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Richard Strauss – Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe - Orchestral Works album flac

  • Performer: Richard Strauss
  • Album: Orchestral Works
  • FLAC: 1156 mb | MP3: 1715 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Neo-Classical, Neo-Romantic, Modern
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Richard Strauss – Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe - Orchestral Works album flac

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Horn Concerto No. 1 In E Flat Major, Op. 11
Horn – Peter Damm
1-1 I: Allegro 5:42
1-2 II: Andante 5:59
1-3 III: Allegro 5:26
Horn Concerto No. 2 In E Flat Major
Horn – Peter Damm
1-4 I: Allegro 8:31
1-5 II: Andante Con Moto 5:28
1-6 III: Rondo (Allegro Molto) 5:26
Oboe Concerto In D Major
Oboe – Manfred Clement
1-7 I: Allegro Moderato 8:41
1-8 II: Andante 8:02
1-9 III: Vivace 7:22
Duett-Concertino (For Clarinet, Bassoon And Strings)
Bassoon – Wolfgang LiebscherClarinet – Manfred Weise
1-10 I: Allegro Moderato 6:11
1-11 II: Andante 3:01
1-12 III: Rondo (Allegro Ma Non Troppo) 9:02
2-1 Burleske (For Piano And Orchestra In D Minor)
Piano – Malcolm Frager
19:44
2-2 Parergon Zur Sinfonia Domestica, Op. 73 (For Piano (left Hand) And Orchestra)
Piano – Peter Rösel
21:31
2-3 Panathenäenzug, Op. 74 (Symphonic Studies In The Form Of A Passacaglia For Piano (left Hand) And Orchestra)
Piano – Peter Rösel
27:46
3-1 Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche, Op. 28 14:40
3-2 Don Juan, Op. 20 (Symphonic Poem) 16:06
Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40 (Symphonic Poem)
Violin, Soloist – Peter Mirring
3-3 The Hero 4:22
3-4 The Hero’s Adversaries 3:25
3-5 The Hero’s Wife 6:28
3-6 Certainty Of Victory 6:01
3-7 The Hero’s Battlefield 1:33
3-8 War Fanfares 6:29
3-9 The Hero’s Works Of Peace 4:58
3-10 The Hero’s Withdrawal From The World 4:22
3-11 Renunciation 6:34
Violin Concerto In D Minor, Op. 8
Violin – Ulf Hoelscher
4-1 I: Allegro 14:58
4-2 II: Lento 6:42
4-3 III: Rondo 7:48
Sinfonia Domestica, Op. 53
4-4 Bewegt—Thema I—Thema II—Thema III 5:12
4-5 Scherzo (Munter) 6:16
4-6 Wiegenlied (Mäßig Langsam) 5:54
4-7 Adagio (Langsam) 13:03
4-8 Finale (Sehr Lebhaft) 13:34
5-1 Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 33:00
5-2 Tod Und Verklärung, Op. 24 22:24
5-3 Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59 17:45
6-1 Salome, Op. 54 (Dance Of The Seven Veils) 8:22
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme—Suite, Op. 60
6-2 Overture 3:54
6-3 Jourdain-Minuet 1:39
6-4 The Fencing Master 1:35
6-5 Entrance And Dance Of The Tailors 5:04
6-6 Minuet Of Lully 2:15
6-7 Courante 2:14
6-8 Entry Of Cléonte 4:16
6-9 Intermezzo (Prelude To Act 2) 3:02
6-10 The Dinner 9:35
6-11 Schlagobers, Op. 70 (Waltz) 7:18
6-12 Josephslegende, Op. 63 (Symphonic Fragment) 25:33
7-1 Metamorphosen (Study For 23 Solo Strings) 25:08
Eine Alpensinfonie, Op. 64
7-2 Night 3:26
7-3 Sunrise 1:24
7-4 The Ascent 2:17
7-5 Entering The Forest 5:27
7-6 Strolling By The Stream 0:48
7-7 By The Waterfall 0:15
7-8 Apparition 0:47
7-9 In Flowery Meadows 0:55
7-10 In A Mountain Pasture 2:14
7-11 Lost In The Thickets And Undergrowth 1:28
7-12 On The Glacier 1:02
7-13 Dangerous Moments 1:23
7-14 On The Summit 4:40
7-15 Vision 3:34
7-16 Mists Rise Up 0:17
7-17 The Sun Grows Dark 0:49
7-18 Elegy 1:45
7-19 Quiet Before The Storm 2:51
7-20 A Thunderstorm—Descent 3:48
7-21 Sunset 2:10
7-22 Conclusion 6:05
7-23 Night 2:13
Aus Italien, Op. 16 (Symphonic Fantasy)
8-1 I: Andante (In The Campagna) 9:24
8-2 II: Allegro Molto Con Brio (The Ruins Of Rome) 12:35
8-3 III: Andantino (On The Beach At Sorrento) 12:12
8-4 IV: Finale (Allegro Molto) (Neapolitan Folk Life) 8:52
8-5 Macbeth, Op. 23 (Symphonic Poem) 19:36
Don Quixote, Op. 35 (Fantastic Variations On A Theme Of Knightly Character)
Cello – Paul TortelierViola – Max Rostal
9-1 Introduction (Mäßiges Zeitmaß) (Don Quixote Sinks Into Madness) 5:50
9-2 Mäßig (Don Quixote) 0:59
9-3 Maggiore (Sancho Panza) 1:07
9-4 Variation I (The Adventure With The Windmills) 2:26
9-5 Variation II (The Battle With The Sheep) 1:35
9-6 Variation III (Discourse Between Knight And Squire) 8:10
9-7 Variation IV (The Adventure With The Pilgrims) 1:45
9-8 Variation V (The Knight’s Vigil) 3:49
9-9 Variation VI (The Meeting With Dulcinea) 1:08
9-10 Variation VII (The Voyage In The Enchanted Boat) 2:00
9-11 Variation VIII (The Voyage in The Enchanted Boat) 2:00
9-12 Variation IX (The Combat With The Two Magicians) 1:04
9-13 Variation X (The Defeat Of Don Quixote) 4:32
9-14 Finale (Sehr Ruhig) 5:26
Dance Suite From Harpsichord Pieces By François Couperin
9-15 I: Entrée And Stately Round 3:33
9-16 II: Courante 3:37
9-17 III: Carillon 3:28
9-18 IV: Sarabande 4:07
9-19 V: Gavotte 4:21
9-20 VI: Tourbillon 3:15
9-21 VII: Allemande 5:11
9-22 VIII: March 1:09

