The Brucknerathon! Other Downloads ABruckner. Berky john abruckner. Chen Yue, xiao; Michala Petrie, rec. OUR 6. Symphony no 7. Danish NO. Vivaldi, A. Se garrisce la rondinella, from Orlando finto pazzo, RV Archiv 14 Corelli, A. Concerto grosso in F, op 8 no 6, Fatto per la notte di natale pub. Myaskovsky, N. Symphony no 14 in C, op 37 Overture to Fidelio, op 72 DG 7 Puccini, G. Decca 4 Rossini, G. Overture to La gazza ladra c Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana Decca 4 Wagner, R.
Overture to Rienzi Radio Nederland RCO Wolf-Ferrari, E. Intermezzo, from I Quattro Rusteghi Chandos CHAN 3. Decca 28 Symphony no 2, A pastoral symphony Lyrita SRCD. Let the bright seraphim, from Samson, HWV57 Sinfonia in D, from the serenata Il barcheggio. Peter Holman, org; Parley of Instruments. Leslie Pearson, org. LDR 10 Scarlatti, A. Su le sponde del Tebro. Deborah York, sop. Trumpet concerto in E Virgin 5 2 17 Lazzari, F. Sonata a 6 in D c After studying piano, cello and composition at Manchester College of Music, he went to Poland for further studies with Dutch composer Egon Petri.
Soon after that, he settled in London and devoted the rest of his life to composition. Cello concerto no 2 in D minor, op Symphony no 4 in F minor, op 36 Elegiac fantasy, op Nicholas Goluses, gui.
Concierto de Aranjuez ; transcr. Decca 25 Sarasate, P. Iberia suite ; orch. String quartet in C minor Sony SK 66 21 Schoenberg, A. Transfigured night, op 4 Capriccio for piano left hand and seven wind instruments Octet in A, op 3 Flute concerto no 4 in D. Quartet no 10 in G. Excerpts from Montezuma, Act II Archiv 11 Bach, C. Sinfonia in E minor, Wq Philips 11 Quantz, J.
Horn concerto no 3 in E flat. Decca 7 Bach, C. Magnificat in D minor, Wq Gloria patri; Sicut erat in principio. Harmonia Mundi HMC 6. Wind quintet in G minor Wind Quintet of the Nineteen Hundreds. ABC 3 Rossini, G. ABC 5 Donizetti, G. Sinfonia in G minor for winds ; reconstr.
Petite symphonie in B flat for nine wind instruments Athena Ensemble. Symphony no 3 in C, op 32, mvt 4 DG 5 Quintet in B flat for flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn and piano, mvts 1 and 3 Warner Classics Weber, C. Clarinet concerto no 2 in E flat, op 74 Don Quixote, op 35 EMI 5 2 44 Anna Netrebko, sop; Daniel Barenboim, pf.
Salome, opera in one act. Libretto by composer after Oscar Wilde. First performed Dresden, DG For synopsis, go to finemusicfm. Staatskapelle Dresden. DG 6 Guiseppe Sinopoli, cond 2 above. Ballet suite in E flat, op Spitfire prelude and fugue Cello concerto in E minor, op 85 Symphony no 4 in F minor Les Arts Florissants AF 4.
Piano concerto no 2 in B flat, op 83 Decca Dolly, suite for piano four hands, op 56 Duo Lechner Tiempo. Avanti 16 Part, A. Spiegel im Spiegel. Luminesca Duo. Fantasie-impromptu in C sharp minor, op 66 Safri Duo. Lincolnshire posy ; arr. Bilder Duo. Grand Piano GP Symphony no 4 in A, op 90, Italian Overture and war march of the priests, from Athalie, op 74 Decca 14 Williams, J. Excerpts from film, A new hope, Star wars IV Addinsell, R.
Warsaw concerto ABC 8. Bach, J. Groningen Guitar Duo. Chandos CHAN 7. Trio no 1 in G minor, op 11 Romance in E, op 67 Barry Tuckwell, hn; Daniel Blumenthal, pf. Menuet antique Pro Arte Guitar Trio. Concertino, op 45 John Wion, fl; Thomas Hrynkiw, pf. Two arabesques Richard Stoltzman, cl; Nancy Allen, hp.
