Mozart: The Symphonies Vol. III (Remastered) Berliner Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
27.07.2018

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): Symphony No.17 in G, K.129:
  • 1Symphony No.17 in G, K.129: 1. Allegro04:58
  • 2Symphony No.17 in G, K.129: 2. Andante04:08
  • 3Symphony No.17 in G, K.129: 3. Allegro03:22
  • Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132:
  • 4Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132: 1. Allegro04:38
  • 5Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132: 2. Andante06:32
  • 6Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132: 3. Menuetto04:35
  • 7Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132: 4. Allegro04:30
  • 8Symphony No.19 in E flat, K.132: (Addendum: Andantino grazioso)03:57
  • Symphony No.20 in D, K.133:
  • 9Symphony No.20 in D, K.133: 1. Allegro05:53
  • 10Symphony No.20 in D, K.133: 2. Andante05:01
  • 11Symphony No.20 in D, K.133: 3. Menuetto03:56
  • 12Symphony No.20 in D, K.133: 4. Allegro04:33
  • Symphony No.21 in A, K.134:
  • 13Symphony No.21 in A, K.134: 1. Allegro05:43
  • 14Symphony No.21 in A, K.134: 2. Andante05:57
  • 15Symphony No.21 in A, K.134: 3. Menuetto03:51
  • 16Symphony No.21 in A, K.134: 4. Allegro04:30
  • Symphony No.22 in C, K.162:
  • 17Symphony No.22 in C, K.162: 1. Allegro assai03:45
  • 18Symphony No.22 in C, K.162: 2. Andantino grazioso03:38
  • 19Symphony No.22 in C, K.162: 3. Presto assai01:50
  • Symphony No.23 in D, K.181:
  • 20Symphony No.23 in D, K.181: 1. Allegro spirituoso05:31
  • 21Symphony No.23 in D, K.181: 2. Andantino03:15
  • 22Symphony No.23 in D, K.181: 3. Presto assai02:15
  • Symphony No.24 in B flat, K.182:
  • 23Symphony No.24 in B flat, K.182: 1. Allegro spiritoso04:29
  • 24Symphony No.24 in B flat, K.182: 2. Andantino grazioso03:22
  • 25Symphony No.24 in B flat, K.182: 3. Allegro02:04
  • Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183:
  • 26Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183: 1. Allegro con brio08:39
  • 27Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183: 2. Andante04:58
  • 28Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183: 3. Menuetto03:49
  • 29Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183: 4. Allegro06:36
  • Symphony No.27 in G, K.199:
  • 30Symphony No.27 in G, K.199: 1. Allegro05:00
  • 31Symphony No.27 in G, K.199: 2. Andantino grazioso06:49
  • 32Symphony No.27 in G, K.199: 3. Presto05:22
  • Total Runtime02:27:26

Info zu Mozart: The Symphonies Vol. III (Remastered)

Die HiRes-Edition "Karl Böhm - The Symphonies" beinhaltet ausgewählte Sinfonien von Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert und Brahms, die der große österreichische Dirigent zwischen 1959 und 1977 mit den Berliner und Wiener Philharmonikern aufgenommen hat.

„Du hast das Wissen, das Können, das Wollen und das Erreichen in Personalunion erlebt.“ Der große Herbert von Karajan sagte das in seiner Gratulationsrede zum 85. Geburtstag von Karl Böhm. Jener habe es zu der nach alter Zen-Weisheit höchsten Form der Meisterschaft gebracht, in der das Nichttun als Tun angesehen wird, weil die Ausübung der Kunst zur zweiten Natur geworden ist. Demnach müsse über Böhms Musizieren gesagt werden: „es musiziert“.

Der greise Karl Böhm mochte an den solchermaßen eigentlich hochverdienten Ruhestand angesichts der Lobesworte Karajans, gesprochen während einer Geburtstagsmatinee, der unter anderem auch Leonard Bernstein, James Levine, Edita Gruberova, Hermann Prey, José Carreras und Christa Ludwig beiwohnten, freilich längst noch nicht denken. Weiterhin rang er als Dirigent unermüdlich um neue Einsichten in die Meisterwerke der Klassik und Romantik, bis erst der Tod seinem Schaffen bei einer Probe für die "Elektra" am 14. August 1981 in Salzburg ein Ende setzte.

