Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra, Ferencsik, Beethoven . Kodály . Brahms . Berlioz - Beethoven, Kodály, Brahms & Berlioz album flac
Title: Beethoven, Kodály, Brahms & Berlioz
Style: Romantic, Classical
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Berlioz – Beethoven, Kodály, Brahms & Berlioz. Label: Orchestral Concert CDs – CD5/2009. Conductor – Ferencsik. Design – Richard Hallas. Orchestra – Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra.
Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra, Ferencsik, Beethoven. Berlioz - Beethoven, Kodály, Brahms & Berlioz (CD, Album). Orchestral Concert CDs. CD5/2009.
Is the Brahms Symphony as impressive as, probably, Karajan or Klemperer? Does this recording sound as convincing as the best Decca sound of the period? And so o. Let me take the main work as an example, the Brahms. Ferencsik takes the work at a slightly faster pace than my library recordings, which I view as a benefit in this most trenchant of Brahms's four symphonic masterpieces. The orchestral recording is plenty clear enough to hear all the sections revving up the mighty Brahmsian engine and playing as if this music matters, not to gain technical perfection. A short period of coughing helps the Beethoven get started as well. Once again Geoffrey Terry has achieved his aim to preserve live music making "for the record", as one might say. Without these efforts a lot of excellent performances would be only memories.
Weber; Beethoven; Kodály; Berlioz. Philharmonia Hungarica Orchestra, Eugene Szenkar Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 20 Length: 1:15:02. CD 1. Recorded Sound Composer.
Orchestra: Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra of London, et al. Conductor: Herbert Kegel, Janos Ferencsik, Hans Graf, Sandor Végh, Ferdinand Leitner, et al. Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn, et al. Audio CD (July 10, 2000).
2009 Berlioz, Roman Carnival Overture Brahms, Concerto for Violin and Cello Marquez, Danzón No. 2 Cassler, The Turtle Dove Cuthbert, Scenes from a Role-Playing Game Corigliano, Voyage for String Orchestra Mozart, Flute Concerto in G, mvt 1 Krommer, Clarinet Duo Concerto, mvt 1 Kodály, Háry János Beethoven, Consecration of the House Overture Fauré, Pavane Mascagni, Intermezzo from' Cavalleria Rusticana' Brahms, Hungarian Dances. No. 5 Dvorak, Symphony No. 6 Mozart, Overture to 'Titus' Prokofiev, Lieutenant Kije Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor
Brahms composed for symphony orchestra, chamber ensembles, piano, organ, and voice and chorus. A virtuoso pianist, he premiered many of his own works. He worked with some of the leading performers of his time, including the pianist Clara Schumann and the violinist Joseph Joachim (the three were close friends) After Schumann's attempted suicide and subsequent confinement in a mental sanatorium near Bonn in February 1854 (where he died of pneumonia in 1856), Brahms based himself in Düsseldorf, where he supported the household and dealt with business matters on Clara's behalf.
Janos Ferencsik, Lajos Miller, Kodály Zoltán, Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus - Hymn of Zrínyi (Words by Miklós Zrínyi) 18:56. Janos Ferencsik, Kodály Zoltán, Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus - The aged (Words by Sándor Weöres) 07:53. Janos Ferencsik, Kodály Zoltán, Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus - Norwegian girls 03:01. Janos Ferencsik, Kodály Zoltán, Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus - Too late (Words by Endre Ady) 03:20. Janos Ferencsik, Kodály Zoltán, Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus - Ode to Liszt (Words by Mihály Vörösmarty) 08:03.
The Moscow State Symphony Orchestra became renowned around the globe under the leadership of Pavel Kogan. In 1989 he was engaged as Music Director and Chief Conductor and immediately enriched the orchestra repertoire by the works of European and American musical literature. A landmark of the MSSO has been to present the great cycles of complete symphonic works from leading composers: Brahms, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, R. Strauss, Mendelssohn, Mahler, Bruckner, Sibelius, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Scriabin, Berlioz, Debussy and Ravel.
|1||Egmont Overture Op84||8:50|
|2||Dances Of Galánta||15:11|
|Symphony No 1 In C Minor|
|3||I Un Poco Sostenuto - Allegro - Molto Allegro||13:00|
|4||II Andante Sostenuto||8:51|
|5||III Un Poco Allegretto E Grazioso||4:39|
|6||IV Adagio - Più Andante - Allegro Non Troppo - Più Allegro||16:08|
|7||Rákóczy March (From The Damnation Of Faust)||4:32|
- Recorded At – Royal Festival Hall
- Composed By – Berlioz* (tracks: 7), Brahms* (tracks: 3 to 6), Beethoven* (tracks: 1), Kodaly* (tracks: 2)
- Conductor – Ferencsik*
- Design – Richard Hallas
- Orchestra – Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra
- Producer, Engineer, Mastered By, Edited By – Geoffrey Terry
NotesRecording of a live concert in the Royal Festival Hall London.
First released as a CD-R through the website of Orchestral Concert CDs.
From November 30th 2011 became available in replicated,(pressed), format.
Distributed in the UK by Discovery Records.
The release is detailed on OCCDs website, www.occds.org
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