swr19022 

Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Seria: Michael Gielen Edition
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19022
Nośnik: 5 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2016
EAN: 747313902286
Dostępność: w magazynie

126,00 zł
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: fortepian, skrzypce
Rodzaj: symfonia, uwertura, koncert

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Brahms: Brahms The Symphonies

SWR Music - SWR 19022
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Gerhard Oppitz, Piano
Mark Kaplan, Violin
David Geringas, Cello
WDR Rundfunkchor Köln
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg / Michael Gielen
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Utwory na płycie:
Tragische Ouvertüre d-Moll Op. 81
Sinfonie Nr. 1 c-Moll Op. 68
Sinfonie Nr. 2 D-Dur Op. 73
Variationen über ein Thema von Haydn für Orchester Op. 56a
Sinfonie Nr. 3 F-Dur Op. 90
Sinfonie Nr. 4 e-Moll Op. 98
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 1 d-Moll Op. 15
Schicksalslied Op. 54
Konzert für Violine, Violoncello und Orchester a-Moll Op. 102
Klavierquartett Nr. 1 g-Moll Op. 25
This third volume of our Michael Gielen Edition is devoted to music by Johannes Brahms, with all the recordings taken from the archives of the Southwest German Radio (SWR). The recordings were made between April 1989 and January 2005 in the Hans-Rosbaud Studio Baden-Baden. The programme comprises Brahms’ four symphonies, the First Piano Concerto, the Double Concerto for violin and cello, the Haydn Variations and the Tragic Overture.

Michael Gielen enjoyed a felicitous involvement with Brahms' chamber music, particularly the late piano works where, in Schoenberg's words, the 'progressive Brahms' is most evident. Maybe that’s why Brahms’ first piano quartet, orchestrated by Arnold Schoenberg, sounds so ravishingly sharp under Gielen’s direction.

The three distinguished soloists in the two concertos are Gerhard Oppitz, Mark Kaplan and David Geringas. The solemnity of Schicksalslied calls for sincere commitment on the part of the conductor. Working as one, the Symphony Orchestra of Baden-Baden and Freiburg and Michael Gielen achieve an interpretation of this work that is both balanced and comforting.