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|Johann II [Junior] Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky|
The tie between wolves and humnas is one that extends far back in time. It's only natural, then, that when the beauty of classical music is blended with wolf music, something deep inside of us is touched. 1. Strauss "My li... more »
The tie between wolves and humnas is one that extends far back in time. It's only natural, then, that when the beauty of classical music is blended with wolf music, something deep inside of us is touched. 1. Strauss "My life is love and laughter" 2. Mozart "Fantasy in D minor" 3. Tchaikovsky "Pas de deux from The Nutcracker Suite" 4. Tchaikovsky "Symphony #6 in B minor, 4th Movement" 5. Weber "Invitation to Dance" 6. Rasmussen "Andante Cantabile" 7. Suppe "Overture from Poet & Peasant" 8. Mendelssohn "War march of the priests" 9. Debussy "Prelude to the afternoon of a faun"
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Wolves vs. Orchestras
Thomas R. Kimpton | SLC, UT, USA | 05/15/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this in a search listing when I was hunting for "Peter and the Wolf". The track listing looked like a good set, and though I couldn't see how wolves tied them together, I thought I'd buy it. Bad decision. Each track begins with wind blowing and wolves howling segueing into the classical piece then segueing back out again. After two or three I had had enough. To tell the truth, I don't remember how the pieces were, they were banished from memory by the stupid wolves... no wonder this was remaindered.