Herbert von Karajan - Mozart: The Last Six Symphonies, Volume 2 flac mp3
Mozart: The Last Six Symphonies, Volume 2. Digital Sound 1024.
Karajan: Beethoven Symphonies (1963) is a set of studio recordings made in 1961 and 1962 by the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan. It is the second of four cycles of Beethoven's nine symphonies that von Karajan conducted, and the first of three for the German record label Deutsche Grammophon. The complete set was first released in 1963 in Europe, and as a result the cycle of symphonies is now generally known as the 1963 cycle.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This was a BD preseent for my mother who just turned 93, she grew up in Berlin and knew Herbert von Karjan during the tome she worked at the German Foreign Office.
Herbert von Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic and the end result is splendid! It also helps to have that wonderful instrument, the Berlin Philharmonic, as a partner in this great music. Even a nonmusician can hear in these recordings the glories of structure that Mozart achieved in these late works, with the result that they are so often far greater than the sum of their parts. Von Karajan was a perfectionist, and these are truly great performances which have aged very well indeed. The Berlin Philharmonic are sumptuous, but not excessively so. This is Mozart for the purist, the collector, and an excellent starting point for anyone wanting to experience Mozart for the first time.
To my knowledge, this was only released as a blue/silver pressing on the SAX label. The record has a lovely laminated cream/white cover with a painting of what I assume to be the city of Prague a couple centuries ago. Liner notes are provide by the British musician, musicologist, and BBC broadcaster Deryck Cooke. We have here an interesting juxtaposition of two very.
Herbert von Karajan, R. Strauss - Don Quixote, Horn Concerto 2 in E Flat Major Holland - Import. Artist: Herbert von Karajan, R. Strauss. h: Violin Concertos : Anne-Sophie Mutter & Herbert Von Karajan. Condition is New. 3 Vinyls included.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Karajan Herbert von, Berliner Philharmoniker. 2. Nr. 29 - A-Dur - KV 201- 2 - Andante.
Herbert von Karajan (German: (listen); born Heribert Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. Generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime
|Symphony No. 38 in D major ("Prague"), K. 504|
|1||Adagio||Herbert von Karajan||10:16|
|2||Andante||Herbert von Karajan||8:54|
|3||Finale, Presto||Herbert von Karajan||5:51|
|Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K. 543|
|4||Adagio, Allegro||Herbert von Karajan||8:39|
|5||Andante con moto||Herbert von Karajan||8:26|
|6||Menuetto & Trio, Allegretto||Herbert von Karajan||4:00|
|7||Finale, Allegro||Herbert von Karajan||4:08|
CreditsBerlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Michel Glotz - Producer
Wolfgang Gulich - Balance Engineer
Rory S. Kaplan - Executive Producer
Herbert von Karajan - Conductor, Primary Artist
Peter Tod Lewis - Production Coordination
Janice May - Liner Notes
Bill Neighbors - Executive Producer
James Ringo - Liner Notes
Michael Ross - Cover Painting
Ric Wilson - Quality Control, Unknown Contributor Role