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Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner, Wagner, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Occidental College Concert Choir, Howard Swan - Symphony No. 4 ("The Romantic") / "Tannhauser" Overture & Venusberg Music download flac

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Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner, Wagner, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Occidental College Concert Choir, Howard Swan - Symphony No. 4 ("The Romantic") / "Tannhauser" Overture & Venusberg Music download flac

Performer: Bruno Walter
Title: Symphony No. 4 ("The Romantic") / "Tannhauser" Overture & Venusberg Music
Country: UK
Style: Romantic
Category: Classical
Size FLAC: 1934 mb
Size MP3: 1479 mb
Size WMA: 1690 mb
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Tannhauser Overture And Venusberg Music (With "Theater Ending"). Chorus – Occidental College Concert Choir Chorus Master – Howard SwanComposed By – Wagner. Companies, etc. Recorded At – American Legion Hall, Hollywood. Conductor – Bruno Walter. Liner Notes – David Johnson (27). Orchestra – Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Producer – John McClure (tracks: A to C), Thomas Frost (tracks: D). Notes.

The album included the following session artists: Conductor. Columbia Symphony Orchestra.

Tannhäuser is an 1845 opera in three acts, music and text by Richard Wagner, based on two German legends: Tannhäuser, the legendary medieval German Minnesänger and poet, and the tale of the Wartburg Song Contest. The story centers on the struggle between sacred and profane love, and redemption through love, a theme running through much of Wagner's mature work.

The flying dutchman overture tannhauser overture and venusberg music lohengrin preludetoacti parsifal prelude and good friday spell die meistersinger overture siegfried idyll columbia symphony orchestra. M2S 743 7 M2L 343. (A 2-Record Set/Plus Special Rehearsal LP). "Everybody sing, urges Dr. Walter on the rehearsal recording of the "Siegfried Idyll. No one leads the score so expressively"(New York Times). 4. ifFl RECORD LSI SET. SYMPHONY No. 4 SYMPHONY No. 7 SYMPHONY No. 9 COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

The BBC artist page for Richard Wagner. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Richard Wagner interviews. Initially establishing his reputation as a composer of works in the romantic vein of Carl Maria von Weber and Giacomo Meyerbeer, Wagner revolutionised opera through his concept of the Gesamtkunstwerk ("total work of art"), by which he sought to synthesise the poetic, visual, musical and dramatic arts, with music subsidiary to drama. He described this vision in a series of essays published between 1849 and 1852. Wagner realised these ideas most fully in the first half of the four-opera cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung). Tannhauser: Overture; Venusberg music (concert version).

Wagner Concert in Leipzig 1988 DDR 1 - Tannhauser Overture. Iceland Symphony Orchestra. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, . 22 (Arngunnur Árnadóttir, clarinet). Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73 (Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig). Cardi B & Bruno Mars - Please Me (Official Video).

The overture is two oboes, one four horns, two bassoons, two trumpets, scored for one piccolo, two English horn, two clarinets, flutes, three trombones, one bass tuba, kettledrums, harp, strings. was sketched at Meudon near Paris in September, 1841, and completed and scored at Paris in November of that year. In 1852 Wagner changed the ending. In i860 he wrote another ending for the Paris It concerts. con brio in D minor, 6-4, with an empty fifth, against which horns and bassoons give out the Flying Dutchman motive. Richter wrote out immediately the parts, and then went to Zurich, where, with the help of Oskar Kahl, concert-master of the City orchestra, he engaged musicians. The first rehearsal was on. The second half of the choral is given out Then the orchestra develops the Sachs motive, by wind instruments. and at the end of a diminuendo there is a reference to the cobbler's song.

The chorus is on stunning form, and the orchestra play brilliantly for Axel Kober in a generally brisk and robust performance. The sound and pictures are superb. Technical details: 24-bit LPCM and dts-HD Master Audio.

Even so, the Symphony 2 should be cherished as the culmination of the very first complete Beethoven symphony cycle on record and the Brahms is an object-lesson in the virtue of being simple without becoming simplistic. The Wagner Rienzi Overture manages a rare miracle of avoiding hysterics while maintaining a gripping and dramatically-valid pacing throughout. The Liszt, too, is shorn of bombast yet pulses with vitality.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Symphony No. 4, In E-Flat Major ("Romantic")
Composed By – Bruckner*
(66:11)
A Bewegt, Nicht Zu Schnell 18:40
B1 Andante Quasi Allegretto 15:38
B2 Scherzo; Trio 10:58
C Finale: Bewegt, Doch Nicht Zu Schnell 20:47
D Tannhauser Overture And Venusberg Music (With "Theater Ending")
Chorus – Occidental College Concert Choir*Chorus Master – Howard SwanComposed By – Wagner*
24:52

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – American Legion Hall, Hollywood

Credits

  • Conductor – Bruno Walter
  • Liner Notes – David Johnson
  • Orchestra – Columbia Symphony Orchestra
  • Producer – John McClure (tracks: A to C), Thomas Frost (tracks: D)

Notes

Recorded:
on 13th February 1960 (tracks A to C)
on 24th March 1961 (side D)

Side A backs Side D, Side B backs Side C for autochangers

Library of Congress catalog cards R61-1208, 1209, 1240 & 1241 apply to this set

US gray "2-eye" labels with "Stereo" in black lettering at 6 o'clock
Labelography code: UA3

Equivalent mono issue is M2L 273

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped)): XXSM-53939-3B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped)): XXSM-53940-3D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C (stamped)): XXSM-53941-3H
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D (stamped)): XXSM-53942-2E
  • Other (Disc 1 catalog number on label): MS 6282
  • Other (Disc 2 catalog number on label): MS 6283

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SBRG 72011 Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner*, Wagner*, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra*, Occidental College Concert Choir*, Howard Swan Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner*, Wagner*, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra*, Occidental College Concert Choir*, Howard Swan - Symphony No. 4 ("The Romantic") / "Tannhauser" Overture & Venusberg Music. Record 1 ‎(LP, Album) CBS SBRG 72011 UK Unknown
BRG 72012 Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner*, Wagner*, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra*, Occidental College Concert Choir*, Howard Swan Bruno Walter Conducts Bruckner*, Wagner*, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra*, Occidental College Concert Choir*, Howard Swan - Symphony No. 4 ("The Romantic") / "Tannhauser" Overture & Venusberg Music. Record 2 ‎(LP, Album) CBS BRG 72012 UK 1961

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