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Ludwig van Beethoven, Pierre Monteux, Vienna Philharmonic - Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral", Monteux / Vienna Philharmonic album mp3

Ludwig van Beethoven, Pierre Monteux, Vienna Philharmonic - Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral", Monteux / Vienna Philharmonic album mp3

Performer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Title: Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral", Monteux / Vienna Philharmonic
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According to Richard Osborne of Gramophone, Pierre Monteux began Beethoven symphony recordings with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1957. RCA management considered "Monteux didn't sell" and was slow to release this recording, which they eventually did - on RCA's mid-priced Victrola label. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (VPO) recordings have a certain amount of tape hiss and a slightly sour feel to the sound, perhaps by erratic VPO tuning or some out of phase recording at the time.

1. Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 'Pastoral': Allegro ma non troppo - Erwachen heiterer Gefuhle bei Ankunft auf dem Lande. 2. 68 'Pastoral': Andante molto mosso - Szene am Bach. If you want to hear Monteux's Beethoven, begin here. sounds a little thin here, and sometimes not perfectly in tune). Monteux was a musician's musician.

Beethoven: Symphony No. 6, Schubert: Symphony No. 5, Böhm, Vienna Philharmonic Orch. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album.

The Symphony No. 68, also known as the Pastoral Symphony (German: Pastorale), is a symphony composed by Ludwig van Beethoven and completed in 1808. One of Beethoven's few works containing explicitly programmatic content, the symphony was first performed in the Theater an der Wien on 22 December 1808 in a four-hour concert. Beethoven was a lover of nature who spent a great deal of his time on walks in the country. He frequently left Vienna to work in rural locations.

Album · 1994 · 9 Songs. 68 "Pastoral". By Ludwig van Beethoven. 1. I. Allegro ma non troppo (Awakening of happy feelings on arriving in the country).

Conducted by Christian Thielemann, the Wiener Philharmoniker (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra) performs Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 68, also known as the Pastoral Symphony (German Pastoral-Sinfonie). Beethoven – Symphony No. 6 Pastoral. Wiener Philharmoniker, Christian Thielemann. Beethoven’s 6th symphony – Pastoral. The first sketches of the Pastoral Symphony appeared in 1802. It was composed simultaneously with Beethoven’s more famous-and more fiery-Fifth Symphony. Both symphonies were premiered in a long and under-rehearsed concert in the Theater an der Wien in Vienna on 22 December 1808. Mehr Ausdruck der Emphindung als Mahlerey. – Pastoral Symphony or Recollection of the Life in the Countryside.

Artists Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral", Symphonies Nos. 7 & 8, Overtures Symphony No. 68 "Pastorale": V. Allegretto (Vienna Philharmonic Orch: Karl Bohm, 1971). Allegretto (Vienna Philharmonic Orch: Karl Bohm, 1971) Ludwig van Beethoven. Unknown Submit Tempo. We don't know the tempo for this song, sorry :( But wait, you do!

68; Pastoral Symphony; Sinfonia Pastorale; Pastorale; Sesta sinfonia di Beethoven; Sesta di Beethoven; Sinfonia n. 6 di Beethoven; Sinfonia n° 6 di Ludwig van Beethoven in Fa+ op. 68; Symphonie pastorale; Souvenir de la vie rustique, plutôt émotion exprimée que peinture descriptive; Sinfonía Pastoral; Sinfonía . 6 en fa mayor, op. 68; Ποιμενική Συμφωνία; Pastoral-Sinfonie; Pastoralen; Pastoralesymfonien; Simfornio n-ro 6; Simfonio Pastoralo. Beethoven, Ludwig van. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.

Tracklist

Beethoven Symphony No. 6 In F. Op. 68 ("Pastoral")
1A First Movement: Allegro Ma Non Troppo
1B Second Movement: Andante Molto Mosso
2A Third Movement: Allegro
2B Fourth Movement: Allegro
2C Fifth Movement: Allegretto

Credits

  • Artwork By – Alexander Cozens
  • Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Conductor – Pierre Monteux
  • Orchestra – Wiener Philharmoniker
  • Sleeve Notes – Robert Nathan

Notes

Recorded in Vienna.
RCA Victrola Living Stereo Red Label
Made in Canada by RCA Victor Company, Ltd., Montreal - Copyrighted
Also available in Mono as VIC-1070
Sleeve Note printed in Canada

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSC-2316 Beethoven* - Monteux*, Vienna Philharmonic* Beethoven* - Monteux*, Vienna Philharmonic* - "Pastoral": The Sixth Symphony By Beethoven ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor Red Seal LSC-2316 US 1958
SMD 1186 Beethoven*, Monteux*, Wiener Philharmoniker Beethoven*, Monteux*, Wiener Philharmoniker - Symphonie Nr. VI F-Dur -Pastorale- ‎(LP) Decca SMD 1186 Germany Unknown
30 MT 10.215, VIC 1006 Ludwig van Beethoven Symphonie No. 6 En Fa Majeur, Op. 68 "Pastorale" ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA Victrola, RCA Victrola 30 MT 10.215, VIC 1006 France 1966
KIJC 9169 Beethoven* - Monteux*, Vienna Philharmonic* Beethoven* - Monteux*, Vienna Philharmonic* - "Pastoral": The Sixth Symphony By Beethoven ‎(LP, RE, 180) London Records KIJC 9169 Japan Unknown
SMR 8004 Beethoven*, Wiener Philharmoniker, Pierre Monteux Beethoven*, Wiener Philharmoniker, Pierre Monteux - Symphonie Nr.VI F-Dur »Pastorale« ‎(LP, RE) RCA Victor Red Seal SMR 8004 Germany Unknown
Reviews (1)
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According to Richard Osborne of Gramophone, Pierre Monteux began Beethoven symphony recordings with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1957. RCA management considered "Monteux didn't sell" and was slow to release this recording, which they eventually did - on RCA's mid-priced Victrola label. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (VPO) recordings have a certain amount of tape hiss and a slightly sour feel to the sound, perhaps by erratic VPO tuning or some out of phase recording at the time.Yet despite these criticisms, the following praise comes from Richard Osborne on the Monteux affect:"The Pastoral, in particular, is the kind of performance one more or less despairs of hearing nowadays. Textures, as always with Monteux, are beautifully clarified: woodwinds sing cleanly out, fiddles are divided left and right, the text is a good one, repeats all nicely in place. There is, in fact, a kind of 'period' purity about the performance; yet with nothing of the latter-day authenticists' untoward zeal in matters of rhythm. Monteux is no laggard. At the same time, he is a man you feel you could walk with; a man who knows his own natural pace, whether strolling by a river bank, walking a fell or roistering at a village fair." - Richard Osborne, Gramophone

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