Walzer

Walzer (and its variant Waltzer) may refer to:

  • The German name for the waltz
    • Mephisto-Waltzer, four waltzes composed by Franz Liszt

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List Of Compositions By Franz Liszt (S.1–S.350) - Original Works - Piano Solo - Works in Dance Form
1875–81) S.215, Valses oubliées (1881–84) S.215a, Dritter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No. 3) (1883) S.216, Dritter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No ... S.216a, Bagatelle sans tonalité (1885) S.216b, Vierter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No ...
Ballets By Johann Strauss II - Stage Works
... There are many dance pieces drawn from themes of his operettas, such as "Cagliostro-Walzer" Op. 370 (from Cagliostro in Wien), "O Schöner Mai" Walzer Op. 375 (from Prinz Methusalem), "Rosen aus dem Süden" Walzer Op ...
Georges Boulanger (violinist) - Compositions
... Doll) Die Zigeunerin Einsam steh ich unterm Sternenzelt Familen-Polka Flageolett Walzer No. 1 in G major (G.Boulanger) Flageolett Walzer No ... Teddy-Bear Tokay Vitamin-Polka Winke, winke Zufriedenheit (Träumerischer Walzer) ...
List Of Compositions By Johann Strauss II - Waltzes
12, Youthful Dreams (1846) Czechen-Walzer, Op. 27 Die Zillerthaler, Walzer im Ländlerstil Op. 30 Irenen-Walzer, Op ...
Michael Walzer - Employment
... Walzer was first employed as a professor in 1962 by Princeton University ... Walzer taught a semester-long course with Robert Nozick in 1971 called "Capitalism and Socialism" ... the two Nozick's side is in Anarchy, State, and Utopia, and Walzer's side is in his Spheres of Justice, where he argues for "complex equality" ...