Hinter ihm lag ein langer Weg nach Art deutscher Kapellmeistertradition. Dieser führte ihn über Stationen als Korrepetitor am Opernhaus seiner Heimatstadt Graz, dritter Kapellmeister in München, Generalmusikdirektor in Darmstadt, Hamburg und Dresden sowie als Direktor der Wiener Staatsoper auf die Festspielbühnen von Salzburg und Bayreuth ebenso wie als Pultstar an die großen internationalen Häuser wie Met, Scala oder Covent Garden.

Bernstein schrieb, Böhm sei „Garant für eine Werktreue, an der man alle anderen Auffassungen messen muss“ und allen Kollegen darin voraus gewesen, viele Komponisten noch selbst gekannt und in Aufführungssfragen persönlich konsultiert zu haben. Alban Berg etwa schenkte ihm bei der Darmstädter Erstaufführung des "Wozzeck" im Jahr 1928 seinen Klavierauszug des Werks. Richard Strauss, Böhm in langjähriger Freundschaft innig zugeneigt, widmet ihm, der schon die Uraufführung der "Schweigsamen Frau" in Dresden geleitet hatte, die Oper "Daphne".

Strauss soll es auch gewesen, der Karl Böhm nachhaltig für Mozart erwärmte. „Vielleicht gerade dadurch, daß ich so spät zu Mozart gekommen bin, ist meine Liebe ins Unermeßliche gestiegen“, erklärte Böhm einmal. Die schwungvolle Leichtigkeit, strukturelle Ausgewogenheit und rhythmische Genauigkeit, für die er als Mozartdirigent gerühmt wird, kennzeichnen auch seine Interpretationen der Werke Strauss’, Schuberts, Brahms und Beethovens.

Die Leidenschaft für Mozart gipfelte in der ersten Gesamtaufnahme der Mozart-Symphonien überhaupt, realisiert in den 1960er Jahren für Deutsche Grammophon. Legendär und noch immer weithin für mustergültig erachtet, erscheint dieser Zyklus nun als einzelne Alben "Karl Böhm - The Symphonies", die den österreichischen Maestro als Symphoniker portraitiert. Den gewichtigen zweiten Teil der Edition bilden die Gesamteinspielungen der Symphonien von Schubert, Beethoven und Brahms. Karl Böhm fand für diese Aufnahmen zwei überragende und ihm rückhaltlos ergebene Klangkörper in den Wiener und Berliner Philharmonikern.

Berliner Philharmoniker
Karl Böhm, Dirigent

Digitally remastered

Info: wir bieten hier kein Box-Set an. Die einzelnen Alben Vol. 1 bis 4 stehen zum Erwerb zur Verfügung.




Sir Simon Rattle
born in Liverpool in 1955, assumed the post of chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker and artistic director of the Berliner Philharmonie in September 2002.

After studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London he took on various engagements in England and the USA, where he was principal guest conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1980 Simon Rattle was appointed principal conductor and artistic adviser of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO). He became the orchestra’s music director in 1990 and remained with the ensemble until 1998.

In addition to the CBSO, Simon Rattle continued to conduct leading orchestras in the USA and Europe, enjoying long-term collaborations with such ensembles as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic. In May 2002 he recorded the complete Beethoven symphonies with the Vienna Philharmonic and joined forces with Alfred Brendel to record a boxed set of the Beethoven piano concertos. Since October 1992 Simon Rattle has been principal guest conductor of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and artistic adviser to the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.

Since his operatic debut at the 1977 Glyndebourne Festival, Simon Rattle has continued to conduct opera regularly. He has appeared at opera houses in Paris, Amsterdam and London, and in January 2005 he was invited to the Wiener Staatsoper for the first time, where he conducted Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. In April 2008 he made his debut at the Staatsoper Berlin, conducting Claude Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande in a revival of the Ruth Berghaus production. In December 2010 he made his Metropolitan Opera New York debut with Pelléas et Mélisande.

Simon Rattle has led the Berliner Philharmoniker in staged productions of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fidelio, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes and Claude Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, Salome by Richard Strauss and George Bizet’s Carmen as well as a concert performance of Mozart’s Idomeneo at the Salzburg Easter Festival. Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen was presented at Salzburg in a co-production with the Aix-en-Provence Festival, beginning with Das Rheingold in 2007, followed by Die Walküre in 2008 and Siegfried in 2009, with Götterdämmerung completing the cycle in 2010.

