Pierre Boulez - Pierre Boulez conducts Bartók, Scriabin mp3 downloadPerformer: Pierre Boulez
Title: Pierre Boulez conducts Bartók, Scriabin
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Pierre Boulez - Pierre Boulez conducts Bartók, Scriabin mp3 download
Format: 8 CD Box Set, Compilation Country: Europe Released: 2009 Genre: Classical Style: Modern Music For Strings, Percussion And Celesta Sz 106 I Andante.
Pierre Boulez conducts Bartók, Scriabin.
French composer and conductor (born 26 March 1925 in Montbrison, France - died 5 January 2016 in Baden-Baden, Germany).
Early on, CBS began documenting that reputation with the benchmark recordings now being brought together in a single release.
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Pierre Boulez, French composer, conductor, and music theorist, was regarded as a leading composer of the post-Webern serialist movement who also embraced aleatory elements and electronics. Boulez was also one of the 20th century's most influential conductors, known for extraordinarily precise performances of contemporary works by Bartók, Ligeti, Messiaen, and Varèse, among many others. He debuted in America in 1965 with the Cleveland Orchestra, and in 1966 conducted his first operas, Wozzeck and Parsifal, and made his first orchestral recordings.
Pierre Boulez continues with the Concerto for Orchestra by Béla Bartók, the last piece finished by the Hungarian composer and premiered in 1944 by the orchestra conductor Serge Koussevitzky who commissioned it. The undisputed master of this repertoire, Boulez gives this piece all of his motoric strength. As an encore comes the luxuriant "Fêtes" (taken from the Trois Nocturnes) by Debussy. What could be more fitting for an anniversary?
Pierre Boulez 21-02-2014. Allegro - Vivo - Vivace - Allegro molto. Pierre Boulez Conducts Bartók. Besteciler: Béla Bartók.
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