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Symphonisches Schrammelquintett Wien © Julia Wesely

Symphonisches Schrammelquintett Wien


Saturday 22 June 2024



Symphonisches Schrammelquintett Wien

Helmut Lackinger, Violine

Alexandra Winkler, Violine

Kurt Franz Schmid, Klarinette

Ingrid Eder, Knopfharmonika

Peter Hirschfeld, Kontragitarre, Moderation



Josef Mikulas

Wiener Fuhrleut'. Marsch

Ferdinand Stichelberger

Wiener Miniaturen

Alois Strohmayer

Schöne Ida. Polka

Johann Schrammel

Die Nußdorfer. Walzer

Wiener Fiakergalopp. Polka schnell

Fritz Kreisler

Liebesfreud. Idyll (1905))

Johann Schrammel

Wien–Berlin. Marsch op. 100


Hans Zajicek


Alois Strohmayer

Zwickerbusserl. Polka

Dominik Ertl

Wien – Paris. Marsch

Josef Mikulas

's Haneferl. Ländliche Paraphrase

Philipp Fahrbach jun.

Wiener Blitz. Polka

Josef Schrammel

Mein Liebchen. Polka mazur

Johann Schrammel

Zum Abschied. Marsch

Ferdinand Raimund


Johann Schrammel

Wien bleibt Wien. Marsch (1866)

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Vienna - Paris - Berlin

In just seven years, a pair of brothers managed to revolutionize Viennese popular music of the 19th century. We are talking about Johann and Josef Schrammel, whose oeuvre includes more than 250 marches as well as all kinds of polkas, waltzes, dances, songs and couplets and made Johannes Brahms, among others, go into raptures. Would you like to immerse yourself in the musical world of yesteryear? Then head to the concert of the Vienna Symphonic Schrammel Quintet! Here you can experience gems by the Schrammel brothers as well as those by the Strauss dynasty and many other composers in the original Schrammel line-up. Before the summer break, the ensemble around contraguitarist and presenter Peter Hirschfeld undertakes an incomparable musical journey from Vienna via Paris to Berlin.

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