Robert Shaw, Beethoven, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus - Symphony No. 9 mp3 album
As part of the celebration of Robert Shaw’s centenary, the Atlanta Symphony is issuing for public sale this live recording of the Beethoven Symphony No. 9, recorded in a single concert with Mr. Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus just prior to their triumphant 1988 tour to Europe. This recording sets to rights a major gap in the recorded legacy of Robert Shaw. As a young man, Robert Shaw prepared the chorus for the legendary 1952 Arturo Toscanini NBC Symphony recording. Shaw performed it countless times in his own career
Orchestra: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Robert Shaw. Composer: Ludwig Van Beethoven. This album is no longer in print because the recording company that first released it back in 1985 seems to have gone out of business, and so far, no other recording company, not even Telarc, which records most of the Atlanta Symphony releases, has picked up the slack. That is a shocking reflection on recording companies, IMHO
ArtsATL:Atlanta Symphony announces 2018–19 season, new album of commissioned works. Download Season Brochure. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Begun many years ago by the beloved Music Director Robert Shaw, this concert has become a staple for Atlanta families during the holiday season. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Holiday Concert in Madison, GA. More Info & Tickets. Messiah with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus. BERNSTEIN: Chichester Psalms. BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9. Jessica Rivera, Soprano. Stephanie Lauricella, Mezzo-soprano.
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To celebrate the anniversary of Beethoven’sSymphony No. 9 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Riccardo Muti. The symphony is in four movements. With the starting times in the video
|Symphony No. 9 In D Minor Op. 125 'Choral'|
|1||Allegro, Ma Non Troppo, Un Poco Maestoso||15:50|
|3||Adagio Molto E Cantabile - Andante Moderato||15:54|
|4||Presto - Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Vivace - Adagio Cantabile - Allegro - Allegro Moderato - Allegro||2:45|
|8||Allegro Assai Vivace, Alla Marcia||4:27|
|10||Adagio Ma Non Troppo, Ma Divoto||1:44|
|11||Allegro Energico, Sempre Ben Marcato||2:19|
|12||Allegro Ma Non Tanto||2:24|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intersound Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Intersound Inc.
- Recorded At – Atlanta Symphony Hall
- Bass-Baritone Vocals – John Cheek
- Chorus – Atlanta Symphony Chorus
- Composed By – Beethoven*
- Conductor – Robert Shaw
- Contralto Vocals – Florence Kopleff
- Engineer – Thomas Lazarus*
- Liner Notes – Konrad Wolff*
- Orchestra – Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
- Producer – Thomas Frost
- Soprano Vocals – Benita Valente
- Tenor Vocals – Jerry Hadley
NotesManufactured in Japan and printed in U.S.A. for Intersound, Inc., 14025 23rd Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55441
Issued with a fold-out insert page of liner notes
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: IS CDD245 3 M