Hungarian composer Paul Abrah√°m enjoyed huge success across Europe with his 'jazz operettas', not least in Weimar Berlin where his works scored for an orchestra augmented by a jazz band caused a sensation. Ballim Savoy ('Ball at the Savoy') has a plot reminiscent of Die Fledermaus and it's variety of influences, some European and some reflective of contemporary American popular song, won the kind of acclaim only equaled by Franz Leh√°r. The premiere, which took place in December 1932, was for some the last major cultural event of Weimar Germany.
Hungarian composer Paul Abrah√°m enjoyed huge success across Europe with his 'jazz operettas', not least in Weimar Berlin where his works scored for an orchestra augmented by a jazz band caused a sensation. Ballim Savoy ('Ball at the Savoy') has a plot reminiscent of Die Fledermaus and it's variety of influences, some European and some reflective of contemporary American popular song, won the kind of acclaim only equaled by Franz Leh√°r. The premiere, which took place in December 1932, was for some the last major cultural event of Weimar Germany.
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Ball At The Savoy (2pk)
Artist: Abraham / Folks Operetta / Barrese
Format: CD
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Hungarian composer Paul Abrah√°m enjoyed huge success across Europe with his 'jazz operettas', not least in Weimar Berlin where his works scored for an orchestra augmented by a jazz band caused a sensation. Ballim Savoy ('Ball at the Savoy') has a plot reminiscent of Die Fledermaus and it's variety of influences, some European and some reflective of contemporary American popular song, won the kind of acclaim only equaled by Franz Leh√°r. The premiere, which took place in December 1932, was for some the last major cultural event of Weimar Germany.