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Leonard Bernstein Discusses The First Movement Of Beethoven's "Eroica". P2. And The First Movement Of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven. Conductor – Leonard Bernstein. Orchestra – The New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – John McClure. Tracks P1, P2: From the CBS Television Network program, both with musical illustrations. Issued with two inserts:, 4-page insert explaining the nine symphonies. 12-page booklet "The Bernstein Years. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.
72: Overture by Leonard Bernstein;New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Bernstein conducts brilliantly. The New York Philharmonic plays magnificently. The vocal soloists sing beautifully. And the chorus is very good. Published on March 15, 2006.
Leonard Bernstein Beethoven Eroica Symphony No. 3 New York Philharmonic Sealed Classical (1973). By the time Beethoven wrote the "Eroica", he had reached new heights of maturity. Bernstein realizes this, meaning that he adjusts his interpretive vision appropriately. We are allowed to hear pulsating power. But once again, Bernstein doesn't want us to dread Beethoven. Rich, full sounds abound, but through it all, we catch occasional smiles. Some will ask for more concentrated authority, but Bernstein never approaches weakness.
Strangely enough, the prosaic one here is Bernstein. Listen for example to Gould’s sublime transition at 09:45 as he trims his double forte down to pianissimo over the 2-bar trills and slides effortlessly into Gouldian lyrical mode: celli and basses steal in beautifully pizzicato with the main 4-note motif but four bars later Bernstein already sounds, well, prosaic. Gould’s Andante con moto is no Orpheus in Hades, but for the way he refuses to stick to piano, sounds almost defiant. Of course HDTT makes all the difference for the strong natural base line we’re getting here, both from piano.
com essential recording Just what was the Leonard Bernstein phenomenon all about? This disc–part of Sony's ongoing series of reissued performances from the conductor's years with the New York Philharmonic–goes a long way toward recapturing at least two aspects of his protean musical career. The charismatic rapport between Bernstein and his New York colleagues crackles with live-wire intensity. Throughout, the sense of excitement in bringing Beethoven's untamable profusion of ideas to life is unjaded.
Adagio for Strings Leonard Bernstein;New York Philharmonic. New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein. 3:13 New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein. Symphony N. in E Minor, Op.