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LIVING CONCERT SERIES - STRAUSS, R.: Don Quixote (Duisburger Philharmoniker, Darlington)

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release date: November 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013


Duisburger Philharmoniker


Jonathan Darlington


Mathias Feger


Friedemann Pardall



Philharmonie Mercatorhalle Duisburg, Germany


Record Label
Acousence Classics


Orchestral & Concertos


Total Time - 41:32
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LIVING CONCERT SERIES - STRAUSS, R.: Don Quixote (Duisburger Philharmoniker, Darlington)

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Don Quixote, Op. 35, TrV 184

1 Introduction 06:20
2 Theme: Don Quixote, the Knight of the Sorrowful Countenance 02:05
3 Variation 1: Das Abenteur mit den Windmuhlen 02:26
4 Variation 2: Der Kampf gegen die Hammelherde 01:40
5 Variation 3: Gesprache zwischen Ritter und Knappe 07:52
6 Variation 4: Das Abenteur mit der Prozession von Bussern 01:57
7 Variation 5: Don Quixotes Wacht in der Sommernacht 04:28
8 Variation 6: Die verzauberte Dulzinea 01:10
9 Variation 7: Der Ritt durch die Luft 01:05
10 Variation 8: Die Fahrt auf dem verzauberten Nachen [Barcarolle] 02:01
11 Variation 9: Der Kampf gegen die vermeintlichen Zauberer: der Angriff auf die Monche 01:13
12 Variation 10: Zweikampf mit dem Ritter vom blanken Monde; Heimkehr des geschlagenen Don Quixote 04:10
13 Finale: Don Quixotes Tod 05:05
 Mathias Feger Soloist
 Friedemann Pardall Soloist
 Jonathan Darlington Conductor

In one great dramatic arc … appealing and valuable

In Vol. 20 of our LIVING CONCERT SERIES, Jonathan Darlington and the Duisburg Philharmonic again show their special feel for the colour of sound and orchestral balance. In one great dramatic arc, Darlington leads them through the idealized dream world lived out by and inevitably the downfall of the story’s hero Don Quixote. But the work is more than a symphonic tone poem and programme music, more than a set of variations and due to the presentation two solo instruments, more than a symphonic concerto. It is the combination of these elements which makes "Don Quixote" so incredibly appealing and valuable.

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