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Our in-store music selection of over 100,000 CDs and LPs includes: Rock, Alternative, Punk, Jazz, Classical, Soul, Funk, Blues, Hip Hop, other genres, and often Richard Strauss albums. Our in-store DVD selection of over 10,000 titles includes: Action, Comedy, Criterion, Disney, TV DVDs and more. We hope you can visit our unique record store to see our Richard Strauss record collection, Richard Strauss CD collection and much more. We are located in historic downtown Princeton, New Jersey, about one hour from New York City and Philadelphia, which is easily accessible by car, train and bus.

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They Might Be Giants played free show this past Record Store Day, April 21st, 2012!

You may not know this, but independent record stores have a holiday all their own. The third Saturday of April every year is National Record Store Day! We've participated in every one since it began five years ago, and every year we've had a fantastic turnout. This past April, we were thrilled to have the Grammy-award winning band They Might Be Giants help us celebrate by performing a free concert in the nearby Princeton Public Library courtyard. 

At this point, a very small percentage of you may be wondering, "wait, who are these guys?" I'm glad you asked - but the truth of the matter is you've probably heard them and just don't know it. Have you ever seen the intro to the hit TV show "Malcolm in the Middle"? That's them. Have you ever gotten "The Daily Show's" opening song stuck in your head? That's them, and we were honored that they chose our store as the place where they wanted to play.

We'd like to mention a special thanks to our friends at Princeton Public Library who graciously agreed to host the concert. (With all the merchandise we carry, we didn’t have the space!). The staff really went out of their way to pull this off.

The weather was great, the band was in fine form and the turnout was fantastic!  Over 1,000 folks showed up, and the band spent hours at the store after at a meet-and-greet posing for photos and signing autographs.  It was truly a memorable day.

In addition to TMBG, Record Store Day featured hundreds of limited edition vinyl records from the most talented musicians of our time. If you're interested in one of the limited edition releases at the next Record Store Day, we highly recommend you arrive early to maximize your chances of buying a copy. It's first come, first serve, so we look forward to seeing you bright and early!

 

Richard Strauss Biography

Richard Strauss (June 11, 1864 ? September 8, 1949) was a German composer of the late Romantic era and early modern era, particularly noted for his tone poems and operas. He was also a noted conductor.

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He was born on June 11, 1864, in Munich (then in the Kingdom of Bavaria, now in Germany), the son of Franz Strauss, who was the principal horn player at the Court Opera in Munich. He received a thorough, but conservative, musical education from his father in his youth, writing his first music at the age of six. He continued to write music almost until his death.

