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Richard Strauss, Vladimir Ashkenazy, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Eine Alpensinfonie / Der Rosenkavalier - First Sequence Of Waltzes mp3 download Performer: Richard Strauss
Album: Eine Alpensinfonie / Der Rosenkavalier - First Sequence Of Waltzes
Released: 2001
Size MP3: 1272 mb.
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4. Eintritt in de Wald. 5. Wanderung neben dem Bache. Der Rosenkavalier, waltz sequence for orchestra No. 1, . p. 139 (from Acts 1 & 2 of opera) (TrV 227c, AV 139).

Composer(s): Strauss. Works: Eine Alpensinfonie; First Sequence of Waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier. Performer: Czech PO/Vladimir Ashkenazy. From Bohemia’s woods and fields to Bavaria’s icy mountains is an easy journey for the Czech Philharmonic when its chief conductor clearly loves this work so much. Ashkenazy’s great generosity of spirit lights up the big moments – go straight to the summit (track 13) if you seek confirmation – and his overall sense of give and take in this vast structure is impressive, though a little more leisure for the idyll between forest and babbling brook might not have been a bad thing (and he conveys his urgency rather too.

An Alpine Symphony (Eine Alpensinfonie), Op. 64, is a tone poem for a very large orchestra written by German composer Richard Strauss in 1915. It is one of Strauss's largest non-operatic works; the score calls for about 125 players and a typical performance usually lasts around 50 minutes. The program of An Alpine Symphony depicts the experiences of eleven hours (from daybreak just before dawn to the following nightfall) spent climbing an Alpine mountain.

Der Rosenkavalier (Medley Of Waltzes). A1. Part One. A2. Part Two. B1. Till Eulenspiegel (Symphonic Poem, Opus 28). Companies, etc. Record Company – Parliament Records Corporation.

3, Der Anstieg Richard Strauss; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski. 4. No. 4, Eintritt in den Wald Richard Strauss; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski. This release marks the 29th on the LPO label conducted by Vladimir Jurowski, and is the first Jurowski-conducted Richard Strauss release to date. The performances of the three works on this release were also critically well received, with the soloists within the Orchestra noted for their ‘poise’ and ‘exquisite handling’ of Die Frau ohne Schatten and Jurowski’s ‘perfect blending of rich textures’ in Eine Alpensinfonie (The Arts Desk)

Rosenkavalier Waltzes - First Waltz Sequence Rosenkavalier Walrzes - Second Waltz Sequence Gewandhausorchester · Herbert Blomstedt. CD 13 Festliches Präludium, o. 1 Berliner Philharmoniker · Karl Böhm. Festmusik der Stadt Wien, TRV 286 Philip Jones Brass Ensemble. Panathenäenzug, o. 4 Pan-Athenian procession, symphonic studies in the form of a passacaglia, for piano (left hand) and orchestra Anna Gourani · Bamberger Symphoniker · Karl Anton Rickenbacher. Orchestra: San Francisco Symphony, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhausorchester, The Cleveland Orchestra.

CD 1. Richard Strauss Composer. Don Juan, O. 0, TrV156 Work. RIAS Symphonie-Orchester Orchestra, Karl Böhm Conductor. 1. 0, TrV156. Eine Alpensinfonie, O. 4, TrV233 Work. Der Rosenkavalier, O. 9, TrV227 ('musical comedy') Work. 23. Act 3. Suite of Waltzes.

Eine Alpensinfonie, o. Ein Heldenleben (New York Philharmonic feat. conductor: Zubin Mehta). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs. goosebumps (Travis Scott). bad guy (Billie Eilish). xxxx (Indian Summer). The Satanist (Behemoth).

The New York Philharmonic is to play waltzes from "Der Rosenkavalier" next week and "Ein Heldenleben" next month. Also next week, the New Jersey Symphony begins a three- week festival, "Richard Strauss: A Hero's Life?" In April, the American Symphony presents a program of Straussian "landscapes": "Aus Italien" and "Eine Alpensinfonie. Take "Der Rosenkavalier. Several classic recordings offer glorious singers in these touchstone roles. Even some avid Straussians find the "Alpensinfonie" repetitive and bombastic. I don't tire of it, given the kind of committed performance the piece receives here.

Tracklist

Eine Alpensinfonie, Op. 64 (49:09)
1 Part I
2 Part II
3 Part III
4 Part IV
5 Part V
6 Part VI
7 Part VII
8 Part VIII
9 Part IX
10 Part X
11 Part XI
12 Part XII
13 Part XIII
14 Part XIV
15 Part XV
16 Part XVI
17 Part XVII
18 Part XVIII
19 Part XIX
20 Part XX
21 Part XXI
22 Part XXII
23 Der Rosenkavalier - First Sequence Of Waltzes 13:28

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Pony Canyon Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ondine Inc.

Credits

  • Composed By – Richard Strauss
  • Conductor – Vladimir Ashkenazy
  • Orchestra – The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Notes

Recorded in 1999.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 761195 097625
  • Label Code: LC 3572
  • SPARS Code: DDD