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Alexander Von Zemlinsky, Alban Berg - Lyric Symphony / Three Pieces From The Lyric Suite / Five Orchestral Songs After Texts From Postcards Op.4 Album
Classical
Performer: Alexander Von Zemlinsky, Alban Berg
Title: Lyric Symphony / Three Pieces From The Lyric Suite / Five Orchestral Songs After Texts From Postcards Op.4
Style: Modern
Year 1995
Country Germany
Label Arte Nova Classics
Catalog Number 74321 27768 2
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 864
MP3 size: 1831 mb
FLAC size: 2449 mb
WMA size: 1733 mb
Record From: CD, Album

Alexander Von Zemlinsky, Alban Berg - Lyric Symphony / Three Pieces From The Lyric Suite / Five Orchestral Songs After Texts From Postcards Op.4 Album

Tracklist

1I
Composed By – Alban Berg
2:53
2IV Adagio Appassionato
Composed By – Alban Berg
5:43
3 Five Orchestral Songs After Texts From Postcards Op.4
4IV
Composed By – Alban Berg
1:21
5II Andante Amoroso
Composed By – Alban Berg
5:33
6VI / VII
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
10:56
7V
Composed By – Alban Berg
3:29
8II
Composed By – Alban Berg
1:01
9III Allegro Misterioso - Trio Estatico
Composed By – Alban Berg
3:48
10V
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
1:53
11III
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
5:27
12 Three Pieces From The Lyric Suite
13III
Composed By – Alban Berg
1:11
14II
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
5:55
15I
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
9:24
16IV
Composed By – Alexander Von Zemlinsky
7:29
17 Lyric Symphony In Seven Songs Op. 18

Credits

  • ConductorMichael Gielen

Notes

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Barcodes

  • Barcode: 743212776829
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Album

18 the Three Pieces from Alban Berg's Lyric Suite, and his Five Orchestral Songs after Texts from Postcards, Op. 4 - better known as the Altenberg Lieder, after the author of their texts - are welcome offerings on this budget label, especially because the performances are first-rate and deserve serious attention. The distinguished maestro Michael Gielen commandingly leads the SWR Symphony Orchestra in these post-Romantic and Expressionist masterworks and draws out the magnificent post-Mahlerian sonorities Zemlinsky and Berg both required to convey their complex ideas. Five Orchestral Songs after Texts from Postcards, op. Recent albums by Alban Berg. Berg: Drei Orchesterstücke, Schönberg: Pelleas und Melisande. Violin Concerto Three Orchestral Pieces Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks feat. conductor: Sir Colin Davis, violin: Gidon Kremer. Piano Works of New Viennese School. Zemlinsky: Lyric Symphony, Berg: Three Pieces From the Lyric Suite. The Lyric Suite is a six-movement work for string quartet written by Alban Berg between 1925 and 1926 using methods derived from Arnold Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique. Though publicly dedicated to Alexander von Zemlinsky from whose Lyric Symphony it quotes, the work has been shown to possess a secret dedication and to outline a secret programme Perle 1977a,. Berg arranged three of the pieces movements for string orchestra in 1928. The string quartet has six movements: Allegretto gioviale. Lyrische Symphonie Lyric Symphony, Op. By Rabindranath Tagore & Alexander von Zemlinsky - Roman Trekel, Twyla Robinson, Hans Graf & Houston Symphony Orchestra. 3 Satze Aus Der Lyrischen Suite 3 Pieces from the Lyric Suite arr. for String Orchestra: II. Lyric Symphony in Seven Songs, op. baritone vocals: James Johnson baritone. soprano vocals: Vlatka Oršanić. composer: Alexander von Zemlinsky in 1923. part of: Lyrische Symphonie, op. Alexander Zemlinsky. 18: II. On the surface, Zemlinsky's Lyric Symphony and Berg's orchestral version of three pieces from his own Lyric Suite make an obvious coupling, given that Berg's codified erotic autobiography takes its title and one of its themes from Zemlinsky's epic about the mystic nature of desire. Despite their links and similarities, however, they face each other across the divide between post-Romanticism Zemlinsky and modernism Berg, and listening to these performances with Hans Graf and the Houston Symphony, I was left wondering how many conductors would be fully at ease with both s. Миллионы песен узбекских и зарубежных исполнителей для абонентов мобильного оператора Beeline. Слушайте музыку онлайн, экономьте мегабайты интернета. Первые 30 дней бесплатно, далее 499 сумсутки. Alexander von Zemlinsky' best known work, the seductive Lyric Symphony, inspired Alban Berg, who quoted its third movement in his own Lyric Suite, three movements of which Berg himself arranged for string orchestra. Described by Theodor Adorno as . Berg's Lyric Suite is closely related to the Lyric Symphony. Both are tales of love and passion, and Berg quotes several of Zemlinsky's themes. In its original form, the Lyric Suite was a six-movement string quartet with a soprano solo in the finale. He suppressed the vocal part in the published score when he expanded the scoring for string orchestra, he used only the second, third, and fourth movements. CD 1. Alexander von Zemlinsky Composer. Lyrische Symphonie for soprano, baritone and orchestra, Work. Houston Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Twyla Robinson Soprano, Hans Graf Conductor, Roman Trekel Baritone. Sándor Végh. Alban Berg: Violin Concerto Lyric Suite Three Orchestral Pieces. Eri Klas. Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra. Berg's Lyric Suite abounds in secret messages. In purely musical terms, Berg here for the first time. Also, the fourth movement carries a quotation from the Lyric Symphony of Zemlinsky, to whom. Alban Berg - String Quartet, Op