Richard Strauss Discography Updated January 2007
Richard Strauss Albums

Richard Strauss Vinyl & Richard Strauss CDs: 1870s - 1900s

1870 Schneiderpolka, for piano (or strings) o.Op. 1 (TrV 1)
1870 Weinachtslied ("Schlaf wohl, dun Himmelsknabe du"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 2 (TrV 2, AV 2)
1871 Einkehr ("Bei einem Wirte wundermild"), song for voice & piano o.Op. 3 (TrV 3, AV 3)
1871 Gute Nacht ("Schon fängt es an zu dämmern"), song for voice & piano (incomplete) (TrV 10, AV 193)
1871 Herz, mein Herz, song for voice & piano, o.Op. 8 (TrV 8, AV 8)
1871 Winterreise ("Bei diesem kalten Wehen"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 4 (TrV 4, AV 4)
? 1871 Der böhmische Musikant ("Es kommt aus fernem Böhmerland"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 7 (TrV 7, AV 7)
? 1871 Der weisse Hirsch ("Es gingen drei Jäger wohl auf die Birsch"), for alto, tenor, bass & piano, o.Op. 6 (TrV 6)
? 1871 Moderato for piano in C major (incomplete), o.Op. 9 (TrV 9, AV 9)
? 1871 Waldkonzert ("Herr Frühling gibt jetzt ein Konzert"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 5 (TrV 5, AV 5)
? 1872 Slow Movement (Langsamer Satz) for piano in G major, o.Op. 11 (TrV 12, AV 11)
1872 -1873 Overture for the Singspiel "Hochlands Treue," for orchestra, o.Op. 15 (TrV 17, AV 15)
1872 Panzenburg-Polka, for piano, o.Op. 10 (TrV 11, AV 10)
? 1873 Der müde Wanderer ("Schon sank die Sonne nieder"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 13 (TrV 16, AV 13)
? 1873 Etudes (2) for horn, o.Op. 12 (TrV 15, AV 12)
? 1873 Husarenlied ("Husaren müssen reiten"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 14 (TrV 42, AV 14)
? 1873 Little Pieces (5) for piano, o.Op. 16 (TrV 18, AV 16)
? 1874 Fantasie for piano in C major, o.Op. 21 (TrV 29, AV 21)
? 1874 Little Pieces (Kleine Stücke) (2) for piano, o.Op. 22 (TrV 30, AV 22)
1875 Allegro assai for piano in B flat major (incomplete) (TrV 34, AV 203)
1876 Concert Overture in B minor, o.Op. 30 (TrV 41, AV 30)
1876 Festmarsch for orchestra in E flat major, Op. 1 (TrV 43)
1876 Frühlingsnacht ("Über'm Garten durch die Lüfte"), for chorus, o.Op. 25/2 (TrV 37/2, AV 25/2)
1876 Morgengesang ("Im Osten geht die Sonne auf"), for chorus, o.Op. 25/1 (TrV 37/1, AV 25/1)
1876 Overture to the planned opera "Dom Sebastian," in E flat major (only piano score exists) (TrV 46, AV 208)
1876 Overture to the planned opera "Ein Studentenstreich," in E major (incomplete) (TrV 45, AV 207)
1876 Songs (2) for chorus, o.Op. 25 (TrV 37, AV 25)
1877 12 Four Movements for a Mass in D major, for unaccompanied mixed choir, o.Op. 31 (TrV 54, AV 31)
1877 -1878 Contrapuntal Studies No. 1 (imitative exercises and canons), o.Op. 39 (TrV 57, AV 39)
1877 Andante cantabile for orchestra in D major (incomplete) (TrV 55, AV 209)
1877 Andante for orchestra in B flat major (incomplete) (TrV 56, AV 210)
1877 Der Fischer ("Das Wasser rauscht', das Wasser schwoll"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 33 (TrV 48, AV 33)
1877 Die Drossel ("Ich will ja nicht in Garten geh'n"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 34 (TrV 49, AV 34)
1877 Lass ruhn die Toten ("Es steht ein altes Gemäuer"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 35 (TrV 50, AV 35)
1877 Lust und Qual ("Knabe sass ich Fischerknabe"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 36 (TrV 51, AV 36)
1877 Piano Sonata No. 1 in E major, o.Op. 38 (TrV 47, AV 38)
1877 Piano Trio No. 1 in A major, o.Op. 37 (TrV 53, AV 37)
1877 Serenade for orchestra in G major, o.Op. 32 (TrV 52, AV 32)