Violin sonata in A Gil Shaham, vn; Gerhard Oppitz, pf. Old pastoral hymn arr. Kiek, L. The Cheshire rounds; The streets of Forbes. Pavane: Thoughts of a septuagenarian arr.
Marais, M. Swedish folk music suite arr. Schenck, J. Sonata IX, from Le nymphe di Rheno c Gil Shaham, vn; Akira Eguchi, pf. DG 9 Mendelssohn, F. Concert piece no 2 in D minor, op Waltzes, op 39 Martha Argerich, Alexandre Rabinovitch, pf.
Teldec 7. Duo no 1 in G, K Igor Oistrakh, vn; David Oistrakh, va. Decca 16 Boccherini, L. Sextet in F minor, op 23 no 4 Brilliant Classics 15 Signorelli, C. Caterina Lichtenberg, mand; Mirko Schrader, gui. Schwann 9. Sibelius, J.
Scaramouche, op 71 Vaughan Williams, R. ABC It is said that the symphonies are the essential Vaughan Williams. Divertimento elegiaco Hofmann, L. Sinfonia in C. Symphony no 6 in F, K43 Virgin VC 7 10 Rawsthorne, A. Divertimento Overture to Cinderella Erato 27 Paganini, N. Concerto for flute, strings and percussion Symphony no 5 in A minor, op 54 Puccini, G. Excerpts from The girl of the golden west Overture: Froissart, op 19 Son lo spirito che nega, from Mephistopheles EMI 5 2 4 To the moonlight waves they cast him, from Mephistopheles.
Capriccio C 5 Borodin, A. String quartet no 2 in D Borodin Quartet. Decca 28 Delibes, L. ABC 9 Bellini, V. Eccomi in lieta vesta, from The Capulets and the Montagues Symphony no 1 in C minor, op 5 Second vespers for the feast of Santa Barbara pub. Decca 6. Academic festival overture, op 80 Capriccio brillant in B minor, op 22 Ravel, M. DG 16 Bruch, M. Violin concerto no 1 in G minor, op 26 Anne-Sophie Mutter, vn.
DG 26 Beethoven, L. Symphony no 8 in F, op 93 Guitar quintet no 3 in B flat Philips 23 Korngold, E. String quartet no 1 in A, op 16 Chilingirian Quartet.
Moderato and finale from Serenade in E, op 22 ; arr. Song of democracy Flight of the bumblebee ; arr. Parergon on the symphonia domestica, op 73 DG 21 Meyerbeer, G. Torch dance no 4 in C, from dances for Prussian royal weddings Decca Schubert, F. String quartet no 15 in G, D Excerpts from Pipe dream RCA 19 Omadel, C.
Excerpts from Pickwick Excerpts from Pippin Ghostlight Records 17 May Spanish dances, op 12 nos 1 to 5 Olga Kharitonova, pf; Igor Machlak, pf. Move MD 14 Turina, J. Fantastic dances, op 22 Decca 25 Turina, J.
The muses of Andalucia, op Claves 34 Ravel, M. La valse Trio movement in E flat, D, Notturno Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Classical. Styles Symphony. Track Listing - Disc 1. Anton Bruckner. Georg Tintner. Scherzo: Schnell. Finale: Bewegt, feurig. Track Listing - Disc 2. Ziemlich schnell. Andante: Feierlich etwas bewegt. Finale: Mehr schnell.
Track Listing - Disc 3. Gemabigt, misterioso. Adagio, Feierlich. In the Lincoln Center Festival in N. In his remarkably varied oeuvre, Reich has pursued an eclectic path in which he has successfully utilized elements of Western Classical music, American vernacular music, most notably jazz, and non-Western music, particularly African and Balinese music. This syncretic approach has won him a diverse and loyal following at home and abroad.
A rockabilly legend, Eddie Cochran grew up in Minnesota, a fan of country and western music. Playing the trombone in high school, Cochran quit when the band director told him his musical skills were sub-par. Moving with his family to suburban Los Angeles at age 15, Cochran made few friends in school and spent most of his time practising the guitar.
