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Herbert von Karajan - Best Karajan 100 - One Hundred Best Classics album mp3

Performer: Herbert von Karajan
Title: Best Karajan 100 - One Hundred Best Classics
Released: 2008
Style: Classical, Baroque, Romantic, Opera
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 520
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CD - EMI Classics, Warner Classics German dance for orchestra in C major ("Die Schlittenfahrt"), K. 605/3. Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622. 7. 2. Adagio.

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CD 1: karajan conducts mozart. BEETHOVEN Symphony N. in F O. 3 II: Allegretto scherzando IV: Allegro vivace (conclusion) Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan (P) 1956/2007. in D minor ‘Choral’ O. 25 IV. Ode to Joy Elisabeth Schwarzkopf soprano, Marga Höffgen contralto, Ernst Haefliger tenor, Otto Edelmann bass Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Wien Philharmonia Orchestra (P) 1956/1989 MONO.

by Herbert von Karajan. Karajan lived through two world wars and the Cold War, and died only weeks before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Many of his greatest orchestral performances were of works that anticipated war or embodied a state of what he called complete catastrophe - works such as Sibelius’ Symphony No. 4, Mahler’s Symphony No. 6, or Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony. Symphony No. 5, Finale. Song: Symphony No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 82. from Sibelius: Symphony in Ef No5; Symphony No4. by Herbert von Karajan. Karajan producer Michel Glotz described him as a mountain man, and his fascination with the music of Jean Sibelius bears witness to this. Sibelius himself greatly admired Karajan’s recordings of the Fourth and Fifth symphonies with the Philharmonia Orchestra, but this 1965 Berlin Philharmonic recording takes the music to a new level.

Orphée aux enfers: Overture by Jacques Offenbach Conductor: Herbert von Karajan Orchestra/Ensemble: Philharmonia Orchestra Period: Romantic Written: Paris, France. 34. Hänsel und Gretel: Overture by Engelbert Humperdinck Conductor: Jeffrey Tate Orchestra/Ensemble: Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Period: Romantic Written: 1893; Germany.

Herbert von Karajan - Gounod - Faust Ballet Music – Les Nubiennes. 3. Herbert von Karajan - Bizet - L’Arlesienne Suite N. - Farandole. 4. Bizet - Carmen - Prelude to Act I. 5. Herbert von Karajan - Bizet - Carmen - Entr’acte to Act II. 6. Herbert von Karajan - Bizet - Carmen - Entr’acte to Act III. Herbert von Karajan - Bizet - Carmen - Entr’acte to Act IV.

Herbert von Karajan (German: (listen); born Heribert Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. Generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime

CD (Number of discs: 6) 21 May 2012. Other participants: Sir John Barbirolli · Sir Thomas Beecham · Sir Adrian Boult · Sir Colin Davis · John Eliot Gardiner · Carlo Maria Giulini · Richard Hickox · Mariss Jansons · Herbert von Karajan · Rudolf Kempe · John Lanchbery · Sir Neville Marriner · John McGlinn · André Previn · Riccardo Muti · Sir Roger Norrington · Michel Plasson · Georges Pretre · Sir Simon Rattle · Wolfgang Sawallisch · Sir Malcolm Sargent · Tullio Serafin · Jeffrey Tate · Sir David Willcocks

The international Herbert von Karajan Music Prize (German: Herbert von Karajan Musikpreis), was an annual award presented by the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden in honour of the celebrated 20th century Austrian conductor, Herbert von Karajan. The prize was inaugurated in 2002 and the monetary element was set at 50,000 Euro, which must be used by the recipient to help further the careers of young musicians. It was first awarded in 2003, to the German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter

