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Franui
Tanz! (Franz)
01
Moderation: Griaßtenk 01:11
02
Trockne Blumen 04:00
03
Moderation: Inner & Außer 05:42
04
Ringelreigenwatschentanz 02:53
05
Tanzfolge der entfernten Verwandten aus Wien 06:00
06
Menuett mit Dirndl 03:03
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Moderation: Ca-mus 04:47
08
Vorwärts rückwärts seitwärts 03:18
09
Schneekugelwalzer 03:19
10
Canederli (fatti in casa) 02:19
11
Zwei Kerzen im Dreivierteltakt 02:22
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Moderation: Prater 04:11
13
Alptraum eines österr. Pianisten 03:57
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Dreher aus dem Komitat Schluckauf 01:43
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Moderation: Zweite Generation 03:30
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Wie der Bauer zur Kultur kam 04:18
17
Sowieso (pizz.) 01:51
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Moderation: Beugungen 03:00
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Tanz! (Franz) 04:44
20
Totengräberlied 02:47
21
Moderation: Leopold 04:05
22
Kupelwieser-Walzer 04:47
23
Husch Pfusch Tusch 03:00
Total Time 01:20:47
Tanz! (Franz) 9,99 €  |  download
01 Moderation: Griaßtenk 01:12
02 Trockne Blumen 03:59
03 Moderation: Inner & Außer 05:43
04 Ringelreigenwatschentanz 02:54
05 Tanzfolge der enfernten Verwandten aus Wien 06:01
06 Menuett mit Dirndl 03:04
07 Moderation: Ca-mus 04:48
08 Vorwärts rückwärts seitwärts 03:18
09 Schneekugelwalzer 03:19
10 Canederli (fatti in casa) 02:19
11 Zwei Kerzen im Dreivierteltakt 02:22
12 Moderation: Prater 04:11
13 Alptraum eines österr. Pianisten 03:58
14 Dreher aus dem Komitat Schluckauf 01:44
15 Moderation: Zweite Generation 03:31
16 Wie der Bauer zur Kultur kam 04:18
17 Sowieso (pizz.) 01:52
18 Moderation: Beugungen 03:01
19 Tanz! (Franz) 04:44
20 Totengräberlied 02:48
21 Moderation: Leopold 04:06
22 Kupelwieser-Walzer 04:48
23 Husch Pfusch Tusch 03:00
»And Spring will come / and Winter will go …«
This album features dance music from high-alpine regions and from the low plains, music located somewhere between Schubert, Bartok and a Young Farmers’Ball in East Tyrol, encompassing all musical epochs and styles. The Musicbanda Franui as a dance band? Aren’t the ten musicians from the tiny Austrian village of Innervillgraten, located 1,402 meters above sea level in East Tyrol, notorious for playing mainly funeral marches? Aren’t they renowned for their alpine adaptations of lieder by Schubert, Brahms and Mahler? The funeral march and the polka are two faces of one and the same coin, is what Franui teach us; the cemetery and the dancefloor are closely linked. Traditional folk music instruments (hammered dulcimer, harp, zither), woodwind and brass, string instruments (violin, double bass) and voices are not only suitable tools for transforming Romantic lieder: You can also use them to play at funerals, and to conquer the dancefloor.
For the record...
All music written and / or arranged by Markus Kraler / Andreas Schett (AKM)

Musicians:
Johannes Eder, clarinet, bass clarinet
Andreas Fuetsch, tuba
Romed Hopfgartner, soprano & alto saxophone, clarinet
Markus Kraler, double bass, accordion
Angelika Rainer, harp, zither
Bettina Rainer, dulcimer
Markus Rainer, trumpet, voice
Andreas Schett, trumpet, voice
Martin Senfter, valve trombone, voice
Nikolai Tunkowitsch, violin

Comissioned by Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation.

Coproduced with Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Kölner Philharmonie, KunstFestSpiele Hannover, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, Klangspuren Schwaz.
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