• PH19055 Katalognummer
  • 0881488190557 EAN
  • 5CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Dresden Staatskapelle | Sinopoli, Giuseppe

Sinopoli, Giuseppe | Ruzicka, Peter (conductor) | Sylvain Cambreling (conductor)

Vogler, Kai (violin) | Bruns, Peter (cello) | Banze, Juliane (soprano) | Ruzicka, Peter (conductor) | Sylvain Cambreling (conductor)

Weber, Carl Maria von | Strauss, Richard | Wagner, Richard | Liszt, Franz | Sinopoli, Giuseppe | Schumann, Robert | Mahler, Gustav

Dresden Staatskapelle



Weber, Carl Maria von: Oberon, J 306: Ouverture
Strauss, Richard: Ein Heldenleben op. 40 - Kai Vogler (violin)
Wagner, Richard: Rienzi: Overture
Liszt, Franz: Orpheus, S 98
Sinopoli, Giuseppe: Pour un livre à Venise: II. Hommage à Coszanzo Porta -  Sylvain Cambreling (conductor)
Tombeau d'Armor III for cello & orchestra - Peter Bruns (cello) / Sylvain Cambreling (conductor)
Sinopoli, Giuseppe: Lou Salome (Symphonic fragment) - Peter Ruzicka (conductor)
Schumann, Robert: Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 120
Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No. 9 in D major
Strauss, Richard: Tod und Verklärung,  op. 24
Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No. 4 in G major - Juliane Banze (soprano)
Bonus: Giuseppe Sinopoli speaks on Mahlers Symphony No. 4

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Born in Venice in 1946, he studied music, medicine and archaeology. He qualified as a medical doctor but then trained as a conductor under Hans Swarowsky in Vienna. He was appointed a lecturer in contemporary and electronic music in Venice in 1972. His international musical career began with a variety of compositional activities (chamber and orchestral music, premiere of the opera Lou Salome in Munich in 1981). His conducting career took off in the mid-1970s with opera productions and performances at the major opera houses of the world including Vienna, London, New York, Milan, Florence, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Dresden. Sinopoli performed and recorded with the great orchestras of Europe and America and made guest appearances in Vienna with the Philharmonic and the State Opera, in Milan at La Scala and in Japan. From 1983 to 1987 he was principal conductor of the orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. From 1984 he was principal conductor, and from 1987 to 1994 music director, of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London. He was a Bayreuth Festival conductor from 1985 to 2000. Giuseppe Sinopoli began working with the Dresden Staatskapelle in 1987, and was its principal conductor from 1992 to 2001. He was appointed designated GMD of the Saxonian State Opera from 2003. He made numerous award-winning recordings and toured Europe, North America and the Far East with the Staatskapelle. Giuseppe Sinopoli died in Berlin in 2001.


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