Beethoven / London Symphony Orch - Symphonies 1 & 4 (Super-Audio CD)

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827949024863
Department
Music
Released
15 Sep 2017
Artist
Beethoven / London Symphony Orch
Format
Super-Audio CD
Genre
Classical & Opera
Label
Pentatone
Tracks
Symphony No. 1 In C, Op. 21:
  1. Adagio Molto - Adagio Con Brio9:13
  2. Andante Cantabile Con Moto8:11
  3. Menuett (Allegro Molto E Vivace)4:02
  4. Finale (Adagio - Allegro Molto E Vivace)5:47
Symphony No. 4 In B Flat, Op. 60:
  1. Adagio - Allegro Vivace12:03
  2. Adagio9:56
  3. Allegro Vivace6:06
  4. Allegro Ma Non Troppo6:42
Year
2017
Supply Source
USA

Ludwig van Beethoven

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German composer and pianist, born in 1770 (baptized 17 December 1770) in Bonn, Germany and died 26 March 1827 in Vienna, Austria.

Beethoven was the eldest son of a singer in the Kapelle of the Archbishop-Elector of Cologne and grandson of the Archbishop's Kapellmeister. He moved in 1792 to Vienna, where he had some lessons from Haydn and others, quickly establishing himself as a remarkable keyboard-player and original composer. By 1815 increasing deafness made public performance impossible and accentuated existing eccentricities of character, patiently tolerated by a series of rich patrons and his royal pupil the Archduke Rudolph.

Beethoven did much to enlarge the possibilities of music and widen the horizons of later generations of composers. To his contemporaries he was sometimes a controversial figure, making heavy demands on listeners both by the length and by the complexity of his writing, as he explored new fields of music.
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The London Symphony Orchestra

