Liszt, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Kurt Masur - Tasso - Les Préludes - Orpheus - Mazeppa - Mephisto Waltz No. 2 FLAC album
Liszt: Mazeppa (Tone Poem) - Liepzig Gewandhaus, Kurt Masur. Beethoven/Liszt - Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op.
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke, S514, R181, "Mephisto Waltz No. 1" (1859-62) This is the solo piano version of the famous first Mephisto Waltz by Hungarian.
Listen to Liszt: Les prér/Orpheus/Mazeppa by Kurt ester Leipzig on Deezer.
The final work is the Mephisto Waltz n. Musical ideas inspired by Faust and the devil were sufficiently developed in Liszt's mind to produce a Faust Symphony that was completed in 1857. Format: Audio CD. This CD features very good recordings of the very best tone poems of Liszt (and the Mephisto Waltz), with excellent sound.
Liszt: Les Préludes; Tasso, Orpheus, Mazeppa, Mephisto Waltz No. 2. 1993. Vivid and viscerally exciting, Kurt Masur's performances with the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra of Franz Liszt's symphonic poems may be considered streamlined modern interpretations - lean and propulsive, with only a nod here and there to sentimentality and lushness. Listeners may respond positively to Masur's brisk, no-nonsense tempi, and the orchestra's clarified textures and distinctive timbres.
Orchestra – Gewandhausorchester Leipzig. Producer – Eberhard Geiger. VI. 1978, Paul-Gerhard-Kirche, Leipzig (DDR) Recorded in co-operation with VEB Deutsch Schallplatten, Berlin (DDR) Digitally remastered. 1981 Original sound recording made by EMI Records Ltd. Made in Germany by EMI Electrola (on labels) Pressed in Germany by EMI Electrola GmbH, Köln (on backsleeve) Printed in Holland by EMI Services Benelux . Uden (on backsleeve) 037 for UK only: ED 29 0730 1 (on backsleeve). Liszt, Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, Kurt Masur - Symphonic Poems (CD, Album).
Album · 1997 · 4 Songs. Les Préludes, Symphonic Poem No. 3, S. 97 (After Lamartine). Vienna Philharmonic & Giuseppe Sinopoli. Orpheus, Symphonic Poem No. 4, S. 98.
Symphonic poems; For orchestra; Scores featuring the orchestra; For wind band (arr); For orchestra without strings; Scores featuring wind band; For 2 pianos 8 hands (arr); Scores featuring the piano; For 4 players; For piano, harmonium (arr); Scores featuring the harmonium; For 2 players; For 2 pianos (arr); For piano 4 hands (arr) . N. - Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne, . 5 ("Bergsymphonie"). - Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo, . 6. - Les préludes, . 7. - Prometheus, . 9. - Festklänge, . 01. - Héroïde funèbre, . 02.
EMI have reissued their collection of Kurt Masur's Leipzig recordings of Lizst's orchestral music with a new cover design
The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra (Gewandhausorchester; also previously known in German as the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig) is a German symphony orchestra based in Leipzig, Germany. The orchestra is named after the concert hall in which it is based, the Gewandhaus ("Garment House"). In addition to its concert duties, the orchestra also performs frequently in the Thomaskirche and as the official opera orchestra of the Leipzig Opera.
|1||Tasso (Symphonic Poem No. 2)||20:37|
|2||Les Préludes (Symphonic Poem No. 3)||15:02|
|3||Orpheus (Symphonic Poem No. 4)||9:40|
|4||Mazeppa (Symphonic Poem No. 6)||15:39|
|5||Mephisto Waltz No. 2||10:38|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Remastered At – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Composed By – Franz Liszt
- Conductor – Kurt Masur
- Design Concept – Smith & Milton
- Engineer – Claus Strüben (tracks: 2-3), Horst Kunze (tracks: 1, 4-5)
- Liner Notes – David Ashman
- Orchestra – Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra*
- Producer – Eberhard Geiger
NotesRecorded: Vi. 1978 ; XII.1977 (2-3); VI.1978 ; IX & X.1980 Paul-Gerhardt Kirche, Leipzig
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- Barcode: 724357562225
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