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LISZT, F: Dante Symphony / A la Chapelle Sixtine (The Sound of Weimar 1) (Chorus Sine Nomine, Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

LISZT, F: Dante Symphony / A la Chapelle Sixtine (The Sound of Weimar 1) (Chorus Sine Nomine, Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

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release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Vienna Academy Orchestra


Haselbock, Martin


Martin Haselbock

Conductor

Chorus Sine Nomine, Women singers



Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 59:06
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LISZT, F: Dante Symphony / A la Chapelle Sixtine (The Sound of Weimar 1) (Chorus Sine Nomine, Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

     
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FRANZ LISZT

 

Eine Symphonie zu Dantes Divina Commedia, S109/R426, "Dante Symphony"

 
1 I. Inferno 20:49
     
2 II. Purgatorio - 16:41
     
 

BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT

3 II. Magnificat 6:27
     
 

FRANZ LISZT

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A la Chapelle Sixtine (Miserere d'Allegri et Ave verum corpus de Mozart), S360/R445

15:09
     
 Martin Haselbock Conductor
 Haselbock, Martin


The Sound Of Weimar: Liszt‘s orchestral works in the original sound 
 
Music lovers already know that Franz Liszt‘s orchestral works are at least as popular as his world famous piano compositions.
The internationally renowned Austrian conductor Martin Haselböck releases this album to coincide with the anniversary of Franz Liszt‘s 200th Birthday, the recording includes two of Liszt’s orchestral works, played on original instruments of the 19th Century. These two orchestral works “A symphony orchestra works by Dante‘s Divina Commedia” and “Evocation à la Chapelle Sistine” were brilliantly interpreted by the Vienna Academy Orchestra and the Concert Choir Chorus Sine Nomine.
 
Due to the complex production processes and the use of original instruments, a very authentic sound was created. Thus the listener is able to immerse himself more easily into the period of the 19th Century and the expectations of this composition have been met.
 
In addition to this release, the orchestral project “The Sound of Weimar” includes all orchestral works of Franz Liszt in the original orchestration of the live premieres in Weimar at Austrian Liszt Raiding center and it will be played under the baton of Martin Haselböck from 2011 to 2012 in seven concerts.
 
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