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Franz Liszt - Gewandhausorchester Leipzig / Kurt Masur - Les Préludes / Mazeppa / Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo / Orpheus MP3

Franz Liszt - Gewandhausorchester Leipzig / Kurt Masur - Les Préludes / Mazeppa / Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo / Orpheus MP3

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Performer: Franz Liszt - Gewandhausorchester Leipzig / Kurt Masur
Title: Les Préludes / Mazeppa / Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo / Orpheus
Country: Europe
Released: 1981
Style: Romantic
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: 29 0730 1
Label: EMI, His Master's Voice

Tracklist

1Orpheus (Sinfonische Dichtung Nr. 4 / Symphonic Poem No. 4)
Cello – Jürnjacob TimmViolin – Gerhard Bosse
9:36
2Les Préludes (Sinfonische Dichtung Nr. 3 / Symphonic Poem No. 3)14:59
3Mazeppa (Sinfonische Dichtung Nr. 6 / Symphonic Poem No. 6)15:58
4Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo (Sinfonische Dichtung Nr. 2 / Symphonic Poem No. 2)20:35


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDM 7 69022 2Liszt, Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, Kurt Masur Liszt, Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, Kurt Masur - Symphonic Poems ‎(CD, Album)EMI Studio DRMCDM 7 69022 2UK & Europe1987
WI 10060Franz Liszt - Gewandhausorchester Leipzig / Kurt Masur Franz Liszt - Gewandhausorchester Leipzig / Kurt Masur - Les Préludes / Mazeppa / Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo / Orpheus ‎(LP, Album, RM, DMM)The World Record Club (N.Z.) Ltd.WI 10060New Zealand1986


Credits

  • Composed ByFranz Liszt
  • ConductorKurt Masur
  • Engineer [Balance]Claus Strüben, Horst Kunze
  • Liner NotesMichael Stegemann
  • Liner Notes [Translation By]Geoffrey Child
  • OrchestraGewandhausorchester Leipzig
  • ProducerEberhard Geiger


Notes

Recorded: 1.-2. XII. 1977 & 5.-10. VI. 1978, Paul-Gerhard-Kirche, Leipzig (DDR)
Recorded in co-operation with VEB Deutsch Schallplatten, Berlin (DDR)
Digitally remastered

℗ 1981 Original sound recording made by EMI Records Ltd.
Made in Germany by EMI Electrola (on labels)
Pressed in Germany by EMI Electrola GmbH, Köln (on backsleeve)
Printed in Holland by EMI Services Benelux B.V., Uden (on backsleeve)
037 for UK only: ED 29 0730 1 (on backsleeve)


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 099929 073016
  • Label Code: LC 0233


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Made By – EMI Electrola
  • Pressed By – EMI Electrola GmbH
  • Printed By – EMI Services Benelux B.V.


Album

1 x Vinyl LP German Democratic Republic GDR 1986. A1 - Les Préludes 15:05 A2 - Orpheus 9:45 B - Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo 20:40. ASIN: B00ECSAXRG. 0 out of 5 stars1 customer rating. Would you like to tell us about a lower price If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support Customer Questions & Answers. Kurt Masur. Liszt: Les Préludes. Vivid and viscerally exciting, Kurt Masur's performances with the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester of Franz Liszt's symphonic poems may be considered streamlined modern interpretations: lean and propulsive, with only a nod here and there to sentimentality and lushness. These muscular, finely detailed performances of Les Préludes, Mazeppa, Tasso, and Orpheus are great improvements over many older, traditional renditions, which wallowed in the Romantic excesses of exaggerated rubato and murky, over-blended orchestration. Les Préludes Franz Liszt Daniel Barenboim mit Berlin Philharmoniker. Henri Vieuxtemps - Elegie for viola and piano is one of four symphonic poems Liszt composed as character sketches of men of creative genius, heroism or legend. The other three poems are Tasso, Prometheus and Mazeppa. In his preface Liszt describes an Etruscan vase depicting Orpheus, then extols civilizing effect on humanity. This reference to the ennobling effect of Orpheus and his art may have been derived from the Orpheus depicted by the French philosopher Pierre-Simon Ballanche in Orphée in 1829. Tasso: lamento e trionfo. Les préludes. Feuilles d'album. Ballade No. Album 2005 5 Songs. By Franz LisztKurt Masur & Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. Orpheus, 1985 Remastered Version. By Franz LisztJürnjacob Timm, Kurt Masur & Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. Mazeppa, 1985 Remastered Version. Mephisto Waltz No. 2, 1993 Remastered Version. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, n. Plate Orch. Composed by Liszt as Ouvertüre de Tasso von Goethe and orchestrated by August Conradi, 1849 , 1st version. Revised by Liszt and re-orchestrated by Joachim Raff, 185051 , 2nd version. Revised and re-orchestrated by Liszt, 1854 , 3rd version. 3 - Les préludes, . 4 - Orpheus, . 5 - Prometheus, . 6 - Mazeppa, . 7 - Festklänge, . 8 - Héroïde funèbre, . Les Preludes - Symphonic Poem No. Tasso: Lamento E Trionfo - Symphonic Poem No. Ce Qu'on Entend Sur La Montagne Bergsymphonie - Symphonic Poem No. Prometheus - Symphonic Poem No. Festklänge - Symphonic Poem No. Mazeppa - Symphonic Poem No. Héroïde Funébre - Symphonic Poem No. Kurt Masur Tasso. Lamento e Trionfo Franz Liszt 20:50. 목록에 추가. Les Préludes. orchestra: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo for organ, Süda. Franz Liszt. Kurt Masur conductor. recording of: Orpheus, S. composer: Franz Liszt from 1853 until 1854. part of: The Music of Liszt number: S. arrangements: Orpheus, S. 672a for organ. 511b for solo piano. 638 for two pianos. 98 for piano trio, Saint-Saëns. Hungarian Rhapsody No. Rakoczy March, 08:52. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations