James Levine , Münchner Philharmoniker - Documents Of The Munich Years · Vol. 4: Weber · Mozart · Copland · Strauss album flac
The fourth volume of Documents of the Munich Years simulates a full concert, yet it was actually compiled from several separate recordings made by James Levine and the Munich Philharmonic between 2000 and 2002. Even so, there are only slight variances of orchestral involvement and sound quality throughout the album, and the illusion of a live concert setting is furthered with abundant samples of applause between the works. The most satisfying performance is of Strauss' Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, which Levine and the orchestra deliver with stunning colors and vigorous playing
James Levine (2), Münchner Philharmoniker - Documents Of The Munich Years · Vol. 4: Weber · Mozart · Copland · Strauss (CD, Comp). 7243 5 57852 2 0. Celibidache, Münchner Philharmoniker, Tchaikovsky. Celibidache, Münchner Philharmoniker, Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4 - Nutcracker Suite (2xCD, Album).
Conductor, Primary Artist. Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.
Philharmonischer Chor München Münchner Philharmoniker James Levine, conductor. von Weber - Mozart - Copland - Strauss. Live recordings of music from Weber, Mozart, Copland and Strauss with James Levine and the Munich Philharmonic. Carl Maria von Weber: "Oberon" Overture Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony in E-flat No 39 KV 543 Aaron Copland: Clarinet Concerto Richard Strauss: "Till Eulenspiegel". Martin Spangenberg, clarinet Münchner Philharmoniker James Levine, conductor.
Series: Documents of the Munich Years. Martin Spangenberg (clarinet). Münchner Philharmoniker.
Levine's tenure with the Munich Phil. was odd, given that this ensemble is well below his standards. Rumor had it that he was trying to position himself to take over the Berlin Phil. except that the plum ultimately went to Simon Rattle. This 1999 Mahler Ninth is fascinating. It is the slowest on disc, with a first movement clocking in at 29 min. and a finale, unbelievably, at 32 min. (compared to 21 min. in Bruno Walter's classic 1938 performance from Vienna). One mark of a great conductor is the ability to bring off preposterous ideas, and Levine does that here
Copland himself acknowledged that his signature "bittersweet lyricism" like in the first movement of the Clarinet Concerto may have been influenced by his feelings of loneliness and social alienation over his homosexuality. On the piece, Copland writes:. The instrumentation being clarinet with strings, harp, and piano, I did not have a large battery of percussion to achieve jazzy effects, so I used slapping basses and whacking harp sounds to simulate them. AARON COPLAND Belgrade concerto 1961 – Čuveni dirigent i kompozitor u Beogradu, Retrieved on August 13, 2009.
Because of the Celibidache era and its part in forming the core essence of the orchestra, this first MPHIL physical archive release consists of two recordings under the baton of Maestro Celibidache: Gustav Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder and Richard Strauss’ Tod und Verklärung. Celibidache: Mahler and Strauss. The film documents the work process from the first rehearsals with piano and choir to the eventual integration of choir, orchestra and soloists. Music from Bach, Mozart, Weber, Brahms, Wagner, Verdi, Fauré, Strawinsky. CD-Box The Munich Years. Sergiu Celibidache’s relationship with the Münchner Philharmoniker lasted from 1979 until the Romanian-born conductor’s death in 1996.
James Levine, conductor. Last played Saturday, October 07 2017 at 12:45 PM. Carl Maria Von Weber. James Levine, conductor.
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Composed By – Carl Maria von Weber
|Symphony In E-flat No. 39 K. 543
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|3||I. Adagio - Allegro||10:00|
|4||II. Andante Con Moto||7:43|
|5||III. Menuetto: Allegretto||4:04|
|6||IV. Finale: Allegro||8:32|
|Concerto For Clarinet And String Orchestra, With Piano And Harp
Composed By – Aaron Copland
|6.1||I. Slowly And Expressively|
|6.3||III. Rather Fast|
|8||Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche Op. 28
Composed By – Richard Strauss
- Copyright (c) – Musikproduktion Dieter Oehms GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Musikproduktion Dieter Oehms GmbH
- Recorded At – Philharmonie Im Gasteig, München
- Edited At – MSM Studios
- Edited At – Bayerischer Rundfunk
- Mastered At – MSM Studios
- Published By – Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.
- Published By – C. F. Peters
- Published By – Henry Litolff's Verlag
- Artwork – Selke Music & Media Design
- Booklet Editor, Liner Notes – Richard Eckstein
- Clarinet – Martin Spangenberg
- Conductor – James Levine
- Edited By – Johannes Müller (tracks: 1, 2, 7, 8), Wolfgang Schreiner (tracks: 3 to 6)
- Engineer – Gerald Junge, Klemens Kamp, Peter Urban
- Executive-Producer – Dieter Oehms
- Liner Notes [Translations] – Elizabeth Gahbler
- Mastered By – Christoph Stickel
- Orchestra – Münchner Philharmoniker
- Photography By [Levine] – Stefan Rakus
- Photography By [Münchner Philharmoniker p.2] – Ulrike Myrzik
- Photography By [Münchner Philharmoniker, Martin Spangenberg] – Wilfried Hösl
- Producer – Gerald Junge (tracks: 2, 8), Michael Kempff (tracks: 7), Wolfgang Schreiner (tracks: 3 to 6)
Notes(c) 2004 Musikproduktion Dieter Oehms GmbH
(p) 2004 Musikproduktion Dieter Oehms GmbH
Made in the E.U.
Co-production with Bayerischer Rundfunk
Recorded: June 16/17/18 2000; December 8/9/10 2000; February 2/3 2002; January 11/12 2002, Philharmonie im Gasteig München
Recording: Gasteig München GmbH/Bayerischer Rundfunk
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 260034 865044
- Matrix / Runout: OC 504 P+O-65147-A 07-04
- Rights Society: GEMA | BIEM
- Label Code: LC 12424
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