Before being appointed chief conductor of the orchestra, Simon Rattle had already collaborated with the Berliner Philharmoniker over a period of 15 years. His conducting debut with the ensemble took place on 14 November 1987 with a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 6. He continued to lead the orchestra on a regular basis, conducting repertoire ranging from Jean-Philippe Rameau to world premieres.

Simon Rattle has an exclusive recording contract with EMI; together they have produced more than 70 recordings with the CBSO and other orchestras. He inspired the British television series Leaving Home (Channel 4), which brings 20th-century orchestral music to the general public. The series is also available in Germany on DVD and won an award in 1997. Rattle’s recording partnership with the Berliner Philharmoniker began with recordings of Franz Liszt’s Faust Symphony and Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 10 in Deryck Cooke’s performing version. These were followed by Arnold Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder and Mahler’s Fifth Symphony in 2002, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fidelio in 2003 and Olivier Messiaen’s Éclairs sur l’au-delà in 2004. In the same year, the Berliner Philharmoniker produced its first independent recording, Igor Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du printemps, which formed the soundtrack for the film Rhythm Is It! 2005 brought releases of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, a collection of orchestral songs by Benjamin Britten with Ian Bostridge and Antonín Dvořák’s symphonic poems. Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 in C major, Richard Strauss’s Ein Heldenleben and Der Bürger als Edelmann, Gustav Holst’s The Planets, with Colin Matthews’s Pluto and compositions on asteroids by Kaija Saariaho, Brett Dean, Matthias Pintscher and Mark-Anthony Turnage, were released in 2006, as well as a collaboration with Krystian Zimerman as soloist in Johannes Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (on Deutsche Grammophon).

The 2007 recording of Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem with the Rundfunkchor Berlin and soloists Thomas Quasthoff and Dorothea Röschmann received a Grammy Award in February 2008. A Haydn concert of Symphonies No. 87 – 92, recorded live in the Berlin Philharmonie in February 2007, was released the following August. The live recording of the 2007 New Year’s Eve concert, with Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky/Ravel and Borodin’s Second Symphony and Polovtsian Dances, appeared on the market one week later. In March 2008 the live CD of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 9, recorded in the Philharmonie in October of the previous year, was released. The recording of Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms and Symphony in C, released in June 2008, won a Grammy as “Best Choral Performance” in February 2009. Sir Simon Rattle’s recent releases include Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major and Maurice Ravel’s one-act opera L’Enfant et les sortilèges and Ma Mère l’Oye, recorded live in concert at the Philharmonie in September 2008. The recording of Johannes Brahms’s four symphonies was released in Germany in August 2009, and Peter Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker was released in September 2010. Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 was published in Spring 2011. The recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St Matthew Passion in a ritualisation by Peter Sellars, which was performed in April 2010 in the Philharmonie, was released on DVD and Blu-ray in Spring 2012. Furthermore a CD (EMI) with the live recording of a Philharmoniker concert in February 2012 featuring Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 9 in the performing edition of the fourth movement completed from the manuscripts by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca is available since May 2012.

In 1994 Simon Rattle was knighted by the Queen of England and has since received numerous distinctions. In 1996 the Toepfer Foundation in Hamburg awarded him the Shakespeare Prize; in 1997 he received the Albert Medal from the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of his extraordinary service to music, his activities in music education and his contributions to the musical community, all of which are important aspects of his work in Berlin. Since assuming his post as artistic director of the Philharmonic in September 2002, he has taken the orchestra in new directions with the Education Programme of the Berliner Philharmoniker. He has been honoured many times for his commitment to music education. In May 2005 he was awarded the Schiller Special Prize by the city of Mannheim, and in Spring 2007 he received the Golden Camera and the Urania Medal. In November 2007 Sir Simon Rattle was awarded the German Children’s Prize, and the same month he and the Berliner Philharmoniker were appointed as international UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors in New York, the first time this honour has been conferred on an artistic ensemble. In spring 2009 Sir Simon Rattle received the Spanish Premio Don Juan de Borbón de la Música in Segovia. He was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany by President Horst Köhler in October 2009, twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. In June 2010 Sir Simon Rattle was awarded a knighthood in the French Legion of Honour on behalf of the French President by Bernard de Montferrant, the French ambassador to Germany.



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