? 1878 Arie der Almaide ("Sie nicht Klommen"), for soprano & orchestra (incomplete), o.Op. 44 (TrV 61/2, AV 44)
? 1879 Scherzo for piano in B minor, o.Op.. 63 (TrV 86, AV 63)
1878 Abend- und Morgenrot ("Die Mücke sitzt am Fenster"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 42 (TrV 60, AV 42)
1878 Alphorn ("Ein Alphorn hör' ich schallen"), song for voice, horn & piano, o.Op. 29 (TrV 64, AV 29)
1878 Der Spielmann und sein Kind ("Es blitzt und kracht es"), song for voice & piano (or soprano & orchestra), o.Op. 46 (TrV 63, AV 46)
1878 Ein Röslein zog ich mir im Garten, song for voice & piano, o.Op. 49 (TrV 67, AV 49)
1878 Im Walde ("Im Walde im hellen Sonnenschein"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 43 (TrV 62, AV 43)
1878 Introduction, Theme & Variations for horn & piano in E flat major, o.Op. 52 (TrV 70, AV 52)
1878 Nebel ("Du trüber Nebel hüllst mir das Tal"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 47 (TrV 65, AV 47)
1878 Overture for orchestra in E major, o.Op. 51 (TrV 69, AV 51)
1878 Piano Trio No. 2 in D major, o.Op. 53 (TrV 71, AV 53)
1878 Soldatenlied ("Die Trommeln und Pfeifen, die schallen in's Haus"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 48 (TrV 66, AV 48)
1878 Spielmann und Zither ("Der Spielmann sass am Felsen"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 40 (TrV 58, AV 40)
1878 Variations (12) for piano in D major, o.Op. 50 (TrV 68, AV 50)
1878 Wiegenlied ("Die Ähren nur noch nicken"), song or voice & piano, o.Op. 41 (TrV 59, AV 41)
1879 -1880 Contrapuntal Studies No. 3: Fugues (3) for piano and for violin & piano, o.Op. 65 (TrV 91, AV 65)
1879 -1880 Little Pieces (Kleine Stücke) (2) for piano, o.Op. 68 (TrV 93, AV 68)
1879 Andante for piano in C minor, o.Op. 58 (TrV 73, AV 58)
1879 Aus alter Zeit, gavotte for piano, o.Op. 57 (TrV 72, AV 57)
1879 Contrapuntal Studies No. 2: Fugues (9) for voices, o.Op. 54 (TrV 81, AV 54)
1879 Im Vaters Garten heimlich steht ein Blümlein, song for voice & piano, o.Op. 64 (TrV 88, AV 64)
1879 Introduction, Theme and Variations for flute & piano in G major, o.Op. 56 (TrV 76, AV 56)
1879 Overture for orchestra in A minor, o.Op. 62 (TrV 83, AV 62)
1879 Piano Sonata No. 2 in C minor ("Grosse Sonate"), o.Op.. 60 (TrV 79, AV 60)
1879 Quartettsatz (Allegro moderato) for string quartet in E flat major (incomplete) (TrV 85, AV 211)
1879 Romance for clarinet & orchestra in E flat major, o.Op. 61 (TrV 80, AV 61)
1879 Skizzen, pieces (5) for piano, o.Op. 59 (TrV 82, AV 59)
1879 Waldesgesang ("Die Liebe Sass als Nachtigall"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 55/1 (TrV 75/1, AV 55/1)
1880 -1881 Piano Sonata in B minor, Op. 5 (TrV 103)
1880 -1881 Pieces (5) for piano, Op. 3 (TrV 105)
1880 -1882 Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 8 (TrV 110)
1880 -1883 Sonata for cello & piano in F major, Op. 6 (TrV 115)
1880 Begegnung ("Die Treppe hinunter gesprungen"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 72 (TrV 98, AV 72)
1880 Die erwachte Rose ("Die Knospe träumte von Sonnenschein"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 66 (TrV 90, AV 66)
1880 Fugue on 4 Themes, for piano, o.Op. 71 (TrV 99, AV 71)
1880 John Anderson ("John Anderson, meine Lieb"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 73 (TrV 101, AV 73)
1880 Partsongs (7) for 4 voices or chorus, o.Op. 67 (TrV 92, AV 67)
1880 Scherzando for piano in G major, o.Op. 70 (TrV 96, AV 70)
1880 String Quartet in A major, Op. 2 (TrV 95)
1880 Symphony No. 1 in D minor, o.Op. 69 (TrV 94, AV 69)
