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Darsteller: Leonard Bernstein
Titel: How A Great Symphony Was Written
Land: US
Freigegeben: 1966
Katalognummer: ZLP59754
Etikett: Columbia Masterworks
MP3-Albumgröße: 2761 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2021 mb

Trackliste

1From The Leonard Bernstein Television Program On The First Movement Of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
2From The Leonard Bernstein Television Program On The First Movement Of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

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BT-4Leonard Bernstein How A Great Symphony Was Written ‎(7")Columbia MasterworksBT-4USUnknown

Hinweise

"A Talk With Musical Illustrations Complete On This Bonus Record"

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  • Other: BT 1
  • Barcode (Side A Runout Stamped): ZLP-59754-2F
  • Barcode (Side B Runout Stamped): ZLP-59754-2E

Kurzes Intro

Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 - Bernstein talks How a Great Smphony was Written - Leonard Bernstein. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Symphony No. 3 in E flat major Eroica, Op. Allegro con brio. Ludwig van Beethoven. Leonard Bernstein. Marcia funebre, Adagio assai. Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment How a Great Symphony Was Written - Leonard Bernstein Talks About the First Movement of Beethoven's Fifth. Альбом 2006 Песен: 8. 5 How a Great Symphony Was Written - Leonard Bernstein Talks About the First Movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony Remastered. Еще альбомы Leonard Bernstein feat. New York Philharmonic. Bernstein Conducts Dances from Operas. Leonard Bernstein ˈbɜːrnstaɪn BURN-styne August 25, 1918 October 14, 1990 was an American composer, conductor, author, music lecturer, and pianist. He was among the first conductors born and educated in the U. to receive worldwide acclaim. According to music critic Donal Henahan, he was one of the most prodigiously talented and successful musicians in American history. Leonard Bernstein, seen here in Paris, was much more than a conductor and GinfraySygma, via Getty Images. Supported by. Where the symphony was moody and dissonant, and clearly under the influence of Aaron Copland, the ballet score unabashedly embraced popular music and jazz. It opened with a radio-ready song, Big Stuff, which was recorded by Billie Holiday. There were conductors as great as Bernstein - and pianists, and composers, and political activists, and theater artists. But there had never been a communicator about music with anywhere near his brilliance, humor, energy, reach and importance. How a Great Symphony Was Written Leonard Bernstein Discusses the First Movement of Beethoven's Eroica with Musical Illustrations. Album Only. But Bernstein hurls with great turbulence and agitation in the finale, and his theme and variation develop at a brisk pace and lively mood, reaching uplifting intensity and drama in the climaxes. Again: Toscanini in much better sound. Like everybody else before Norrington he does take a traditional view of the poco andante section starting at 6:18 - slowly paced, far slower than Beethoven's 108 eighth-notes, grandiose and triumphant in the climaxes. Beethoven: symphony no. 3 Eroica bernstein: how a great symphony was written. Leonard Bernstein - Beethoven: Sym No 3 Plus Discussion CD NEW. Label: Sony Format: CD Release Date: 09 Feb 1999 No. of Discs: 1 UPC: 074646069226. Album Tracks. 3 In E Flat Major, Op. Allegro Con Brio 2. 55: II. Marcia Funebre. Adagio Assai 3. 55: III. Scherzo, Allegro Vivace 4. There is, of course, the still-astonishing album that launched Leonard Bernsteins international reputation as the most dynamic and charismatic conductor of his era, Stravinskys Rite of Spring recorded in January 1958 two months after his appointment as the youngest music director in the New York Philharmonics history. Ditto for Carl Nielsen, whose great symphonies Bernstein brought to a wide