Orchestra: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Wilhelm Furtwangler. Composer: Anton Bruckner. Interpretation: Furtwangler favors quicker tempi with a rigid metric underpinning, which he no doubt felt was necessary to hold together the four massive slabs of granite that are the 8th. For example, the beautiful Adagio, here clocks in at 25 minutes, one of the quicker performances in the vaults. The benefits of this typical Furtwangler approach are heard in the reprise of the main thematic group in the Adagio’s exposition. The initial presentation of the spiritual ascending string chord theme very coherently segues into the abbreviated reprise of the sensual opening theme.
Album · 2007 · 8 Songs. By Johannes Brahms - Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler & Yehudi Menuhin. By Richard Wagner - Vienna Philharmonic & Wilhelm Furtwängler. Wilhelm Furtwängler Conducts Beethoven Piano Concertos.
Wilhelm) Richard Wagner Composer. Lohengrin (opera), WWV75 Work. Wilhelm Furtwangler Conducts Mozart and Brahms. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Naxos featured album.
The Hungarian Dances are of Furtwangler conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and are studio recordings. Hungarian Dance No 1 was first issued in the UK on HMV DB 9727 (February 1952). Hungarian Dances Nos 2 and 3 were first issued in the UK on HMV DB 6934 September 1949).
all Vienna Philharmonic concerts since the orchestra's founding in 1842. The Vienna Philharmonic. The newly named Honorary Member of the Vienna Philharmonic conducts Gustav Mahler's 9th Symphony. 2nd Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Franz Welser-Möst. The program features compositions by Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss and Dmitri Shostakovich. 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.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwangler. Release Date: 1st Jun 2011. Catalogue No: MACD0258. Label: Music & Arts. Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98. 40:46. Wiener Philharmoniker.
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