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Karajan Conducts Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachmusik
1-1 I. Allegro 5:43
1-2 II. Romanze: Andante 5:53
1-3 III. Menuetto: Allegretto 2:23
1-4 IV. Rondo: Allegro 3:17
1-5 Flute & Harp Concerto In C - II. Andantino (Extract)
Flute – James GalwayHarp – Fritz Helmis
3:57
1-6 'Sleigh Ride' - German Dance 2:43
1-7 Clarinet Concerto In A - II. Adagio
Clarinet – Bernard Walton
8:08
1-8 Horn Concerto No.4 In E Flat - III. Rondo: Allegro Vivace
Horn – Dennis Brain
3:31
Die Zauberflöte
1-9 Overture 7:05
1-10 Der Vogelfänger Bin Ich Ja (Act I)
Baritone Vocals – Erich Kunz
2:38
1-11 Der Hölle Rache (Act II)
Soprano Vocals – Wilma Lipp
2:48
1-12 Così Fan Tutte - Soave Sia Il Vento (Act I)
Bass Vocals – Sesto BruscantiniMezzo-soprano Vocals – Nan MerrimanSoprano Vocals – Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
3:21
1-13 Ave Verum Corpus
Choir – Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien*
3:57
1-14 Symphony No.29 In A - I. Allegro Moderato (Extract) 5:15
1-15 Oboe Concerto In B Flat - III. Rondo: Allegretto
Oboe – Lothar Koch
5:59
1-16 Symphony No.40 In G Minor - I. Molto Allegro 7:41
The Great Concertos
Vivaldi
Le Quattro Stagioni / The Four Seasons
Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
2-1 La Primavera - I. Allegro 3:17
2-2 L'Estate - III. Presto 2:43
2-3 L'Autunno - III. Allegro 3:18
2-4 L'Inverno - II. Largo 2:00
2-5 L'Inverno - III. Allegro 3:12
Hummel
2-6 Trumpet Concerto In E Flat - III. Rondo: Allegro Molto
Transcription By [Ed.] – Oubradous*Trumpet – Maurice André
3:37
Beethoven
2-7 Piano Concerto No.1 In C - II. Largo (Opening)
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
4:31
2-8 Piano Concerto No.2 In B Flat - III. Rondo: Molto Allegro
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
5:52
2-9 Triple Concerto In C - II. Largo
Cello – Mstislav RostropovichPiano – Sviatoslav RichterViolin – David Oistrach
5:29
Piano Concerto No.4 In G
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
2-10 II. Andante Con Moto 5:09
2-11 III. Rondo: Vivace (Extract) 7:16
Piano Concerto No.5 In E Flat 'Emperor'
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
2-12 II. Adagio Un Poco Mosso (Conclusion) 4:28
2-13 III. Rondo: Allegro (Extract) 4:30
Tchaikovsky
2-14 Piano Concerto No.1 In B Flat Minor - I. Allegro Non Troppo E Molto Maestoso (Opening)
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
3:57
Richard Strauss
2-15 Don Quixote - Theme
Cello – Mstislav Rostropovich
2:20
Rachmaninov
2-16 Piano Concerto No.2 In C Minor - II. Adagio Sostenuto (Opening)
Piano – Alexis Weissenberg
5:01
Brahms
2-17 Violin Concerto In D - III. Allegro Giocoso, Ma Non troppo Vivace
Cadenza – Fritz KreislerViolin – Gidon Kremer
8:32
The Great Symphonies
Beethoven
3-1 Symphony No.5 In C Minor - I. Allgro Con Brio 7:19
3-2 Symphony No.6 In F 'Pastoral' - V. Allegretto (Sheperd's Hymn After The Storm) 9:24
Symphony No.7 In A
3-3 II. Allegretto (Opening) 3:13
3-4 IV. Allegro Con Brio 6:59
Symphony No.8 In F
3-5 II. Allegretto Scherzando 3:55
3-6 IV. Allegro Vivace (Conclusion) 3:41
3-7 Symphony No.9 In D Minor 'Choral' - IV. Ode To Joy
Bass Vocals – Otto EdelmannChorus – Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien*Contralto Vocals – Marga HöffgenSoprano Vocals – Elisabeth SchwarzkopfTenor Vocals – Ernst Haefliger
5:12
Haydn
3-8 Symphony No.104 In D 'London' - III. Menuetto (Allegro) & Trio 4:25
Schubert
3-9 Symphony No.8 In B Minor 'Unfinished' - I. Allegro, Moderato (Opening) 4:06
Dvořák
3-10 Symphony No.9 'From The New World' - II: Largo (Opening) 4:30
Tchaikovsky
3-11 Symphony No.5 In E Minor - III. Valse (Allegro Moderato) 6:16
3-12 Symphony No.6 In B Minor 'Pathétique' - I. Adagio - Allegro Non Troppo (Extract) 5:17
Sibelius
3-13 Symphony No.5 In E Flat - III. Allegro Molto - Largamente Assai 9:11
Popular Orchestral Pieces
Handel
