Debut-Quadrille

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Dommayer's Casino, where Johann Strauss II made his début

Debut-Quadrille, Op. 2, is a quadrille composed by Johann Strauss II. It was one of four compositions that Strauss had written for his début as a composer at the Dommayer's Casino in Hietzing, Vienna in the fall of 1844.[1] The composition is in standard Viennese quadrille form, with six sections, named: No. 1 Pantalon; No. 2 Été; No. 3 Poule; No. 4 Trénis; No. 5 Pastourelle; No. 6 Finale.

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  1. ^ "STRAUSS II, J,: Edition — Vol. 1 CD". NaxosDirect. Retrieved 9 October 2008.