Cochran then teamed with Hank Cochran no relation as the Cochran Brothers. Cochran had planned to stop touring, preferring the producing and recording aspects of music.
Cochran and fellow rockabilly artist Gene Vincent were in Britain for a concert tour. A surprise success, a second week tour was quickly scheduled. Homesick and invited by his record company to finish recording an album, Cochran planned to return to the US for a two-week respite.
His final performance, a last-minute addition to the tour, was at the Bristol Hippodrome. Shortly after midnight, en route from the Royal Hotel in Bristol to Heathrow Airport in London for a flight the next afternoon, tour manager Patrick Thompkins informed the driver, George Martin not The Beatles producer , that he was going in the wrong direction. While attempting to stop and turn round just outside Chippenham, Martin lost control of the Ford Consul Saloon, blew a tyre and struck a solid lamp-post.
The car had spun around, leaving a yard skid mark. Cochran was thrown from the vehicle, striking his head on the ground. Cochran was seated in the middle of the back seat, and had shielded Sheehan from the brunt of the force. Both men in the front seat, Martin and Thompkins, were uninjured.
The car had been used for a wedding earlier in the day and was littered with confetti. That seemed so weird to me, but he seemed to know. As a folk- and country-based songwriter whose lyrical concerns embraced social issues, Guthrie was the primary influence on the generation of singer-songwriters who emerged in the early s.
In the year of his birth his father left his job as a court clerk to become a land speculator, initially with success. Both parents were musical, and Guthrie began singing and playing the harmonica at an early age. He enjoyed a comfortable childhood at first, but then his father went bankrupt and his mother, who suffered from the hereditary disease Huntington's chorea, had to be institutionalized.
He was adopted by other families, later rejoining his father in Pampa, Tex. By his late teens he was living on his own and traveling around the Southwest. But the disastrous economic conditions of the Depression and his own restlessness sent him back on the road by mid-decade. He settled in L. Soon he was earning enough to send for his family. During the late s he became increasingly involved with the union movement.
Guthrie had moved to N. In March he was interviewed for the Library of Congress, reminiscing about his childhood and singing songs. He appeared on several nationally broadcast radio shows and began writing a column, "Woody Sez," for the Communist publications The Daily Worker and People's World. The columns were published in book form in Returning to N. He toured the country with them in , and in February he appeared on their final album, Dear Mr.
He published his autobiography, Boundfor Glory, in , and then joined the merchant marines, serving through most of the rest of World War II. Divorced from his first wife, Guthrie married dancer and dance instructor Marjorie Greenblatt Mazia on Nov. They had four children, including Arlo Guthrie, who became a singer-songwriter and recorded many of his father's songs. In the late s, Guthrie recorded extensively for the record labels run by Moses Asch, notably Folkways, committing to wax an extensive repertoire of original and traditional folk songs and children's music.
Guthrie divorced his second wife and married Anneke Van Kirk in December They had one child and divorced in By then Guthrie was suffering from Huntington's chorea.
He spent the last decade of his life hospitalized. As the folk revival gathered steam in the late s, Guthrie's songs began to be covered extensively by emerging performers. Bob Dylan, who had befriended Guthrie upon his arrival in N. The previous month the song had reached the singles charts in renditions by the New Christy Minstrels and Ketty Lester. Guthrie died at 55 in Two memorial benefit concerts were held in the years immediately following his death, the first at Carnegie Hall on Jan.
In October , Bound for Glory, a film based on Guthrie's autobiography, was released. Guthrie's recordings were reissued by several labels in the s and s.
In , a traveling exhibit organized by the Smithsonian Institution toured the U. Ashlee Nicole Simpson is an American singer-songwriter and actress.
She rose to prominence in with the success of her number-one debut album Autobiography. Her reality series, The Ashlee Simpson Show, aired for two seasons. Following a North American concert tour and a film appearance, Simpson released her second number-one album, I Am Me Simpson assumed creative control over her third album, Bittersweet World Simpson was born in Waco, Texas and raised in the Richardson area of Texas.
