Wagner, Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra • Alexander Rahbari - Overture (Faust • Rienzi • Christoph Columbus) album download
- Conductor – Alexander Rahbari
- Cover [Picture / detail] – Carl Christian Vogel von Vogelstein
- Engineer – Michael Seberich, Peter Golser
- Orchestra – Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra*
- Producer – Michael Seberich
NotesRecorded at the Teatro Cervantes, Malaga, Spain from 2nd to 4th April 2002
Recorded at the Teatro Cervantes, Malaga, Spain from 2nd to 4th April 2002.
Alexander Rahbari: Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Puccini: Gianni Schicchi - Firenze E Come Un Albero Fiorito. Alexander Rahbari, Brtn Philharmonic Orchestra Brussels 2nd Movement, Molto vivace. Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra/Alexander Rahbari Das Liebersverbot (The Ban on Love). Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra/Alexander Rahbari R. Wagner - Overtures: Christoph Columbus. Milhaud Scaramouche - I. Vif (Sohre Rahbari, saxophone: BRT Philharmonic Orchestra, Alexander Rahbari).
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. Rienzi. Konig Enzio (King Enzio). Das Liebersverbot (The Ban on Love). Die Feen (The Fairies).
Album · 2004 · 6 Songs. Wagner: Overtures Alexander Rahbari. Listen on Apple Music. 2. Saxophone and Orchestra. Verdi: Traviata (La) (Highlights). Verdi: Rigoletto (Highlights).
LyricsChristoph Columbus: Overture. Richard Wagner, Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, Alexander Rahbari.
Conductor Alexander Rahbari is a capable enough conductor, but even Wilhelm Furtwängler would be incapable of making the Overture to Rienzi sound like anything more than ostentatious claptrap. The Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra is an able enough orchestra, but even the Vienna Philharmonic would be unable to make the music to König Enzio sound like anything more than bombastic flapdoodle
Maestro Alexander Rahbari and the Malaga Philharmonic give it an appropriately swaggering performance, emphasizing all the pomp and ceremony that Wagner could muster. There is definitely a reason why Rahbari starts the program with this number. The other four works, though, are not so well known, and for a reason; they aren't as interesting as the opening piece and certainly not as important as Wagner's much-later material.
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Chorus, Johannes Wildner, Michael Halasz, Alexander Rahbari, Uwe Mund. Wagner: Rienzi Overture. Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded: 02 04 April 2002. Recording Venue: Teatro Cervantes, Malaga, Spain.