Composed By – Smetana. A2. A Night On Bald Mountain. Composed By – Mussorgsky. Conductor – Antal Dorati. Cover – George Haas. Engineer – Robert Eberenz. Engineer, Technician – C. R. Fine. Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Henry Ries. Producer – Harold Lawrence.
Valse triste · London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Doráti. Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Sibelius: Valse triste; Liszt: Les Préludes; Smetana: The Moldau. Released on: 2018-09-14. Composer: Jean Sibelius. Auto-generated by YouTube.
By smetana bedrich composer. Released by Universal Music Group Sep 1984 3 Tracks. By smetana bedrich composer.
7. The Moldau ('Vltava'). And with the final selection (Smetana's Moldau), Dorati seems to run out of steam completely. This has got to be the s-l-o-w-e-s-t performance of this score I have ever heard. It's just agonizing to listen to it in this way and at this tempo. It's quite curious, because the conductor waxed this work two other times during his career (on London/Decca and on Philips as part of complete Ma Vlast recordings), and both of those were conducted at the "conventional" tempo. Perhaps Dorati was just having an off-day when he recorded these three works.
Vltava (The Moldau), symphonic poem (Má Vlast No. 2), JB 1:112/2. Description by Robert Cummings. The Moldau is the most popular six works comprising Bedrich Smetana's collection of symphonic poems assembled under the title Má Vlast (My Country). Dvorák: Symphony No. 7; Smetana: The Bartered Bride; The Moldau. Ravel: Bolero; Smetana: The Moldau; Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Juliet; Liszt: Les Préludes. Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Liszt: Les Préludes; Smetana: Vltava. 632. New Year's Eve with the Berlin Symphony. Now This Is Classic!, Vol. 2.
Composed By – Smetana. Composed By – Sibelius. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Wembley Town Hall. Performer: Brahms Genre: Classical Album: 16 Hungarian Dances Style: Romantic Classical. Henryk Szeryng, Brahms, London Symphony, Antal Dorati - Violin Concerto.
Les préludes is the third of Franz Liszt's thirteen symphonic poems. It is listed as . 7 in Humphrey Searle's catalogue of Liszt's music. The music is partly based on Liszt's 1844–45 choral cycle Les Quatre Élémens (The Four Elements). Its premiere was in 1854, directed by Liszt himself. The score was published in 1856 by Breitkopf & Härtel, who also published the musical parts in 1865. Les préludes is the earliest example of an orchestral work entitled "symphonic poem".
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Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain was meant to evoke a witches' sabbath. Franck wrote the delicately evocative Les Éolides, following it with the narrative Le Chasseur maudit and the tone poem Les Djinns, conceived in much the same manner as Liszt's Totentanz . Stanley Sadie, "Smetana, Bedřich", The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (London: Macmillan, 1980), 20 vols. Fallon, Daniel M. and Sabina Teller Ratner, ed.