Simpson has an older sister, Jessica, who is also a singer and actress. In , when Simpson was three years old, she began studying classical ballet. During this time, Simpson suffered from an eating disorder for about six months but received treatment from her parents. Subsequently, Ashlee was cast in television commercials. Eventually, Simpson made appearances in films and television series, including Malcolm in the Middle , a minor role in The Hot Chick , and a recurring role on the family drama series 7th Heaven , , and In the summer of , she worked as a video personality for MTV.
Occasionally, Simpson appeared on Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, a reality show documenting the married life of her sister Jessica and her then-husband, Nick Lachey. Following the success of her sister Jessica's first album, Ashlee became one of her backup dancers.
Christmas, which was later re-released on Radio Disney Jingle Jams in and After her appearances on the School's Out! Her first album, Autobiography, debuted at number one in the United States in July , with first-week sales of around , copies. Simpson co-wrote all of the album's tracks, describing it as "very true to my emotions", however, critical reviews were mixed. Rolling Stone magazine's Peter Relic characterised the album as a "mundane melange of Avril-ish brat pop and Sheryl Crow cod rock.
As an accompaniment to her debut album, Autobiography, and to create interest in the beginning of her own music career, she filmed and appeared on her own reality television series, The Ashlee Simpson Show, which aired in the time slot following Newlyweds.
It ran in the United States for eight weekly episodes over the summer of a second season of 10 episodes aired from January to March The show dealt with the processes of writing, recording and performing Simpson's music, as well as aspects of her personal life. Simpson had a supporting role as an aspiring actress named Clea in Undiscovered. Her performance in the film earned her a Razzie nomination for Worst Supporting Actress.
Simpson appeared as a musical guest on the October 23, episode of Saturday Night Live, where she was scheduled to perform two songs, "Pieces of Me" and "Autobiography". When she began singing "Autobiography", the vocals for "Pieces of Me" were heard again before Simpson had the microphone to her mouth. She began to do an impromptu jig when she realized the embarrassing error, and then left the stage.
During the closing of the show, Simpson appeared with the guest host, Jude Law, and said, "I'm so sorry.
My band started playing the wrong song, and I didn't know what to do, so I thought I'd do a hoedown. She said that because of the acid reflux, her father wanted her to use a vocal guide track for the performance.
During the performance her drummer hit the wrong button, which caused the wrong track to be played. Simpson said of the incident, "I made a complete fool of myself.
After her performance, many of the 72,plus spectators booed. Some viewers noted that Kelly Clarkson had performed in the show earlier to a much more positive reaction, and asserted that Simpson's performance was poor and very off-key. After the Orange Bowl performance, an internet petition was created at PetitionOnline.
It soon became one of the most active of the site's petitions. In regards to the negativity towards her, Simpson said, "That's cool. You don't always have to be a fan of everybody's music", adding that she receives a great amount of support from her fans.
Around the time of the petition, Cosmopolitan chose Simpson to be on the cover of their February issue, naming her the "Fun Fearless Female of the Year". Simpson's first North American tour ran from mid-February to late April The tour was described as "stripped down" without pyrotechnics. Simpson's second album, I Am Me, was released on October 18, She wanted to incorporate the feel of music from the s on the album, and unlike with her debut, she wanted to focus less on relationships and more on herself.
The album debuted at number-one, selling around , copies in its first week; as of , it had sold , copies in the U. Its lead single, "Boyfriend", became a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot while Simpson's next two singles, "L. Simpson began a concert tour in late September in Portland, Oregon and appeared on the October 8, episode of SNL to promote the album. The first song she performed on the show was "Catch Me When I Fall", a ballad written about her previous SNL experience, and she thanked the crowd after her second performance.
In mid-December, Simpson collapsed after performing in Japan, and was briefly hospitalized, consequently cancelling an appearance at the Radio Music Awards. The collapse and her subsequent hospitalization were attributed to exhaustion as a result of her busy work schedule. She began a summer tour on June 5, , with Ashley Parker Angel as the opening act. Simpson said that after the completion of the tour, she would look at film scripts and continue her acting career.
She received mostly positive reviews. Her performance in the show was described as "dazzling and near flawless. She described the album as being influenced by s music—bearing similarities with I Am Me—while still incorporating elements of rock and pop and described her intention to go on tour to support the album.
