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Claudio Abbado - Brahms: The 4 Symphonies mp3 download
Album · 2003 · 16 Songs. Brahms: The 4 Symphonies Maurice Abravanel.
In tribute to Claudio Abbado's recent death on 20th January 2014, DG is delighted to release four mini boxes drawn from the extraordinary 41CD Symphony.
The Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98 by Johannes Brahms is the last of his symphonies. Brahms began working on the piece in Mürzzuschlag, then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1884, just a year after completing his Symphony No. 3. It was premiered on October 25, 1885 in Meiningen, Germany.
Brahms: The 4 Symphonies. Brahms: The 4 Symphonies. Musical Heritage Society 544604Z.
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It seems incredible, but Claudio bbado's career with DG stretches back over more than four decades. In that time he has made innumerable recordings that have stood the test of time - classics right from the start. In opera, in modern music, as a partner in concerto recordings, Abbado has left a glorious indelible mark. In more recent years, every Abbado recording has been an event, something special - whether his Mahler symphonies with Berlin, or the Mozart, Bach and Pergolesi projects with 'his' Orchestra Mozart. And, of course, as a sponsor and champion of new orchestras Read.
One of Claudio Abbado's crowning achievements in Berlin was his Brahms Symphonies cycle on DG (he also recorded Brahms VC and Double Concerto). Granted, this was recorded around the time he was appointed as the music director of the Berlin Philharmonie, when the honeymoon between the conductor and the orchestra was at its peak. Indeed, Abbado elicits milky and sweetened sound from BPO in all four symphonies putting every instrumentalist in the crystal clear sonic convas. DG's sonics are a tad distant but let you hear every minute detail so that you get the idea of what the conductor.
states Claudio Abbado who has constantly reworked the symphonies of the master from Bonn (1770-1827). Although he was the director of the Scala in Milan for fifteen years, which earned him a reputation as an outstanding opera conductor, he has also been familiar with the German and Viennese repertoires since he studied with Hans Swarowsky in Vienna. This monument in the history of Western music to which Claudio Abbado is so attached, was composed by Beethoven in less than a quarter of a century, from 1799 to 1823. A monument which covers the greater part of the composer's life – he wrote the First Symphony at thirty-one and the Ninth Symphony at fifty-four. With Beethoven ended the era of symphonists who composed, like Haydn, up to a hundred symphonies. From then on musicians composed approximately ten symphonies, each stamped with its own personality.
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Track List - Disc 1
|1||Academic Festival Overture, for orchestra in C minor ("Akademische Festouvertüre"), Op. 80||Claudio Abbado||10:17|
|2||Gesang der Parzen ("Es fürchte die Götter"), for chorus & orchestra ("Song of the fates"), Op. 89||Claudio Abbado||12:42|
|Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68|
|3||1. Un poco sostenuto - Allegro||Claudio Abbado||14:13|
|4||2. Andante sostenuto||Claudio Abbado||9:39|
|5||3. Un poco Allegretto e grazioso||Claudio Abbado||5:05|
|6||4. Adagio - Più Andante - Allegro non troppo, ma con brio||Claudio Abbado||16:29|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Alto Rhapsody, for alto, male chorus & orchestra, Op. 53||Claudio Abbado||13:18|
|Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73|
|2||1. Allegro non troppo||Claudio Abbado||21:02|
|3||2. Adagio non troppo - L'istesso tempo, ma grazioso||Claudio Abbado||10:02|
|4||3. Allegretto grazioso (Quasi Andantino) - Presto ma non assai - Tempo 1||Claudio Abbado||5:25|
|5||4. Allegro con spirito||Claudio Abbado||9:42|
Track List - Disc 3
|1||Tragic Overture, in D minor, Op. 81||Claudio Abbado||13:07|
|2||Hyperions Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) for chorus and orchestra, Op. 54||Claudio Abbado||17:01|
|Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90|
|3||1. Allegro con brio||Claudio Abbado||13:39|
|4||2. Andante||Claudio Abbado||8:27|
|5||3. Poco Allegretto||Claudio Abbado||6:28|
|6||4. Allegro||Claudio Abbado||9:01|
Track List - Disc 4
|1||Variations on a Theme of Haydn for orchestra in B flat major (St. Anthony Variations), Op. 56a||Claudio Abbado||18:10|
|2||Nänie ("Auch das Schöne muss sterben"), for chorus, orchestra & harp ad lib, Op. 82||Claudio Abbado||14:00|
|Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98|
|3||1. Allegro non troppo||Claudio Abbado||13:06|
|4||2. Andante moderato||Claudio Abbado||12:10|
|5||3. Allegro giocoso||Claudio Abbado||6:26|
|6||4. Allegro energico e passionato - Più Allegro||Claudio Abbado||10:02|
CreditsClaudio Abbado - Conductor, Primary Artist
Friedel Becker - Text Translation
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Berlin Radio Symphony Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Peggy Cochrane - Text Translation
Ernst Senff Chorus, Berlin - Choir/Chorus
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Text
Friedrich Holderlin - Text
Marjana Lipovsek - Contralto (Vocal)
William S. Mann - Text Translation
Friedrich von Schiller - Text
Michael Steinberg - Liner Notes