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Remastered At – Abbey Road Studios

Credits

  • Composed By – Richard Strauss
  • Conductor – Rudolf Kempe
  • Cover, Illustration – Neil Gower
  • Orchestra – Staatskapelle Dresden
  • Remastered By – Andrew Walter, Paul Baily, Simon Gibson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724357361422
  • SPARS Code: ADD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
50999 4 31780 2 5 Strauss*, Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe Strauss*, Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe - Complete Orchestral Works ‎(9xCD, RE, RM + Box) Warner Classics 50999 4 31780 2 5 Europe 2013

Strauss, Richard: Complete Orchestral Works. Richard Strauss - Eine Alpensinfonie O. 4 - Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe.

Richard Strauss: Orchestral Works. Let's get it straight from the start - this set of the orchestral works of Richard Strauss recorded in the early '70s for German EMI with Rudolf Kempe leading the Staatskapelle Dresden is, far and away, the best set of the orchestral works of Strauss ever recorded. It has fabulous sound: rich, deep, glowing German EMI sound ideal for Strauss' lushly opulent scores. It has fabulous playing: the Staatskapelle Dresden had the best instruments in East Germany and with them it made lavishly sensual and technically impeccable music out of Strauss' highly virtuosic scores

Richard Strauss: Orchestral Works. Richard Strauss: Orchestral Works.

Rudolf Kempe’s recordings of Richard Strauss have long been prized for their unparalleled clarity and subtlety in music that has come to define the late-Romantic temperament and its expression of highly strung emotions, whether in a state of Nietzschean exaltation, on the summits of Also sprach Zarathustra and the Alpine Symphony, or in the post-war despair of Metamorphosen

Founded in 1548 by Maurice, Elector of Saxony, it is one of the world's oldest and highest ranked orchestras. Its precursor ensemble was Die Kurfürstlich-Sächsische und Königlich-Polnische Kapelle (The Electoral Saxon and Royal Polish Orchestra). The orchestra is the musical body of the Staatsoper Dresden (Dresden State Opera)

Conductor Rudolf Kempe) (2001) by Richard Strauss. This album has an average beat per minute of 84 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/99 BPM). Tracklist Also sprach Zarathursa (Staatskapelle Dresden feat. conductor Rudolf Kempe).

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). I had heard the names Rudolf Kempe and the Staatskapelle Dresden but I never owned any of their recordings. These disks display a level of virtuosity that reveal the inner workings of Strauss's genius. There are moments of profundity, transcendence, tenderness and humor on display.

Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe. EMI 918745-2 (157’ · ADD). A somewhat lightweight introduction apart, Kempe secures a performance of treasurable flexibility and comprehensive understanding. This new two-disc set contains all the great tone-poems and demonstrates what a great Straussian Kempe was! Don Quixote, Op 35. Don Quixote. For anyone lucky enough to have secured a ticket, few orchestral concerts have remained so vividly in the memory as the one given by Karajan’s incomparable Berlin Philharmonic in the Royal Festival Hall, London, on April 27, 1985. The surprises began with the conductor’s own physical frailty. Edging unsteadily towards the rostrum and propping himself up against the railing, he adopted the peculiar posture that enabled him to remain upright and in command notwithstanding a debilitating spinal condition.

Album · 2001 · 4 Songs. R. Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra Rudolf Kempe. Listen on Apple Music. Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen & Kindertotenlieder - Wolf: Lieder (Les indispensables de Diapason). Franz Joseph Haydn : Cello Concerto No. 2 - Luigi Boccherini : Cello Concerto No. 9 - Johannes Brahms : Cello Sonata No. 1. 2010. Smetana: Die Verkaufte Braut (The Bartered Bride). Strauss: Tone Poems.

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