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Austo-Hungarian operettist Sigmund Romberg gave us The Student Prince (), The Desert Song () and The New Moon (). His career in America got an early kick when the Shubert Brothers called on him to write the scores for their musicals and reviews. Many of these were vehicles for the immortal Al Jolson.
~Orchestra expanded reached present standard makeup ~New combination of instruments ~Berlioz wrote treatise on orchestration ~First time conductors ame to the fore w/ batons ~Orchestra simply follow first violinist or continuo play in earlier times ~Orchestra became increasingly imp. in 19th century opera ~Major opera compose: Weber Meyerbeer.
Haydn's contract of employment shows that he was considered A) a skilled servant Social mobility during the classical period was. an important factor in the rise of the middle class. Vienna in A) was a fourth-largest city in Europe composing all the music requested by his patron, conducting the orchestra of about 25 players, and.
Galjour, Sigmund Romberg and His Orchestra, The Robert Shaw Chorale [?] The Blue Paradise: Auf Wiedersehen/May Wine: Dance, My Darling/Rosalie: West Point Song/Viennese Nights: You Will Remember Vienna/The Student Prince: Golden Days/The Desert Song: The Riff Song LM 75 – Toast of New Orleans – Mario Lanza [?] La Traviata/Brindisi.
Aug 15, · Sigmund Romberg was a prolific composer of the early 20th century whose romantic operettas touched the hearts of many. He is best known for The Student Prince () and other favorites including Blossom Time (), The Desert Song (), and The New Moon (). He also wrote music for motion pictures and conducted orchestral arrangements of his works for recordings.
Jul 25, · Sigmund Romberg, Hungarian-born American composer whose works include several successful operettas. Romberg was educated in Vienna as an engineer, but he also studied composition and became a skilled violinist and organist. In he went to New York City. There, as conductor of an orchestra .