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LISZT, F.: Symphonic Poems (Complete) (The Sound of Weimar 1-5) (Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

LISZT, F.: Symphonic Poems (Complete) (The Sound of Weimar 1-5) (Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Vienna Academy Orchestra


Haselbock, Martin


Martin Haselbock

Conductor

Chorus Sine Nomine, Women singers



Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 314:39
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LISZT, F.: Symphonic Poems (Complete) (The Sound of Weimar 1-5) (Vienna Academy Orchestra, Haselbock)

     
     
 

FRANZ LISZT



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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

4 

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

15:09
     
     
     


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1 

Les Preludes, S97/R414

15:35
     
2 

Orpheus, S98/R415

10:27
     
3 

Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (What is Heard on the Mountain), S95/R412

30:12
     
     
     


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1 

Hunnenschlacht, S105/R422

16:12
     
2 

Hungaria, S103/R420

22:53
     
3 

Mazeppa, S100/R417

18:33
     
     
     


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1 

Tasso: lamento e trionfo, S96/R413

20:41
     
2 

3 Odes funebres, S112/R429

11:45
     
3 

Heroide Funebre, S102/R419

17:56
     
4 

Die Ideale, S106/R423

28:34
     
     
     


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1 

Prometheus, S99/R416

13:41
     
2 

Festklange, S101/R418

19:17
     
3 

Hamlet, S104/R421

14:19
     
 

Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe, S107/R424

 
4 I. Die Wiege 4:58
     
5 II. Der Kampf ums Dasein 3:35
     
6 III. Zum Grabe, die Wiege des zukunftigen Lebens 6:55
     
 Martin Haselbock Conductor
 Haselbock, Martin


The original sound of Liszt’s orchestral works
 
For the project “The Sound of Weimar” Liszt expert Martin Haselböck deployed the orchestra Wiener Akademie in exactly the size adopted for the original performances given by the Weimar Hofkapelle, and for the recordings made use of instruments that had either been played in concerts conducted by Franz Liszt himself or that were faithful copies of such instruments.
When the earliest CDs of the series appeared they were immediately described in such terms as “definitive recording”, “exemplary editions”, “a resounding success” or “a tonal phenomenon”. The reasons for the sound quality so produced lay not merely in the size of the orchestra but also, as Haselböck says, “in contrast to the modern orchestra the original romantic sound is characterised by deep, velvet warmth of tone and by the possibility of creating subtle gradations in dynamics and articulation”. Doubtless Haselböck’s experience when making his complete recordings of the composer’s organ works, also produced by NCA, was of significance in his search for the ideal sound quality.
In addition to the symphonic poems this special edition also includes the Dante symphony, a work that was also composed at Weimar and Evocation à la Chapelle Sixtine. 
 
Not only did vols. 1,2,3 and 4 of the series win the International F. Liszt Record Grand Prix in 2011 and 2012, but vol. 2 recently received the Jun-Tokusen award (critic’s recommendation) from the Japanese magazine Record Geijutsu, and vol. 1 was awarded the Pasticcio prize given by Austrian Radio. Moreover, several radio stations presented the series of recordings as “CD of the week” on numerous occasions.
 
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