Winter is back! Reason enough to trace ice and snow into music history. Antonio Vivaldi actually froze – and as a result, according to degrees, the winter became more and more bleak.
Excerpts from the following recordings can be heard:
Franz Schubert: “Spring Dream” from “The Winter Journey”
Jonas Kaufmann – Helmut Deutsch (Sony)
Giacomo Puccini: The beginning of the third scene of “La Boheme”
Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan
Giacomo Puccini: Duet from Act 2 of “La fanciulla del West”
Eleonore Stieber, Mario del Monaco Orchestra of Maggio Music – Dimitri Mitropoulos (Regis)
Richard Wagner: Introduction to the Valkyrie Orchestra
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Knapperzbusch
Richard Strauss: Countess Dialogue and Countess Waldner from “Arabella”
Ira Malaniuk and Otto Edelmann – Wiener PhilharmonicGeorge Solti
Alban Berg: Beginning of Issue 1 of the op. “Altenberg-Lieder” 4
London Symphony Orchestra, Claudio Abbado
Hans and Haines: Interlude from “Elegy for Young Lovers”
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – HW Henzi
Georgy Sviridov: Waltz echo from “Blizzard”
Moscow Radio Orchestra – Vladimir Fedoseev
Label, unless otherwise noted: Universal
About the new podcast:
Music critic “Press” Wilhelm Sienkovic He introduces his favorite recordings and invites us to dig through his classical collection with him and delve into the mysteries of Mozart, Bach, Beethoven and others. Podcast for experts and beginners.
from now on Every Thursday On Presse and wherever there are podcasts.
Produced by: Wilhelm Sinkovicz / www.sinkothek.at
Audio finish: Georg Gfrerer / www.audio-funnel.com.
Editing/Pregnancy: Anna Wallner
Graphic: David Jablonski.
More podcasts from “Press” at DiePresse.com/Podcast
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