Beethoven / Weber / Strauss, Rosl Schmid, Joseph Keilberth - Piano Concerto No. 2 / Konzertstück / Burleske album flac
Martha Argerich (Piano). Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Gabor Takacs-Nagy. Recorded on Wednesday 22nd July 2009, Verbier - Switzerland.
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BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto N. in B-flat Major, O. 9 Rosl Schmid ∙ piano Großes Münchener Rundfunkorchester Joseph Keilberth ∙ conductor Recorded ∙ 02 August 1943 ∙ Munich ∙ Sendesaal ∙ Reichssender München ∙ Radio Studio Recording. 4. WEBER: Konzertstück in F minor for Piano & Orchestra, Op. 79 Rosl Schmid ∙ piano Deutsches Philharmonisches Orchester Prag Joseph Keilberth ∙ conductor Recorded ∙ 08 January 1945 ∙ Prague ∙ Smetanasaal ∙ Reichssender Prag ∙ Radio Studio Recording. 5. STRAUSS: Burleske for Piano and Orchestra in D minor, AV 85 Rosl Schmid ∙ piano Bamberger Symphoniker. 9 4. 79 5. STRAUSS: Burleske for Piano and Orchestra in D minor, AV 85 Rosl Schmid (piano), Bamberger Symphoniker (orchestra), Joseph Keilberth (conductor).
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B Op. 19. 1. I. Allegro con brio. Ludwig van Beethoven. Burleske in D Minor for Piano & Orchestra.
Album · 2017 · 5 Songs. Joseph Moog has made some very exciting recordings of flamboyant and agile piano playing. Here, though, he shows his serious side as he takes on Brahms’ mighty Piano Concerto No. 2. And very impressive it is too, as he puts his huge technique to good use riding the crests of this most symphonic of all piano concertos. It’s good to hear a young pianist in this work: his boundless energy really pays dividends. Richard Strauss’ Burleske, more obviously Moog fare, is dispatched with aplomb, while Nicholas Milton and his Deutsche Radio Philharmonie orchestra partner with evident sympathy
Joseph Keilberth (1908-1968) belongs to that generation of conductors who continued after Furtwangler’s death to hold the musical heritage of German and Austrian composers in particularly high regard. Furthermore, Keilberth exhibited a very special love for the works of Max Reger and Hans Pfitzner. It is to that predilection of his that we owe a number of outstanding recordings released here for the first time in this release.
Not far behind it in terms of the challenges it presents the soloist with, is the early Burleske for piano and orchestra by Richard Strauss. Dedicated to Hans von Bülow as a thank-you present, Bülow however, refused to learn it, considering it to be ‘unplayable’. This may have had something to with the fact that Bülow’s hands could barely span an octave – an insuperable obstacle in a work that demands superlative, stamina-sapping octaves - but which begs the question why the composer should write something so physically unsuitable for his mentor. His latest release pairs works for piano and orchestra by two greats of the Romantic period - Brahms's Piano Concerto N. and Richard Strauss's Burleske. Moog is partnered with the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern led by Nicholas Milton.
The Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 19, by Ludwig van Beethoven was composed primarily between 1787 and 1789, although it did not attain the form in which it was published until 1795. Beethoven did write a second finale for it in 1798 for performance in Prague, but that is not the finale that was published. It was used by the composer as a vehicle for his own performances as a young virtuoso, initially intended with the Bonn Hofkapelle.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, Strauss: Burleske (1995) by Ludwig Van Beethoven. This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/133 BPM). Tracklist Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 5, Strauss: Burleske. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 5 in Eflat major, op. 73: II. Adagio un poco moto - attacca.
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|Piano Concerto No. 2 In B-flat Major, Op. 19
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
|1||I. Allegro Con Brio||13:29|
|3||III. Rondo - Molto Allegro||5:31|
|4||Konzertstück In F Minor For Piano & Orchestra, Op. 79
Composed By – Carl Maria von Weber
|5||Burleske For Piano And Orchestra In D Minor, AV 85
Composed By – Richard Strauss
- Copyright (c) – Meloclassic
- Recorded At – Bayerischer Rundfunk, Studios München
- Recorded At – Smetana Hall
- Recorded At – Dominikanerbau, Bamberg
- Conductor – Joseph Keilberth
- Design – Alessia Issara
- Liner Notes – Michael Waiblinger
- Orchestra – Bamberger Symphoniker (tracks: 5), Deutsches Philharmonisches Orchester Prag* (tracks: 4), Großes Münchener Rundfunkorchester* (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Photography By – Valentin Kubina
- Piano – Rosl Schmid
- Producer, Mastered By [Audio Restoration] – Lynn Ludwig
First CD released, from the original masters.
02 August 1943, Munich, Sendesaal, Reichssender München ∙ Radio Studio Recording (1 to 3);
08 January 1945 ∙ Prague ∙ Smetanasaal ∙ Reichssender Prag ∙ Radio Studio Recording
16 April 1958 ∙ Bamberg ∙ Dominikanerbau-Kulturraum ∙ Bayerischer Rundfunk ∙ Radio Studio Recording
Total time: 62:57
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