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Herbert von Karajan / Berliner Philharmoniker - Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits Scaricare Gratis

Interprete: Herbert von Karajan / Berliner Philharmoniker
Titolo: Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits
Paese: US
Numero di catalogo: 4742052
Etichetta: Deutsche Grammophon
Rilasciato: 10 Jun 2003
Stile: Baroque, Romantic, Classical
Valutazione: 4.6
Voti: 999

Tracklist

1Symphony Classique (Finale: Molto Vivace)
Composed By – Prokofiev
4:14
2Méditation From "Thaïs"
Composed By – MassenetViolin – Michel Schwalbé
6:01
3Piano Concerto No. 1 In B-flat Minor (1st Movement, Excerpt)
Composed By – TchaikovskyPiano – Lazar Berman
3:48
4Valse Des Fleurs (Dance Of The Flowers)
Composed By – Tchaikovsky
6:58
5Symphony No. 9 "From The New World" In E Minor (Largo) (Excerpt)
Composed By – Dvořák
4:54
6"La Traviata", Prelude To Act III
Composed By – Verdi
4:25
7"Carmen" Suite, Prelude 1 (Allegro Giocoso)
Composed By – Bizet
2:17
8Symphony No. 3 "Organ", In C Minor (Finale)
Composed By – Saint-SaënsOrgan – Pierre Cochereau
6:28
9 The Nutcracker, Suite Op. 71a
10"The Sleeping Beauty", Valse From Suite Op. 66a
Composed By – Tchaikovsky
4:25
11"Also Sprach Zarathustra" (Introduction)
Composed By – R. Strauss
1:42
12Valse Triste
Composed By – Sibelius
6:01
13Intermezzo From "Notre Dame"
Composed By – Schmidt
4:30
14"Cavalleria Rusticana", Intermezzo Sinfonico
Composed By – MascagniOrgan – Wolfgang Meyer
3:28
15"Swan Lake", Suite Op. 20, Scène 1 (Swan Theme)
Composed By – TchaikovskyViolin – Michel Schwalbé
2:44
16Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550 (Molto Allegro)
Composed By – Mozart
7:19
17Barcarolle From "La Gaieté Parisienne"
Arranged By – Manuel RosenthalComposed By – Offenbach
3:32
18Boléro (Excerpt)
Composed By – Ravel
5:38
19Badinerie From Suite No. 2 In B Minor
Composed By – BachFlute – Karlheinz Zoeller
1:23
20Adagietto From Symphony No. 5
Composed By – Mahler
21Valse From Serenade In C Major For String Orchestra, Op. 48
Composed By – Tchaikovsky
4:10
22Menuetto From Divertimento In D Major, K. 334 (320b)
Composed By – Mozart
5:22
23Danse De La Fée Dragée (Dance Of The Sugar Plumb Fairy)
Composed By – Tchaikovsky
1:38
24Dance Of The Blessed Spirits From "Orpheus And Eurydice"
Composed By – GluckFlute – Karlheinz Zoeller
6:45
25An Der Schönen, Blauen Donau (The Blue Danube)
Composed By – Strauss
11:46
26Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major (1st Movement)
Composed By – Bach
6:33
27Spring From "The Four Seasons" (Allegro)
Cello – Eberhard FinkeComposed By – VivaldiHarpsichord – Horst GöbelViolin – Michel Schwalbé
3:26
28Adagio In G Minor For Strings And Organ
Arranged By – GiazottoComposed By – AlbinoniOrgan – David Bell
11:45
29Morning Mood From "Peer Gynt", Suite No. 1
Composed By – Grieg
4:05
30"Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" (Allegro)
Composed By – Mozart
5:37

Crediti

  • Art DirectionHartmut Pfeiffer
  • ConductorHerbert von Karajan
  • EngineerGünter Hermanns
  • Executive-ProducerGünther Breest (tracks: 1-02 to 1-06, 1-09, 1-11, 1-14, 2-01, 2-03, 2-05, 2-09, 2-12 to 2-15), Dr. Hans Hirsch (tracks: 1-01,1-07, 1-12, 2-04, 2-06, 2-10, 2-11), Magdalene Padberg (tracks: 1-07, 2-13), Otto Gerdes (tracks: 1-08, 1-10, 1-13, 2-02, 2-07, 2-08), Renate Kupfer (tracks: 1-09)
  • Liner Notes [English]Stewart Spencer
  • Liner Notes [French]Hughes Mousseau
  • Liner Notes [German]Axel Brüggemann
  • OrchestraBerliner Philharmoniker
  • Photography BySiegfried Lauterwasser
  • ProducerCord Garben (tracks: 1-07), Günther Breest (tracks: 2-03, 2-12), Hans Weber (tracks: 1-01, 1-10, 1-12, 1-13, 2-02, 2-04, 2-07, 2-08, 2-11), Michel Glotz (tracks: 1-02 to 1-06 to 1-09, 1-11, 1-14, 2-05, 2-06, 2-09, 2-10, 2-12 to 2-15), Otto Ernst Wohlert (tracks: 1-08), Werner Mayer (tracks: 2-01)

Notes

Printed in Canada.

