Alexander Brott - Le Jeune Prométhée / The Young Prometheus FLAC album
The Young Prometheus", based on Contapunctal and fugal exercises by the young Ludwig van Beethoven, orchestrated by Alexander Brott Canadian Broadcasting.
Prometheus is known for his intelligence and as a champion of mankind and also seen as the author of the human arts and sciences generally. He is sometimes presented as the father of Deucalion, the hero of the Greek flood story.
Alexander Brott, CM CQ, born Joël Brod (March 14, 1915 – April 1, 2005), was a Canadian conductor, composer, violinist and music teacher. Brott was born in Montreal, Quebec. He earned degrees from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University and the Juilliard School. Among his teachers were Albert Chamberland and Alfred Whitehead. Brott began his career as a concert violinist in the 1930s. He joined the faculty at McGill University in 1939, where he taught orchestration and music history
Promethée - Le Poème Du Feu, O. 0 by Vladimir Ashkenazy & The Ambrosian Singers & London Philharmonic Orchestra & Lorin Maazel. Vladimir Ashkenazy gives great, emotional performances of the Scriabin Piano Concerto in F-sharp Minor and "Prometheus. His playing is deep, insightful, romantic, and powerful. Ashkenazy plays the Piano Concerto with power and dramatic flair.
This album has an average beat per minute of 87 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 87/87 BPM). Tracklist Le Poème de l'extase, Piano Concerto, Prometheus. Promethée - Le Poème du Feu, O. 0. Recent albums by The Cleveland Orchestra. Pictures at an Exhibition, Night on Bare Mountain, Khovanshchina, Boris Godunov.
The mythological figure of Prometheus symbolizes the creativity of man – and Claudio Abbado took this symbol as the Leitmotif of this very unique concert recording: An exploration of the Prometheus myth through the works of four composers, evocati. Ludwig van Beethoven "Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus", Franz Liszt "Prometheus", Alexander Scriabin "Promethée ou le Poéme du Feu", Op. 60, Luigi Nono "Prometeo".
Alexander Brott book. Alexander Brott is one of Canada's most distinguished and accomplished musical pioneers. During a carrer that spans some 80 years, he has accomplished much on the Quebec, Canadian, and international stage to advance the cause of music. As a conductor, composer, violinist, teacher and entrepreneur, Brott positively impacted the Canadian musical landscape and the perception Alexander Brott is one of Canada's most distinguished and accomplished musical pioneers.
Alexander Brott, CM CQ, born Joël Brod, was a Canadian conductor, composer, violinist and music teacher. His wife Lotte was an accomplished cellist. Their sons are Boris Brott, a conductor, and Denis Brott, a cellist and conductor. Born in Montreal, Brott earned degrees from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University and the Juilliard School. He began his career as a concert violinist in the 1930s. He joined the faculty at the MU in 1939, teaching there until his retirement in 1980.
|A1||No.1, Pr¸eludium Und Fuge (Fa Majeur)||9:08|
|A2||No.II, Fugue (La Mineur)||1:33|
|A3||No.III, Präludium Und Fuge (Do Majeur)||6:13|
|A4||No.IV, P¸räludium Und Fuge (Mi Mineur)||7:53|
|B1||No.V, Choral Fuge (Sol Majeur)||2:30|
|B2||No.VI, Fuge (Si Bémol Majeur)||1:18|
|B3||No.VII, Fuge Alla Duodecima (Ré Mineur)||2:55|
|B4||No.VIII, Doppelfuge Mit 3 Subjekten (Fa Majeur)||2:12|
|B5a||No.IX, Fuge Alla Duodecima (Do Majeur)||3:47|
|B5b||No.X, Fuge (Do Majeur)||3:47|
|B6||No.XI, Choral Fuge (Fa Majeur)||2:12|
|B7||No.XII, Doppelfuge Mit 3 Subjekten (Ré Mineur)||2:33|
- Distributed By – Disques Select
- Distributed By – London Records
- Graphics – Ritha Gingras
- Orchestra – CBC Festival Orchestra
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|CC-15.038, SM-310||Alexander Brott||Le Jeune Prométhée / The Young Prometheus (LP, Album)||Select , Radio Canada International||CC-15.038, SM-310||Canada||Unknown|