmost of the nine states of Austria.

The states of Upper Austria and Lower Austria are essentially equivalent to what were since 1783/84 the two autonomous halves of the Archduchy of Austria, a principality which formed the empire's historic heartland. Salzburg is coterminous with the former Austro-Hungarian Duchy of Salzburg (the former Archbishopric). The city-state of Vienna was a part of Lower Austria up until 1921

Having started as an Upper Austrian school band, Bilderbuch have undertaken various musical experiments to evolve into Austria’s funkiest combo since Falco. It all began with Rumpelstiltskin and the tales of Wilhelm Busch. Bilderbuch (picture book) didn’t have their own lyrics when they started out, so they recited storybooks to Britpop music. Singer Maurice Ernst and his colleagues were only 14, 15 years old at the time, pupils of the Stiftsgymnasium Kremsmünster in Upper Austria. Our English was not good enough to do cover versions, Ernst recollects now 10 years later with a grin.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Various - Die Letzte Rose mp3. B3. Various - Da Setz' I' Mein Grün's Hütl Auf mp3. B4. Various - Street Cry By Iron Collector In Hinterbrühl mp3.

neighbouring provinces: Lower Austria, Styria, Salzburg neighbouring states: Czech Republic, Germany Slide 27 Facts and Figures 1. 81 km . 1 million people 5 regions important industry: VOEST Alpine Hallstatt Slide 28 Celebrities Klaus Maria Brandauer (actor and director) Thomas Bernhard (author) Adalbert Stifter (author) Julius Wagner-Jauregg (physician) Slide 29 Many mountains, e. g. Totes Gebirge (Dead Mountains), Dachsteingebirge, Hllengebirge (Hells Mountains)

Situated east of Upper Austria, Lower Austria derives its name from its downriver location on the Danube River, which flows from west to east. Lower Austria is divided into four regions, known as Viertel (quarters): Weinviertel or Tertiary Lowland (below the Manhartsberg). The hilly Weinviertel lies to the northeast, descends to the plains of Marchfeld in the east of the state, and is separated by the Danube from the Vienna Basin to the south, which in turn is separated from the Vienna Woods by a line of thermal springs (the Thermenlinie) running north to south.

The Alps are the distinguishing physical feature of Austria, dominating the western, southern, and central regions of the country, with the highest point at Grossglockner, 12,457 feet (3,797 meters). Austria emerged as a distinct political entity in 976 when Otto II gave the area to the Bavarian nobleman Leopold of Babenberg, largely to keep the Magyars at bay. Austria flourished culturally and economically under the three-hundred-year reign of the Babenberg dynasty, who built great fortresses and beautiful monasteries. Roman Catholicism and German ethnicity took hold in the area.

The Austrian wine-growing country from its best side. Having become Austria's most demanding wine challenge, the SALON Austrian Wine Awards was first held in 1988 and is now regarded as the Austrian national wine championship.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Lois Blamberger & Group Jakobischützenmarsch (Knappentanz)
Flute – Franz Astor, Lois BlambergerSnare, Drum – Alois Putz
A2 Lois Blamberger & Group Geradtaktiger Ländler Aus Dem Salzkammergut
Flute – Franz Astor, Lois BlambergerSnare, Drum – Alois Putz
A3 Lois Blamberger Wohl In Der Wiederschwing
Jew's Harp, Soloist – Lois Blamberger
A4 Genoveva Eibelsberger* Almlied
Vocals, Dulcimer – Genoveva Eibelsberger*
A5 Genoveva Eibelsberger* Heuberger Jodler
Vocals, Dulcimer – Genoveva Eibelsberger*
A6 Mr.* & Mrs. Eibelsberger* Almlied
Vocals [Duet] – Mrs. Eibelsberger*, Mr. Eibelsberger*
A7 Fritz Forstinger Bauernpolka Aus Übelbach
Dulcimer, Soloist – Fritz Forstinger
A8 Böck, Wanzenböck & Gollinger Mein Haus Steht Auf 6 Oder 7 Spreizen
Vocals [Trio] – Joseph Böck, Joseph Wanzenböck, Julius Gollinger
A9 Fritz Stradner Jagdrufe
Zither [Scheitholzzither] – Fritz Stradner
A10 Karl Scherrer Dreistettner Lied
Zither, Soloist – Karl Scherrer
A11 Karl Scherrer Schwarzaugig's Dirndl
Zither, Soloist – Karl Scherrer
B1 Böck, Wanzenböck & Gollinger Der Schönste Mann Von Wien
Vocals [Trio] – Joseph Böck, Wanzenböck*, Gollinger*
B2 Karl Scherrer Die Letzte Rose
Glockenspiel, Soloist – Karl Scherrer
B3 Karl Scherrer Da Setz' I' Mein Grün's Hütl Auf
Xylophone [Brick], Soloist – Karl Scherrer
B4 Iron Collector Street Cry By Iron Collector In Hinterbrühl
B5 Franz Radosta Wiener Marschlied
Barrel Organ, Soloist – Franz Radosta
B6 Pepi Rottensteiner Potpourri Of Wiener Lieder
Performer [One-Man Band] – Pepi Rottensteiner
B7 Hans Matauschek & Therese Hafenscher Lavendelgstanzeln
Vocals – Hans Matauschek, Therese Hafenscher
B8 Brassband Oberwart* Bauernwalzer
Brass Band – Brassband Oberwart*
B9 Ladislaus Wenzel Magyarisches Signallied
Tárogató, Soloist – Ladislaus Wenzel
B10 Ladislaus Wenzel Ein Liebeslied
Tárogató, Soloist – Ladislaus Wenzel
B11 Ludwig Gangoli Meine Geige Ist Zerbrochen
Cymbal, Soloist – Ludwig Gangoli
B12 Ludwig Gangoli Tischlied
Cymbal, Soloist – Ludwig Gangoli

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Arhoolie Records
  • Mastered At – Sierra Sound Laboratories

Credits

  • Liner Notes [Translation], Cover, Photography By – Chris Strachwitz
  • Liner Notes, Cover, Design, Layout – Johnny Parth
  • Recorded By, Compiled By [Collected] – Chris Strachwitz, Johnny Parth

Notes

Includes 8 page booklet with notes in English and German and lyric transcriptions and translations.

A1 to A3 recorded in Bad Ischl, U.A. | A4 to A6 recorded on the Heuberger Alm, Stmk. | A7 recorded in Übelbach, Stmk. | A8, A10 to B3 recorded in Dreistetten, L.A. | A9 recorded in Klosterneuburg, L.A. | B4 Street cry by iron collector in Hinterbrühl, L.A. | B5 to B7 recorded in Wien | B8, B11, B12 recorded in Oberwart, Bgld. | B9, B10 recorded in Rust, Bgld.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): M-189
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): M-190
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): M-189 ARHOOLIE 3001 A SLS RW
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): M-190 ARHOOLIE 3001 B SLS RW

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SL 503 Various Austrian Folk Music Volume 1 - The Eastern Provinces (Upper Austria, Styria, Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland) ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Roots SL 503 Austria 1967