Brahms, Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran - Symphony No.4 In E Minor mp3 album
Title: Symphony No.4 In E Minor
Date of release: 1974
Size MP3: 1850 mb
Size FLAC: 1297 mb
Format: MMF DMF MPC XM MP1 WMA MP2
The Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98 by Johannes Brahms is the last of his symphonies. Brahms began working on the piece in Mürzzuschlag, then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1884, just a year after completing his Symphony No. 3. It was premiered on October 25, 1885 in Meiningen, Germany.
Liner Notes – Burnett James. Orchestra – Hallé Orchestra. Sir John Barbirolli, Johannes Brahms, Hallé Orchestra. Sir John Barbirolli, Johannes Brahms, Hallé Orchestra - Symphony No. 4 (CD, RM). PRT. PVCD 8391.
Holst; Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran. Symphony No 5 in D Minor, Opus 47. Shostakovich; Hallé Orchestra. Symphony n. in A-flat, op. 55. Elgar; Halle Orchestra, James Judd. Symphony no. 1, Cockaigne Overture. Sir Edward Elgar; Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran, Philharmonia Orchestra, Owain Arwel Hughes. Piano Concerto no. 1, op. 15. Johannes Brahms; Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran, John Lill. 83. Johannes Brahms; John Lill, Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran. 2 in E-flat, op. 63, Sospiri, Elegy. Elgar; Hallé Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli.
Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68, is a symphony written by Johannes Brahms. Brahms spent at least fourteen years completing this work, whose sketches date from 1854. Brahms himself declared that the symphony, from sketches to finishing touches, took 21 years, from 1855 to 1876. The premiere of this symphony, conducted by the composer's friend Felix Otto Dessoff, occurred on 4 November 1876, in Karlsruhe, then in the Grand Duchy of Baden. A typical performance lasts between 45 and 50 minutes.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Brahms: Symphony N. In E Minor, O. 8 - 1. Allegro non troppo. 2. 8 - 2. Andante moderato. The precision that Kleiber exacts from the orchestra is uncanny. Of course, Kleiber never ignores the opportunity to expose drama, and he finds plenty in this particular symphony. And there is plenty of lyricism in this symphony.
Performers: John Lill, piano Hallé Orchestra (The Hallé) James Loughran, conductor. Despite a career spanning more than 50 years and a gold medal at the Tchaikovsky Piano Competition (among others), pianist John Lill may be an artist sadly missing from many CD collections. Heralded as an intellectual musician, his approach to the instrument is decidedly academic and straightforward. Lill's performance of both of the Brahms concertos is quite stunning, and his knowledge of Brahms' compositions overall and the concertos' place among his oeuvre is immediately discernible. The Second Concerto, in particular, is powerful without being harsh, sensitive without being sappy, and energetic without being rushed. This titan of a piece is made to seem easy and second-nature. Surprisingly, the Hallé Orchestra does not match Lill's level of energy or clarity.
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Love his symphony no 4 as I do most of his works. Like the first movement best with the gentle introduction. Favourite recording, Riccardo Muti and Philadelphia Orchestra. Highwayman liked this post. My childhood orchestra was the BSO under Leinsdorf, and although he drove a lot of people crazy, his Fourth is actually interpretively very good (although Klemperer's scherzo with its subtle luftpausen is remarkably effective). One of Leinsdorf's quirky theories that works is that each of the variations in the last movement should occupy the same length of time (except the slow ones, which should be twice as long). It's the only symphony by him where the 4 movements convince me completely. The development of the ideas in the 1st and 4th movements never cease to amaze me.
|Symphony No.4 In E Minor, Op.98|
|1st Movement: Allegro Non Troppo|
|2nd Movement: Andante Moderato|
|3rd Movement: Allegro Giocoso|
|4th Movement: Allegro Energico E Passionato|
|CFP 40084||Brahms*, Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran||Brahms*, Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran - Symphony No.4 In E Minor (LP)||Classics For Pleasure||CFP 40084||UK||1974|
|CFP 40084||Brahms* - Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran||Brahms* - Hallé Orchestra, James Loughran - Symphony No.4 In E Minor (LP)||Classics For Pleasure||CFP 40084||UK||1974|