Mastered by Emil Berliner Studios.

[ADD]: CD 1 [1], [7] - [9], [12] & [13]; CD 2 [2], [4], [6] - [8], [10], [11]
[DDD]: CD 1 [2] - [6], [10], [11], [14]; CD 2 [1], [3], [5], [9], [12] - [15]

CD 1 [76:47] - CD 2 [78:06]

Recording Locations:

St. Mortiz, French Church: CD 1 [1] 8/1972

St, Mortiz, Hotel "Reine Victoria": CD 2 [8] 8/1964

Berlin, Philharmonie: CD 1 [2] 9/1983, [3] 9/1980, [4] 4/1987, [5] 1 & 2/1982, [6] 2/1984, [7] 2/1977, [10] 9/1982, [11] 12/1985, [14] 9/1981; CD 2 [1] 9/1983, [3] 2/1981, [5] 12/1980, [6] 7/1978, [10] 11/1975, [12] 1 & 2/1981, [13] 9/1983, [14 & 15] 9/1982

Berlin, Jesus-Christus-Kirsche: CD 1 [8] 3/1964, [9] 9/1967, [12] 1/1971, [13] 9/1967; CD 2 [2] 9/1967, [4] 1/1971, [7] 9/1967, [9] 9/1980, [11] 2/1973

℗ 1964 (CD 1 [8]) / 1965 (CD 2 [8]) / 1968 (CD 1 [10], [13]; CD 2 [2], [7]) / 1972 (CD 1 [1], [12]; CD 2 [4]) / 1973 (CD 2 [11]) / 1976 (CD 2 [13]) / 1978 (CD 1 [7]) / 1980 (CD 2 [8]) / 1981 (CD 1 [3]; CD 2 [5], [9]) / 1985 (CD 1 [8]) / 1987 (CD 1 [11]) / 1988 (CD 1 [4]) Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg

© 2003 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg

Codici a barre

  • ASIN: B00008CLNO
  • Barcode: 028947420521

Aziende

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music
  • Distributed By – Universal Music

Album

Herbert von Karajan and Berliner Philharmoniker: Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, From the New World: I. Adagio - Allegro molto, Symphony No. 95, From the New World: II. Largo, Symphony No. 9 in Meyer, Berliner Philharmoniker & Herbert von Karajan. Herbert von Karajan April 5, 1908 July 16, 1989 was a Greek-Austrian conductor. He was one of the most prominent conductors of the postwar period and is widely regarded as the world's most recorded conductor. Karajan conducted the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra for thirty-five years. Karajan played an important role in the development of the original compact disc digital audio format. He championed this new consumer playback technology, lent his prestige to it, and appeared at the first press conference announcing the format. Album 2003 29 Songs. By Antonio VivaldiMichel Schwalbé, Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic, Eberhard Finke & Horst Gobel. Adagio for Strings and Organ in G Minor. By Tomaso AlbinoniBerlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan, David Bell & Leon Spierer. by Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert von Karajan. Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C, - 2. Walzer: Moderato Tempo di valse by Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert von Karajan. Listen Now . In this 2 CD collection, DG has kind of done a Greatest Hits. Everything from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi to Opera Overtures, Ballet Themes and Piano Concertos. There is truly something for everyone on this CD, but being an opera fan, 2 of my favorites are on disc 2. Divertimento in D Major, K. 334 - Orchestral Version : 3. Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto. Herbert von Karajan. Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits. Composers: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Peer Gynt Suite No. Morning Mood. Composers: Edvard Grieg. Symphony In G Minor, : 1. Molto allegro. Herbert von Karajan's Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits album. Berliner Philharmoniker Feat. Herbert Von Karajan - Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits Album. Artist: Berliner Philharmoniker feat. Send Berliner Philharmoniker Feat. Herbert Von Karajan Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Karajan Forever - The Greatest Classical Hits. Symphony No. 1 in D major Classical, von Karajans first performance with the Berliner Philharmoniker in April 1938 was a sensation and aroused the jealousy of principal conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler, who from then on considered the young star his rival. Furtwängler died in 1954, and the direction of an America tour the year thereafter that had already been planned devolved to Karajan. After successful completion of the tour, Karajan was appointed principal conductor in 1956. It was the beginning of a new era. Karajan embodied the 20th-century type of conductor: energetic, charismatic, visionary, dedicated not only to m. Herbert von Karajan 5 April 1908 16 July 1989 is regarded as one of the greatest conductors of all time. He was the principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years and, under Karajan, the orchestra developed their very own performance culture characterised by a beauty of sound, virtuosity, and perfection. Karajan turned the Berlin Philharmonic into perhaps the most impressive sounding orchestra ever. He aimed to merge the best qualities of his idols, Wilhelm Furtwängler and Arturo Toscanini, particularly their precision and elasticity, into his own style. Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert von Karajan: The Skaters Waltz, Op

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