Arturo ToscaniniWolfgang Amadeus MozartLudwig van Beethoven - La Flute Enchantee / Coriolan ( Opus 62 ) album mp3
The Coriolan Overture (German: Coriolan-Ouvertüre or Ouvertüre zu Coriolan), Op. 62, is a composition written by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1807 for Heinrich Joseph von Collin's 1804 tragedy Coriolan. The structure and themes of the overture follow the play very generally. The main C minor theme represents Coriolanus' resolve and war-like tendencies (he is about to invade Rome), while the more tender E-flat major theme represents the pleadings of his mother to desist
Coriolà de Beethoven; Coriolanouvertüre; Obertura Coriolano (Beethoven); Ouvertüre Coriolan; Ouverture Coriolan; 柯里奧蘭; 柯里奧蘭序曲; Coriolan Overture, Op. 62; Overture to Collin's Coriolan. Beethoven, Ludwig van. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
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Beethoven knew and admired the works of Shakespeare in the prose translation of Eschenburg. The composer’s Coriolan Overture was not inspired by the Bard’s Coriolanus, however, but rather by a much less elevated source, a play by Heinrich Joseph von Collin (1771-1811) that had enjoyed a brief vogue in Vienna during the years from 1802 to 1805 as a vehicle for the actor Lange. Originally the play was performed with second-hand music, adapted by Abbé Stadler from Mozart’s Idomeneo.
Symphony No. 7 in A Major, opus 92 Ludwig van Beethoven Beethoven's Seventh Symphony is one of the most extraordinary expressions of physical energy and joy in symphonic music. Completed in 1812, the Seventh, in the words of Beethoven biographer Maynard Solomon, transports us into a sphere of laughter, play, and the exuberant release of bound energy. It is amazing the Seventh Symphony was even noticed in this circus atmosphere, but indeed it was warmly received and the audience demanded an encore of the second movement. The first movement begins with a slow introduction - the biggest Beethoven ever wrote. Its expansive dimensions, accentuated by majestic rising scales, allows for two lyrical interludes - led first by oboes, then by the flute - which carry the music to keys remote from the A-major home base.
Beethoven bezog sich auf die gleichnamige, seinerzeit in Wien sehr populäre Tragödie des österreichischen Dichters Heinrich Joseph von Collin, schrieb die Ouvertüre aber erst 1807 nieder, zu einem Zeitpunkt, als das Stück längst wieder vom Spielplan abgesetzt war. Offensichtlich kam es dem Komponisten nicht mehr darauf an, dass seine Musik im Zusammenhang mit einer Theateraufführung erklingen sollte und er schrieb so eine der frühesten und bis heute beliebtesten Konzertouvertüren der Musikgeschichte
Ludwig van Beethoven. Description by Robert Cummings. Shakespeare's Coriolanus was not the direct inspiration for Beethoven's overture of the same name; instead, the work was written to accompany Heinrich Joseph von Collin's all-but-forgotten drama Coriolan, which was revived in Vienna's Burgtheater in 1807. Arturo Toscanini Conducts Beethoven. 300. Beethoven Masterpieces, Vol. 4. Capriccio Records. Beethoven, Mozart: Famous Overtures. Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Op62; Symphony in Ef No3, Op55. Excelsior Recordings. Beethoven: Coriolano Ouverture; Sinfonias Nos. 7 & 4. Concerto.
A taut sonata form, the Coriolan Overture musically describes the full tragedy in just eight minutes. It is cast in a significant key for Beethoven: C minor, which Michael Steinberg calls his clenched-fist key; it also colored other heroic works, notably his Fifth Symphony. Three massive C's exploding into violent chords open the piece; they are separated by dramatic pauses, which will be an important element throughout. Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, opus 28 Camille Saint-Saëns (b. 1835, Paris, France; d. 1921, Algiers, Algeria) Over the course of his long (he lived to be 86) and prolific life, Camille Saint-Saëns became the dominant figure in French music during the late Romantic age and developed a conservative style and taste that made success harder for his more progressive colleagues.
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven. Conductor – Arturo Toscanini. Orchestra – NBC Symphony Orchestra.
Title: La Flute Enchantee / Coriolan ( Opus 62 )
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