Immer Wieder was Neues!
Happy Birthday Hunie
Gräzer Walzer
Friederike Reitzenstein
Irene's Waltz
Sei mir Gegruesst
Joyful Waltz
Brent Lucanus
Horst Ludwig Reitzenstein
Christine Reitzenstein

Lieder


Die Forelle
Kennst du das land
An Mignon


Karl Fitzgerald
Nyamburas Gesang
Neroli Duffy



Deutsche Taenze


Sechzehn Deutsche Tänze und Zwei Eccosaisen
Zwölf Deutsche Tänze
Laendler
Irene's Ecossaise


Eternal Soul
Improvisations
Interchange
Genealogy

Walzer

Anselm Huettenbrenner
Amy's Waltz
Autumn Waltz
Birthday Waltz
Cindy's Waltz
Cristina's Waltz
Cristina's Song
Jane's Waltz
Festive Waltz
Geburtstags Walzer
Kuan Yin's Song
Liebes Walzer
Litany
Maureen's Waltz
Margarets Waltz
Melancholy Waltz
New Year's Waltz
Nyambura's Waltz
Prayer for Kenya
Regal Menuet
Valentines Waltz
Viennese Dance
Viennese Waltz

Deutsche Tänze

Feierlicher Tanz
Geburtstags Deutsche
Hafez al Assad
I Love You Hunie
Tanz Des Sommers
Nostalgischer Tanz
My Dancing Shoes

Mass in G
Kyrie
Gloria

Sonata Form
Benjamin Fulford
Karen Hudes

Past Lives
Friends of Franz Schubert

Willy Hellmuth Reitzenstein

22 May 1925 - 11 May 2012

Dad, a gifted artist, taught me to create beauty every day whilst others seek to be entertained.

Mass in G Kyrie by Frank Reitzenstein

Kyrie eleison

Christe eleison

Kyrie eleison

Church Organ

Therese Grob

Willy Hellmuth Reitzenstein

Therese Grob (16 November 1798 – 17 March 1875) was the first love of the composer Franz Schubert. The composer's friend Anselm Hüttenbrenner recalled — twenty-six years after Schubert's death — a conversation in which Schubert had said "I loved someone very dearly and she loved me too … . For three years she hoped I would marry her; but I could not find a position which would have provided for us both."

Franz Schubert

...and his other lives.

 

Arcangelo Corelli

Franz Schubert

Frank Reitzenstein

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