4-1 Water Music Suite - V. Allegro Deciso
Arranged By – Harty*
3:30
Johann Strauss II
4-2 Unter Donner Und Blitz - Polka 3:14
4-3 An Der Schönen Blauen Donau (Extract) 3:45
Johann Strauss I
4-4 Radetzky March 2:52
Waldteufel
4-5 Skater's Waltz 7:33
Berlioz
4-6 Marche Hongroise (La Damnation De Faust) 4:14
Chabrier
4-7 España 5:57
4-8 Marche Joyeuse 4:03
J. Strauss II
4-9 Tritsch-Tratsch - Polka 2:35
Smetana
4-10 Má Vlast - Vltava (Opening) 5:23
Sibelius
4-11 Valse Triste 6:02
Karelia Suite
4-12 I. Intermezzo 4:01
4-13 III. Alla Marcia 4:55
Bartók
4-14 Concerto For Orchestra - IV. Intermezzo Interotto: Allegretto 4:22
Respighi
The Pines Of Rome
4-15 I. The Pines Of The Villa Borghese 2:48
4-16 IV. The Pines Of The Via Appia 6:10
Karajan In The Theatre
Rossini
5-1 Il Barbiere Di Siviglia - Overture 7:16
Gounod
5-2 Faust: Ballet Music - Les Nubiennes 2:33
Bizet
5-3 L'Arlésienne Suite No.2 - Farandole 3:23
Carmen (2:13)
5-4 Prelude To Act I 1:34
5-5 Entr'acte To Act II 2:56
5-6 Entr'acte To Act III 2:19
5-7 Entr'acte To Act IV
Massenet
5-8 Thaïs - Méditation
Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
6:43
Offenbach
5-9 Orphée Aux Enfers - Overture 9:37
5-10 Les Contes D'Hoffmann - Barcarolle 4:05
Puccini
5-11 Manon Lescaut - Intermezzo 5:23
Borodin
Prince Igor
5-12 Dance Of The Polovtsian Maidens 2:23
5-13 Polovtsian Dances (Opening) 3:35
Tchaikovsky
Swan Lake
5-14 Scene (Act II) 2:41
5-15 Dance Of The Little Swans (Act II) 1:34
5-16 Hungarian Dance (Czárdás) (Act III) 3:27
Sleeping Beauty
5-17 Valse (Act I) 4:19
5-18 Rose Adagio (Act I)
Weinberger
5-19 Schwanda The Bagpiper - Polka 2:20
Wagner
5-20 Lohengrin - Prelude To Act III 3:16
Karajan And The Voice
Verdi
Otello
Chorus – Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
6-1 Una Vela! Una Vela!... Esultate! (Act I)
Baritone Vocals – Peter GlossopBass Vocals – Mario MachiTenor Vocals – Jon Vickers, Aldo Bottion, Michel Sénéchal
6:25
6-2 Ave Maria (Act IV)
Soprano Vocals – Mirella Freni
4:57
Don Carlo
Chorus – Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
6-3 Dio, Che Nell'Alma Infondere (Act I)
Baritone Vocals – Piero CappuccilliBass Vocals – José van DamTenor Vocals – José Carreras
4:43
6-4 Nei Giardin Del Bello (Act II)
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Agnes BaltsaSoprano Vocals – Edita Gruberova
4:48
6-5 Il Trovatore - Vedi Le Fosche Notturne Spoglie (Anvil Chorus) (Act II, Scene 1)
Chorus – Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
3:00
Brahms
6-6 ein Deutsches Requiem - IV. Wie Lieblich Sind Deine Wohnungen
Chorus – Wiener Singverein
5:25
R. Strauss
6-7 Der Rosenkavalier - Herr kavalier (Act II, Finale)
Bass Vocals – Otto EdelmannMezzo-soprano Vocals – Kerstin Meyer
4:44
Humperdinck
6-8 Hänsel Und Gretel - Brüderchen, Komm Tanz Mit Mir (Act I)
Soprano Vocals – Elisabeth Grümmer, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
3:40
Beethoven
Fidelio
Bass Vocals – José van Dam, Karl RidderbuschChorus – Chor der Deutschen Oper BerlinSoprano Vocals – Helen Donath, Helga DerneschTenor Vocals – Horst R. Laubenthal, Jon Vickers
(4:42)
6-9 Mir Ist So Wunderbar (Act I)
6-10 Wer Ein Holdes Weib Errungen (Act II, Finale)
6-11 Missa Solemnis: Gloria In Excelsis Deo - Gratias Agimus Tibi
Bass Vocals – José van DamChorus – Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Agnes BaltsaSoprano Vocals – Gundula JanowitzTenor Vocals – Peter Schreier
4:45
J.S. Bach
Mass In B Minor
Chorus – Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien*Orchestra – Orchester der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien*
6-12 Crucifixus 2:47
6-13 Et Resurrexit 3:52
Donizetti
6-14 Lucia Di Lammermoor - Spargi D'Amaro Pianto (Act III)
Soprano Vocals – Maria Callas
4:05
Verdi
Aida - Act II, Scene 2
Chorus – Chor Der Wiener Staatsoper*
6-15 Gloria All'Egitto 3:25
6-16 Triumphal March 1:43
6-17 Ballet Music 4:15
6-18 Vieni, O Guerriero Vindice 2:27

