• SU41402 Katalognummer
  • 099925414023 EAN
  • 5CD Format
  • 2013 Utgivelsesår

Various Artists | Sawallisch, Wolfgang

Sawallisch, Wolfgang

Suk, Josef (violin) | Jindrák, Jindř | ich (baritone) | etc.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus | Beethoven, Ludwig van | Mendelssohn, Felix | Janáč | ek, Leoš | Martinů | , Bohuslav | Dvoř | ák, Antonín | Eben, Petr

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Prague Philharmonic Chorus




CD 1

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Symphony No. 41 in C major "Jupiter", K. 551:
1.         Allegro vivace     11:03
2.         Andante cantabile     08:27
3.         Menuetto. Allegretto     04:54
4.         Finale. Molto allegro     08:52

5.         Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E Major, K. 261     08:06

Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550:
6.         Allegro molto     06:55
7.         Andante     08:01
8.         Menuetto. Allegretto     04:33
9.         Finale. Allegro assai     10:08

CD 2

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21:
1.         Adagio molto. Allegro con brio     09:26
2.         Andante cantabile con moto     06:45
3.         Menuetto. Allegro molto e vivace     03:35
4.         Adagio. Allegro molto e vivace     06:27

Symphony No. 6 in F major "Pastoral", Op. 68:
5.         I. Awakening of cheerful feelings upon arrival in the country. Allegro ma non troppo     11:38
6.         II. Scene by the brook. Andante molto mosso     12:21
7.         III. Merry gathering of country folk. Allegro     05:14
8.         IV. Thunderstorm. Allegro     03:42
9.         V. Shepherds' song. Happy and thankful feelings after the storm . Allegretto     09:51

CD 3

Felix Mendelssohn:
Symphony No. 2 in B flat major '"Lobgesang'", Op. 52:
1.         I. Sinfonia - Maestoso con moto - Allegro     12:18
2.         I. Sinfonia - Allegretto un poco agitato     04:43
3.         I. Sinfonia - Adagio religioso     06:57
4.         II. Alles was Odem hat - Lobe den Herrn meine Seele     06:51
5.         III. Recitative: Saget es, die ihr erlöst seid - Er zählet unsre Tränen     02:35
6.         IV. Sagt es, die ihr erlöset seid     02:02
7.         V. Ich harrete des Herrn     05:16
8.         VI. Stricke des Todes hatten uns umfangen - Die Nacht ist vergangen     03:52
9.         VII. Die Nacht ist vergangen     04:50
10.         VIII. Chorale: Nun danket alle Gott     04:47
11.         IX. Drum sing' ich mit meinem Liede     04:19
12.         X. Ihr Völker! bringet her dem Herrn     06:46

CD 4

Leoš Janáček:
Glagolitic Mass for Chorus, Soloists, Orchestra and Organ after an Old Slavonic Text:
1.         I. Introitus     03:10
2.         II. Kyrie eleison     03:31
3.         III. Gloria     06:58
4.         IV. Credo     11:53
5.         V. Sanctus     06:11
6.         VI. Agnus Dei     04:38
7.         VII. Postludium     02:55
8.         VIII. Intrada     02:50

Bohuslav Martinů:
9.         Field Mass. Cantata for Baritone, Male Chorus and Orchestra, H. 279     26:45

CD 5

Antonín Dvořák:
1.         Nature, Life and Love. A Cycle of Concert Overtures, Op. 91, B.168     14:30

Bohuslav Martinů:
Symphony No. 4, H. 305:
2.         Poco moderato     07:03
3.         Scherzo. Allegro vivo     09:07
4.         Largo     09:44
5.         Poco allegro     07:27

Petr Eben:
6.         Prague nocturno     17:34

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Wolfgang Sawallisch (26.8.1923-22.2.2013) debuted at the age of thirty with the Berliner Philharmoniker and four years later in Bayreuth. He led the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande for ten years and subsequently the Bavarian State Opera for over two decades (1971-92). During his tenure in Munich, Sawallisch was a frequent and extremely popular guest of the Czech Philharmonic. This compilation presents a selection of the recordings that were the fruit of the co-operation between the conductor and the orchestra. Sawallisch's programmes in Prague repeatedly included - perhaps surprisingly - pieces by Mozart and Beethoven, as well as major works by Czech composers (Smetana, Janáček, Martinů, Kalabis, Eben, etc.). He made for Supraphon the still unequalled recordings of Dvořák's Requiem and Stabat mater. Sawallisch's relationship to Czech music is probably best described by the following quotation from a contemporary review: "He apprehends and interprets music by Czech composers as though he himself had been brought up in their language." The precious Czech Radio live recordings are released by Supraphon for the very first time to mark the 90th anniversary of the late conductor's birth.

Previously unreleased Prague footprints of the modest maestro Wolfgang Sawallisch.


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