Ernst Krenek, Radio-Philharmonie Hannover Des NDR, Takao Ukigaya, Alun Francis - Complete Symphonies mp3 flac
Alun Francis, Takao Ukigaya, NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. Ernst Krenek: Complete Symphonies.
Ernst Krenek (1900-1991): Sinfonia . o. (1921) - Radio-Philharmonie Hannover des NDR diretta da Takao Ukigaya - Vivace-Lento - Allegro co. .
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119 Radio-Philharmonie Hannover des NDR, Takao Ukigaya. Krenek, Takao Ukigaya. Label : CPO Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Ernst Krenek Symphony N., O. Symphony N., Op. 119. Radio-Philharmonie Hannover des NDR, Takao Ukigaya.
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Symphony No. 1 Op. 7. Radio-Philharmonie Hannover des NDR. Takao Ukigaya, conudctor, conductor.
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NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover conducted by Alun Francis (Sym and Takao Ukigaya (Sym & 5). Mere months after fleeing Europe for the United States, the composer Ernst Krenek visited the home of George Washington in Mount Vernon. I was moved to tears hearing the tolling of the bell on a gunboat that passed by way down on the Potomac, he wrote. Krenek’s five symphonies mirror the complexities of his persona and the upheavals of his life. His First Symphony premiered in Berlin in 1921, heard by Wassily Kandinsky and Walter Gropius; his Fifth was premiered in 1950 by the Albuquerque Civic Symphony, and heard by, well, the residents of New Mexico. In his early twenties, having relocated from Vienna to Berlin to follow his teacher Franz Schreker, Krenek composed his first three symphonies.
|1-1||Symphony No. 1, Op. 7||30:38|
|1-2||Symphony No. 5||22:23|
|2||Symphony No. 2, Op. 12||57:28|
|3-1||Symphony No. 3, Op. 16||43:34|
|3-2||Potpourri Op. 54||16:41|
|4-1||Symphony No. 4, Op 113||30:26|
|4-2||Concerto Grosso Op. 25,2||26:52|
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