Gavotte-Entr' Acte From "A Waltz Dream" (Shellac, 10", S/Sided). Idelia Waltz (Shellac, 10", S/Sided).
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A Gavotte-Entr' Acte From "A Waltz Dream". Orchestra – Zonophone Orchestra Written-By – Oscar Straus. Also released as one side of Zonophone 5148. Matrix, Runout (Runout; stamped): ᴬ5148A.
15 – Entr'acte Gavotte. Film versions of the operetta include a 1918 Hungarian film Magic Waltz directed by Michael Curtiz, the 1925 German film A Waltz Dream directed by Ludwig Berger, and releases in Finland (1926) and Poland (1931). It was made into a 1931 Ernst Lubitsch film entitled The Smiling Lieutenant, starring Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert.
A Waltz Dream (German: Ein Walzertraum) is a 1925 German silent drama film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Willy Fritsch, Mady Christians and Xenia Desni. It was based on the 1907 operetta Ein Walzertraum composed by Oscar Straus. It was influential on the development of later Viennese operetta films. Unlike many of UFA's ambitious productions of the 1920s, A Waltz Dream managed to recover its production cost in the domestic market alone. The film's art direction was by Rudolf Bamberger.
Ein Walzertraum (A Waltz Dream) is an operetta by Oscar Straus with a German libretto by Leopold Jacobson and de (Felix Dörmann), based on the novella Nux, der Prinzgemahl (Only the Prince Consort) by Hans Müller-Einigen from his 1905 book Buch der Abenteuer (Book of Adventures). The young Jacobson presented Straus with a libretto for Ein Walzertraum at a coffee house in the Vienna Prater in 1906. Act 3 – Drawing Room in the Castle at Flausenthurn. No. 15 – Entr'acte Gavotte.
The Waltz Dream, gavotte, entr'acte. Frank C. Stanley & Henry Burr with orch. Oskar Straus "A Waltz Dream". Zonophone Concert Band. Funiculi, Funicula March.
Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS. A Waltz Dream (From "A Waltz Dream") · Franz Müller, Franz Müller Orchesra. Rêve de valse, rêve d'un jour (Stereo Version). 1961 - BNF Collection 2016.
Album: O. Straus: A Waltz Dream; J. Strauss I & II: Waltzes from Vienna
|A||Gavotte—Entr' Acte From "A Waltz Dream"|
- Orchestra [Uncredited] – Zonophone Orchestra
- Written-By [Uncredited] – Oscar Straus
NotesRec. April 1908
Also released as one side of Zonophone # 5148
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout; stamped): ᴬ5148A 1032 8482