HERBERT VON KARAJAN Opera Intermezzi

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HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Opera Intermezzi

Werke von / Works by
Ciléa · Giordano · Leoncavallo
Mascagni · Massenet
Mussorgsky · Puccini
F. Schmidt · Verdi · Wolf-Ferrari
Wolfgang Meyer · Michel Schwalbé
Berliner Philharmoniker
Int. Release 01 Nov. 2007
1 CD / Download
CD ADD 0289 477 7163 0 GM
KARAJAN MASTER RECORDINGS


Lista de temas

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901)
La traviata

Act 3

1.
0:00
4:30

Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

Pietro Mascagni (1863 - 1945)
Cavalleria rusticana

Wolfgang Meyer, Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924)
Suor Angelica

Ruggiero Leoncavallo (1857 - 1919)
Pagliacci

Act 1

Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839 - 1881)
Khovanshchina

Act 4

Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924)
Manon Lescaut

Act 3

Franz Schmidt (1874 - 1939)
Notre Dame

Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912)
Thaïs

Acte Deux

Michel Schwalbé, Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

Umberto Giordano (1867 - 1948)
Fedora

Act 2

Francesco Cilèa (1866 - 1950)
Adriana Lecouvreur

Act 2

Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876 - 1948)
Der Schmuck der Madonna

3 Akt

Pietro Mascagni (1863 - 1945)
L'amico Fritz

Act 3

Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

Tiempo total de reproducción 50:10

[477 7156]: The burnished brilliance of the playing, the finely-spun lines and perfectly sculpted dramatic climaxes -- and Michael Schwalbe's violin solos -- altogether shows one of the greatest Straussian teams at its peak.
[477 7157]: The "Eroica" and No. 4 are potent reminders of the power and pace, the plush string sound and stunning brass . . .
[477 7161]: Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra . . . profits from the super-sophisticated sheen which by the mid-'60s also sustains Karajan's Debussy and Ravel . . . the colours of "La Mer" and "Daphnis" are very seductive.
[477 7163]: Karajan's collection of "Opera Intermezzi" is a real pleasure: fine-spun strings, verismo drama, and space to appreciate the delicate beauty of these gems, from Verdi to Mascagni.
[477 7164]: . . . genuinely moving . . .
[477 7165]: Youthful poise meets urbane sophistication, to the benefit of both, and also of Beethoven.
[073 4386]: You can watch the long line at work in the seamless cello melody of the Third's Poco allegretto -- no 'breaths' between phrases -- while the hard-hitting First and Fourth . . . always rhythmically well define, move naturally to their craggy peak.