Geffen Records chairman Ron Fair said in December that working on Simpson's next album would be "very tricky" because of press scrutiny and "prejudices", but that Geffen would work with her to overcome that, "because she deserves to be heard and she deserves a shot. The second single, "Little Miss Obsessive", was released in March and performed marginally better, reaching number 96 on the Hot Bittersweet World has sold , copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
In February , Simpson began wearing a diamond ring. She later explained that it was a promise ring from Wentz. In April , Simpson and Wentz confirmed their engagement and were married at Simpson's parents' residence in Encino, California, where her father officiated the ceremony. Two weeks later, Simpson confirmed her pregnancy. Her surname changed from Simpson to Wentz and she was briefly known professionally as Ashlee Simpson-Wentz. Simpson gave birth to their first child, Bronx Mowgli Wentz, on November 20, Simpson returned full-time to television episodes by playing the role of Violet Foster in Melrose Place, the CW's revamp of the '90s series of the same name.
She was originally signed to the show as a regular, but producers and CW executives decided to write out her character. Simpson left the show after 12 episodes and stated that she had known all along that her character would leave the show once the murder mystery storyline had concluded.
After her departure from Melrose Place, Simpson reprised her role in the Broadway musical production of Chicago. She began her Broadway run on November 30, and performed in New York for eight shows a week until February 7, On February 9, , Simpson filed for divorce from Wentz, citing irreconcilable differences.
Best wishes to all, and happy listening as well, and God bless you, Tony. This review compares the Tintner Naxos recording against a recording by Salonen on Sony. Bocelli is blind. The Naxos CD by comparison is a model of taste and functionality it is much easier to tell at a glance what the heck you are looking at when you come across this one in the CD rack, that's for sure.
I did not purchase these two CDs at the same time. I first picked up the Salonen version, and when I listened to it the first few times, I thought it was nicely recorded, nicely played, but lacking something. It was rather boring, actually. When I finally picked up the Tintner, my first reaction was, "now, this is more like it. The orchestra did not seem quite as polished as the LA Philharmonic, and the recording seemed not quite as refined, but the end result just seemed to be a better rendition of what I would suppose Bruckner's musical intentions to be.
Just for fun, I decided to do my final comparison of the two versions in a "blind" fashion. I stuck the two disks in two players and switched back and forth between them. On the piece of paper I had in front of me to write comments upon, I marked off columns for "A" and "B. I noted that in recording A for example, the sound of the horns--in terms of both sound quality and musical phrasing--seemed much more rustic and atmospheric, while the bass in recording B seemed a bit firmer, and the overall sound quality seemed a bit more refined.
One of the fascinating puzzles growing out of this comparative process was that it was hard to decide about recording B whether the refined sound made the orchestra sound more refined, or whether it was rather the more refined sound of the orchestra that made the engineering seem more refined.
Chew on that one for a while I also noted that the violins in recording A were spread across the stage, but in recording B they seemed relegated to the left side. I preferred the resulting sound of the old-fashioned arrangement of violins in A, which seemed to fill out the "sound picture" nicely.
Overall, recording A just seemed to offer a more vivid and more convincing musical interpretation of Bruckner. Although I thought recording B was a very good recording, I found myself more entertained and delighted by A, and it seemed to me that A presented a much more convincing Bruckner performance. Recording B was pleasant, but it wasn't quite Bruckner. It is recording A, then, that became my pick from this comparison. Yes, I of course had realized after a minute or two of listening--not even that long, probably--that recording A had to be the Tintner recording, because of what I had heard of the two recordings before comparing them in this fashion.
I may have been blind for this comparison, but I was not deaf. At about ten bucks less than the Sony disk, then, the Naxos is a genuine bargain, and I recommend it highly. Of those which have been published, there are: 1 The original version ed.Wednesday, February 02, - to The airing of exciting new classical music is one of the main features of "Classical Discoveries". Today's program gave listeners much to cheer about when the American radio premiere of Harmony of the Spheres by the gifted Dutch composer Joep Franssens was presented in its entirety.
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