Tchaikovsky, Wilhelm Furtwangler Conducting The RAI-Rome Orchestra - Symphony No. 5 album FLAC
Conductor – Wilhelm Furtwängler. Orchestra – Orchestra Sinfonica Di Roma Della RAI. Notes. Recorded in Rome on January 10, 1952. c) 1974 Olympic Records. In James Leonard's view, Furtwangler in Rome makes Beethoven 6th notably sensitive, colorful, and lyrical than in the more familiar terrain of Vienna and Berlin. In the recording there is in the first minute an unusual drop in pitch for a fraction of a second, must have been an engineering error. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Front of sleeve has "Vth Symphony", while the spine has the more conventional "Symphony No. 5". Australian WRC 2nd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Mono and stereo versions have an identical sleeve and the same number on the back (TE 505) - the mono version has "TE-505" on beige 'strobe' labels, while the stereo has "STE-505" on green 'strobe' labels. The stereo was issued with a small "S" sticker on the front of the sleeve. Flipback sleeve with rounded edges on foldover.
Singer: Beethoven Title: Symphony No. 5 Label: Olympic Records – 8126, Olympic Records – OL-8126 Series: The Classical Collection – Type: Vinyl, LP Country: US Date of released: 1974 Category: Classical Style: Classical. Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 MP3 version. 1333 downloads at 15 mb/s. 5 FLAC version. 1509 downloads at 11 mb/s. Symphony No. 5. A1. 1st Movement - Allegro Con Brio. Tchaikovsky, Wilhelm Furtwangler Conducting The RAI-Rome Orchestra - Symphony No. 5 (LP). Olympic Records, Olympic Records. Beethoven, Wilhelm Furtwangler, The RAI-Rome Orchestra - Symphony No. 5 download free mp3, flac Beethoven - Wilhelm Furtwängler - Wiener Philharmoniker - Sinfonia . "Pas. Wilhelm Furtwängler Conducting Berliner Philharmoniker, Beethoven, Bruckne.
Wilhelm Furtwangler Conducts Beethoven's Symphony No. 9. Ernst Haefliger. Wilhelm Furtwangler: The Great EMI Recordings. Bruckner: Symphony N., Symphony N. - Adagio. It happened when a friend of mine let me listen to a vinyl recording of Furtwangler conducting Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Of course I was familar with the fifth, (who isn't?), having heard countless recordings of it by then. But this one was unlike any of the others. Right from the opening phrase, the timing was somehow different - some notes seemed to be held too long - others seemed to be cut off too soon. But the live performances on this album are electrifying, and for the same reasons. Furtwangler was a great conductor in the studio, but when you put him in front of a live audience, something astonishing happened.
CD 64 - Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 5 - RAI Orchestra of Torino - 06/06/1952 - Smetana - Die Moldau (Vltava) - Vienna Philharmonic 01/24/1951 SOUND: Mediocre on the Tchaikovsky - a record transfer with both noise and noise control. The Smetana sounds brilliant and multidimensional, I really love this except from "Ma Vlast" with the extensive quotes from the Rheingold Vorspiel . CD 103 - Furtwangler - Symphonic Concerto for Piano and Orchestra - Edwin Fischer piano, Berlin Philharmonic 01/19/1939 SOUND: Noise control has done an excellent job in both controlling the noise and sucking all brightness out of the recording. Not at all bad for 1939, but definitely noise control run amok.
Vendor: Furtwangler Sound. Description: Title: Bruckner 5th Symphony Artist(s): Wilhelm Furtwängler & The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Recording Info: Philharmonie, Berlin - October 25-28, 1942. Mahler Symphony No. 2 - Georg Solti London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (Pure DSD). Cootie Williams in Stereo - Cootie Williams on Trumpet and his Orchestra (Pure DSD). John Coltrane Quartet Ballads.
Tchaikovsky, Furtwangler, Berlin Philharmonic, 78rpm. TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74, "Pathétique". Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Wilhelm Furtwängler, conductor. I. Adagio - Allegro non troppo II. Allegro con grazia III. Allegro molto vivace IV. Finale: Adagio lamentoso. Victor 78rpm Album DM 553 (032549 - 032560) Recorded October-November 1938, Beethovensaal, Berlin Digital transfer by F. Reeder. External metadata update. 2019-04-16T17:22:14Z.
|Symphony No. 5, In E Minor, Op. 64|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Olympic Records
- Composed By – Tchaikovsky*
- Conductor – Wilhelm Furtwangler*
- Orchestra – RAI-Rome Orchestra, The*
NotesLive Recording fro 1952.
℗ 1975 Olympic Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A-side): OL-8137 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B-side): OL-8137 B