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I. Andante un poco maestoso - Allegro molto vivace. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. III. Scherzo: Molto vivace. 4. IV. Allegro animato e grazioso. Don Quixote, fantastic variations for cello & orchestra, Op. 35 (TrV 184). 5. Introduction and Theme. 6. Variation 1. 7. Variation 2. 8. Variation 3.
Animated Lush Lyrical Melancholy Narrative.
all Vienna Philharmonic concerts since the orchestra's founding in 1842. The Vienna Philharmonic. Vienna Philharmonic Online Shop.
Presented in a luxury box with matt lamination and hot-foil printed gold, includes original cover art, rare photographs from the Wiener Philharmoniker Archives. With a Bonus DVD of the famous 1989 New Year's Concert conducted by Carlos Kleiber.
The radio broadcasts in the 150th Anniversary box were all new to CD. But there are no new recordings in the 175th Anniversary box (five mono recordings are actually carried over from the 150th Anniversary box). Nothing is newly remastered (Levine's Ma Vlast is still needlessly split over two CDs). Especially disappointing is the choice of historical mono recordings: Only three conductors (how can they leave Clemens Krauss out of a Vienna Philharmonic box?). The radio broadcasts in the 150th Anniversary box were all new to CD.
cover art from the original releases. rare photographs from the archives of the Wiener Philharmoniker. new liner notes by Dr. Silvia Kargl, Head of the Historic Archive of the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Richard Evidon. It is both a glorious overview of the orchestra’s core repertoire, while exploring its deep collaborations with the most influential and distinguished conductors of the past 50 years: Wilhelm Furtwängler, Bruno Walter, Leonard Bernstein, Karl Böhm, Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
The Vienna Philharmonic (VPO; German: Wiener Philharmoniker), founded in 1842, is an orchestra considered to be one of the finest in the world. The Vienna Philharmonic is based at the Musikverein in Vienna, Austria. Its members are selected from the orchestra of the Vienna State Opera.
|Symphony No. 1 in B flat major ("Spring"), Op. 38|
|1||I. Andante un poco maestoso - Allegro molto vivace||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||11:47|
|2||II. Larghetto||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||7:23|
|3||III. Scherzo: Molto vivace||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||5:53|
|4||IV. Allegro animato e grazioso||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||8:39|
|Don Quixote, fantastic variations for cello & orchestra, Op. 35 (TrV 184)|
|5||Introduction and Theme||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||8:34|
|6||Variation 1||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||2:33|
|7||Variation 2||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:33|
|8||Variation 3||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||7:47|
|9||Variation 4||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:52|
|10||Variation 5||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||4:33|
|11||Variation 6||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:07|
|12||Variation 7||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:07|
|13||Variation 8||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:46|
|14||Variation 9||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||1:04|
|15||Variation 10||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||3:59|
|16||Finale: Epilogue||Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||5:42|
Credits:David Abbott - Liner Note Translation
Emanuel Brabec - Cello
Christoph von Dohnányi - Liner Notes
Franz Gittenberger - Photography
Jet Goldstein - Photography
Clemens Hellsberg - Liner Notes
James Lock - Engineer
Lorin Maazel - Conductor
Kathy McAleer - Liner Note Translation
Zubin Mehta - Conductor
Gordon Parry - Engineer
Vivianne Purdom - Photography
Christopher Raeburn - Liner Notes, Producer
Werner Resel - Liner Notes
Erik Smith - Producer
Georg Solti - Liner Notes
Josef Staar - Viola
Jeremy Tilston - Art Direction
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra, Primary Artist