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music
  • Manufactured By – www.mediamotion.com

Credits

  • Compilation Producer – Tony Locantro
  • Composed By – Borodin* (tracks: 5-12, 5-13), Vivaldi* (tracks: 2-1 to 2-5), Dvořák* (tracks: 3-10), Smetana* (tracks: 4-9), Bartók* (tracks: 4-14), Gounod* (tracks: 5-2), Waldteufel* (tracks: 4-5), Chabrier* (tracks: 4-7, 4-8), Humperdinck* (tracks: 6-8), Schubert* (tracks: 3-9), Donizetti* (tracks: 6-14), Handel* (tracks: 4-1), Bizet* (tracks: 5-3 to 5-7), Puccini* (tracks: 5-11), Rossini* (tracks: 5-1), Verdi* (tracks: 6-1 to 6-5, 6-15 to 6-18), Berlioz* (tracks: 4-6), Offenbach* (tracks: 5-9, 5-10), Weinberger* (tracks: 5-19), Sibelius* (tracks: 3-13, 4-11 to 4-13), Hummel* (tracks: 2-6), J.S. Bach* (tracks: 6-12, 6-13), Johann Strauss II* (tracks: 4-2, 4-3, 4-9), Johann Strauss I* (tracks: 4-4), Brahms* (tracks: 2-17, 6-6), Haydn* (tracks: 3-8), Massenet* (tracks: 5-8), Beethoven* (tracks: 2-7 to 2-13, 3-1 to 3-7, 6-9 to 6-11), Respighi* (tracks: 4-15, 4-16), Tchaikovsky* (tracks: 2-14, 3-11, 3-12, 5-14 to 5-18), Strauss* (tracks: 2-15, 6-7), Wagner* (tracks: 5-20), Rachmaninoff* (tracks: 2-16), Mozart*
  • Conductor – Karajan*
  • Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 1-14 to 1-16, 2-6 to 2-13, 2-15 to 2-17, 3-8 to 3-13, 4-1, 4-3, 4-6, 4-9 to 4-14, 5-2, 5-3, 5-8, 5-11, 5-20, 6-1 to 6-6, 6-9 to 6-11), Orchestre De Paris (tracks: 2-14), Philharmonia Orchestra (tracks: 1-7, 1-8, 1-13, 3-1 to 3-7, 4-2, 4-4, 4-5, 4-7, 4-8, 4-15, 4-16, 5-1, 5-4 to 5-7, 5-9, 5-10, 5-12 to 5-19, 6-7, 6-8), RIAS Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (tracks: 6-14), Wiener Philharmoniker (tracks: 1-9 to 1-12, 2-1 to 2-5, 6-15 to 6-18), der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien* (tracks: 6-12, 6-13)

Notes

Tracks 1-7 to 1-13, 3-1 to 3-4, 3-7, 6-8, 6-12 to 6-14 are monoaural recordings (mono) while the rest are in stereo.

