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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19085
Nośnik: 3 CD
Data wydania: październik 2019
EAN: 747313908585
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: symfonia, koncert

Schumann: Symphonies and Concertos

SWR Music - SWR 19085
Pierre Fournier, cello
Henryk Szeryng, violin
Annie Fischer, piano
Südwestfunk-Orchester Baden-Baden / Hans Rosbaud
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5
CD 1:
Symphony No. 1 in B flat Major, Op. 38 (Spring Symphony)
Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 120 (version from 1851)
Overture to Shakespeare's 'Julies Caesar', Op. 128

CD 2:
Concert for cello and orchestra in A minor, Op. 129
Concert for violin and orchestra in D minor, WoO 23

CD 3:
Concert for piano and orchestra in A minor, Op. 54
The SWR Rosbaud series presents most of Rosbaud’s recordings with the former symphony orchestra of the broadcasting corporation Südwestfunk in Baden-Baden, his main instrument from 1948 until his death, which due to his meticulous rehearsal practice became one of the best European orchestras of the 1950s. Half a century after his death and corresponding to his exceptional artistic qualities, this edition is supposed to make Hans Rosbaud known beyond the circle of music experts as one of the great maestros.

As most of Rosbaud’s numerous recordings for the radio were known only to the listeners of the radio station Südwestfunk in South-West Germany some clichés about his music that were already popular in his lifetime have become firmly established. He was considered as a conductor of the “new objectivity”, and stylised as an anti-romantic icon. His undoubted authority and integrity were used as an urgently needed counterpart to Herbert von Karajan’s commercial sound fetishism and the routine glorification of Karl Böhm. Hans Rosbaud, however, combined enormous musical skills with a totally unassuming manner and never became a victim of grossly exaggerated vanity.

Schumann's two symphonies are late recordings: the Spring Symphony was recorded in September 1960 and the Fourth Symphony recorded in December 1961. Every detail is brought out precisely and unpretentiously, full of warmth and deep sensitivity. The recordings of the three Solo Concertos are markedly different. The most striking feature in this connection is Rosbaud’s ability to adapt to the respective soloists without going against his principles.

All recordings from Baden-Baden, Studio V (later Hans-Rosbaud-Studio), 08.09.1960 (CD 1, Tr. 1-4); 19.12.1961 (CD 1, Tr. 5-8); 18.12.1961 (CD 1, Tr. 9); 14.04.1957, live (CD 2, Tr. 1-3); 08.03.1957 (CD 2, Tr. 4-6); 25.02.1959 (CD 3, Tr. 1-3).

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