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Fritz Reiner - Fritz Reiner, Vol. 2 mp3 download

Performer: Fritz Reiner
Title: Fritz Reiner, Vol. 2
Style: Orchestral,Opera
Duration: 01:05:54
Size MP3 version: 1189 mb
Size FLAC version: 1970 mb
Size WMA version: 1333 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 245
Genre: Classical

Fritz Reiner - Fritz Reiner, Vol. 2 mp3 download

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The Columbia Recordings of Fritz Reiner and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, 1940-1947," presented by Dennis D. Rooney ARSC New York Chapter APRIL 2015.

Frederick Martin "Fritz" Reiner (December 19, 1888 – November 15, 1963) was a prominent conductor of opera and symphonic music in the twentieth century. Hungarian born and trained, he emigrated to the United States in 1922, where he rose to prominence as a conductor with several orchestras. He reached the pinnacle of his career while music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in the 1950s and early 1960s.

Reiner was born in Budapest, Hungary to a secular Jewish family that resided in the Pest area of the city. After preliminary studies in law at his father’s urging, Reiner pursued the study of piano, piano pedagogy, and composition at the Franz Liszt Academy. During his last two years there his piano teacher was the young Béla Bartók. He worked at opera houses in Budapest and Dresden, where he worked closely with Richard Strauss. He moved to the United States in 1922 to take the post of Principal Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

He recorded only those works that appealed to him: 6 Beethoven symphonies, 4 Mozart symphonies, 3 Haydn symphonies, 2 symphonies each by Brahms and Schubert, and a single symphony each from Dvorak, Tchaikovsky and Mahler. Also Reiner/Chicago recorded several works on two different occasions; both are included in this set. The CD sides are short; one is even less than 30 minutes (as was the original LP).

Fritz Reiner - Short Biography Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Short History. Recordings of Orchestral Works. Bach: Orchestral Works and Concertos Fritz Reiner Album 1939-1946 Early North American Recordings - Fritz Reiner Volume 4 Bach: Soli Deo Gloria - Meisterwerken in bedeutenden Aufnahmen. Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV1067. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Sebastian Caratelli (Flute).

Reiner was not known as a particularly persuasive advocate of the classical repertoire, but listen to it here and you may well conclude that much of it is astonishingly fine. His Beethoven Eroica, Seventh, and Ninth symphonies sound pretty impressive today. Granted, the original jacket concept allows RCA to charge more by spreading the box out to 63 CDs when it could have been packaged on two-thirds that amount, but they deserve the premium for getting the job done, and for doing it right in all the ways that really matter. David Hurwitz (ClassicsToday.

Fritz Reiner: Great Conductors of the 20th Century. 7 Jun 2004 · 31 tracks. Fritz Reiner - The Complete Chicago Symphony Recordings on RCA. 324 listeners.

By Fritz Reiner, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Emil Gilels. Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Ludwig van Beethoven, 8:490:30.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, opera, WWV 96
1 Prelude Fritz Reiner 8:56
Parsifal, opera, WWV 111
2 Prelude Fritz Reiner 14:14
3 Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), for orchestra, L. 86 Fritz Reiner 9:23
Nocturnes, for female chorus & orchestra, L. 91
4 Nocturne No.1, Nuages Fritz Reiner 8:35
5 Nocturne No.2, Fêtes Fritz Reiner 5:42
Ibéria, for orchestra, L. 122/2
6 Par Les Rues Et Les Chemins Fritz Reiner 6:36
7 Les Parfums De La Nuit Fritz Reiner 8:11
8 Le Matin D'Un Jour De Fête Fritz Reiner 4:17


Lionel Coude - Booklet Design
Christophe Henault - Mastering
Jean-Charles Hoffele - Liner Notes
David Lennick - Transfers
New York Philharmonic - Orchestra
Lisa Paterson - Liner Note Translation
Jean-Louis Percot - Producer
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Fritz Reiner - Conductor, Primary Artist
Bruno Saint-Germain - Producer