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Beethoven, Solomon - The Emperor Concerto Musikalbum


Darsteller: Beethoven, Solomon
Genre: Klassische Musik
Titel: The Emperor Concerto
Land: UK
Stil: Classical
Etikett: His Master's Voice
Katalognummer: ALP 1300, ALP.1300
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 1231 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 1584 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 1932 mb
Bewertung: 4.7
Abstimmungen: 855

Trackliste

1Second Movement: Adagio Un Poco Mosso
2First Movement: Allegro
3Third Movement: Rondo (Allegro- Più Allegro)

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ALP 1300, ALP.1300Beethoven, Solomon Beethoven, Solomon - The Emperor Concerto ‎(LP, Mono)His Master's Voice, His Master's VoiceALP 1300, ALP.1300UKUnknown
JALP 1300Beethoven, Solomon , With The Philharmonia Orchestra , Conducted By Herbert Menges Beethoven, Solomon , With The Philharmonia Orchestra , Conducted By Herbert Menges - The Emperor Concerto ‎(LP, Mono)His Master's VoiceJALP 1300South AfricaUnknown
HTA 21Beethoven - Solomon , Herbert Menges, The Philharmonia Orchestra Beethoven - Solomon , Herbert Menges, The Philharmonia Orchestra - Concerto No. 5 In E Flat Major, Op. 73 ("Emperor") ‎(Reel, 2tr Mono, 5" Reel, Album)His Master's VoiceHTA 21UKUnknown
60298Beethoven, Solomon Beethoven, Solomon - The Emperor Concerto ‎(LP, Mono)Seraphim60298USUnknown
OALP.1300, OALP 1300Beethoven, Solomon Beethoven, Solomon - The Emperor Concerto ‎(LP, Mono)His Master's Voice, His Master's VoiceOALP.1300, OALP 1300AustraliaUnknown

Credits

  • Composed ByBeethoven
  • ConductorHerbert Menges
  • OrchestraThe Philharmonia Orchestra
  • PianoSolomon

Hinweise

Beethoven
Concerto No.5 In E-Flat, Op.73 ("Emperor")
This edition has the Nipper logo in the centre of the rear sleeve.

Another version has this logo on the left

Gold text on red label.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: 2XEA.775
  • Matrix / Runout: 2XEA.776

Unternehmen

  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Record Company – E.M.I. Records Limited

Video

Album

Concerto No. 5 In E-Flat, A First Movement: Allegro 0:00 B1 Second Movement: Adagio Un Poco Mosso 19:14 B2 Third Movement: Rondo Allegro- Più. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperor And Choral Fantasy. The Complete Orchestral Works of Beethoven Vol. 12 - Thomas Dausgaard, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Boris Berezovsky. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Piano Concerto No. 5 in E major, Op. 73, by Ludwig van Beethoven, popularly known as the Emperor Concerto, was his last completed piano concerto. It was written between 1809 and 1811 in Vienna, and was dedicated to Archduke Rudolf, Beethoven's patron and pupil. The first performance took place on 13 January 1811 at the Palace of Prince Joseph Lobkowitz in Vienna, with Archduke Rudolf as the soloist, followed by a public concert on 28 November 1811 at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig under conductor. The Emperor Concerto. Audio Preview. Preparing Enhanced Music Player. lp the-emperor-concerto ludwig-van-beethoven-solomon. ark:13960t4gn69t5z. IN COLLECTIONS. Album Recordings. Boston Public Library Vinyl LP Collection. Music, Arts & Culture. 5 - Arthur Rubinstein, Symphony of the Air, Ludwig van Beethoven. Solomon Artist, Beethoven Composer, Herbert Menges Conductor, The Philhamonia Orchestra Orchestra & 1 more Format: Audio Cassette. Beethovens Piano Concerto No. 5 seems inseparable from its nickname, the Emperor. Its invention has been attributed to one Johann Baptist Cramer, a pianist, composer and publisher based in London who was friendly with Beethoven and probably knew the value of good marketing. Beethoven began composing his Emperor Concerto in 1809, while Vienna was under invasion from Napoleons forces for the second time. In 1805 the French had left the city demoralised and its monarchy with only a rump of its former power. The title 'Emperor' seems to have stuck from the earliest performances of Beethovens music, although I doubt its a name hed have given to a concerto which has been described as the embodiment of Romantic conflict. A very real conflict certainly had an impact on Beethovens writing in 1809, but given the way we know Beethoven felt about the Emperor Napoleon, its hardly a title he would have chosen. There are a number of stories about how this, his fifth piano concerto, got its name - and I think the most plausible comes from the circumstances of its Viennese premiere. by Maynard Solomon. The Music and the Life by Lewis Lockwood. Beethoven: Music, Thought, Imagination by Maynard Solomon. as I Knew Him by Anton Felix Schindler. This concerto was finalized in 1809, about the same time as the famous sonata Appasionata op. The powerful themes and heroic note of the composition, lead to the name Emperor for this concerto. The name Emperor dates from Beethovens time but was not given by Beethoven himself. Since the composer had little regard for emperors, he would be unlikely to name one of his own works for a class of people he disliked