Bruckner - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Horst Stein - Symphony No. 2 album download
|Symphony No. 2 In C Minor (Haas Edition)|
|A1||1st Mvt. Ziemlich Schnell||17:55|
|A2||2nd Mvt. Feierlich, Etwas Bewegt (Start)||10:45|
|B1||2nd Mvt. Feierlich, Etwas Bewegt (Conclusion)||5:35|
|B2||3rd Mvt. Scherzo; Schnell-Trio; Gleiches Tempo||6:10|
|B3||4th Mvt. Finale; Mehr Schnell||16:35|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Copyright (c) – London Records, Inc.
- Composed By – Bruckner*
- Conductor – Horst Stein
- Engineer – Philip Wade
- Liner Notes – Joseph Brand
- Orchestra – Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*
- Producer – Michael Woolcock
NotesMade in England for export.
|SXL 6681, SXL.6681||Bruckner*, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Horst Stein||Bruckner*, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Horst Stein - Symphony No.2 (LP)||Decca, Decca||SXL 6681, SXL.6681||UK||1975|
|CS6879||Bruckner* - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Horst Stein||Bruckner* - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Horst Stein - Symphony No. 2 (LP, Album)||London Records||CS6879||US||1975|
|SLC 2444||Anton Bruckner, Horst Stein, Wiener Philharmoniker||Anton Bruckner, Horst Stein, Wiener Philharmoniker - Symphony N°2 In C Minor (LP, Album)||London Records||SLC 2444||Japan||1975|
Complete your Bruckner, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Horst Stein collection. Symphony N. In C Minor. 1st Mvt. Ziemlich Schnell. 2nd Mvt. Feierlich, Etwas Bewegt (Start). Feierlich, Etwas Bewegt (Conclusion). Anton Bruckner, Horst Stein, Wiener Philharmoniker - Symphony N°2 In C Minor (LP, Album).
Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 2 in C minor, sometimes known as the Symphony of Pauses, was completed in 1872. It was actually the fourth symphony composed by Bruckner, after the Study Symphony in F minor (1863), the Symphony No. 1 in C minor (1866), and the Symphony "No. 0" in D minor (1869).
Symphony N. In C Minor, WAB 102 Riccardo Muti & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 2 Ed. Leopold Nowak: 1. Moderato (Live) 3 Ed. Leopold Nowak: 2. Andante: Feierlich, etwas bewegt (Live) by Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Riccardo Muti 4 Ed. Leopold Nowak: 3. Scherzo: Mässig schnell (Live) 5 Ed. Leopold Nowak: 4. Finale: Mehr schnell (Live) by Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Riccardo Muti. Muti & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 11 6. Courante (Live) by Gerhard Oppitz, Riccardo Muti & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 12 7. Auftritt des Cleonte (Live) by Riccardo Muti & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 13 8. Vorspiel zum 2. Aufzug (Intermezzo) by Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Riccardo Muti 14 9. Das Diner: Tafelmusik und Tanz des Küchenjungen (Live).
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Stein's emphasis on orchestral precision is a welcome change after hearing Otto Klemperer's "reference" 6th symphony, which is a good recording but not really in the same league as Stein's more focussed and energetic approach.
Symphony No. 2. Anton Bruckner Composer. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Riccardo Muti Conductor. Der Bürger als Edelmann. Richard Strauss Composer. Author: Christian Hoskins. Both works were first heard in performances by the Vienna Philharmonic under the baton of their respective composers, and the orchestra also performed the Bourgeois gentilhomme suite in a concert conducted by Strauss for his own 75th birthday. By contrast, Bruckner conducted the Vienna Philharmonic only the once, and this is only the orchestra’s second recording of his Second Symphony, the first being Horst Stein’s studio version of 1973 (Decca Eloquence, 3/75).
all Vienna Philharmonic concerts since the orchestra's founding in 1842. The Vienna Philharmonic. Vienna Philharmonic Online Shop. Asmik Grigorian und Matthias Goerne are the vocal soloists in Shostakovich's Symphony No. 14. Further Information. 3rd Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Riccardo Muti. Long-time Vienna Philharmonic Honorary Member Riccardo Muti conducts Giuseppe Verdi's Messa da Requiem. The Vienna Philharmonic at the Salzburg Festival 2019. 1st Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Herbert Blomstedt. 2nd Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Franz Welser-Möst.
The Symphony No. 2 in C Minor exists in several versions. There is the 1872 First Version and the 1877 Version. Both have been prepared by William Carragan. Notes by David Griegel Notes by Jose Marques Timed Analysis by William Carragan
Bruckner and the Symphony Orchestra. The Cambridge Companion to Bruckner.
Album · 1989 · 4 Songs. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor: IV. Finale: Feierlich, nicht schnell. Vienna Philharmonic & Herbert von Karajan. 4 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes.