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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Seria: Festspieldokumente Salzburg
Nr katalogowy: C 925161
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2017
EAN: 4011790925127
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: walc, symfonia

Strauss / Mahler: Schatz und Kaiser-Walzer (arr. Webern, Schonberg; Symphonie No.4 (arr. Stein)

Orfeo - C 925161
Christiane Karg, sopran
All Star Ensemble:
Renaud Capuçon
Katja Lämmermann
Antoine Tamestit
Clemens Hagen
Alois Posch
Magali Mosnier
Sebastian Manz
Albrecht Mayer
Herbert Schuch
Gereon Kleiner
Leonhard Schmidinger
Martin Grubinger
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Pizzicato 5
Johann Strauss II/Webern/Schonberg:
Schatz-Walzer, op. 418
Kaiser-Walzer, op. 437

Gustav Mahler/Stein:
Simfonie No.4:
Bedächtig. Nicht eilen – Recht gemählich
In gemächlicher Bewegung. Ohne Hast
Sehr behaglich - Wir genießen die himmlischen Freuden
The fact that this rare gem was considered lost and was only brought back into the repertory in 1993 thanks to a great deal of effort is astounding (even more so considering the relative success it has enjoyed since that time): a chamber-music version of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony by the Schoenberg pupil Erwin Stein for his “society for private performances of music”. The work was reconstructed from Erwin Stein’s notes in his score of the original symphony and his correspondence with Schoenberg. A tonally pleasing piece in itself, it also gives valuable insight into the compositional structure of the original – and provides a creative contribution towards imagining the relationship between two highly important composers: after all, while the circle around Schoenberg truly venerated Gustav Mahler, he in turn took an active and certainly respectful interest in the new paths that Schoenberg had embarked upon. What a fitting contribution to the Mahler anniversary year of 2011, marking the centenary of his death! This is matched by two irresistible, slightly quirky, yet idiomatically highly suitable, distorted Strauss waltzes by Webern and Schoenberg as “the icing on the cake”. All played by an incomparable “all-star ensemble” featuring Renaud Capuçon, Antoine Tamestit, Clemens Hagen, Magali Mosnier, Sebastian Manz, Albrecht Mayer, Herbert Schuch, Martin Grubinger among others! They are joined in the last movement of the Mahler symphony by Christiane Karg, singing of “heavenly joys” …

Live recording 27 July 2011

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