Tracks 1-1 to 1-4, 1-6 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 1-5 (P) 1972 / (P) Digital remastering 1985
Tracks 1-7 1957 / (P) Digital remastering 1989 MONO
Tracks 1-8 (P) 1954 / (P) Digital remastering 1997 MONO
Tracks 1-9 to 1-11 (P) 1952 / (P) Digital remastering 1999 MONO
Tracks 1-12 (P) 1955 / (P) Digital remastering 1999 MONO
Tracks 1-13 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 1990 MONO
Tracks 1-14 (P) 1960 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 1-15 (P) 1972 / (P) Digital remastering 1987
Tracks 1-16 (P) 1971 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 1-1 to 1-4 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 2-1 to 2-5 (P) 1984
Tracks 2-6 (P) 1974 / (P) Digital remastering 1998
Tracks 2-7 & 2-8 (P) 1978 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 2-9 (P) 1970 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 2-10 & 2-11 (P) 1977 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 2-12 & 2-13 (P) 1974 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 2-14 (P) 1970 / (P) Digital remastering 2004
Tracks 2-15 (P) 1975 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 2-16 (P) 1973 / (P) Digital remastering 2004
Tracks 2-17 (P) 1976 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 3-1 to 3-4 & 3-7 (P) Digital remastering 2008 MONO
Tracks 3-5 & 3-6 (P) Digital remastering 2008
Tracks 3-8 & 3-9 (P) 1976 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 3-10 (P) 1977 / (P) Digital remastering 1986
Tracks 3-11 (P) 1972 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 3-12 (P) 1959 / (P) Digital remastering 1990
Tracks 3-13 (P) 1977 / (P) Digital remastering 2001
Tracks 3-8 & 3-9 (P) 1976 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 4-1 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 4-2, 4-4, 4-5, 4-7, 4-8, 5-9, 5-12, 5-13, 5-19 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 2005
Tracks 4-3 (P) 1976 / (P) Digital remastering 1987
Tracks 4-6 (P) 1980 / (P) Digital remastering 1989
Tracks 4-9 (P) 1976 / (P) Digital remastering 1985
Tracks 4-10 (P) 1977 / (P) Digital remastering 1986
Tracks 4-11 (P) 1986
Tracks 4-12, 4-13, 5-8, 5-11 (P) 1981
Tracks 4-14 (P) 1974 / (P) Digital remastering 1989
Tracks 4-15 & 4-16 (P) 1958 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 5-1 (P) 1961 / (P) Digital remastering 1989
Tracks 5-2 & 5-3 (P) 1980 / (P) Digital remastering 1989
Tracks 5-4 to 5-7 (P) 1959 / (P) Digital remastering 1990
Tracks 5-10 (P) 1959 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 5-14 to 5-18 (P) 1959 / (P) Digital remastering 2007
Tracks 5-20 (P) 1975 / (P) Digital remastering 1996
Tracks 6-1, 6-2 (P) 1974 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 6-3, 6-4 (P) 1979 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 6-5 (P) 1978 / (P) Digital remastering 1986
Tracks 6-6 (P) 1977 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 6-7 (P) 1957 / (P) Digital remastering 2001
Tracks 6-8 (P) 1953 / (P) Digital remastering 1999 MONO
Tracks 6-9, 6-10 (P) 1971 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 6-11 (P) 1975 / (P) Digital remastering 1988
Tracks 6-12, 6-13 (P) 1954 / (P) Digital remastering 1999 MONO
Tracks 6-14 (P) Digital remastering 1997 MONO (Recorded live At The Städtische Oper, Berlin, 29.IX.1955)
Tracks 6-15 to 6-18 (P) 1980 / (P) Digital remastering 1986

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