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BRAHMS, J.: Symphony No. 1 / MARTINU, B.: Symphony No. 4 (Stuttgart Radio Symphony, Tennstedt)

BRAHMS, J.: Symphony No. 1 / MARTINU, B.: Symphony No. 4 (Stuttgart Radio Symphony, Tennstedt)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra


Tennstedt, Klaus


Klaus Tennstedt

Conductor

Venue:

Funkstudio Villa Berg des SDR Stuttgart


Stadttheater, Goppingen



Record Label
ICA Classics

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 76:49
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BRAHMS, J.: Symphony No. 1 / MARTINU, B.: Symphony No. 4 (Stuttgart Radio Symphony, Tennstedt)

     
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JOHANNES BRAHMS

 

Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68

 
1 I. Un poco sostenuto - Allegro 13:10
     
2 II. Andante sostenuto 9:07
     
3 III. Un poco allegretto e grazioso 4:34
     
4 IV. Adagio - Piu andante - Allegro non troppo ma con brio 16:51
     
 

BOHUSLAV MARTINU

 

Symphony No. 4, H. 305

 
5 I. Poco moderato 6:49
     
6 II. Allegro vivo - Trio: Moderato - Allegro vivo 8:55
     
7 III. Largo 10:21
     
8 IV. Poco allegro 7:02
     
 Klaus Tennstedt Conductor
 Tennstedt, Klaus


These two performances featuring Klaus Tennstedt (1926–1998) and the Stuttgart RSO were separated by only forty-one months, and yet Tennstedt’s life changed dramatically during this short period. In 1971 he escaped from the German Democratic Republic, and by 1976 he was established in both Europe and in the United States as a master of the core Austro-German repertoire. The Martinu is a new addition to Tennstedt’s discography, highlighting the work of this lesser-known but very important composer (a set of the complete Martinu Symphonies won a Gramophone Award in 2012). The live 1976 concert performance from Göppingen of Brahms’s Symphony No.1 demonstrates Tennstedt’s great affinity with this symphony in a dramatic and urgent reading. This is the first release of this material outside Japan. This recording marks a new and exciting relationship between ICA Classics and the SWR in Stuttgart.

                            ***/****  Good/Excellent

Giuseppe Rossi - Musica magazine - April 2013


               Performance  ****         Recording *** 

"...Tennstedt’s performance is filled with volatility and insight ..."

David Breckbill - BBC Music magazine - May 2013


                  ***** - Very Good 

Rémy Franck - Pizzicato magazine - April 2013




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