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Zoltan Kodaly, Vienna Symphony Orchestra With The Wiener Chor Conducted by Henry Swoboda, Soloists From The Vienna State Opera, Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell - Te Deum / Theatre Overture album flac

Zoltan Kodaly, Vienna Symphony Orchestra With The Wiener Chor Conducted by Henry Swoboda, Soloists From The Vienna State Opera, Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell - Te Deum / Theatre Overture album flac Performer: Zoltan Kodaly
Title: Te Deum / Theatre Overture
Style: Opera, Religious
Released: 1950
Country: US
MP3 album: 1901 mb
FLAC album: 1981 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Classical / Folk and Country

Kodály, The Vienna Symphony Orchestra ‎– Te Deum. Zoltan Kodaly, Vienna Symphony Orchestra With The Wiener Chor Conducted by Henry Swoboda, Soloists From The Vienna State Opera, Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell. Zoltan Kodaly, Vienna Symphony Orchestra With The Wiener Chor Conducted by Henry Swoboda, Soloists From The Vienna State Opera, Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell - Te Deum, Theatre Overture ‎(LP, Mono). Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell, Vienna Chorus, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Henry Swoboda, Zoltán Kodály - Te Deum: For Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass And Chorus, Theatre Overture ‎(LP, Mono, RE). Westminster, ABC Records.

Orchestra – Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Soprano Vocals – Sena Jurinac (tracks: A). Tenor Vocals – Rudolf Christ (tracks: A). Notes.

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The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (VPO), under the direction of the late Sir Georg Solti, offers a magnificent performance of this great work. Solti had a reputation for demanding crisp precision and fast tempi from the orchestras he conducted. The VPO and Solti do not disappoint with Schubert's Ninth. Tempi are uniformly faster than the other versions of this work that I've heard. The effect is to give the overall performance a warm, sunny disposition, even in the slower movements.

Tracklist

A Te Deum
B Theatre Overture

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Sieglinde Wagner (tracks: A)
  • Bass Vocals – Alfred Poell (tracks: A)
  • Chorus – Wiener Chor* (tracks: A)
  • Chorus Master – Reinhold Schmid (tracks: A)
  • Composed By – Zoltan Kodaly*
  • Conductor – Henry Swoboda
  • Orchestra – Vienna Symphony Orchestra*
  • Sleeve Notes – Sam Morgenstern
  • Soprano Vocals – Sena Jurinac (tracks: A)
  • Tenor Vocals – Rudolf Christ (tracks: A)

Notes

Recorded in Europe

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A runout): XTV 12680 // 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout): XTV 12681 // 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (A label): XTV 12680
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): XTV 12681

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XWN 18455 Kodály*, The Vienna Symphony Orchestra* Kodály*, The Vienna Symphony Orchestra* - Te Deum ‎(LP, Mono) Westminster XWN 18455 US 1957
W-9729 Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell, Vienna Chorus*, Vienna Symphony Orchestra*, Henry Swoboda, Zoltán Kodály Sena Jurinac, Sieglinde Wagner, Rudolf Christ, Alfred Poell, Vienna Chorus*, Vienna Symphony Orchestra*, Henry Swoboda, Zoltán Kodály - Te Deum: For Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass And Chorus / Theatre Overture ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Westminster, ABC Records W-9729 US Unknown
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