• CCS42019 Katalognummer
  • 723385420194 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2019 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy

Dirigent
Tien, Arjan (Major)

Komponist
Strauss, Richard | Beethoven, Ludwig van | Mendelssohn, Felix | Bruckner, Anton | Hindemith, Paul | Schönberg, Arnold | Weill, Kurt

Ensemble
Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy

Sjanger
Janitsjar

Plateselskap
Channel Classics

Sporliste

RICHARD STRAUSS (1864 - 1949)
1 VARIATIONS ON 'WILHELM VON ORANIEN’

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770 - 1827)
2 MARCH IN C MAJOR FOR MILITARY BAND, WOO 20

FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY (1809 - 1847)
3 NOCTURNO IN C, OPUS 24

ANTON BRUCKNER (1824 - 1896)
4 MILITARY MARCH IN E-FLAT MAJOR, WAB 116

PAUL HINDEMITH (1895 - 1963)
SYMPHONY IN B FLAT FOR CONCERT BAND
5 MODERATELY FAST, WITH VIGOR
6 ANDANTINO GRAZIOSO - FAST AND GAY
7 FUGUE

ARNOLD SCHONBERG (1874 – 1951)
THEME AND VARIATIONS FOR WIND BAND, OPUS 43A
8 THEME – 7 VARIATIONS – FINALE

KURT WEILL (1900 - 1950)
LITTLE THREE-PENNY-OPERA FOR SYMPHONIC WINDS
9 OVERTURE
10 BALLAD OF MACK THE KNIFE
11 INSTEAD-OF SONG
12 BALLAD OF THE EASY LIFE
13 POLLYS LIED
14 TANGO-BALLADE
15 ARMY SONG
16 DREIGROSCHEN-FINALE

TOTAL TIME: 72.29

Produktbeskrivelse

Embarking on a series of recordings of classical originals for symphonic wind band is an adventurous quest. We decided to compile German-Austrian gems on this second volume, illustrating the development and expansion of the symphonic wind band of nearly one and a half century: from Beethoven (1810) to Hindemith (1951).

Richard Strauss composed “Variationen über ‘Wilhelm von Oranien’ “ in 1892. The former principal conductor of the Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy, major Pieter Jansen, rediscovered this work in the archives of the Royal House of the Netherlands in 1999. It became our National Anthem in 1932, but the melody dates back to at least 1572. Another work on this CD that was published only twenty years ago is the beautiful and virtuosic Nocturne by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Two marches by composers no less than Beethoven and Bruckner, should naturally be included on a CD by a military band, representing a different and lesser-known part of their repertoire.

We conclude our journey with three twentieth century German-Austrian giants: Paul Hindemith, Arnold Schönberg and Kurt Weill. Interestingly, their works on this album were all composed in the United States, where all three of them spent time during the course of their careers. - Arjan Tien

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