Franz Schubert / Igor Stravinsky - Arturo Toscanini - "Gastein" Symphony / Petrouchka (Tableaux 1 and 4) album download
- Composed By – Franz Schubert (tracks: A1 to B1), Igor Stravinsky (tracks: B2 to B3)
- Conductor – Arturo Toscanini
NotesLive Performances 1940 and 1941.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (etched, Side A): HRE-285-1A
- Matrix / Runout (etched, Side B): HRE-285-1B
The Symphony No. 9 in C major, D 944, known as the Great (first published by Breitkopf & Härtel in 1849 as "Symphonie, C Dur, für großes Orchester", listed as Symphony No. 8 in the Neue Schubert-Ausgabe), is the final symphony completed by Franz Schubert. Originally called The Great C major to distinguish it from his Symphony No. 6, the Little C major, the subtitle is now usually taken as a reference to the symphony's majesty
Franz Peter Schubert (German: ; 31 January 1797 – 19 November 1828) was an Austrian composer of the late Classical and early Romantic eras. Despite his short lifetime, Schubert left behind a vast oeuvre, including more than 600 secular vocal works (mainly Lieder), seven complete symphonies, sacred music, operas, incidental music and a large body of piano and chamber music
Performer: Franz Schubert. Title: "Gastein" Symphony, Petrouchka (Tableaux 1 and 4). Category: Classical. Label: Historical Recording Enterprises – HRE 285-1 Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: US Date of released: Category: Classical Style: Romantic, Modern. Composed By – Franz Schubert (tracks: A1 to B1), Igor Stravinsky (tracks: B2 to B3). Conductor – Arturo Toscanini.
The Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Felix Prohaska performs Schubert's Gastein Symphony in C Major, Op. 140. This is actually the Grand Duo for two pianos, Op. 140, as orchestrated by Joachim. Shipping Weight: 1. ounces. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Drei Klavierstücke D 946. 5. No. 1 in E-flat minor.
symphony – mentioned in a letter written by ‘Gmunden-Gastein’ symphony of 1825; was it. Anton Ottenwald, with whom Schubert and Vogl lost, or did the sketches of that summer holiday. Schubert set out to write a ‘grand symphony’ on a Beethovenian scale, which – for a composer of superbly crafted miniatures and a supreme gift for melody – created some problems of form and development. Conductors associated with the Orchestra include Furtwängler, Richard Strauss, Toscanini, Cantelli, Karajan and Giulini. Otto Klemperer was the first of many outstanding Principal Conductors, and other great names have included Lorin Maazel (Associate Principal Conductor), Sir Charles Mackerras (Principal Guest Conductor), Riccardo Muti (Principal Conductor and Music Director), Kurt Sanderling (Conductor Emeritus) and Giuseppe Sinopoli (Music Director).
Hans Gal and Franz Schubert and the Essence o f Melody. 124-6 Beethoven in Schubert reception. 126-8 General Summary. 128-29 The heroic in Schuberts tim e. 129-36. Four main examples are addressed and interpreted in the context o f earlier Schubert works, the later Ninth Symphony (D944), and different narrative types. These musical and interpretative contexts derive from discussion o f the sonata from Elizabeth Norman McKay. 16 Hans Gal places the first movement of D850 in a privileged position with those of the Unfinished Symphony (D759), the String Quartet in D minor (D810) and the Piano Trio in B-flat major (D898) as the only examples where Schubert completely adheres to a heroic model.