? 1880 -1885 Ständchen, for piano quartet in G major (TrV 114, AV 168)
? 1881 Chorus from "Elektra," for male chorus & small orchestra (not related to the opera), o.Op. 74 (TrV 104, AV 74)
1881 Serenade for 13 wind instruments in E flat major, Op. 7 (TrV 106)
1882 -1883 Horn Concerto No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 11 (TrV 117)
1882 -1884 An einsamer Quelle, for piano, Op. 9/2 (TrV 127/2)
1882 -1884 Auf stillem Waldespfad, for piano ("Albumleaf No. 1 for B. Schlüssel"), Op. 9/1 (TrV 127/1)
1882 -1884 Heidebild, for piano, Op. 9/5 (TrV 127/5)
1882 -1884 Intermezzo (for Dora Wihan), for piano, Op. 9/3 (TrV 127/3)
1882 -1884 Stimmungsbilder (Mood Pictures), pieces (5) for piano, Op. 9 (TrV 127)
1882 -1884 Träumerei, for piano, Op. 9/4 (TrV 127/4)
1882 Variations on a Bavarian Folksong ("Dirndl is haub auf mi' "), for string trio (TrV 109)
? 1883 Largo for piano in A minor, o..Op. 77 (TrV 120, AV 77)
? 1883 Melodie (Ruhig), for piano in G flat major (incomplete) (TrV 122)
1883 -1894 Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 13 (TrV 137)
1883 Concert Overture for orchestra in C minor, o.Op. 80 (TrV 125, AV 80)
1883 Fantasie on a theme of Giovanni Paisiello, for bassoon, flute & guitar (TrV 116)
1883 Romance for cello & orchestra in F major, o.Op. 75 (TrV 118, AV 75)
1883 Rote Rosen ("Weisst Du die Rose, die Du mir gegeben?"), song for voice & piano, o.Op. 76 (TrV 119, AV 76)
1883 Song without Words (Lied ohne Worte), for orchestra in E flat major, o.Op. 79 (TrV 124, AV 79)
1883 Stiller Waldespfad, for piano, o. Op. 78 (TrV 121, AV 78)
1884 -1885 Festmarsch (No. 4) in C major for orchestra, o.Op. 87 (TrV 135, AV 87)
1884 -1886 Aus den Liedern der Trauer ("Dem Herzen ähnlich"), song for voice & piano, Op. 15/4 (TrV 148/4)
1884 -1886 Heimkehr ("Leiser schwanken die Äste"), song for voice & piano, Op. 15/5 (TrV 148/5)
1884 -1886 Lob des Leidens ("O schmäht des Lebens Leiden nicht!"), song for voice & piano, Op. 15/3 (TrV 148/3)
1884 -1886 Madrigal ("In's Joch beug' ich den Nacken"), song for voice & piano, Op. 15/1 (TrV 148/1)
1884 -1886 Songs (5) for voice & piano, Op. 15 (TrV 148)
1884 -1886 Winternacht ("Mit Regen und Sturmgebrause"), song for voice & piano, Op. 15/2 (TrV 148/2)
1884 Improvisations (14) and Fugue on an Original Theme, for piano in A minor (only Fugue survives), o.Op. 81 (TrV 130, AV 177)
1884 Schwäbische Erbschaft ("Der gnäd'ge Herr von Zavelstein"), for male chorus, o.Op. 83 (TrV 134, AV 83)
1884 Suite for 13 wind instruments in B flat major, Op. 4 (TrV 132)
1884 Symphony No. 2 in F minor, Op. 12 (TrV 126)
1884 Wandrers Sturmlied ("Wenn du nicht verlässet"), for chorus & orchestra, Op. 14 (TrV 131)
? 1885 Festmarsch (No. 2) in D major for piano quartet (TrV 136, AV 178)
1885 -1886 Burleske for piano & orchestra (or 2 pianos) in D minor, o.Op. 85 (TrV 145, AV 85)
1885 -1887 Aus den Liedern der Trauer ("Von dunklem Schleier umsponnen"), song for voice & piano, Op. 17/4 (TrV 149/4)
1885 -1887 Barkarole ("Um der fallenden Ruder Spitzen"), song for voice & piano, Op. 17/6 (TrV 149/6)
1885 -1887 Das Geheimnis ("Du fragst mich, Mädchen"), song for voice & piano, Op. 17/3 (TrV 149/3)
1885 -1887 Mur Nuth! ("Lass' das Zagen"), song for voice & piano, Op. 17/5 (TrV 149/5)
1885 -1887 Seitdem dein Aug' in meines schaute, song for voice & piano, Op. 17/1 (TrV 149/1)
1885 -1887 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 17 (TrV 149)
1885 -1887 Ständchen ("Mach' auf, mach' auf, doch leise, mein Kind"), song for voice & piano, Op. 17/2 (TrV 149/2)

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