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The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), founded in 1904, is the oldest of London's symphony orchestras.
Members
  • Alan Downey
  • Alastair Blayden
  • Alex Bouchaux
  • Alexander Barantschik
  • Alexander Taylor
  • Alexandra Mackenzie
  • Alexei Sarkissov
  • Alison Balsom
  • Amanda Truelove
  • Amélie Theurillat
  • Andrew Marriner
  • Andrew McGavin
  • Andrew Pollock
  • Andriy Viytovych
  • Angela Barnes
  • Anna-Liisa Bezrodny
  • Anthony Camden
  • Anthony Chidell
  • Arthur Griffiths
  • Ashley Arbuckle
  • Axel Bouchaux
  • Barry Davis
  • Belinda McFarlane
  • Benedict Hoffnung
  • Bill Benham
  • Brian Clarke
  • Brian Evans
  • Bruce Mollison
  • Bryn Lewis
  • Carmine Lauri
  • Caroline O'Neill
  • Catherine Edwards
  • Chi-Yu Mo
  • Christine Pendrill
  • Christopher Nicholls
  • Christopher Thomas
  • Christopher Wellington
  • Claire Parfitt
  • Claire Smith
  • Clare Findlater
  • Clare Hoffman
  • Clarence Atkinson
  • Coli Paris
  • Colin Horton
  • Colin Paris
  • Colin Renwick
  • Cyril Reuben
  • David Alberman
  • David Archer
  • David Ballesteros
  • David Cohen
  • David Goodall
  • David Hume
  • David Jackson
  • David Miles
  • David Pyatt
  • David Theodore
  • David Williams
  • Denis Wick
  • Dennis Gaines
  • Dominic Morgan
  • Dominic Weir
  • Douglas Cummings
  • Douglas Powrie
  • Dudley Bright
  • Duff Burns
  • Edward Vanderspar
  • Edward Walker
  • Elisabeth Trigg
  • Elisabeth Varlow
  • Elizabeth Greaves
  • Elizabeth Pigram
  • Emanuel Abbühl
  • Emma Pritchard
  • Eric Crees
  • Eric Cuthbertson
  • Eugene Field
  • Eugeni Gratch
  • Evgeny Grach
  • Francis Nolan
  • Francis Saunders
  • Frank Mathison
  • Frank Rycroft
  • Gabrielle Painter
  • Gareth Davies
  • Geoffrey Creese
  • Geoffrey Downes
  • George Eskdale
  • Gerald Newson
  • Gerald Ruddock
  • Gervase de Peyer
  • Gillian Findlay
  • Gillian Thoday
  • Gillianne Haddow
  • Gina Zagni
  • Ginette Decuyper
  • Glyn Matthews
  • Gordan Nikolić
  • Gordan Nikolitch
  • Gordon Hunt
  • Gordon MacKay
  • Harriet Rayfield
  • Hazel Mulligan
  • Heather Birks
  • Helena Wood
  • Hilary Jones
  • Howard Snell
  • Hugh Bean
  • Ian Bousfield
  • Ian Hardwick
  • Ian Mackinnon
  • Ian McDonough
  • Ian Rhodes
  • Ian Rowbotham
  • Jack Lees
  • James Brown
  • James Galway
  • James Maynard
  • James Potter
  • James Watson
  • Jani Pensola
  • Janice Graham
  • Jeff Bryant
  • Jennifer Brown
  • Jeremy Cornes
  • Jeremy Wiles
  • Jim Douglas
  • John Alley
  • John Butterworth
  • John Cooper
  • John Duffy
  • John Fletcher
  • John Ford
  • John Forrester
  • John Hill
  • John Lawley
  • John Rooke
  • John Stenhouse
  • John Wallace
  • Jonathan Durrant
  • Jonathan Lipton
  • Jonathan Vaughan
  • Jonathan Welch
  • Joost Bosdijk
  • Jorg Hammann
  • Joyce Nixon
  • Karen Bradley
  • Karen Vaughan
  • Katherine Baker
  • Katherine Saunders
  • Katie Price
  • Keith Glossop
  • Kenneth Law
  • Kieron Moore
  • Kurt-Hans Goedicke
  • Laurence Rogers
  • Laurent Quenelle
  • Lennox Mackenzie
  • Lindsay Shilling
  • Lionel Bentley
  • Liz Parker
  • Louise Shackelton
  • Lowry Sanders
  • Lucia Lin
  • Malcolm Hall
  • Malcolm Johnston
  • Malcolm Smith
  • Martin Jackson
  • Martin Knowles
  • Martin Owen
  • Martin Parry
  • Martin Perry
  • Mary Bergin
  • Matthew Gardner
  • Matthew Gibson
  • Maurice Murphy
  • Maxine Kwok
  • Maxine Moore
  • Michael Angress
  • Michael Davis
  • Michael Francis
  • Michael Frye
  • Michael Hirst
  • Michael Humphrey
  • Michael Mitchell
  • Michael Spencer
  • Min Yang
  • Minat Lyons
  • Miya Ichinose
  • Moray Welsh
  • Nancy Johnson
  • Neil Percy
  • Neil Watson
  • Neill Sanders
  • Nele Delafonteyne
  • Niall Keatley
  • Nicholas Gethin
  • Nicholas Hunka
  • Nicholas Maxted-Jones
  • Nicholas Worters
  • Nicholas Wright
  • Nick Cooper
  • Nicole Wilson
  • Nigel Broadbent
  • Nigel Gomm
  • Nigel Thomas
  • Noel Bradshaw
  • Norman Archibald
  • Norman Clarke
  • Owen Slade
  • Patrick Harrild
  • Patrick Hooley
  • Patrick Laurence
  • Paul Davies
  • Paul Edmund Davies
  • Paul Laurence
  • Paul Marrion
  • Paul Mayes
  • Paul Milner
  • Paul Robson
  • Paul Silverthorne
  • Peter Manning
  • Peter Norriss
  • Phil Cobb
  • Philip Nolte
  • Pierre Bensaid
  • Rachel Gough
  • Rachel Ingleton
  • Ray Adams
  • Ray Brown
  • Ray Northcott
  • Ray Parmigiani
  • Raymond Cohen
  • Rebecca Gilliver
  • Rebecca Hirsch
  • Rebecca Kozam
  • Rebecca Scott
  • Regina Beukes
  • Renata Scheffel-Stein
  • Richard Bissill
  • Richard Blayden
  • Richard Clews
  • Richard Holttum
  • Richard Taylor
  • Rinat Ibragimov
  • Robert Boughton
  • Robert Bourton
  • Robert Hughes
  • Robert Noble
  • Robert Retallick
  • Robert Turner
  • Robin Brightman
  • Rod Franks
  • Rod McGrath
  • Roger Brenner
  • Roger Groves
  • Roger Linley
  • Roger Lord
  • Ronald Moore
  • Roy Carter
  • Roy Jowitt
  • Russell Jordan
  • Ruth Rogers
  • Ruth Ross
  • Sam Walton
  • Samuel Artis
  • Sarah Quinn
  • Sharon Williams
  • Simon Carrington
  • Simon Hetherington
  • Simon Streatfeild
  • Stanley Castle
  • Stephen Rowlinson
  • Stephen Saunders
  • Stephen Trier
  • Stephen Wick
  • Steve Henderson
  • Steve Mair
  • Sue Kinnersley
  • Sydney Colter
  • Sylvain Vasseur
  • Takane Funatsu
  • Terence Johns
  • Terence Morton
  • Thelma Owen
  • Thomas Matthews
  • Thomas Swift
  • Tim Hugh
  • Timothy Jones
  • Timothy Lines
  • Tom Goodman
  • Tom Norris
  • Tom Watson
  • Tristan Fry
  • Ursula Gough
  • Valery Gergiev
  • Warwick Hill
  • William Haskins
  • William Lang
  • William Waterhouse
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Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

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The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1936 by Bronislaw Huberman. The inaugural concert took place on 26 December 1936 and was conducted by Arturo Toscanini. The orchestra tours the world annually as well as playing concerts throughout Israel. In 1977 Zubin Mehta became Music Director of the IPO.

Notes for Discogs submitters: This artist should be used for the full orchestra only. For parts of the orchestra we also have:

Members
  • Emanuel Gruber
  • Eva Gruesser
  • Felix Galimir
  • Giora Feidman
  • Glenn Fischthal
  • Merrill Greenberg
  • Nitzan Kanety
  • Peter Simenauer
  • Robert Moses
  • Talia Mense Kling
  • Vladislav Krasnov
  • Zohar Schondorf
  • דרורית פלק
  • טלי שטיינר
  • מיכאל הרן
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Rafael Kubelik

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Rafael Jeroným Kubelík
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Czech conductor. Born June 29, 1914 in Býchory near Kolín (Bohemia, former Austro-Hungarian Empire, now Czech Republic), died August 11, 1996 in Kastanienbaum LU, Switzerland. Emigrated in 1948, lived mainly in Switzerland and in the U.S.
Son of Jan Kubelík.
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