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Franz Konwitschny, Horst Stein, Mathieu Lange - Grosse Opern FLAC album


Performer: Franz Konwitschny
Genre: Classical music
Title: Grosse Opern
Style: Opera
FLAC version ZIP size: 1230 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1732 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1935 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Franz von Konwitschny Orchestra – Staatskapelle BerlinTenor Vocals – Gerd Unger (2). Lebe Wohl, Mein Flandrisch Mädchen. Composed By – Albert LortzingConductor – Horst SteinOrchestra – ester Leipzig Tenor Vocals – Walter Geisler.

The Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester (Frankfurt Opera House and Museum's Orchestra) is the resident orchestra of the Oper Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany. Its somewhat peculiar name is derived from the series of "Museum Concerts", organized by the Frankfurter Museumsgesellschaft since 1808. The orchestra is ranked as an "A-list" ensemble under the German TVK regulations. Its music director and principal conductor is Sebastian Weigle.

1906-05-01)1 May 1906 Halle an der Saale, Kingdom of Prussia. 5 May 1983(1983-05-05) (aged 77) Frankfurt am Main, West Germany.

Since Sebastian Weigle became General Music Director of the Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester they were voted tops three years running by critics from "Opernwelt" magazine: 2008/09, 2009/10 and - when they were named "Orchestra of the Year" - 2010/11. Oper Frankfurt's orchestra came into being towards the end of the 18th century  . Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann performed as soloists with the Frankfurter Opern- and Museumsorchester.

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Horst Janssen (14 November 1929 – 31 August 1995) was a German draftsman, printmaker, poster artist and illustrator. He had a prolific output of drawings, etchings, woodcuts, lithographs and wood engravings. Janssen was a student of Alfred Mahlau at the Landeskunstschule Hamburg. He first published in the newsweekly Die Zeit in 1947.

Konwitschny brings listeners a refreshing interpretation of these prolific works with his sensitivity to dynamics and inner harmonies. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Jube Classic Studio Masters. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source. For Your Consideration More ▸. Sub Ursae Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett; Marc Lewon; Cracow Singers. Resonanser: Swedish Choral Music – New Perspectives Allmänna Sången; Anders Widmark.

Now, this is a great Bruckner performance. Almost forgotten a generation after his death Franz Konwitschny, director of both the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig and the Berlin State Opera from 1949 until his death in 1962, was much the finest and by far the most successful East German conductor of his time. Konwitschny didn't seek to match the glamour of Herbert von Karajan, his West German opposite number; he was interested in something else entirely.

Franz Konwitschny was born to a family consisting of several members who were professional musicians. He studied at Brno's German Musical Society and later at Leipzig Conservatory. While still a student, he was exposed to great conducting as a member of the viola section of the famous Gewandhausorc. .

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A1 Staatskapelle Berlin Ouvertüre
Composed By [Uncredited] – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Meinhard von ZallingerOrchestra – Staatskapelle Berlin
4:35
A2 Gerd Unger * Der Oden Der Liebe
Composed By [Uncredited] – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Franz von Konwitschny*Orchestra – Staatskapelle BerlinTenor Vocals – Gerd Unger *
4:28
A3 Walter Geisler Lebe Wohl, Mein Flandrisch Mädchen
Composed By [Uncredited] – Albert LortzingConductor – Horst SteinOrchestra – Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Leipzig*Tenor Vocals – Walter Geisler
5:00
A4 Walter Geisler Ach, So Fromm
Composed By [Uncredited] – Friedrich von FlotowConductor – Horst SteinOrchestra – Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Leipzig*Tenor Vocals – Walter Geisler
2:45
A5 Rundfunk-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin* Jägerchor
Composed By [Uncredited] – Carl Maria Von WeberConductor – Mathieu Lange*Orchestra – Rundfunk-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin*
2:45
B1 Clara Ebers Es Glänzte Schon Das Sternenheer
Composed By [Uncredited] – Giuseppe VerdiConductor – Franz von Konwitschny*Orchestra – Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig*Soprano Vocals – Clara Ebers
4:20
B2 Walter Geisler Hier An Dem Herzen Treu Geborgen
Composed By [Uncredited] – Georges BizetConductor – Horst SteinOrchestra – Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Leipzig*Tenor Vocals – Walter Geisler
3:42
B3 Ruth Keplinger Ich Sprach, Daß Ich Furchtlos Mich Fühle
Composed By [Uncredited] – Georges BizetConductor – Franz von Konwitschny*Orchestra – Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig*Soprano Vocals – Ruth Keplinger
5:20
B4 Walter Geisler Willst Jenes Tages
Composed By [Uncredited] – Richard WagnerConductor – Horst SteinOrchestra – Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Leipzig*Tenor Vocals – Walter Geisler
3:05
B5 Chor Der Komischen Oper Berlin* Steuermann, Laß Die Wacht
Choir – Chor Der Komischen Oper Berlin*Composed By [Uncredited] – Richard WagnerConductor – Mathieu Lange*Orchestra – Rundfunk-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin*
3:20