Mendelssohn - London Symphony Orchestra, Peter Maag - Mendelssohn In Scotland (Symphony No.3 - "Scotch" / Fingal's Cave) FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Mendelssohn In Scotland (Symphony No.3 - "Scotch" / Fingal's Cave)
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The Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 56, known as the Scottish, is a symphony by Felix Mendelssohn, composed between 1829 and 1842. Mendelssohn was initially inspired to compose this symphony during his first visit to Britain in 1829. After a series of successful performances in London, Mendelssohn embarked on a walking tour of Scotland with his friend Karl Klingemann
The composition of Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony or Symphony No 3 was based on his experiences in Scotland but not completed until 13 yrs after his journey. He returned to the work on occasions throughout the 1830s but found it difficult to recreate his Scotch mood and it was only in 1842 that the work received its first performance in Leipzig, being repeated in London in the same year to an audience that included the young Queen Victoria, to whom the symphony is dedicated
Exclusive discount for Prime members. 3. 30. Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 56, MWV N 18 - "Scottish" - 2. Vivace non troppo. by London Symphony Orchestra and Antal Doráti. Vivace non troppo by London Symphony Orchestra and Antal Doráti. 4. 56, MWV N 18 - "Scottish" - 3. Adagio.
Mendelssohn premiered his Symphony No. 4 "Italian" in 1833 after a trip to Italy, but he never published it in his lifetime. The first movement Allegro is probably the best-recognized of all the music Mendelssohn wrote for his symphonies, filled with sunny good cheer and zest. For the second-movement Andante, music scholars think the many religious processions Mendelssohn saw in Rome may have inspired him. Then, the composer gives us a delicate minuet, followed by a conclusion of whirlwind proportions and a glitter reminiscent of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Symphony No. 56-"Scotch" 1 I. Andante Con Moto – Allegro Un Poco Agitato 12:42 2 II. Vivace Non Troppo 4:15 3 III. Adagio 10:12 4 IV. Allegro Vivacissimo – Allegro Maestoso Assai 9:24 Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Op. 90-"Italian" 5 I. Allegro Vivace 10:26 6 II. Andante Con Moto 6:57 7 III.
Mendelssohn: "Scotch" Symphony. Mendelssohn: "Scotch" Symphony.
By London Symphony Orchestra. 1. 56, Scotch: I. Andante con moto - Antal Doráti. 2. 56, Scotch: II. Vivace non troppo - Antal Doráti. 56, Scotch: III. Adagio - Antal Doráti. 56, Scotch: IV. Allegro vivacissimo - Allegro maestoso assai - Antal Doráti.
Symphony N. in A minor, - "Scotch" (O. 6) Jean-François Lucarelli. ndante con moto - Allegro un poco agitato.
|A1||Overture "The Hebrides" (Fingal's Cave) Op. 26|
|Symphony No. 3 In A Minor, "The Scotch" Op. 56|
|A2||Introduction And Allegro Agitato|
|B.a||Scherzo Assai Vivace|
|B.c||Allegro Guerriero And Finale Maestoso|
- Recorded At – Kingsway Hall
- Mastered At – Decca Studios
- Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.
- Printed By – MacNeill Press Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Composed By, Artwork [Sketch Of Part Of The Pass On Front Sleeve] – Mendelssohn*
- Conductor – Peter Maag
- Engineer [Uncredited] – Kenneth Wilkinson
- Mastered By – A
- Orchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*
- Producer [Uncredited] – Ray Minshull
NotesOriginally released in 1960, tax codes printed on labels indicate this is a repress from between 1963 and 1968 housed in an earlier printed sleeve (printing company's date code of "6.61" on back of the sleeve).
- Gold/silver 'grooved' labels
- "MADE IN ENGLAND" at top
- ffrr 'ear' logo at 2 o clock
- "RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1960"
- Decca 'Musical Notes' logo on both sides
- M/T tax code on side A label, K/T tax code on side B label
- Front laminated
- No flipbacks
- Boxed Decca logos on front and back
- Large "MONO" on front
- Thin spine with no text on it
- "© The Decca Record Co. Ltd., London, 1960."
- "Cover picture: The Pass of Killiecrankie,
(photo by arrangement with British Holidays
and Travel Association).
Inset: Mendelssohn's own sketch of part of the Pass."
- "Made in England"
- "Laminated with 'Clarifoil' made by British Celanese Limited"
- Unsigned sleeve notes in English on back
- LXT 5601 on sleeve
- LXT.5601 on labels
- Recorded 21 - 22 April 1960 in Kingsway Hall, London
- Corresponding stereo issue has Category SXL 2246
- Sub tracks are not banded on vinyl
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1, stamped): ARL-4812-2A H 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2, stamped): ARL-4811-2A H 1
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label, side 1 (Inverted)): ARL.4811
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label, side 2 (Inverted)): ARL.4812
- Other (Printing company's code on back of sleeve): McN6.61®
- Other (Tax code on label, side 1): M/T
- Other (Tax code on label, side 2): K/T
|SXL 2246||Mendelssohn* - London Symphony Orchestra*, Peter Maag||Mendelssohn* - London Symphony Orchestra*, Peter Maag - Mendelssohn In Scotland - Symphony No. 3 'Scotch', Fingal's Cave (LP)||Decca||SXL 2246||UK||1960|
|CM 9252||Mendelssohn*, London Symphony*, Peter Maag||Mendelssohn*, London Symphony*, Peter Maag - "Scotch" Symphony / The Hebrides Overture (LP, Mono)||London Records||CM 9252||US||Unknown|
|SPA 503||Felix Mendelssohn* - LSO* / Peter Maag||Felix Mendelssohn* - LSO* / Peter Maag - Symphony No.3, "Scottish" / "Fingals Cave" - Overture (LP)||Decca||SPA 503||UK||1977|
|ADD 145||Mendelssohn*||Symphony No. 3 'The Scotch' / Overture 'Fingal's Cave (LP, Mono)||Ace Of Diamonds||ADD 145||UK||1966|
|SXL 2246||Mendelssohn* - London Symphony Orchestra*, Peter Maag||Mendelssohn* - London Symphony Orchestra*, Peter Maag - Mendelssohn In Scotland - Symphony No. 3 'Scotch', Fingal's Cave (LP, Album, RE)||Decca, Speakers Corner Records||SXL 2246||Germany||2003|